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    1. R From Paris to Pueblo and Back: (Re-)Emigration and the Modernist Chronotope in Cultural Performance
      1. David Divita
    2. R Anthropological Idiolects and Minoritizing Translation in Galician Ethnography
      1. Sharon R. Roseman
    3. R From TV Personality to Fans and Beyond: Indexical Bleaching and the Diffusion of a Media Innovation
      1. Lauren Squires
    4. R Linguistic Relativity and Dialectical Idiomatization: Language Ideologies and Second Language Acquisition in the Irish Language Revival of Northern Ireland
      1. Olaf Zenker

Methods Forum

    1. R What Words Bring to the Table: The Linguistic Anthropological Toolkit as Applied to the Study of Food
      1. Jillian R. Cavanaugh
        Kathleen C. Riley
        Alexandra Jaffe
        Christine Jourdan
        Martha Karreb[ash]k
        Amy Paugh

Book Reviews

    1. R Second Language Socialization and Learner Agency: Adoptive Family TalkLyn Wright Fogle. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 2012. x + 203 pp..
      1. Netta Avineri
    2. R The Semiotics of Religion: Signs of the Sacred in HistoryRobert A. Yelle. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2013. xii + 242pp..
      1. Kristina Wirtz
    3. R Ethnography, Superdiversity, and Linguistic Landscapes: Chronicles of ComplexityJan Blommaert. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. xiv + 125pp..
      1. Nishaant Choksi
    4. R Linguistic Relativities: Language Diversity and Modern ThoughtJohn Leavitt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. pp. x + 278pp..
      1. Sean O'Neill
    5. R Irish/ness Is All Around Us. Language Revivalism and the Culture of Ethnic Identity in Northern IrelandOlaf Zenker. New York & Oxford: Berghahn, 2013. pp. 310..
      1. Diarmait Mac Giolla Chríost