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CURRICULUM VITAE Elinor Ruth Ochs   ACADEMIC RECORD: 1974 Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania  (Anthropology) 1974 M.A. (Honorary) University of Cambridge 1966 B.A.with honors The George Washington University  (Anthropology) POSITIONS HELD: 1999- Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, University of California Los Angeles 1990- Full Professor of Applied Linguistics, University of California Los Angeles 1984-90 Full Professor of Linguistics, University of Southern California 1979-84 Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Southern California 1974-79 Assistant Professor of Linguistics, University of Southern California 1973-74 Assistant Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Cambridge HONORS AND INVITED POSTS: open Invited Research Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral  Sciences, Stanford, California 2013 John Simon Guggenheim Educational Advisory Board 2003 Lewis Henry Morgan Distinguished Lecturer in Anthropology 2003 Annette Weiner Distinguished Lecturer in Anthropology 2002 Session in Honor of the Work of Elinor Ochs, American Education Research Association 2001 Distinguished International Board of Advisors, Linkoping University, Sweden 2001-2003 President, Society for Linguistic Anthropology 2000 Honorary Doctorate, Linkoping University, Sweden 1998-2003 MacArthur Fellow 1998 American Academy of Arts and Sciences Member 1996 President, American Association for Applied Linguistics 10/16/18
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1996 Helsinki University Rector’s Medal of Distinctive Scholarship 1995 Vice-President, American Association for Applied Linguistics 1993 Visiting Professor,  Universita di Roma (Psicologia) June 1993 1990 Visiting  Professor,  Universita di Roma (Psicologia) June 1990 1984 Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1983 Research Fellow, Istituto di Psicologia, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome 1980 Senior Research Fellow, Working Group on Language in Cultural Context, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University 1977 Research Fellow, Istituto di Psicologia, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome 1973 Fellow, New Hall, University of Cambridge Honorary Masters Degree, University of Cambridge 1966 Phi Beta Kappa EDITORIAL/ADVISORY BOARDS: John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Linkoping University (Sweden) International Advisory Board (2001-) American Academy of Arts & Sciences Nomination Board Co-Chair (2002-2003) Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Advisory Board  (1993-1996) Spencer Foundation for Educational Research Dissertation Fellowship Committee Cambridge University Press Social and Cultural Foundations of Language Series Text Discourse Studies  Journal of Narrative and Life History (until 1998) Narrative Inquiry RESEARCH GRANTS AND EXPERIENCE: The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Center Grant. 2007-2010
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