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Linguistic anthropologist

Charles Henry Bradley, American linguistic anthropologist. National foreign language fellow United States Department Education, 1962. Trustee International Museum Cultures, Inc., Dallas, since 1986. Fellow An. Anthropol. Association, Society Applied Anthropology; member Linguistic Society of America, American Ethnological Society, Society Cultural Anthropology, Society Linguistic Anthropology.

Background

Bradley, Charles Henry was born on December 26, 1930 in Baltimore. Son of George Downer and Lydia Hallam (Read) Bradley.

Education

Bachelor, Wheaton College, 1953. Master of Arts, Wheaton College, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, 1965.

Career

From field researcher to consultant, Summer Institute Linguistics, Mexico, 1956-1980;from. international anthropology coordinator to field researcher cons, Summer Institute Linguistics, Dallas, since 1956;professor anthropology, Judson College, Elgin, Illinois, 1980-1986;from. international anthropology coordinator to field researcher cons, Summer Institute Linguistics, Dallas, since 1980. Visiting professor linguistics Gordon College, Wenham, Massachusetts, 1973-1974. Adjunct Professor linguistics U. Oklahoma, Norman, 1978-1983, 87.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: A Linguistic Sketch of Jicaltepec Mixtec, 1970. Co-editor: Studies in the Mixtecan Languages, 1988, 90, 91, 92.

Membership

Trustee International Museum Cultures, Inc., Dallas, since 1986. Fellow An. Anthropol. Association, Society Applied Anthropology.

Member Linguistic Society of America, American Ethnological Society, Society Cultural Anthropology, Society Linguistic Anthropology.

Connections

Married Barbara Leah Brown, August 29, 1952. Children: Charles, David, Mark, Eric, Scott.

father:
George Downer Bradley

mother:
Lydia Hallam (Read) Bradley

spouse:
Barbara Leah Brown

children:
Charles Bradley

David Bradley

Mark Bradley

Eric Bradley

Scott Bradley