Studies in the Anthropology of Language, Sign, and Social Life
Studies in the Anthropology of Language, Sign, and Social Life focuses on cutting-edge developments in the analysis of linguistic and semiotic processes within a comparative, ethnographic, and socio-historical context. The series provides a home for innovative, boundary-pushing scholarship in linguistic anthropology, as well as work in sociolinguistics, the sociology of interaction, and semiotics. Including both ethnographic monographs and theoretical explorations, books in this series present new ways of understanding the centrality of language and other sign systems to social and cultural life.
Series editor: Jack Sidnell, University of Toronto