Tag: Language Learning

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Book Review: Learning and Using Languages in Ethnographic Research edited by Robert Gibb, Annabel Tremlett and Julien Danero Iglesias

Rose Deller , July 10th, 2020


In Learning and Using Languages in Ethnographic Research, editors Robert Gibb, Annabel Tremlett and Julien Danero Iglesias bring together contributors to explore issues that researchers may encounter…


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Indigenous Languages through a Reclamation Lens

Chelsea Horton , September 19th, 2019


The United Nations’ International Year of Indigenous Languages is likely to reproduce the colonial logics that underlie dominant narratives of language disappearance and loss. It doesn’t have to…


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Life as an Insect Inside a Glass Jar: Language Learning Through Immersion

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Start an Anthropology Career in 2018

Kerim , January 1st, 2018


Lets put aside for the moment all the usual warnings about pursuing an academic career. Lets say that you are old enough to take responsibility for your own…


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Language Learning, Stigma, and Protecting a Potentially Spoiled Identity