Monthly Archives: June 2015

A linguistic anthropologist breaks his arm: Indexical order of an elbow brace

Wednesday evening I was biking, sideswiped by a car. Right arm broken in 2 places, immobilized. Here are a few stray observations. — Daniel Ginsberg (@NemaVeze) June 19, 2015 It’s been a week since this crash happened, which is more

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If I have data from one classroom, how can I talk about race?

A lot of social science treats race (I prefer the term “ethnicity,” because it highlights the sociocultural rather than biological nature of it) as an independent variable, a category that people are born into, and that to some extent determines

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