For Cultural Anthropology 2018-2019 we read chapter 4 on “Language” (91-115) in Essentials of Cultural Anthropology.

In August 2019, authors Melanie Brown and Hilary Parsons Dick examine language policing as one of many processes that contribute to the racialization of Latinx Spanish speakers: Speak American.

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