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Catherine Evans Davies

Catherine Evans Davies is Associate Professor of Linguistics in the Department of English at the University of Alabama. At the time of the symposium from which the current volume is drawn, she was director of the graduate programs in applied linguistics. Her work on cross-cultural interaction has appeared in World Englishes, English for Specific Purposes, Text, Multilingua, the Journal of Pragmatics, and elsewhere.She served as president of the Southeastern Conference on Linguistics in 2003-2004. Co-organizer of the NSF-funded decennial symposium on “Language Variety in the South” in 2004, she is currently co-editing the resulting volume under an NEH grant.

Works

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Sab

Manchester University Press
This story of a slave's unrequited love for the woman who possessed him is set in 19th-century colonial Cuba. It is the only known feminist and abolitionist...
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A Place in the Sun?
Women Writers in Twentieth-Century Cuba

Zed Books
In this book, the author develops a sophisticated and theoretically informed feminist reading of works by authors such as Dulce María Loynaz and the...
Catherine Evans Davies

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