I’ll be presenting a paper at UCLA’s CLIC/LISO (Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture / Language, Interaction, and Social Organization) conference May 22-24.
I’ll also be presenting another, different paper at The University of Arizona’s Linguistics and Anthropology Symposium between May 9th – 11th.
Here’s a literature review I’ve been writing for a long-term research project on legal anthropology and linguistic ideologies. Enjoy.
A History of Legal Anthropology and the Next Generation of Research at the Intersection of Language, Ideology, and Power
I think that title may need some work. Leave a comment if you have any thoughts on that.
I gave this presentation (.pdf) at the GW Anthropology Department’s Student Research Conference on October 26th.
An article I wrote last year (as a sophomore) has just been published in the Spring 2007 volume of Inquiry, GW’s undergraduate research journal. The title: A Constitution in Search of a Philosophy: Anthropological Perspectives on Judicial Interpretation.
I presented an earlier version of this paper at the 2006 University Writing Symposium. Thanks to Professor Derek Malone-France for his helpful comments on earlier drafts.