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Amy D. Clark

Director of the Appalachian Writing Project and Co-Editor

Talking Appalachian

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Background Information

Employment History

Rater - GRE Program

ETS Global B.V


Founding Co-Director

Center for Appalachian Studies at University of Virignia's College at Wise


Project Manager

The Arrowhead Story


Assistant Professor, Writing Studies

University of Minnesota


Founding Director

Appalachian Writing Project


Associate Professor of English

UVa-Wise


Web References(41 Total References)


NWP Radio Archive - National Writing Project

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Amy Clark: Language, Identity, and Learning in Talking Appalachian
This interview with Amy Clark, director of the Appalachian Writing Project and co-editor of Talking Appalachian: Voice Identity and Community, is a conversation about language, identity, and learning.


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Amy Clark
Our Tuesday luncheon speaker is Dr. Amy Clark. Amy Clark is the author and co-editor of Talking Appalachian: Voice, Identity, and Community (University Press of KY, 2013, with Nancy Hayward), and Success in Hill Country (The Napoleon Hill Foundation, 2012). In 2012, Clark won the Jean Ritchie Fellowship in Appalachian Writing from Lincoln Memorial University. Clark is the founding Director of the Appalachian Writing Project, a non-profit organization designed to promote reform in how writing is taught from Kindergarten to college to community. She is an Associate Professor of English (rhetoric and writing) at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise, where she teaches courses in Appalachian studies, communication studies (rhetorical theory, speech and sociolinguistics) and writing. She holds a doctorate in English (rhetoric, applied linguistics and writing) from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a master’s in English literature from Virginia Tech. During her career at UVa.-Wise, she has been honored with both the Harrison Award for Outstanding Teaching and the Harrison Award for Outstanding Research and Publication.


Conference Information.2013 - NCCEI.org

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Amy Clark
Our Tuesday luncheon speaker is Dr. Amy Clark. Amy Clark is the author and co-editor of Talking Appalachian: Voice, Identity, and Community (University Press of KY, 2013, with Nancy Hayward), and Success in Hill Country (The Napoleon Hill Foundation, 2012). In 2012, Clark won the Jean Ritchie Fellowship in Appalachian Writing from Lincoln Memorial University. Clark is the founding Director of the Appalachian Writing Project, a non-profit organization designed to promote reform in how writing is taught from Kindergarten to college to community. She is an Associate Professor of English (rhetoric and writing) at The University of Virginia’s College at Wise, where she teaches courses in Appalachian studies, communication studies (rhetorical theory, speech and sociolinguistics) and writing. She holds a doctorate in English (rhetoric, applied linguistics and writing) from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a master’s in English literature from Virginia Tech. During her career at UVa.-Wise, she has been honored with both the Harrison Award for Outstanding Teaching and the Harrison Award for Outstanding Research and Publication.


Being a Writer - Resource Topics - National Writing Project

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Amy Clark
Born into a family that thrived on literacy, Amy Clark, director of the Appalachian Writing Project, recounts the challenges of assuming the role of writing mentor to a person she could not have imagined-her mother. More ›


Heritage Nook Books

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Amy Clark, a native of Lee County, teaches at UVA-Wise and is founding Co-Director of the Department of Appalachian Studies.


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