With abstracts for the 2012 American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting coming due soon, various SLA members have sent out calls for papers. Subscribers to LINGANTH, the linguistic anthropology distributed email list, may have missed some of these calls, and non-subscribers may be missing out. Anyone interested can check out the LINGANTH archives hosted by LINGUIST List* (though you will need a free log-in to view the callers’ email addresses).
Recent calls include:
- AAA 2012 CFP: Languages of Democracy: Voice, Register and the Vernacularization of Democratic Discourse, Elina Hartikainen
- CFP (AAA 2012) Voices in movement: Phonetic border crossings , Lal Zimman
- CFP – 2012 AAA Meetings – Healing Speech in the Cultural Borderlands of Illness , Jennifer Guzman
- AAA Panel on Mediated Boundaries: Language and Ethnography in the Internet Age, Faudree, Paja
- CFP AAA 2012: Ethnography at the Borders of the Intimate, Anna Jaysane-Darr
- CFP: AAA panel “Polyphony in Politics”, Elise Kramer
- CFP “Speaking Across Borders: Language, Mobility and Community” AAA Annual Meetings in SF 2012, Elizabeth Anne Falconi
- AAA 2012 Panel CFA: Language and Indigenous Diaspora(s), Jenny L Davis
- 2012 AAA Meeting CFP: “Making Space for Spirits”, Jesse Ellen Davie-Kessler
- CFP for AAA 2012 “The Limits of Language”, Mara Green
- CFP: Acts of Reception, Katherine Martineau and Christina P. Davis
- AAA 2012 CFP: Mediating boundaries, mediating possibilities: language and technologies in the construction of identity, Rachel Flamenbaum et alia
- CFP – Semiotic Hitchhikers panel AAA 2012, Judy Pine
- AAA 2012 CFP: “What’s your point?” The political-economy of discourse topic, Matthew Wolfgram
- AAA Panel – Transgressive Media: Crossing disciplinary and mediated borders , Karl Swinehart
- AAA 2012 CFP: Women on Frontiers , Leila Monaghan
And for CFP lagniappe:
- CFP: AHA New Orleans Jan 3-6 2013, Native Women at the Frontiers, Leila Monaghan
Other calls for papers? You can send them to LINGANTH, and let us know by mail or through the comments below if you’d like them listed here.
*Speaking of LINGUIST List, I would be remiss if I did not mention that the annual quest for donations to support this free service, this year labeled “LingQuest”, is going on now.