Affiliation Index: G
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Geography, San Francisco State University
George Mason University, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
George Mason Universsity
Georgetown University
“WHAT’S YOUR POINT?” THE POLITICAL-ECONOMY OF DISCOURSE TOPIC
ECONOMIC MIGRATION AND THE (UN)DESERVING SUBJECT: INTERROGATING THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN ‘voluntary’ AND ‘forced’ MIGRATION
IMAGINING ANTHROPOLOGY WITHOUT BORDERS
SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY (SLA) PRESIDENTIAL PANEL: FRONTIERS IN METHODOLOGY IN LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
LANGUAGE AND PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY
MEDIATED BORDERS: ROUCH, REVERSAL, AND REFLECTIONS ON ETHNOGRAPHIC FILM
SHAMANIC COMMUNITIES DEFENDING AND BRIDGING BORDERS
POLICING SEXUAL BOUNDARIES, BLURRING SEX
ANDEAN FRONTIERS, TEMPORAL BORDERS, ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERIPHERIES: THINKING IN THE MARGINS WITH FRANK SALOMON
RETHINKING INTERSECTIONALITY: TRANSNATIONAL CONSTITUTION OF SEXUALITY AND GENDERED/RACIAL SUBJECTIVITIES
Shamans Emerging From Repression In Siberia: Lightning Rods of Fear and Hope
In Praise of Insult: Poetic Performance In the Egyptian Revolution
Kin, Class and Labor: Different Paradigms for Making Sense of Activism In Jordan
Contextualization In Digital Discourse
Hypothetically Speaking: Using Narrative to Construct Professional Identity In Law School Discourse
Resume As Narrative: A Linguist Reflects On the Process of Professional Storybuilding
Negotiating Identities: An Exploration of the Communicative Practices of Executives In the Classroom
Remixing Rouch: Collaborative Discovery In the Visions and Noise of Ethnographic Media
Queer Asylum and the U.S. Immigration Court
Of Will or Force: Children Trafficked Into the United States
When Language Ideologies Disappear: Investigating Young Heritage Language Learners’ Linguistic Border Crossings
Stylized Authenticity: Cross-Modal Performances of Washington, DC Speech
“I won’t Say It. I won’t Say it…OK I’ll Say It.” Textual and Ironic Topics In a Zapotec Dialogue
Constrained Discourse Topic In “free conversation”: The Challenges of Eliciting Everyday Language In a Language Pathology Setting
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