ethnographies of language/gender
c-wasson at nwu.edu
Sat Feb 26 13:35:40 UTC 2000
I am planning a course on "language, gender, power" for next quarter. I
know of many good articles I can give the students to read, but I am
tempted to assign two ethnographies as well. I'm considering Goodwin's
He-Said-She-Said. Any advice about recent ethnographies on language and
gender that work well? They must be accessible to students with little
background in anthropology or linguistics.
I am aware of the language and gender syllabi collections.
Thanks in advance!
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