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English and women's studies educator

Shelley Jean Crisp, American English and women's studies educator. Named Faculty Woman of Year, University North Carolina, Charlotte, l988.

Background

Crisp, Shelley Jean was born on November 8, 1951 in Asheboro, North Carolina, United States. Daughter of William Thomas and Helen Elizabeth (Eyster) Crisp.

Education

Bachelor, University North Carolina, 1972. Master of Arts, North Carolina State University, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, University Massachusetts, 1987.

Career

Teaching associate English department, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, l976-80;teaching associate English Department, University Massachusetts, Amherst, l980-8l;lecturer English Department, University North Carolina, Charlotte, l982-87;coordinator women's studies, U. North Carolina, Charlotte, l987-89;visiting assistant Professor of English, U. North Carolina, Charlotte, l989-.

Membership

Member National Women's Studies Association (regional program chairman l987-88), Southeast Women's Studies Association (editor News, Charlotte, l982-83, program chairman l989—), South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Southeast l9th Century Association, Carolinas British Symposium, Philological Association Carolinas, American Association of University Women (campus representative l988-89).

Connections

Married Myles Erwin Standish, June 6, l98l. Children: Edward Reid, Alice Starr.

father:
William Thomas Crisp

mother:
Helen Elizabeth (Eyster) Crisp

spouse:
Myles Erwin Standish

child:
Edward Reid Crisp

child:
Alice Starr Crisp