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Christine Armer

Christine Armer

Cherokee Language Instructor
Native American Language Program

Copeland Hall, room 213







B.A. in Elementary Education, Northeastern State University, 2005

Personal Statement

The most exciting, responsible and challenging position I have is instructing and sharing my language in higher education.

Areas of Interest and Expertise

Teaching and preserving the Cherokee Language.  Fluent speaker.

Honors and Recognition

  • Oklahoma National Language Association Scholarship
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs Outstanding Tutoring Program for Vian Johnson O’Malley Program
  • Cross Cultural Education Center Scholarship
  • Most Inspiring Faculty (Anthropology Department, Native Languages University of Oklahoma)
  • Honorary Coach Program Recognition, University of Oklahoma Women’s Basketball Team
  • Faculty Appreciation Program, University of Oklahoma Student Advisory Committee
  • Abstract, Why Revisit Published Data of an Endangered Language with Native speakers? An Illustration from Cherokee published by LANGUAGE DOCUMENTATION &CONSERVATION Vol. 4 (2010), pp.1-21

Recent Courses Taught

Current Projects

  • Coordinator, Native American Youth Language FairSam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
  • Evaluator and Scorer, (CEOE) Cherokee Test