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Margaret Field

Margaret Field is a Professor of American Indian Studies at San Diego State University. Her research interests include language socialization, language ideology, and the sociolinguistics and pragmatics of American Indian languages. Her recent publications include Native American Language Ideologies: Language Beliefs, Practices, and Struggles in Indian Country, co-edited with Paul Kroskrity (2009); “Kumeyaay Stories: Bridges Between the Oral Tradition and Contemporary Classroom Practice” in Telling Stories in the Face of Danger (2011); and “Kumeyaay Language Variation, Group Identity, and the Land” in the Journal of American Linguistics (2012).

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