Congratulations to the winners of these 2014 Society for Linguistic Anthropology prizes.
Edward Sapir book prize: Francis Cody (University of Toronto), for The Light of Knowledge: Literacy Activism and the Politics of Writing in South India, and Nicholas Harkness (Harvard University), for Songs of Seoul An Ethnography of Voice and Voicing in Christian South Korea.
SLA Award for Public Outreach and Community Service: Mary Bucholtz (University of California-Santa Barbara), Creator and Director of the School Kids Investigating Language in Life and Society (SKILLS) Program
Annual Student Essay Prize, Graduate: Magnus Pharao Hansen (Brown University), “The Difference Language Makes: The Life-History of Nahuatl in Two Mexican Families”
Plus four honorable mentions for the student essay prize: Perry Sherouse (University of Michigan), Katherine B Martineau (University of Michigan), Lori Labotka (University of Arizona), and Matthew L Hale (Indiana University)
See the full list of this year’s prize winners, plus past years’ winners on the SLA Prizes page.