2023 Kahdeidra M. Martin, Jessica Stovall, Jamaal Muwwakkil, Kendra Calhoun, Dozandri C.
Mendoza, Anne H. Charity Hudley, Christine Mallinson, Mary Bucholtz. Talking College
Study Guide. Available here.
Special Issues of Journals Edited
2018 Anne Charity Hudley and Christine Mallinson (co-editors).
“Linguistics and the Broader University.” Special issue of Journal of English Linguistics 46(3): 175-262.
Refereed Publications in Journals
2021 Kendra Calhoun*, Anne H. Charity Hudley, Mary Bucholtz, Jazmine Exford, and Brittney Johnson**. Attracting Black Students to Linguistics Through a Black-Centered Intro to Linguistics Course. Language: Teaching Linguistics.
2021 Anne Charity Hudley, Hannah Franz, Rachael King, Mary Bucholtz, Felice Blake, Jacob LaViolet, Jamaal Muwwakkil*, deandre miles-hercules*, Dominique Cassamajor**, Cecily Duffie**, Danielle Knox**, Bishop Lawton**, Tre Merritt**, and Gabi Montgomery**. The Importance of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Students in English Studies in the new Minority Serving Research Institution. Pedagogy. Special Issue on Undergraduate Research. Invited.
2020 Anne Charity Hudley, Christine Mallinson, and Mary Bucholtz. From Theory to Action: Working Collectively Toward a More Anti-Racist Linguistics: Response to the Responses to Toward Racial Equity in Linguistics: Interdisciplinary Insights into Theorizing Race in the Discipline and the Profession. Language: Perspectives.
2020 Anne Charity Hudley, Christine Mallinson, and Mary Bucholtz. Toward Racial Equity in Linguistics: Interdisciplinary Insights into Theorizing Race in the Discipline and the Profession. Language: Perspectives. https://languagelsa.org/index.php/language/perspectives_charity_hudley_et_al
2018 Anne H. Charity Hudley and Christine Mallinson. “Dismantling ‘The
Master’s Tools:’ Moving Students’ Right to Their Own Language from Theory to Practice.” Special issue of American Speech 93(3-4): 513-537. “Changing Perceptions of Southernness,” eds. Jennifer Cramer and Dennis R. Preston. Invited.
2018 Anne H. Charity Hudley, Christine Mallinson, Kenay Sudler, and Mackenzie Fama. “The Sociolinguistically Trained SLP: Using Knowledge of African-American English to Aid and Empower African-American Clientele.” Special issue of Perspectives of the ASHA special Interest Groups 3(1): 118-131. “Language Learning and Education Perspectives,” ed. Megan-Brette Hamilton. Invited.
2018 Cheryl Dickter, Anne Charity Hudley, Hannah A. Franz, and Ebony A. Lambert. “Faculty change from within: The creation of the William and Mary Scholars Undergraduate Research Program (WMSURE) program.” Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research (SPUR) Journal 2(1).
2018 Christine Mallinson and Anne H. Charity Hudley. “Turning the Lens onto Our Own Language: Engaging in Critical Reflexivity in the Pursuit of Social Change.” Commentary. Language in Society 47(3): 361-364. Invited.
Chapters in Edited Volumes, Textbooks, Handbooks, and Encyclopedias
Submitted AnneCharity Hudley. The Lung. In Parsing the Body, Mary Bucholtz and Kira Hall, eds.
2020 Anne H. Charity Hudley, Christine Mallinson, Erin L. Berry Mc-Crea, and Jamaal Muwwakkil*. Empowering African-American Student Voices in College. In Reconceptualizing the Role of Critical Dialogue. Routledge Press.
2018 Anne H. Charity Hudley. “African-American English in U.S. culture and classrooms.” In The TESOLEncyclopedia of English Language Teaching.
Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. Invited.
2018 Anne H. Charity Hudley and Christine Mallinson. “Why should educators care about linguistics?” In Caroline Myrick and Walt Wolfram (Eds.), The Five Minute-Linguist: Bite-sized Essays on Language and Languages, 3rd edition. Sheffield, UK: Equinox Publishing.
2018 Anne H. Charity Hudley and Christine Mallinson. “African-American
English.” Language profile in Carol Genetti (Ed.), How Languages Work, 2nd edition, pp. 567-580. New York: Cambridge University Press. Invited.
2018 Anne H. Charity Hudley and Christine Mallinson. “We Must Go Home Again: Interdisciplinary Models of Progressive Partnerships to Promote Linguistic Justice
in the New South.” In Jeffrey Reaser, Eric Wilbanks, Karissa Wojcik, and Walt
Wolfram (Eds.), Language Variety in the New South: Contemporary Perspectives on Change and Variation, pp. 344-357. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Invited.
2017 Anne H.Charity Hudley. “Language and Racialization.” InOfelia García, Nelson Flores, and Massimiliano Spotti (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language and
Society, pp. 381-402. New York: Oxford University Press.