Mary M. Morgan
- Ph.D. Sociolinguistics, Georgetown University, 1980.
- M.S. Linguistics, Georgetown University, 1977
- B.A. Spanish, University of NC at Chapel Hill, 1959
- Associate B.A. Peace College, 1956
- International Literacy and Education Consultant, 2008
- Senior Literacy Consultant, 2001-2005
- International Literacy Consultant, SIL, 1989-2000
- Literacy Consultant, Mexico, 1977-1989
- Literacy field worker, Solomon Islands, 1981-1983
- Literacy fieldworker, Mexico, 1970-1980
- Foundation for Endangered Languages
- Solomon Islands Pijin
- Language & orthography development
- Literacy programs
- materials and training
2009. “A language worth writing” Multilingual Matters. (under peer review for volume dedicated to community based literacy programs from papers given at 2006 American Anthropological Association conference in San Jose, CA.)1980. Language maintenance and shift in Totontepec Mixe. Ph.D. dissertation, Georgetown University.
2006 “A Language Worth Writing: community base literacy program in Dangauru Tharu language community, Nepal ” at American Anthropological Association (special session) in San Jose, CA. November 5, 2006.
2005 “Multilingualism in West Africa” at Literacy Consultants Conference, Kenya.
2004 “Discourse Analysis for Literacy Workers” at Nepal Linguistics Society, Kathmandu, November 27, 2004.
2002 “Nepal Languages Worth Writing” co-authored with Deepa Gurung, at Foundation for Endangered Languages Conference. Antigua, Guatemala, August 2,2002.
1983 The language situation in the Solomon Islands, Conference in the Solomon Islands.