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Amy D. Clark

Founding Co-Director

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

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Background Information

Employment History

Rater - GRE Program

ETS Global B.V.


Project Manager

The Arrowhead Story


Assistant Professor, Writing Studies

University of Minnesota


Founding Director

Appalachian Writing Project


Contributor

WJHL


Columnist

Bristol Herald Courier


Instructor of English and Oral Communication

UVa-Wise


Web References(44 Total References)


Past Award Recipients - Appalachian Studies Association

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Amy Clark, on behalf of the Appalachian Writing Project
Amy D. Clark, Professor of English, UVA-Wise


Awards by Year - Appalachian Studies Association

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Amy D. Clark, Professor of English, UVA-Wise
Amy Clark, on behalf of the Appalachian Writing Project


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 ›


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.


Amy Clark: Language, Identity, and Learning in Talking Appalachian - National Writing Project

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Amy Clark: Language, Identity, and Learning in Talking Appalachian
Summary: 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. Amy Clark, co-editor of Talking Appalachian: The act of transcribing [my grandmother's] words and the syntax of her sentences showed me the poetry of her voice, her dialect. Right-click (PC) or Control-click (Mac) to download "Amy Clark: Language, Identity, and Learning in Talking Appalachian."


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