Nora England

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Nora England
Born November 8, 1946
Nationality American
Education Ph.D. from the University of Florida
Occupation American linguist, Mayanist, Dallas TACA Centennial Professor at the University of Texas at Austin
Known for She is founding director of the Center for Indigenous Languages of Latin America (CILLA).

Nora Clearman England (born November 8, 1946) is an American linguist, Mayanist, and Dallas TACA Centennial Professor at University of Texas at Austin.[1]

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.[2] She is founding director of the Center for Indigenous Languages of Latin America (CILLA).[3]

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England, Nora Clearman (1975). Mam Grammar in Outline (digital reproduction at Internet Archive). Doctoral thesis/dissertation. Gainesville: University of Florida. OCLC 3497675. 

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