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SLA Annual Undergraduate Student Essay Contest 2018

Calling all linguistic anthropology undergraduates!  Do you have a stellar research paper that you would like to share with the wider professional community of linguistic anthropologists?  Submit to SLA’s Annual Student Essay Contest!...Show More Summary

SLA Spring Meeting Information

The inaugural SLA spring meeting is less than two weeks away. To read about the meeting,  information for presenters, and the schedule of presentations, please visit the official meeting website: We look forward to seeing you all soon! The post SLA Spring Meeting Information appeared first on Society for Linguistic Anthropology.

2018 John Gumperz Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize Competition

The Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) announces The 2018 John Gumperz Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize Deadline: Wednesday March 21, 2018 The Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) is delighted to announce the inaugural...Show More Summary

The Highpoint Church Standing Ovation

Was #MeToo washed away in baptismal waters? Jon Bialecki January 26, 2018 There is a clip that has been circulating through both conventional broadcast and cable news programs in the United States, as well as on social media sites. It...Show More Summary

AN column: “Free Speech” in Times of Conflict by Lise M. Dobrin and Eve Danziger

Lessons from Charlottesville Since the violent events that took place in Charlottesville, VA, this past August, when a white supremacist rally led to the killing of a peaceful counter-protester, there has been a lot of reflection inShow More Summary

AN column: The Storm after Maria by Sherina Feliciano-Santos

Puerto Rican Aftermath Puerto Ricans are US citizens. Puerto Rico is a colony. The tensions encompassed by these two facts were extremely clear in the federal response to Hurricane Maria. Eric Feliciano-Santos September 20, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico. Show More Summary

Adam Hodges’s 2017 “Trumped Up Words” columns

Please see the following for an end-of-year index of Adam Hodges’s Trumped Up Words columns on the Anthropology News website. Adam assures us there are more to come in 2018!  As a reminder, you may wish to download any column you plan...Show More Summary

Susan Lepselter on Winning the Bateson Book Prize

Society for Linguistic Anthropology Ilana Gershon and Susan Lepselter January 19, 2018 Susan Lepselter won the 2017 Gregory Bateson Book Prize for her book, The Resonance of Unseen Things: Poetics, Power, Captivity and UFOs (2016). Show More Summary

SLA Business Meeting Report

Society for Linguistic Anthropology Business Meeting Ilana Gershon December 2nd, 2017 President’s Report  SLA Interdisciplinary Public Engagement Award This funds conference submissions beyond the AAA Annual Meeting, and provides travel reimbursement up to $500 per person/$4,000 annually. Show More Summary

2017 Sapir Book Prize Winners Announced

This year’s recipient for the Edward Sapir Book Prize, awarded at the American Anthropological Association Meeting in Washington D.C., was Kathryn Woolard. She received the award for her book: Singular and Plural: Ideologies of Linguistic Authority in 21st Century Catalonia  (Oxford 2016). Show More Summary

Charles Briggs Receives Society of Medical Anthropology Book Award

This year’s recipients for the New Millennium Book Award, given by the Society of Medical Anthropology, were Charles L. Briggs & Clara Mantini-Briggs. They received the award for their book: Tell Me Why My Children Died: Rabies, Indigenous Knowledge, and Communicative Justice (Duke 2016). Show More Summary

SLA Endowment for John Gumperz Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize

The Society for Linguistic Anthropology is pleased to announce, through a very generous gift from Jenny Cook-Gumperz, the establishment of an endowment fund in honor of John Gumperz (1922-2013) that will provide the prize awarded annually...Show More Summary

Endangered minorities and linguistic pluralism in Italy

Stavroula Pipyrou November 21, 2017 In 1999, the implementation of act no. 482 finally created the opportunity to link linguistic minorities in Italy directly with local self-government. After the demarcation of their territories by the provincial councils, the linguistic minorities recognized by act no. Show More Summary

Here’s the Rub on the Dove Skincare Ad

Shalini Shankar October 18, 2017 The latest rendition of “sorry, not sorry” is not just topping the Billboard charts. It is also a public relations anthem about “missing the mark.” This time, Dove skincare is being accused of “tone deafness.” The ad, appearing on Facebook, drew widespread critique. It features a loop of images of three […]

SLA Public Outreach Award Deadline Extension to 10/15

The submission deadline HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 15, 2017. Created and awarded for the first time by the SLA in 2014, this award honors an SLA member or members for work that effectively impacts public awareness of social issuesShow More Summary

SLA Conference Registration Open

Registration for the inaugural SLA conference is now available here When you register for the meeting you’ll receive information on how to submit an abstract proposal. SLA Members and non-members alike will need to register for the meeting in order to submit an abstract. When you login to the AAA web site, look for the “Add […]

SLA at the AAAs

SLA Invited & Co-Sponsored Sessions & Meetings Thursday, November 30 4:15 PM – 6:00 PM  –  SLA graduate student paper contest: Semiotic processes across scale media, and voice – Omni, Cabinet 6:30 PM – 8:15 PM  –  Taking Action in Troubled...Show More Summary

Call for applications for SLA graduate student representative

The SLA Executive Board invites applications from anthropology students interested in serving as the SLA Graduate Student Representative on the leadership body of the organization.  Major responsibilities will be: attending the SLA board...Show More Summary

Preview for Inaugural SLA Spring 2017 Conference

The Society for Linguistic Anthropology is excited to announce that our association will soon be open to receive submissions to our inaugural conference. The conference organizing committee is working with AAA to get the registration site set up in addition to a website connected to the SLA page that will provide detailed information about the […]

Opening for Anthropology News/SLA Section News Co-editor

As of the December AAA meetings, Anna Babel will be wrapping up her 3-year term as co-editor for the AN-SLA section news, and Ilana Gershon will be taking over as senior co-editor. This leaves an opening for a second co-editor. I circulate this notice to solicit nominations or ask for self-nominations, for consideration by our […]

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