Department of Linguistics|
University of California, Santa Barbara
3432 South Hall
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3100
Office: 3509 South Hall|
Phone: (805) 893-3776
Fax: (805) 893-7492
List of courses taught this year (all materials for courses in the current quarter are housed on GauchoSpace; UCSB NetID required).
Information and resources about sociocultural linguistics.
LISO (Language, Interaction, and Social Organization)
An interdisciplinary research group and Ph.D. emphasis at UC Santa Barbara.
An interdisciplinary Ph.D. emphasis at UC Santa Barbara.
Oxford Studies in Language and Gender
The first series for language and gender research, published by Oxford University Press.
A supplemental web site for Reinventing Identities: The Gendered Self in Discourse (Oxford, 1999).
Perception and Realization in Language and Gender Research
An NSF-funded website to disseminate the results of an international conference held in conjunction with the LSA Linguistic Institute in summer 2003.
Transcription in Action: Resources for the Representation of Linguistic Interaction
Information and resources on theory, method, practice, and ethics in the transcription of discourse.
Language and the Body in a Material World
A symposium on linguistic communication and embodied social action.
Ethnographic Methods in Sociocultural Linguistics
A workshop on ethnographic research methods held in association with the 2007 LSA Institute.
Vox California: Cultural Meanings of Linguistic Diversity
An interdisciplinary conference exploring all aspects of linguistic diversity in California.
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