Tag Archives: linguistic anthropology

Great Diagrams in Anthropology, Linguistics, and Social Theory

I’ve set up a photo pool on Flickr as a public archive of Great Diagrams in Anthropology, Linguistics, and Social Theory.

Consider this your invitation to contribute!

(“Partial personal semantic network for Tony D’Abrosca” by Claudia Strauss in What Makes Tony Run? Schemas as Motives Reconsidered)

Tuamatuan Conception of the Cosmos, by Paiore.  Inspiration for Margaret Mead’s fieldwork in American Samoa.

Plan of the House, by Pierre Bourdieu (1970), in “The Kabyle House or the World Reversed” in The Logic of Practice.

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Literature review

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.

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Lewis N. Cotlow Field Research Fund

A list of the Lewis N. Cotlow Field Research Fund‘s 2007 grant recipients has been posted to the GW Anthropology Department’s website. Here are links to my abstract, proposal (pdf), and other sample proposals.

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