Spotlight: Journal of Linguistic Anthropology

The Journal of Linguistic Anthropology is the primary publication of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology. The SLA web site features a variety of information about the journal, and links to additional content from the American Anthropological Association and the publisher.

All issues of the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology from 1991 to the present are available through AnthroSource and the Wiley Online Library.

Since 2002 numerous articles have included “web-enhanced” content, including photos, video clips, and sound recordings. These materials (formerly hosted at aaanet.org) are currently on this site; see Web-Enhanced Articles.

For authors, there is information and instructions for submitting your original research in linguistic anthropology to the journal, as well as information about the journal’s editors and editorial board.

Members of the Society for Linguistic Anthropology receive the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology as part of their membership. For additional information see subscription and ordering information. For other journals, see the listing at AnthroSource.

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