SLA Invited & Co-Sponsored Sessions & Meetings Thursday, November 30 4:15 PM – 6:00 PM – SLA graduate student paper contest: Semiotic processes across scale media, and voice – Omni, Cabinet 6:30 PM – 8:15 PM – Taking Action in Troubled Times: Learning and Engaging with Shirley Brice Heath – Marriott, Balcony A Friday, December 1 7:30 AM – 8:45 AM – Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) Board Meeting – Marriott, Park Tower 8219 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM – Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA) & AAA Committee for Human Rights (CfHR) Language and Social Justice Task Force Meeting – Marriott, Wilson A 2:00 PM – 3:45 PM – Toward a transdisciplinary coalition in sociocultural linguistics: A collaborative analysis of
The SLA Executive Board invites applications from anthropology students interested in serving as the SLA Graduate Student Representative on the leadership body of the organization. Major responsibilities will be: attending the SLA board meeting at the annual meeting of the AAA, and possibly an AAA-level meeting of student representatives; providing student perspectives on SLA programming and events; and taking leadership roles for developing areas of particular interest to anthropology students. The term is two years, from the end of the 2017 AAA meetings in December until the end of the 2019 AAA meetings. To submit an application for consideration
The Society for Linguistic Anthropology is excited to announce that our association will soon be open to receive submissions to our inaugural conference. The conference organizing committee is working with AAA to get the registration site set up in addition to a website connected to the SLA page that will provide detailed information about the event, submission instructions, accommodations, and transportation. In anticipation of this site being launched soon, we are now circulating the CFP so that colleagues can be aware of the conference theme and the types of submissions we seek. Please read on and consider submitting… CFP, SLA
As of the December AAA meetings, Anna Babel will be wrapping up her 3-year term as co-editor for the AN-SLA section news, and Ilana Gershon will be taking over as senior co-editor. This leaves an opening for a second co-editor. I circulate this notice to solicit nominations or ask for self-nominations, for consideration by our current co-editors and the SLA board. Please submit names to Anna Babel email@example.com
The AAA Working Group on Non-Tenure Track Employment in Anthropology is setting up an online community to address issues of precarious faculty employment in anthropology. The forum will be open to contingent adjunct faculty in departments of anthropology as well as anthropologists with precarious appointments in any department, regardless of AAA member status. The AAA is sponsoring this initiative in order to provide a platform for contingent faculty to share experiences, strategies, and practices with one another. For more information, see our page on the AAA website.