Author: Shulist (the Linguistic One)

Singular They is Old, Singular They is New

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , December 17th, 2019


(The Linguistic One stretches, blows the dust off this blog that has been sitting idle while we all deal with Life Things, and dives in to writing). In…


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Singular They is Old, Singular They is New

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , December 17th, 2019


(The Linguistic One stretches, blows the dust off this blog that has been sitting idle while we all deal with Life Things, and dives in to writing). In…


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Language, Accommodation, and the View from Whiteness

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , February 4th, 2019


I want to take a minute to make a quick point about the underlying implications of several stories that have circulated in the media over the last couple…


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Language, Accommodation, and the View from Whiteness

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , February 4th, 2019


I want to take a minute to make a quick point about the underlying implications of several stories that have circulated in the media over the last couple…


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Reflections on the AAA, Part 1: On Speculative Anthropology

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , November 20th, 2018


Editor’s note: This year, two of our people (the Linguistic One and the Cultural One) went to the American Anthropology Association’s Annual Meeting in San Jose, California. This…


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Reflections on the AAA, Part 1: On Speculative Anthropology

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , November 20th, 2018


Editor’s note: This year, two of our people (the Linguistic One and the Cultural One) went to the American Anthropology Association’s Annual Meeting in San Jose, California. This…


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The Underlying Hope of Anthropology: Reflecting on the Work of Jane Hill

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , November 8th, 2018


This past week, the world of linguistic anthropology – and the world in general, though that world is presumably less conscious of the loss – lost a giant…


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The Underlying Hope of Anthropology: Reflecting on the Work of Jane Hill

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , November 8th, 2018


This past week, the world of linguistic anthropology – and the world in general, though that world is presumably less conscious of the loss – lost a giant…


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On What Was Really Lost in the Fire

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , September 12th, 2018


As everyone almost certainly knows by now, just over a week ago, the Brazilian Museu Nacional in Rio de Janeiro burned, with massive damage and the complete destruction…


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On What Was Really Lost in the Fire

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , September 12th, 2018


As everyone almost certainly knows by now, just over a week ago, the Brazilian Museu Nacional in Rio de Janeiro burned, with massive damage and the complete destruction…


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Language is Social: A Quick, Slightly Angry, Introduction by Way of Media Response

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , August 10th, 2018


A couple of articles have crossed my Twitter path in the last few days that are, from a linguistic anthropological perspective, shockingly ignorant. They come not from random…


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Aggressively Human: An Anthropological Manifesto

Shulist (the Linguistic One) , June 22nd, 2018


A few months ago, I was talking to a group of students after class. One of them commented that they appreciated my openness about different things as a…


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