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- Office Hours:
- by appointment
- PhD Temple University 1985
- Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech and Language Pathology (current) American Speech-Hearing-Language Association (ASHA) 1983
- MA Ohio State University 1966
- BA Howard University 1965
Gender & Sexuality Studies
"Black English Vernacular: The Politics of Language and Literacy," Black Language and Culture in the United States," Black Women, Rape, and Other Treasons of the Body," Trauma, Literature, Women Writing," Designs for Black Women's Living: Black Women's Lives in the United States, 1960 to the Present," Feminisms in Black and White," Mothers and Their Sons: A Literary Journey," "Contemporary Black Women Writers," "Survey of African American Literature from 1920 to the Present," Introduction to Linguistics," Intoduction to Sociolinguistics," Language Acquisition,"
Author of: *Surviving the Silence: Black Women's Stories of Rape*. Norton, 1998.
- Recent Publications
- A. Ream and P. Evans, "Surviving for This" (tentative)
- C. Pierce-Baker, consultant with editor Tamika Anderson, Black Women and Sexual Assault,
- C. Pierce-Baker, interviewee, "NO!"
(Fall, 2000), Philadelphia (feature-length documentary on African American women and rape.).
- C. Pierce-Baker, interviewee, Surviving the Silence,
ABC News: Nightline
(March, 2000) (filmed interview with Michel McQueen.).
- C. Pierce-Baker, Surviving the Silence: Black Women's Stories of Rape
(Fall, 1998), WW Norton (1999 - paperback.).