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    1. R Reproducing Actions, Reproducing Power: Local Ideologies and Everyday Practices of Participation at a California Community Bike Shop
      1. Lynnette Arnold
    2. R Temporality and Textual Engagement in a Middle School English Language Arts Classroom
      1. Sarah S. Meacham
    3. R How to Say Things with Wars: Performativity and Discursive Rupture in the Requerimiento of the Spanish Conquest
      1. Paja Faudree
    4. R Continuous Perfectibility: Pueblo Propriety and the Consequences of Literacy
      1. Erin Debenport

Book Review Article

    1. R La Francophonie and Beyond: Comparative Methods in Studies of Linguistic Minorities
      1. Sonia Neela Das

Book Reviews

    1. R Humboldt, Worldview and LanguageJames W. Underhill. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 2009. xii + 161 pp..
      1. Hans Aarsleff
    2. R The Occult Life of Things: Native Amazonian Theories of Materiality and PersonhoodFernando Santos-Granero, ed. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2009. viii + 277 pp..
      1. Christopher Ball
    3. R Variation in Indigenous Minority LanguagesJames N. Stanford & Dennis R. Preston, eds. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2009. vi + 519..
      1. Anna M. Babel
    4. R Allah Made Us: Sexual Outlaws in an Islamic CityRudolf Pell Gaudio. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. xv + 237pp..
      1. Karen Smid
    5. R A New Language, A New World: Italian Immigrants in the United States, 1890-1945Nancy C. Carnevale, Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2009. ix + 243 pp..
      1. Valentina Pagliai
    6. R The Real Hiphop: Battling for Knowledge, Power, and Respect in the LA UndergroundMorgan Marcyliena. Durham: Duke University Press, 2009. x + 227 pp..
      1. Krystal A. Smalls
    7. R Language, Space, and Social Relationships: A Foundational Cultural Model in PolynesiaGiovanni Bennardo. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. xxiii + 371 pp..
      1. Alexander Mawyer
    8. R Conversation Analysis: Comparative PerspectivesJack Sidnell, ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2009. xviii + 441 pp..
      1. Ignasi Clemente
    9. R Bilingual Education in the 21st Century: A Global PerspectiveGarcía Ofelia. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. pp. xiv + 481..
      1. Andrew Babson
    10. R Lessons from a Quechua strongwoman: Ideophony, Dialogue and PerspectiveJanis B. Nuckolls. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2010. xvii + 229pp..
      1. Simeon Floyd
    11. R Essential Readings in Biosemiotics: Anthology and CommentaryDonald Favareau(ed.). Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer. v + 880 pp..
      1. Joshua Reno
    12. R Social Dimensions of Modern TamilE. Annamalai. Chennai, India: Cre-A:, 2011. 196 pp..
      1. Constantine V. Nakassis
    13. R Dying WordsNicholas Evans. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. xxii?+?287pp.. 196(3ó,ØÔ܈ö‚|èù‚|ÿÿÿÿåù‚| Ùç÷ƒ|ìݸÙ÷ƒ|xdÛçú‚|+û‚|´ÞˆÙ÷ƒ|àáèáìݨF²q»%‡Làô˜áÿÿÿÿ ÞäÜàF²qG²q°Ž,ÚÚÕ“Ðw Øw8n¨ò0Ú—iÐw˜n8nï’Ðw4Ú‘Ðw „Ú°ŽÐw ÿxÚµCÐwÚ¶hÐw”Ú‘Ðw äÚ°ŽÐw TÛ¨Ýÿ'ÛÛ,Û ¦Òw °Ž¨=ô¨Ýu¦Òw Èô—zDÛÕuÓwDÛäuÓw'¨Ýôâ¶É†L '»%‡L\æœåãç÷ƒ|è çœÝçú‚|+û‚|+û‚|üà„ã|œžpá´ÞØÛœèÛÃ|x"$ÈÜÉù‚|Øåù‚|€"$2 ƒ|@½ˆ| ƒ|üß
      1. Brad Montgomery-Anderson
    14. R Englishes Around the World: An IntroductionEdgar W. Schneider. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2011. xx?+?258 pp..ó,ØÔ܈ö‚|èù‚|ÿÿÿÿåù‚| Ùç÷ƒ|ìݸÙ÷ƒ|xdÛçú‚|+û‚|´ÞˆÙ÷ƒ|àáèáìݨF²q»%‡Lp ô˜áÿÿÿÿ ÞäÜàF²qG²q°Ž,ÚÚÕ“Ðw Øw8n¨ò0Ú—iÐw˜n8nï’Ðw4Ú‘Ðw „Ú°ŽÐw ÿxÚµCÐwÚ¶hÐw”Ú‘Ðw äÚ°ŽÐw TÛ¨ÝÿÎ.\'ÛÛ,Û ¦Òw °Ž—ô¨Ýu¦Òw رó—zDÛÕuÓwDÛäuÓw'¨Ýôâ¶É†LÌ.\ '»%‡L\æœåãç÷ƒ|è çœÝçú‚|+û‚|+û‚|üà„ã|œžpá´ÞØÛœèÛÃ|xÇÈÜÉù‚|Øåù‚|€Ç2 ƒ|@½ˆ| ƒ|üß
      1. Lauren Zentz
    15. R Ethnographic Fieldwork: A Beginner's GuideJan Blommaert & Dong Jie. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2010. 92 pp..
      1. Judith M. S. Pine
    16. R Language, Culture, and Mind: Natural Constructions and Social KindsPaul Kockelman. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. ix?+?246pp..$,ØÔ܈ö‚|èù‚|ÿÿÿÿåù‚| Ùç÷ƒ|ìݸÙ÷ƒ|xdÛçú‚|+û‚|´ÞˆÙ÷ƒ|àáèáìݨF²q»%‡L ô˜áÿÿÿÿ ÞäÜàF²qG²q°Ž,ÚÚÕ“Ðw Øw8n¨ò0Ú—iÐw˜n8nï’Ðw4Ú‘Ðw „Ú°ŽÐw ÿxÚµCÐwÚ¶hÐw”Ú‘Ðw äÚ°ŽÐw TÛ¨Ýÿ¶R'ÛÛ,Û ¦Òw °Ž`Kô¨Ýu¦Òw  Bô—zDÛÕuÓwDÛäuÓw'¨Ýôâ¶É†L¶R '»%‡L\æœåãç÷ƒ|è çœÝçú‚|+û‚|+û‚|üà„ã|œžpá´ÞØÛœèÛÃ|xÇÈÜÉù‚|Øåù‚|€Ç2 ƒ|@½ˆ| ƒ|üß
      1. Mark A. Sicoli
    17. R Converting Words: Maya in the Age of the CrossWilliam Hanks. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2010. 439 pp..
      1. Sergio Romero
    18. R The Function of Proverbs in Discourse: The Case of a Mexican Transnational Social NetworkElías Domínguez BarajasJoshua A. Fishman. New York: De Gruyter Mouton, 2010. 189 pp..
      1. Erik Aasland
    19. R Maya Ethnolinguistic Identity: Violence, Cultural Rights, and Modernity in Highland GuatemalaBrigittine M. FrenchTucson: University of Arizona Press, 2010. pp. xi?+?161pp..ØÔ܈ö‚|èù‚|ÿÿÿÿåù‚| Ùç÷ƒ|ìݸÙ÷ƒ|xdÛçú‚|+û‚|´ÞˆÙ÷ƒ|àáèáìݨF²q»%‡L0Ýó˜áÿÿÿÿ ÞäÜàF²qG²q°Ž,ÚÚÕ“Ðw Øw8n¨ò0Ú—iÐw˜n8nï’Ðw4Ú‘Ðw „Ú°ŽÐw ÿxÚµCÐwÚ¶hÐw”Ú‘Ðw äÚ°ŽÐw TÛ¨Ýÿž.#'ÛÛ,Û ¦Òw °Ž`~ô¨Ýu¦Òw °ô—zDÛÕuÓwDÛäuÓw'¨Ýôâ¶É†Lœ.# '»%‡L\æœåãç÷ƒ|è çœÝçú‚|+û‚|+û‚|üà„ã|œžpá´ÞØÛœèÛÃ|xÇÈÜÉù‚|Øåù‚|€Ç2 ƒ|@½ˆ| ƒ|üß
      1. Joyce Bennet
    20. R Hip Hop Desis: South Asian Americans, Blackness, and a Global Race ConsciousnessNitasha Tamar Sharma. Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, 2010. xiv + 351 pp..
      1. Constantine V. Nakassis
    21. R Gender, Sexuality, and Meaning: Linguistic Practice and PoliticsSally McConnell-Ginet. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. vi?+?282 pp..$,ØÔ܈ö‚|èù‚|ÿÿÿÿåù‚| Ùç÷ƒ|ìݸÙ÷ƒ|xdÛçú‚|+û‚|´ÞˆÙ÷ƒ|àáèáìݨF²q»%‡Lp ô˜áÿÿÿÿ ÞäÜàF²qG²q°Ž,ÚÚÕ“Ðw Øw8n¨ò0Ú—iÐw˜n8nï’Ðw4Ú‘Ðw „Ú°ŽÐw ÿxÚµCÐwÚ¶hÐw”Ú‘Ðw äÚ°ŽÐw TÛ¨Ýÿ¦$'ÛÛ,Û ¦Òw °ŽX«ô¨Ýu¦Òw  ±ô—zDÛÕuÓwDÛäuÓw'¨Ýôâ¶É†L¤$ '»%‡L\æœåãç÷ƒ|è çœÝçú‚|+û‚|+û‚|üà„ã|œžpá´ÞØÛœèÛÃ|@ÇÈÜÉù‚|Øåù‚|HÇ2 ƒ|@½ˆ| ƒ|üß
      1. Devorah Shubowitz

Publications Received

    1. R Publications received 2010–2012