Linguistic Anthropology

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Friday, November 09, 2007

Annual meeting of the American Anthropology Association

The 106th annual meeting of the American Anthropology Association will be held November 28th through December 2nd at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington DC. The theme for this year's meeting is Difference, (In)equality & Justice. The Society for Linguistic Anthropology is well represented at this year's annual meeting. Of course, according to Murphy's Law of Conference Organization, many of the most interesting panels occur at the same time. Here is are the SLA panels that I've been able to identify.

OrganizerTitleDay & Time
OropezaStance as Evaluative Activity: Strategies in English and Spanish DiscourseWed, 12:00-1:45pm
Mallinson & ProvencherMarking Turf: The Discursive Frontiers of the CityWed 4:00-5:45pm
Hardy & ClementeCo-Narrating/Co-Interpreting Memories of Violent, Painful, Traumatic ExperiencesWed 4:00-5:45pm
ManaganPersonae Writ Large: Performance and Reception of Linguistic Repertoires in MediaWed 6:00-7:45pm
GarlandCommodification and the Marketing of LanguageWed 8:00-9:45pm
Roth-GordonSlang in Sociopolitical ContextWed 8:00-9:45pm
Howard & SanchezThe Role of Creative Repetition in Cultural Reproduction and ChangeThu 8:00-9:45am
Sicoli & LefkowitzPhonation, Voice and StyleThu 8:00-9:45am
Raclaw & DavisQueer Excursions: Moving Beyond the Binary in Language, Gender and Sexuality ResearchThu 8:00-11:45am
AghaBeyond Individual and Society: Mass Mediated Forms of PersonhoodThu 8:00-11:45am
Skapoulli & BucholtzLearning the Language of Scientific PracticeThu 10:15-12:00am
SpearAAA Presidential Session: Languages and Speakers: Confronting Endangerment, Seeking EqualityThu 10:15am-12:00
PaglaiaiThe Discreet Charm of Insults: The Argumentative Dimension of CommunicationFri 8:00-11:45am
Kuiper & GoodwinRoundtable: Field Recording and Analysis in the Digital AgeFri 12:15-1:30pm
CollinsRethinking Language and ClassFri 1:45-3:30pm
Duchene & HellerNew Conditions, New Practices: Linguistic Anthropology in the New EconomyFri 1:45-3:30pm
Barrett & DebenportGenre and 'Justice'Sat 8:00-9:45am
LempertLanguage and Affectivity in Local Projects of ModernitySat 8:00-9:45am
Bunte & NeedhamIssues in Applied Linguistic AnthropologySat 8:00-11:45am
Urban & BriggsMedia and Voice: Papers in Honor of Richard BaumanSat 1:45-5:30pm
Brown & de LeonMultimodal Communication With Infants Across CulturesSat 4:00-5:45pm
TrinchResisting Rape: Making Room for Non-Victim Narratives of Sexual AbuseSat 4:00-5:45pm
Lee & AdkinsPerformed Language, Performing Language: Language Stylization and PerformanceSun 8:00-9:45am
TurinCollaborations Among Anthropologists, Linguists and Language Communities: A Critical Appraisal From the FieldSun 8:00-9:45am
Bate & LeavittMythopoesisSun 8:00-11:45am


The SLA Business Meeting is scheduled for Friday the 30th from 6:15-7:30.

For lagniappe, here are seven panels not organized by SLA, but dealing with language issues.

OrganizerTitleDay & Time
Reyes-RoblesSociocultural Perspectives on Language and Literacy in Mexico and the USWed 4:00-5:45pm
Doerr & Takato(Dis)inheriting Languages and Transnational 'Japanese' Connection: Inculcation, Situatedness and Social JusticeWed 6:00-7:45pm
PicchiLanguage and Socio-Cultural PracticeThu 1:45-3:30pm
Zepeda & PenfieldRecommendation for Funding in American Indian Language, Education, Research and DocumentationFri 12:15-1:30pm
UllmanThe Commodification of Learning: Articulating/Misarticulating National Identitites Through Language Use and Educational PracticeSun 8:00-9:45am
KattanInsider/Outsider: Language and Layers of LocalitySun 8:00-9:45am
MitchellLanguage and the Negotiation of Sexual IdentitiesSun 10:15am-12:00

6 Comments:

Blogger Chad Nilep said...

If anyone knows how to get rid of the white space between the text and the table, please let me know.

12:54 PM  
Blogger mark said...

Looking in the code of your post, there is a whole row of linebreak elements before the table. I don't know the Blogger interface, but I gather there is a way to edit the raw HTML of your post. Try doing that to manually remove these "br" elements and you're set.

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Blogger Chad Nilep said...

Thanks, mark. It turns out to be slightly more complicated, but not much. <geek mode> The blogger interface adds <br> every time I hit the return key, so the work-around is to never hit return between HTML tags. </geek mode>

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