Contributors / November 2011 (Issue 15)

William Noseworthy
ImageWilliam (Billy) Noseworthy's main research interests include narratives of translation, transformation, and translocation. Currently a third year graduate student in the History Department at the University of Madison-Wisconsin, Noseworthy works in Vietnamese and French as second languages. This past year he was published on, Explorations (A graduate student journal from the University of Hawaii) and presented his work at several graduate student conferences before returning to Vietnam this past summer for research and study. The trip resulted in a number of materials that he will present this upcoming academic cycle. Habitually, Noseworthy plays guitar and has composed more than 30 songs on three albums (Available on see "Huzzah for the Shopkeep!") and has written poetry in English, French, with sprinklings of Vietnamese and Eastern Cham Language (Available on his Facebook Page). His current linguistic interest is Eastern Cham written in Akhar Thrah script. [Read]

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