Science: Social_Sciences: Anthropology: Linguistic_Anthropology
Concepts and Resources
A site maintained by a faculty member at Emory University, with definitions of selected terms in the field and a list of available resources.
Early American Anthropological Linguistics
Essay written by Kenneth Pike for the journal American Anthropologist. Contains reminiscences of many leading figures of this field in the early 20th century, such as Edward Sapir.
Basic concepts, definition of "ethnolinguistics." From Maricopa Community College.
Linguistic and Semiotic Anthropology at the University of Toronto
Subdivision of the Department of Anthropology. Offers a description of the field, events,and links to resources.
Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Michigan
Doctoral research program focusing on combining social theory with the analysis of linguistic form. Field description, faculty list, admissions information.
Michicagoan 2000: Histories and Ideologies of Linguistics
Second annual meeting of graduate students from the University of Chicago and the University of Michigan. Schedule, abstracts.
Philadelphia Papers on Linguistic Anthropology
Assembled papers on this topic from the 1998 meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Various document formats.
Publications of Daniel Moonhawk Alford
Assorted publications and postings by this Piute thinker. Covers many aspects of the relationship of culture and language, including the legacy of Whorf and the anthropology of consciousness.
Society for Linguistic Anthropology
A special section of the American Anthropological Association. Organizational information and list of contents of the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology.
Topics in Anthropological Linguistics
Concise treatments of various areas of concern in this field, including contact languages and the Whorf hypothesis.
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