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language educator

Margaret Helen Freeman, British language educator. Fellow National Endowment of the Humanities, Princeton University, 1989; grantee, 1995. Moderator Cognitive Approaches to Literature Discussion Group; Member of Modern Language Association, International Cognitive Linguistics Association, Poetics and Linguistics Association, Emily Dickinson International Society (president 1988-1992).

Background

Freeman, Margaret Helen was born on January 1, 1940 in Leicester, England. Arrived in the United States, 1962.

Education

Bachelor in English and Philosophy with honors, University Manchester, England, 1962. Master of Arts in English, University Massachusetts, Amherst, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in English, University Massachusetts, Amherst, 1972.

Career

Associate professor State University of New York, Old Westbury, 1975—1987. Associate professor department English University Southern California, Los Angeles, 1987—1989. Professor English Los Angeles Valley College, Valley Glen, 1989—2002, emeritus professor, since 2002.

Co-director Myrifield Institute for Cognition and the Arts.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Member advisory board: Applied Cognitive Linguistics series, since 2005. Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Moderator Cognitive Approaches to Literature Discussion Group. Member of Modern Language Association, International Cognitive Linguistics Association, Poetics and Linguistics Association, Emily Dickinson International Society (president 1988-1992).

Connections

Married Donald C. Freeman, December 19, 1970.

spouse:
Donald C. Freeman