Marilyn J. Gregerson
- PhD Univ.Texas-Arlington
- MA University of Minnesota
- BA Northwestern College (MN)
- International Anthropology consultant (2006 – 2011)
- Anthropology Consultant, MSEAG (1995 – 2008)
- Literacy specialist, Cambodia (1998 – 2003)
- Anthropology consultant, Indonesia (1975 – 1983)
- Linguist, anthropological researcher, literacy specialist, Rengao ethnic minority, Vietnam (1965 – 1975)
- Instructor in Anthropology, Seattle Pacific College (1961 – 1963)
- American Anthropological Association
- Council on Anthropology and Education
- Association for Political and Legal Anthropology
- Society of Cultural Anthropology
- some Thai
- Traditional law and political systems
- orality and literacy
- animistic belief systems
2009 Marilyn Gregerson, Editor. Special issue: Local languages, national contexts, global concerns: case studies in multilingual education for speakers of ethnic minority languages. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 12:4
2009 _________________. ³Learning to read in Ratanakiri: a case study from northeastern Cambodia² in the Special issue: Local languages, national contexts, global concerns: case studies in multilingual education for speakers of ethnic minority languages. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 12:4
1999-2003 Way Tiang and __ Tampuan Reading Primers, Ratanakiri, Cambodia, 5 volumes.
1998__and Joyce K. Sterner, Editors. Symbolism and ritual in Irian Jaya. International Museum of Cultures Publication, 33. . Jayapura and Dallas. Cenderawasih University and Summer Institute of Linguistics..114 p.
1997__and Joyce K. Sterner, editors. Kinship and social organization in Irian Jaya: a glimpse of seven systems. International Museum of Cultures Publication 32, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura,. Irian Jaya, Indonesia: and SIL, Dallas, TX:, 244p.
1994 “Methodological considerations in teaching reading to ethnic minority children.” Notes on Literacy 20 (3): 43-50.
1993 _ ,editor. Ritual, belief, and kinship in Sulawesi. International Museum of Cultures. Publication 31 . 194p.
1991. The Rengao of Vietnam An ethnography of texts. (Ph.D. dissertation) Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms, 468p
1987__., Dorothy M. Thomas, Doris E. Blood, and Carol F. Zylstra, editors. 1987. Tales from Indochina. International Museum of Cultures Publication 21, Dallas, TX:.SIL, 106p.
1983 Merrifield, William R., Marilyn Gregerson, and Daniel C. Ajamiseba, editors. Gods, heroes, kinsmen: Ethnographic studies from Irian Jaya, Indonesia . International Museum of Cultures Publication #17. Jayapura and Dallas, TX: Cenderawasih University and International Museum of Cultures. x, 296 p.
1980 __ and Dorothy M. Thomas, editors. Notes from Indochina on ethnic minority cultures. International Museum of cultures Publication #6. Dallas, TX: SIL. 254p.
2007. “Traditional law and decision-making: A study of six Tampuan villages in northeastern Cambodia ” –presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC
2006. “LEARNING TO READ IN RATANAKIRI: A CASE STUDY FROM NORTHEAST CAMBODIA ” ” presented at the American Anthropological Asso annual meetings, San Jose, CA. (Note: 2001 and 2006 papers are different papers)
2001. “LEARNING TO READ IN RATANAKIRI: An anatomy of some literacy efforts among the indigenous ethnic minorities of northeastern Cambodia ” presented at the 5th International Conference on Language and Development, Phnom Penh, Cambodia