Alessandro Duranti is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and served as Dean of Social After completing a treatise on the field of linguistic anthropology for the Cambridge University Press series in linguistics (Duranti ). PDF | On, Susana Cortés and others published Alessandro Duranti.”Linguistic anthropology”. Linguistic Anthropology. anthro at ucla:: [email protected] Alessandro Duranti – Home Page Alessandro Duranti is Distinguished Professor of.
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Quaderni di cultura didattica. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences.
The Socio-cultural Contexted. An Essay in Anthro;ology Ethnopragmatics. Essays in Honor of Susan Ervin-Tripped. Language as a Non-Neutral Medium.
In the s, he carried out fieldwork among Samoan immigrants in Southern California to study, in collaboration with Elinor Ochs, how second generation Samoan children were being socialized in the context of a bicultural, bilingual environment. Studi di Grammatica Italiana7: Duranti Action and It’s Parts.
Journal of the Polynesian Society International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Un lessico per le scienze umane. A special issue of the Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 9. Agency in Samoan Political Discourse. Duranti In and Out of Intersubjective Attunement.
Duranti The Anthropology of Intentions: Working Papers in Sociolinguistics, ed. The Cambridge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Ed.
Voyages, Botany, and Representation of Nature, Cambridge: Pandolfi Itinerari delle Emozioni: Language in Life and a Life in Language: Deborah Tannen and James Alatis. Conflict, Understanding, udranti Change in a Samoan Fono.
Franco Angeli, and M. Female Body and Identity in the Italian South.
Linguistic Anthropology – Alessandro Duranti – Google Books
Lenguaje, cultura y sociedad. Studies in Language Quaderni del ramo d’oro6, pp.
On the future of anthropology: Duranti fully embraced an anthropological perspective on language through his collaboration with Elinor Ochs during and after their fieldwork in then Western Samoa in and Quaderni del ramo d’oro 3: Only electronic version available at: Duranti was trained in linguistics at the Sapienza University of Rome laurea,where he studied general linguistics and ethnolinguistics with Giorgio Raimondo Cardonaand at the University of Southern California PhD,where he specialized in Bantu languages under Larry Hyman while working with Elinor Ochs on the conversational foundations of Italian word order patterns.