Blog Profile / Linguistic Anthropology


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Archived Since:October 4, 2008

Blog Post Archive

AN News: Right-wing Politics in Brazil: Iconization and Accusations of Corruption

Anthropology News Column by Aaron Ansell In late 2016, I noticed a peculiar convergence between Brazilian and US politics. In both countries, the political right spurred mass mobilization against a ruling center-left party through the demonization of leading women as corrupt. While neither Senator Hillary Clinton (US) nor President Dilma Rousseff (Brazil) were indicted on […]

Interview with Richard Bauman, part 2

March 7, 2017 Richard Bauman chatted with Ilana Gershon over coffee about his career upon receiving the Franz Boas Award for Exemplary Service to Anthropology.  Below is the second part of an edited transcript of the informal conversation. In recent years, you have been turning to the study of media, and in particular to how […]

Update from SLA President, Bonnie Urciuoli

The AAA announcement for the spring balloting is now open.  I write to remind everyone of the importance of voting.  In addition to the AAA ballots (including AAA president-elect), the positions of particular concern for SLA membership are the SLA president-elect, the Linguistic Seat on the Executive Board, and the Linguistic Seat on the Nominations Committee.  […]

Congratulations to SLA Member, Ignasi Clemente!

The Catalan Sociolinguistics Society, under the aegis of the Institute for Catalan Studies, has announced that the 15th annual Modest Reixach Prize will be awarded to Ignasi Clemente (Department of Anthropology, Hunter College, CUNY), for his book Uncertain Futures; Communication and Culture in Childhood Cancer Treatment (2015, Wiley Blackwell). Show More Summary

SLA Award for Public Outreach & Community Service: Call for Nominations

The deadline for submitting nominations is October 1, 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 issues involving...Show More Summary

Rick Parmentier’s Reflection upon Retirement

Rick Parmentier, Anna Babel and Ilana Gershon January 24, 2017 SLA interview with Rick Parmentier Rick Parmentier What article or book that you wrote are you most pleased with?  Could you talk about the story behind writing it? The principal argument of my paper “Diagrammatic Icons and Historical Processes in Belau” (American Anthropologist, 1985) was scribbled […]

2017 SLA Interdisciplinary Public Engagement Conference Fund CFP Application

Interdisciplinary Public Engagement Conference Fund Call for Proposals Deadline: October 1, 2017 for 2018 conferences SLA announces an initiative to fund conference submissions promoting the dissemination of activist linguistic anthropology...Show More Summary

Charles Goodwin’s Reflections on Retirement

SLA Interview with Charles Goodwin What article or book that you wrote are you most pleased with?  Could you talk about the story behind writing it? While “Professional Vision” is perhaps the article that anthropologists know best, what pleases me most in my career is my work on the social life of Aphasia. With that, […]

SLA 2017 Undergraduate Student Essay Contest

Every year the Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) confers an award for a distinguished undergraduate research paper.  Selected winners will be awarded $500, a certificate of accomplishment, and a $300 travel grant to the AAA Annual Meeting in Washington DC, November 29 – Dec 3 2017.  In addition, the winning essay will be considered for publication […]

Announcing SLA Spring 2018 Meeting

The Society for Linguistic Anthropology is pleased to announce that plans are well under way for our first Spring Conference, March 8-10, in Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania Anthropology Museum.  The SLA board would like to ask SLA members to fill out a very brief (one question) survey as to whether you think you […]

Announcement: Edward Sapir Book Prize 2017

Submission Deadline: May 15, 2017 The Edward Sapir Book Prize was established in 2001 and is awarded to a book that makes the most significant contribution to our understanding of language in society, or the ways in which language mediates historical or contemporary sociocultural processes. Beginning in 2012, the Sapir Prize has been awarded annually. […]

AN News: Language and Social Justice Committee Storify (Language and Social Justice Committee)

Anthropology News Column By Mariam Durrani, Netta Avineri, Kathleen C. Riley, Hilary Parsons Dick, and Susan D. Blum This post is a summary of the Storify compiled by the Committee for Language and Social Justice following the AAA Annual Meeting.  You can find the original Storify here. At this year’s AAA Annual Meeting, the Committee […]

AN News: SLA Business Meeting Report

Anthropology News Column SLA Business Meeting Saturday, November 19th, 2016 President’s Report Report on SLA Interdisciplinary Public Engagement Award: Supported invited colloquium at AAAL by Jonathan Rosa, Netta Avineri, Susan Blum,...Show More Summary

Announcement: 2017 SLA Graduate Student Paper Competition

The Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) announces the 2017 SLA Graduate Student Paper competition.  Deadline: Friday March 17, 2017. Every year the Society for Linguistic Anthropology confers an award for a distinguished graduate...Show More Summary

AN News: Trump’s Formulaic Twitter Insults

From Anthropology News Trump’s Formulaic Twitter Insults Trumped Up Words Adam Hodges Every presidential transition also involves a change in the regime of language. This year the juxtaposition between the outgoing and incoming regimes...Show More Summary

Directions for Signing up for the LSJ Committee Listserv

Prepared by: Netta Avineri, Susan D Blum, Hilary Parsons Dick, and Robin Conley Riner About the Listserv The Language & Social Justice (LSJ) listserv is a valuable tool for networking and keeping up with activities, information, and issues related to the LSJ, as well as in the field of language and social justice more broadly. […]

AN News: “Run, Hide, Fight” by Anna M. Babel (The Ohio State University)

Anthropology News Column On campus violence, language, and the climate of fear. Monday was my birthday. I was taking a walk along the river near my house when my phone buzzed. I figured it was a birthday message, but instead it was a security alert from the campus emergency system. “Take cover,” it said. “Shelter in […]

AN News: “Detention, Disappearance, and the Power of Language” by Miranda Cady Hallett and Lynnette Arnold

Anthropology News Article By Miranda Cady Hallett (U of Dayton) and Lynnette Arnold (U Mass-Amherst) During the 20th century, military dictatorships in Latin America became notorious for kidnapping and torturing their citizens. Because...Show More Summary

LISO Conference

The 23rd annual conference on Language, Interaction, and Social Organization will be held a the University of California, Santa Barbara on May 19-20, 2017. The theme of next year's conference is "Encounter and Interface".

Tweet-and-Storify about Language and Social Justice at AAA 2016

Overview The Society for Linguistic Anthropology Committee on Language & Social Justice (LSJ) will be organizing social media artifacts (tweets, Instagram posts, etc.) into a curated Storify (https://storify.com/) resulting from several events (panels, roundtables, meetings) during the AAA 2016 conference in Minneapolis[1]. Show More Summary

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