How the Rosetta Stone unlocked
Discovered in Egypt by Napoleon’s conquering forces, this plain-looking slab was the key to cracking the code of Egyptian hieroglyphics.(See more)
First Language: More than Words
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One Saturday morning, perhaps as late as the fall of 1980, professor David McNeill met with graduate student Elena Levy at his University of Chicago linguistics lab to (See more)
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GLOCAL, The Global Council for Anthropological Linguistics, at SOAS, University of London is a committee steering annual conferences, publications, and media, as well as research on Linguistic Anthropology for respective regions globally.
The GLOCAL supports Linguistic Anthropology in academic and social sectors and provides grants for students with exceptional work, as well as assistance for research on multiple levels. GLOCAL was initially developed in 2010 through efforts to increase knowledge of Linguistic and Cultural Anthropology, and Language and Society.
Official member of World Council on Anthropological Associations
JALA Journal Volume 3, Issue 2, April 2021, pulished
AFALA conference to behosted at The University of Nairobi, September 2021
CALA 2021 conference to be hosted at University of The Philippines Dilliman.