International Gender and Language Book Prize 2008
S.L.Mills at SHU.AC.UK
Tue Jul 8 11:08:15 UTC 2008
International Gender and Language book Prize 2008
The Executive of the International Gender and Language Association are happy to announce that the winner of the IGALA Book Prize for the most outstanding gender and language book for 2008 is:
Marjorie Harness Goodwin's The Hidden Life of Girls, Blackwell, 2006.
The shortlisted books were
Mullany: Gendered Discourse in the Workplace, Palgrave, 2007.
Cameron and Kulick eds.: Language and Sexuality Reader, Routledge, 2006.
DeFrancisco and Palczewski eds.: Communicating Gender Diversity, Sage, 2007.
McElhinny ed: Words, Worlds and Material Girls, Mouton de Gruyter, 2007.
Co-ordinator of IGALA Book Prize
s.l.mills at shu.ac.uk
Prof. Sara Mills, Linguistics, Sheffield Hallam University, Unit 8, Science Park, Sheffield S1 1 WB tel: 0114-225-3863, s.l.mills at shu.ac.uk
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