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Volume 7 , Number 2
July 2019

Sallie Han and Jason Antrosio – Open Anthropology.
“Women's Languages”
Alexander F. Chamberlain – American Anthropologist. Vol 14, Issue 3:579-581 (1912)
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Gender, Language, and Modernity: Toward an Effective History of Japanese Women's Language
Miyako Inoue – American Ethnologist. Vol 29, Issue 2:392-422
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Language Contraction, Revitalization, and Irish Women
Barbara LeMaster – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 16, Issue 2:211-228 (2006)
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Separate People: Speaking of Creek Men and Women
Amelia Rector Bell – American Anthropologist. Vol 92, Issue 2:332-345 (1990)
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“Since I am a Woman, I Will Chastise My Relatives”: Gender, Reported Speech, and the (Re)Production of Social Relations in Warao Ritual Wailing
Charles L. Briggs – American Ethnologist. Vol 19, Issue 2:337-361 (1992)
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Language Ideology and Women's Speech: Talking Community in the Northwest Amazon
Janet M. Chernela – American Anthropologist. Vol 105, Issue 4:794-806 (2003)
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“Those Loud Black Girls”: (Black) Women, Silence, and Gender “Passing” in the Academy
Signithia Fordham – Anthropology & Education Quarterly. Vol 24, Issue 1:3-32 (1993)
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Sociolinguistic Resources, Individual Identities, and Public Speech Styles of Texas Women
Barbara Johnstone – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 5, Issue 2:183-202 (1995)
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“Whatever (Neck Roll, Eye Roll, Teeth Suck)”: The Situated Coproduction of Social Categories and Identities through Stancetaking and Transmodal Stylization
Marjorie Harness Goodwin and H. Samy Alim – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 20, Issue 1:179-194 (2010)
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Book review of Marjorie Harness Goodwin's the Hidden Life of Girls: Games of Stance, Status, and Exclusion
Tanya Romaniuk – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 18, Issue 2:308-310 (2008)
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Languages of Labor: Negotiating the “Real” and the Relational in Indo-Fijian Women's Expressions of Physical Pain
Susanna Trnka – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. Vol 21, Issue 4:388-408 (2007)
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Scripting Dissent: US Abortion Laws, State Power, and the Politics of Scripted Speech
Mara Buchbinder – American Anthropologist. Vol 118, Issue 4:772-783 (2016)
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The Politics of Commiseration: On the Communicative Labors of “Co-Mothering” in El Alto
Stephen Kingsley Scott – Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Vol 27, Issue 2:171-189 (2017)
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Kwaio Women Speak: The Micropolitics of Autobiography in a Solomon Island Society
Roger M. Keesing – American Anthropologist. Vol 87, Issue 1:27-39 (1985)
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Women's Voices and Experiences of the Hill-Thomas Hearings
Frances Trix and Andrea Sankar – American Anthropologist. Vol 100, Issue 1:32-40 (1998)
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