Elimination of “Linguistically Isolated” as Classification by the U.S. Census Bureau

AAA experts on Language and Social Justice from the Committee for Human Rights and the Society for Linguistic Anthropology have been working with the U.S. Census Bureau for several years to spur terminology change in the tabulation of household language data. As a result of our extensive communication with the U.S. Census Bureau, and with the … Continue reading Elimination of “Linguistically Isolated” as Classification by the U.S. Census Bureau

The Census: May AN Now Online

May Anthropology News In Focus commentaries on the census are now posted on our Current Featured News page, free to the public throughout the month. This month’s In Focus articles are by Laurie Schwede; Laura R Graham and Ana Celia Zentella; Jennifer Leeman; Jack Garrett; Catherine Bliss; John Ziker, Per Axelsson, Peter Sköld and David … Continue reading The Census: May AN Now Online