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I split my time between the English Department in Tyler Hall and the School of Education. To find out where I am at any given time, it is best to email me at acharityhudley@wm.edu.

Dr. Anne Harper Charity Hudley
Department of English
Program in Linguistics
School of Education
 
Mailing Address:
Tucker Hall
350 James Blair Drive
P.O. Box 8795
The College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, Virginia 23187-8795 USA
 
School of Education Physical Address:
301 Monticello Avenue, Williamsburg, VA, 23185
 
email: acharityhudley@wm.edu
 
English Office/Linguistics Lab: Blow Hall #236
Education Office: SOE 3050
English Office Telephone: (757) 221-3930
Linguistics Lab Telephone: (757) 221-3009
Education Office Phone: (757) 221-6086
English Fax: (757) 221-1844

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Lee Shaffer permalink
    August 31, 2011 9:59 pm

    Greetings! Sharon Klein suggested I research your efforts. Her recommendation came as a response to my emailing her about a conference scheduled forGreetings, All!
    Here’s what I sent to the linguists in my linguists group: In the local newspaper (Island Packet, Beaufort Gazette) there is an article about The National African American Male Conference scheduled for President’s Day weekend, Feb.19-20, 2012, in Columbia, SC. Registration $75 for adults (incl. lunch), 803.333.9621. Deadline Jan.5.
    PLEASE tell me that linguists have stepped forward to participate in this discussion! If not, please do so.
    Most, if not all, of you have heard from me before. The more I work with students in ways informed by applied linguistics, the more convinced I am that it holds the key to solutions for many societal problems.
    When I was in Columbia recently, I heard a linguist report of his work in a foreign country which involved assessing the linguistic integrity of standardized tests used in that country. When I asked if that had been done in this country, everyone just laughed. As an “outsider” I did not know how to interpret that response.
    The USC School of Education has a new dean, I think. At the very least I hope there will be dialogue between the linguistics program and teacher preparation.
    Thank you very much for your attention to this email. Please let me know if you of any linguists’ involvement in the Feb. conference.

    Sincerely yours,
    Lee Shaffer
    108 Capers Street
    Feb. in Columbia, SC

  2. September 1, 2011 10:40 am

    Dear Lee,

    Thanks so much for your email. I hadn’t heard of the conference in South Carolina, but I participated in a conference on African-American male achievement sponsored by the state of Virginia. I’ll spread the word about the South Carolina conference. We have information in chapter five of our book about linguistic test bias and we are working with teacher educators around the country but there’s so much more work to be done, so please spread the word about our research and efforts. USC offered me a position several years ago, so I know that they support my efforts. I’ll contact the new SOE dean to introduce myself and please keep us informed as you learn more about the conference. I read the Island Packet article (I’m on Hilton Head most every summer) but I can’t find a website for the conference yet.

    Anne

  3. November 29, 2011 9:18 pm

    Greetings! Sharon Klein suggested I research your efforts. Her recommendation came as a response to my emailing her about a conference scheduled forGreetings, All!
    Here’s what I sent to the linguists in my linguists group: In the local newspaper (Island Packet, Beaufort Gazette) there is an article about The National African American Male Conference scheduled for President’s Day weekend, Feb.19-20, 2012, in Columbia, SC. Registration $75 for adults (incl. lunch), 803.333.9621. Deadline Jan.5.
    PLEASE tell me that linguists have stepped forward to participate in this discussion! If not, please do so.
    Most, if not all, of you have heard from me before. The more I work with students in ways informed by applied linguistics, the more convinced I am that it holds the key to solutions for many societal problems.
    When I was in Columbia recently, I heard a linguist report of his work in a foreign country which involved assessing the linguistic integrity of standardized tests used in that country. When I asked if that had been done in this country, everyone just laughed. As an “outsider” I did not know how to interpret that response.
    The USC School of Education has a new dean, I think. At the very least I hope there will be dialogue between the linguistics program and teacher preparation.
    Thank you very much for your attention to this email. Please let me know if you of any linguists’ involvement in the Feb. conference.

    +1

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