Nora Clearman England (born 8 November 1946) is an American linguist, Mayanist, and Dallas TACA Centennial Professor at University of Texas at Austin.
She graduated from the University of Florida with a Ph.D. She taught at the University of Iowa. She led a workshop, and field visit to Iximche, attended by Linda Schele and Nicholai Grube. She is founding director of the Center for Indigenous Languages of Latin America (CILLA).
- "Issues in comparative argument structure analysis in Mayan narratives'", Preferred argument structure: grammar as architecture for function, Editors John W. Du Bois, Lorraine Edith Kumpf, William J. Ashby, John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2003, ISBN 978-90-272-2624-2
- "Mayan efforts toward language preservation", Endangered languages: language loss and community response, Editors Lenore A. Grenoble, Lindsay J. Whaley, Cambridge University Press, 1998, ISBN 978-0-521-59712-8
- "Control and Complementation at Kusaal", Current approaches to African linguistics, Volume 4, Editor David Odden, Walter de Gruyter, 1987, ISBN 978-90-6765-312-1
- A grammar of Mam, a Mayan language, University of Texas Press, 1983, ISBN 9780292727267
- "Space as a Mam Gramatical Theme", Papers in Mayan linguistics, Editor Nora C. England, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1978, ISBN 978-0-913134-87-0