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English language educator

Urszula Clark, British English language educator. Recipient British Small Grants Scheme award, British Academy, 1999, Millennium Bursary award, Black Country Society, 2002. Member of Council of Colleges and University English (executive paper series 1997—2002), Poetics and Linguistics Association (conference organizer since 1997, secretary since 2002, editor).

Background

Clark, Urszula was born on July 2, 1957 in Coventry, England. Daughter of Czeslaw Lopuszanski and Agnieszka Lopuszanska.

Education

Bachelor in Philosophy and English, University York, England, 1978. Postgraduate Certificate in Education in English and Education, University Leeds, England, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy in Arts Education, University Warwick, Coventry, 1997.

Career

Teacher English media and drama Ealing LEA, Warwickshire LEA, London and Warwick, England, 1979—1981. Research associate University Warwick, 1991—1993. Senior lecturer English and education University College, Northampton, England, 1993—1994.

Senior lecturer English University Wolverhampton, England, 1994—1998, principal lecturer English England, since 1998. School governor Warwickshire LEA, Warwick, 1994—2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (monograph) Warwords: Language, History and the Disciplining of English, 2001. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Council of Colleges and University English (executive paper series 1997—2002), Poetics and Linguistics Association (conference organizer since 1997, secretary since 2002, editor).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Skiing, horseback riding, cooking, reading.

Connections

Children: Lucy, Harry.

father:
Czeslaw Lopuszanski

mother:
Agnieszka Lopuszanska

children:
Lucy Clark

Harry Clark