Jane H. Hill

LSA 117: Linguistic anthropology of language contact

Jane H. Hill is Regents' Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics at the University of Arizona. Her interests include Native American languages in holistic perspective, including historical and socio-linguistics, discourse, language endangerment, and language contact. She has worked as well on language and discourse in White racism, with an emphasis on linguistic appropriation exemplified by Mock Spanish. She has published over 100 articles and chapters and 7 books. Her most recent books are A Grammar of Cupeño (University of California Publications in Linguistics, 136, 2005) and The Everyday Language of White Racism (Wiley-Blackwell 2008).

External website: http://anthro.web.arizona.edu/people/display_fac_details.php?id=27

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