Linguistic Anthropology

It is already 2007 here in Taiwan, and what better way to start off the new year than with the announcement of a new anthropology blog!

Welcome to Linguistic Anthropology, a group blog from the members of the Linguistic Anthropology e-mail list (of which I myself am a member – although it is Leila Monaghan who deserves credit for getting this thing off the ground – I had nothing to do with it).

So far the blog sports two excellent posts: one by Chad Nilep on “technology isolation syndrome” (i.e. the medicalization of youth by the BBC), and the other one by Leila about how to teach an introductory course in “sign languages and Deaf culture.”

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  2. Dears
    I am so glad for aware of your site. I am an Iranian Anthropologist. I have a weblog and translate related news in persian. my aim is confirming ipmportance and advantageous of Anthropology to other people. it’s name is: Anthropology in modern world. انسلان شناسي در دنياي مدرن
    I hope future cooperation
    Sincerely yours

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