|By Admin1 (admin) on Monday, December 03, 2001 - 6:18 pm: Edit Post|
David Dwyer is a professor of Anthropology, Linguistics, and African Studies at Michigan State University
David Dwyer is a professor of Anthropology, Linguistics, and African Studies at Michigan State University. He also has an appointment as Adjunct Fellow at the National Foreign Language Center of Johns Hopkins University (D.C. Campus). His curriculum vitae states that Dwyer:
serves on the executive board of the African Language Teachers Association (ALTA) and is its coordinator of Language Learning Framework Task Forces in Hausa, Swahili, Yoruba, Southern African Languages and West African Languages; and coordinator of the 2nd Annual ALTA Conference. is a professor of Anthropology, teaching ANP 420 Language and Culture, ANP 820: Language and Cultural Meaning: and ISS 330a: Social Science Perspectives on Africa; coordinates the African Language Program in linguistics, which offers study in African languages through the classroom and supervised tutorial modes; is working on two projects at the Center for Language Learning and Research (CLEAR); is working on several unpublished papers for which he would like comments.
In real life, Dwyer: shares a life with Anabel with whom he has been married for 31 years; is a member of the Peace Education Center where he works on the Peace and Justice Studies Task Force.
|By William John Kane on Tuesday, February 11, 2003 - 12:27 pm: Edit Post|
Greetings to Anabel and Dave from Bill Kane (Cameroun I) who attended your wedding in Reading,PA.
Very pleased to discover this entry, stirring warm and pleasant memories. Would truly enjoy seeing you both. (NJLAP@aol.com)