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2010s

2015

September 2015. Volume 56. Issue 9. “Indian Mascots- Naturalized Racism and Anthropology” (Bernard Perley)

August 2015. Volume 56. Issue 8. “Why You Should Consider Applying for the AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship” (Laura Ahearn)

June 2015. Volume 56. Issue 6. “Anthropological Listening as a Genre” (Xochitl Marsilli-Vargas)

May 2015. Volume 56. Issue 5. “Neither Home Nor Field” (Erika Alpert)

April 2015. Volume 56. Issue 4. “At the Crossroads of Linguistics and Anthropology- Disciplinary Perspectives on Documentation” (Lise Dobrin and Niko Bensier)

March 2015. Volume 56. Issue 3. “Digital Counterpublics- Black Twitter in the Aftermath of Ferguson” (Mariam Durrani)

February 2015. Volume 56. Issue 2.  “Silent Meditation: Speech, Power and Social Justice” (Netta Avineri, Jena Barchas-Lichtenstein, Robin Conley, Mariam Durrani, and Kathleen Riley)

 January 2015 Volume 56. Issue 1. “Report on the 2014 SLA Business Meeting” (Aaron Ansell)

2014

December 2014. Volume 55. Issue 12. “On Being a Near-Native Speaker” (Anna M. Babel)

November 2014. Volume 55. Issue 11 “Contact and its Allure” (Shunsuke Nozawa)

October 2014. Volume 55. Issue 10″ Scales of Repair: Exploring ‘Putting Things Right’ at NCLALA’s 3rd Annual Workshop, Charlottesville, VA” (Eve Danziger, Brook Hefright, 

and Mark Sicoli)

September 2014. Volume 55. Issue 9. “Talk About Linguistic Anthropology at the AAA Meeting” (Aaron Ansell and Susanne Unger) 

August 2014.Volume 55. Issue 8. “Linguistic Anthropology in the Current Professional Market” (Steven P. Black)

July 2014. Volume 55. Issue 7. “Rush Limbaugh’s Club G’itmo and Semiotic Claims to Minority Status” (Robin Shoaps)

June 2014. Volume 55. Issue 6. “Language and Social Justice Committee Activities, 2013-14” (Bonnie Urciuoli)

May 2014. Volume 55. Issue 5. “Auctioning American Democracy: Language Ideology and the Supreme Court” (Aaron Ansell)

April 2014. Volume 55. Issue 4. “A Rare Opportunity Never Knocks” (Ilana Gershon)

March 2014. Volume 55. Issue 3. “The Language of Instruction or the Instruction of Language” (Becky Schulthies)

February 2014. Volume 55. Issue 2. “The Lavender Languages Conference Turns 21” (William Leap)

January 2014. Volume 55. Issue 1. “Report on the 2013 Society for Linguistic Anthropology Business Meeting” (Bonnie Urciuoli)

2013

December 2013. Volume 24. Issue 12. “Scholars and Citizens: Judging the Unfortunate Term ‘Spanglish’ (Responses to ‘Is Spanglish a bad term?’)” (Ricardo Otheguy and Nancy Stern)

November 2013. Volume 54, Issue 11. “SLA at AAA” (Bonnie Urciuoli)

October 2013. Volume. 54. Issue 10. “Notes from JLA’s Outgoing Book Review Editor” (Erika Hoffmann-Diloway)

October 2013. Volume 54. Issue 10. “Teleologies of Structuralism” (Christopher Ball, Alejandro Paz, and Michael Silverstein)

September 2013. Volume 54. Issue 9. The Zimmerman Trial- Language Issues and Linguistic Responses” (Aaron Ansell)

August 2013. Volume 54. Issue 8. “Is Spanglish a Bad Term” (Bonnie Urciuoli)

July 2013. Volume. 54. Issue 7. “A Few Words with SLA’s Incoming President” (Bonnie Urciuoli)

June 2013. Volume 54. Issue 6. “Interview with Matt Thompson, Manager pot NPR’s New Blog, ‘Code Switch'” (Aaron Ansell) 

May 2013. Volume. 54. Issue 5. “Language, Social Justice and the Media” (Bonnie Urciuoli)

April 2013. Volume. 54. Issue 4. “Imagining a Deaf Utopia” (Abigail Rosenthal)

No SLA Column in March 2013. Volume 54. Issue 3. Section News

No SLA Column in February 2013. Volume 54. Issue 2. Section News

No SLA Column in January 2013. Volume 54. Issue 1. Section News

2012

December 2012. Volume 53. Issue 10. “Language, Health and Social Justice” (Steven P. Black), pp. 47-48 

November 2012. Volume 53. Issue 9. “SLA at the AAA” (Bonnie Urciuoli), pp. 39-40

October 2012. Volume 53. Issue 8. “(Un)Happy Discourses- Redefining Social Relations, Linguistic Markedness, and Political Talk” (Elizabeth Spreng), pp. 47-48

No Section News in September 2012. Volume 53. Issue 7

No SLA Column in June 2012. Volume 53. Issue 6.

May 2012. Volume 53. Issue 5. “Linguistic Moments in the Movies” (Mark Allen Peterson), pp. 36-37

April 2012. Volume 53. Issue 4. “From Microblogging to Microperformance in Egypt” (Mark Allen Peterson), pp. 36-37

March 2012. Volume 53. Issue 3. “Language Ideology and ‘Common Sense'” (Bonnie Urciuoli), p. 36

February 2012. Volume 53. Issue 2. “Report on the 2011 SLA Business Meeting” (James Stanlaw), p. 44

No SLA Column in January 2012. Volume 53. Issue 1.

2011

December 2011.Volume 52. Issue 9. “DLAB and ALALives are on the Line” (James Stanlaw), p. 40

November 2011. Volume 52. Issue 8. “When Cream is Not Cool” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 44

October 2011. Volume 52. Issue 7. “Meet the New Editors” (James Stanlaw), pp. 16-17

No Section News in September 2011. Volume 52. Issue 6.

May 2011. Volume 52. Issue 5. “Linguistic Moments in the Movies, Part VII” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 40

April 2011. Volume 52. Issue 4 “Dude! Like, WTF?” (James Stanlaw), pp. 39-40.

No SLA Column in March 2011. Volume 52. Issue 3. 

February 2011. Volume 52. Issue 2. “Report on the 2010 SLA Business Meeting” (James Stanlaw), p. 48 

January 2011. Volume 52. Issue 1. “Developing Expertise” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 45

2010

December 2010. Volume 51. Issue 9. “Ah… the The’s Have It” (James Stanlaw), pp. 47-48

November 2010. Volume 51. Issue 8. “Circulating Among the Language Panels in New Orleans” (Mark Allen Peterson), pp. 52-53

October 2010. Volume 51. Issue 7. “Are We Teaching Too Much Spanish?” (James Stanlaw), pp. 59-60

No Section News in September 2010. Volume 51. Issue 6.

May 2010. Volume 51. Issue 5. “Linguistic Moments in the Movies, Part VI” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 52

April 2010. Volume 51. Issue 4. “Musical Mushaf” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 48

March 2010. Volume 51. Issue 3. “Sapir-Whorf Redux” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 52

February 2010. Volume 51. Issue 2. “Report on the 2009 SLA Business Meeting” (James Stanlaw) pp. 48-49

January 2010. Volume 51. Issue. 1. “Learn a Tone Language, Develop Musical Skill, Part 2” (James Stanlaw), pp. 48-49


 

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2000s

2009

December 2009. Volume 50. Issue 9. “Learn a Language, Develop Musical Skill” (James Stanlaw), p. 50

November 2009. Volume 50. Issue 8. “Obama’s Health Care Speech- Linguistic Discontent” (James Stanlaw), pp. 55-56

October 2009. Volume 50. Issue 7. “On Heartfelt Commitments and Gifts in Linguistic Anthropology” (Debra Spitulnik), p. 64

No Section News in September 2009. Volume 50. Issue 6.

May 2009. Volume 50. Issue 5. “Linguistic Moments in the Movies” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 60

April 2009. Volume 50. Issue 4. “Language and Social Justice: Report from the CfHR Task Group” (Laura R. Graham and Ana Celia Zentella), pp. 51-52

March 2009. Volume 50. Issue3. “Tatti Happens- Swearing, Switching and Speaking Cross-Culturally” (Mark Allen Peterson), pp. 55-56

February 2009. Volume 50. Issue 2. “Report on the 2008 SLA Business Meeting” (James Stanlaw), pp. 55-56

January 2009. Volume 50. Issue 1. “What Will Be the Language Policy of the Obama Administration?” (James Stanlaw), pp. 51-52

 

2008

December 2008. Volume 49. Issue 9. “Does the French Language Belong to France?” (Alexandre Enkerli), p. 56

November 2008. Volume 49. Issue 8. “‘Words That Work’ in an Election (if You Don’t Put Descartes before the Horse)” (James Stanlaw), pp. 63-64

No Section News in October 2008. Volume 49. Issue 7.

No Section News in September 2008. Volume 49. Issue 6.

May 2008. Volume 49. Issue 5. “Linguistic Moments in the Movies” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 67

April 2008. Volume 49. Issue 4. “What Can Gitmo Ditainees Read?” (James Stanlaw), p. 63

March 2008. Volume 49. Issue 3. No Title–2007 Business Meeting. (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 59-60

February 2008. Volume 49. Issue 2. “‘What We Mean When We Say- An Explanation of Estimative Language’- Linguistic Surprises from the Director of National Intelligence” (James Stanlaw), pp. 54-55

No SLA Column in January 2008. Volume 49. Issue 1.

2007

December 2007. Volume 48. Issue 9. “A Linguistic Mstyrey form the Itnernet” (James Stanlaw), pp. 62-63

November 2007. Volume 48. Issue 8. “SLA Meeting Preview” (Kira Hall), pp. 62-63

October 2007: Volume 48. Issue 7. “A Decade of Cognitive Linguistics” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), p. 67

No Section News in September 2007. Volume 48. Issue 6.

May 2007. Volume 48. Issue 5. “Linguistic Moments in the Movies” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 67

April 2007. Volume 48. Issue 4. “What’s in a Name? Or What Defines a ‘Civil War’ and Who Makes the Definition?” (James Stanlaw), p. 63

March 2007. Volume 48. Issue 3. “Lies, Damn Lies and Political Aids” (Mark Allen Peterson), pp. 58-59

February 2007. Volume 48. Issue 2. “Translations- ‘Internationalizing’ Language and Music in Japan” (Carolyn Stevens), p. 54

January 2007. Volume 48. Issue 1. “SLA Thriving–and Aims to Continue” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 62-63

 

2006

December 2006. Volume 47. Issue 9. “Don’t Think of an Elephant … or a Donkey” (James Stanlaw), pp. 61-62

November 2006. Volume 47. Issue 8. “SLA in San José” (Mark Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 61-62

October 2006. Volume 47. Issue 7. “The DoBeS Program in Action- A Report from Argentina” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson) and “The Chaco Languages Project of Argentina” (Lucía Golluscio and Silvia Hirsch), p. 63

No Section News in September 2006. Volume 47. Issue 6.

May 2006. Volume 47. Issue 5. “Bylines as Indexes” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 61-62

April 2006. Volume 47. Issue 4. “Everett on the Pirahã Language” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), p. 55

March 2006. Volume 47. Issue 3. “Grief, Love and Indices” (Mark Allen Peterson), pp. 54-55

February 2006. Volume 47. Issue 2. “SLA in DC” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), p. 59

January 2006. Volume 47. Issue 1. “I337 5p33k- 4n 31337 I3550n f0r 4n O1d F4r7” (James Stanlaw), p. 62

 

2005

December 2005. Volume 46. Issue 9. “Japanese Girls’ Orthographic Rebellion” (Laura Miller), p. 60

November 2005. Volume 46. Issue 8. “Rough Guide to Language Panels At AAA” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), pp. 62-63

October 2005. Volume 46. Issue 7. “The Language of Two Occupations: Taiwan and Japan; Iraq and America” (Geoff Sant), pp.61-62

No Section News in September 2005. Volume 46. Issue 6.

May 2005. Volume 46. Issue 5. “Untitled” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 58-59

April 2005. Volume 46. Issue 4. “Language and the Internet: Is it Always English?” (James Stanlaw), pp. 54-55

March 2005. Volume 46. Issue 3. “Report from SLA Business Meeting” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), p. 51

February 2005. Volume 46. Issue 2. “Language, Linguistis and the FBI” (James Stanlaw), pp. 53-54

January 2005. Volume 46. Issue 1. “SLA Panels at the AAA Meeting” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 55

 

2004

December 2004. Volume 45. Issue 9. “Language and Politics Revisited: The Anti-Chomsky Views” (James Stanlaw), pp. 60-61

November 2004. Volume 45. Issue 8. Untitled (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), p. 59

October 2004. Volume 45. Issue 7. “Noam Chomsky On Language and Politics” (James Stanlaw), pp. 58-59

No Section News in Volume 45. Issue 6.

May 2004. Voilume 45. Issue 5. “Language of Hate” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 55-56

April 2004. Volume 45. Issue 4. “Inaccessible Data Mean Lost Langauges, and a Lost Language is as Good as Dead” (James Stanlaw), pp. 51-52

March 2004. Volume 45. Issue 3. “Report on SLA Business Meeting” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), p. 51

February 2004. Volume 45. Issue 2. “Graffiti Photos: Language and Art in Japanese Girls’ Culture” (Laura Miller), pp. 51-52

January 2004. Volume 45. Issue 1. “The Globalization of Hate” (Mark Allen Peterson), p. 60

 

2003

December 2003. Volume 44. Issue 9. “The English Language and American Identity: Views from Native and Non-Native Speakers” (Joy Bhosai and Nicole Clarke), p.52

November 2003. Volume 44. Issue 8. “The Metaphor of ‘Endangered Languages” (P. Kevin Friedman), p. 63

October 2003. Volume 44. Issue 7. Untitled (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), p. 55

No Section News in September 2003. Volume 44. Issue 6

May 2003. Volume 44. Issue 5. “Linguistic Moments in the Movies” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 51-52

April 2003. Volume 44. Issue 4. “To Be (Online) or Not to Be (Online) … Is THAT the Question?” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), p.. 50-51

March 2003. Volume 44. Issue 3. “Language Components” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 48-49

February 2003. Volume 44. Issue 2. “Down to Business” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), p. 51

January 2003. Volume 44. Issue 1. “Building Bridges” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 51-52

 

2002

December 2002. Volume 43. Issue 9. “Is ‘Like’ Liable to be a Liability in Language?” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), pp. 55-56

November 2002. Volume 43. Issue 8. “Linguistic Aspects of American Politics” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), pp. 59-60

October 2002. Volume 43. Issue 7. “SSILA Withdraws from AAA Meeting” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw) p. 55

No Section News in September 2002. Volume 43. Issue 6.

May 2002. Volume 43. Issue 5. “Linguistic Moments in the Movies” (Mark Allen Peterson and James Stanlaw), pp. 55-56

April 2002. Volume 43. Issue 4. Untitled (Interview with Monica Heller) (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), pp. 55-56

March 2002. Volume 43. Issue 3. “A Letter on Sept 11” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson) p. 55-56

February 2002. Volume 43. Issue 2. “New AN Contributing Editor” (James Stanlaw and Mark Peterson), pp. 55-56

January 2002. Volume 43. Issue 1. “AILLA” (Richard J. Senghas and James Stanlaw), pp. 53-54

 

2001

December 2001. Volume 42. Issue 9. Untitled (Interview with Mary Bucholtz and Elizabeth Keating) (James Stanlaw and Richard Senghas), p. 55

November 2001. Voilume 42. Issue 8. “Linguistics at the Annual Meeting” (Richard Senhas and James Stanlaw), pp. 63-64

October 2009. Volume 42. Issue 7. “Nu Shu” (Richard Senghas and James Stanlaw), pp. 54-55

September 2001. Volume 42. Issue 6. “Collins Named SLA Board Member” (Richard J. Senhas and James Stanlaw), pp. 58-59

May 2001. Volume 42. Issue 5. Untitled (Interview with Jane Hill) (Richard Senghas and James Stanlaw), pp. 55-56

No SLA Column in April 2001. Volume 42. Issue 4. Section News

March 2001. Volume 42. Issue. 3. Untitled (Interview with George Lakoff) (Richard Senghas and James Stanlaw), pp. 55-56

February 2001. Volume 42. Issue 2. Looking Ahead to AAA2001 (Richard J. Senghas and James M. Stanlaw), p. 55

January 2001. Volume 42. Issue 1. Untitled (Section Business) (Cyndi Dunn and Richard Senghas), p. 60

 

2000

December 2000. Volume 41. Issue 9. “Lavender Languages IX” (Richard J Senghas and Cyndi Dunn), pp. 56-57

December 2000. Volume 41. Issue 9. “Paradoxes of Public Silence” (Elizabeth Spreng), p. 57

November 2000. Volume 41. Issue 8. “Looking Forwad to the Annual Meeting” (Cyndi Dunn and Richard J. Senghas), pp. 69-70

October 2000. Volume 41. Issue 7. “Preview of SLA Sessions- Part I” (Richard J Senghas and Cyndio Dunn), p. 69

October 2000. Volume 41. Issue 7. “Preview of Invited Sessions” (Laura Miller), p. 70

September 2000. Volume 41. Issue 6. “Deadline for Best Student Paper Award” and “Call for Nominations for AAA and SLA Elections” (Cyndi Dunn and Richard J Senghas), p. 117

September 2000. Volume 41. Issue 6. “Language Rights and the AAA Committee for Human Rights” (John B Haviland), p. 117

September 2000. Volume 41. Issue 6. “New Electronic Discussion List on Code-Switching” (Cyndi Dunn and Richard J Senghas), p. 117

May 2000. Volume 41. Issue 5. “SLA Student Paper Competition and Language Revitalization” (Richard J Senghas and Cyndi Dunn), 77-78

May 2000. Volume 41. Issue 5. “Language and Metaphor” (John McCreery), p. 78

April 2000. Volume 41. Issue 4. “Linguistic Anthropology 2000” (Charles Briggs), pp. 33-34

March 2000. Volume 41. Issue 3. “Untitled Section Business” (Richard Senghas and Cyndi Dunn), p. 72

March 2000. Volume 41. Issue 3. “Eeny Meeny Miny Mo” (Jesse Lee), p. 72-73

February 2000. Volume 41. Issue 2. “Conference Announcements” (Cyndi Dunn and Richard Senghas), pp. 71-72

February 2000. Volume 41. Issue 2. “Sociolinguistics and Anthropology in New Zealand” (Yukako Sunaoshi), p. 72

January 2000. Volume 41. Issue 1. “Informal Annual Meeting Report” (Richard Senghas), pp. 95-97

 


 

 

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1984

September 1984. Volume 25. Issue 6. “SLA By-Laws” (Jane Hill) 1984_09


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