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University educator

Annette Joy Van Dyke, American University educator. Certified teacher, Washington. Grantee Denison U., 1991-1992, University of Illinois Springfield, 1995.

Background

Dyke, Annette Joy Van was born on November 9, 1943 in Sacramento. Daughter of Wallace Ford and Joy Maurine (Allen) Van Dyke.

Education

Bachelor in English, Whitworth College, 1970; Master of Arts in English, Eastern Washington U., 1972; Doctor of Philosophy in American Studies, University of Minnesota, 1987.

Career

Teacher English, Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) High School, 1972-1975; teacher English, The New School, Spokane, Washington, 1975-1976; instructor adult basic education, Spokane Community College, 1976-1978; instructor English, Bemidji (Minnesota) State University, 1978-1981; graduate associate, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1981-1987; instructor English, Normandale Community College, Bloomington, Minnesota, 1987-1988; associate director Center for Women's Studies, U. Cincinnati, 1988-1990; director women's studies, Denison U., Granville, Ohio., 1990-1993; assistant professor interdisciplinary studies/women's studies, University of Illinois, Springfield, since 1993. Speaker National Organization for Women, Cincinnati, 1990, Native American Tchg. Workshop, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio, 1991, literature meeting Young Women’s Christian Association, Columbus, 1991, Crazy Ladies Bookstore, Inc., 1991, Native American Experience Conference Ohio Wesleyan, Delaware, 1992, University of Minnesota American Studies 50-Year Celebration, 1994, others.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Washington.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, American Studies Association, National Women's Studies Association (national board directors 1990-1993, 95-, editor caucus newsletter 1989-1992), Midwest Modern Language Association (chair Native American literature 1985-1986), North Control Women's Studies Association, Western Literature Association, Multi-Ethnic Literature Association, Great Lakes Association Women's Studies Committee F C.

Connections

Children: Lisa Hargrave Smith, Amy Hargrave.

father:
Wallace Ford Dyke

mother:
Joy Maurine (Allen) Van Dyke

children:
Lisa Hargrave Smith Dyke

Amy Hargrave Dyke