Brown University anthropologist. Includes links to online papers and publications on linguistic anthropology, performance, culture and identity.
Her research interests are in alternative literacies, the relationships between literacy and language preservation, and the nature of culture change. College of William and Mary.
Research interests are political economy of language, linguistic ideologies, gender and emotion, politics of representation, postcolonial selves, creole languages, plantation societies, Caribbean art, and belief systems. University of South Carolina.
Professor of Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Missouri, Columbia whose intellectual concerns are language, culture, and thought, and the relationships among them.
Curriculum vitae and course information for this Tulane University Associate Professor of Anthropology. Research interests include discourse and Maya languages and linguistics.
A leading figure in twentieth-century linguistics and anthropology who specialized in Canadian native populations.
Research Interests are in Sarawak, among the Ibans with recent interests centered on anthropological linguistics. College of William and Mary.
Works in the Kingdom of Tonga with an area of specialization is linguistic and cognitive anthropology. Northern Illinois University.
Research and teaching interests in linguistic anthropology, including ethnobiology, language and culture, and historical-comparative linguistics. Fieldwork among the Huastec and Zapotec speakers of Mexico. Northern Illinois University.
Research interests are focused on the intersection between language and culture, verbal art traditions, and minority languages. Oregon State University.