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Name: Martha  J.  Hardman
Institution: University of Florida
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State and/or Country: USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
Specialty: Language and Culture (Gender/Violence)
Selected Publications: 2003 'Lenguaje y Violencia', in iCuestiones de Lingüística Amerindia Actas del Congreso Nacional de Investigaciones Lingüístico-Filológicas, Gustavo Solís Fonseca, Ed. Universidad de San Marcos, Quality del Perú S.A.C., Lima, Perú, pp 37-50.

2000 Hearing Many Voices M.J. Hardman (Editor), Anita Taylor (Editor) Creskill, New Jersey: The Hampton Press Communication Series (Feminist
Studies) ISBN 1 57273 237 7

1999 “Why we should say “women and men” until it doesn’t matter any more” Women and Language 22:1 Spring 1999; Guest Editorial, pp 1-2

1999 “Linguistics and Science Fiction: A Language and Gender Short Bibliography” in Women and Language 22:1 Spring 1999 pp 47-48

1999 “Why we should say ‘women and men’ until it doesn’t matter any more” Free Mind November/December as Guest Editorial p. 3

1998 “Metaphorical Alternatives to Violence” pp 43- 45 W&L Vol 21:2

1998 “Metaphorical Alternatives to Violence” — report from a workshop pp 43- 45 W&L Vol 21:2

1996 “Was Jaqi-Frauen uns voraushaben: Gleichheit in grammatischer und konversationeller Strucktur” Frauengespräche: Sprache der Verständigung, ed.
Senta Trömel-Plötz. Frankfurt am Main: Fischer Taschenbuck Verlag. pp 304-323.

1996 “THE SEXIST CIRCUITS OF ENGLISH” The Humanist March/April 1996 pp 25-32

1994 'Observations for Language and Gender Courses using Joanna Russ' Women and Language 17:2

1994 “‘And if We Lose Our Name, then What About Our Land?’ or, What Price Development?” in Differences That Make a Difference, Examining the
Assumptions in Gender Research, eds. Lynn H. Turner and Helen M. Stark. Westport & London: Bergin & Garvey. pp 151-162
Announced on LINGUIST :  Aymara
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Aymara
Courses Taught: Field Methods, Morphology, Sounds of Human Language, Language and Culture,
Language and Gender, Language and Violence, Linguistics and Science Fiction
Dissertation Director * of: Aspect in Yoruba and Nigerian English
(Timothy Ajani, Author)

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.

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