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SLA 2016 Undergraduate Essay Contest

SLA 2016 Undergraduate Essay Contest

Society for Linguistic Anthropology 2016 Undergraduate Student Essay Contest Deadline:   June 30, 2016 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! Every year the Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) confers […]

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AN News: “Outreach and Engagement in a Science Museum” by Leslie C. Moore (The Ohio State University) et al.

Anthropology News Column In recent years, several sociolinguists have published accounts of successful integration of Outreach and Engagement into their research and/or teaching, including outreach to middle and/or high school students, university service-learning courses, and meaningful involvement of students in research as participants. We have found it exciting and effective to engage with the public […]