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Tyanna Slobe



Contact Information

Email    tyanna@ucla.edu
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Fields of Study

Linguistic Anthropology; Visual Anthropology

Research

Linguistic variation and identity; embodiment; prosody; interaction in institutions; language and gender; adolescence; high schools; youth political participation; Santiago, Chile; Los Angeles, CA

Publications

Slobe, Tyanna (2018). Style, Stance, and Social Meaning in Mock White Girl. Language In Society 47(4).

Slobe, Tyanna (2016). Creepy-Ass Cracker in post-racial America: Don West’s examination of Rachel Jeantel in the George Zimmerman murder trial. Text & Talk 36(5): 613-635.

Grants and Awards

National Science Foundation, Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant

UCLA Graduate Research Mentorship

UCLA International Institute Fieldwork Fellowship

International Gender and Language Association, Best Graduate Student Paper

UCLA Center for the Study of Women, Honorable Mention for Best Graduate Student Paper

Advisors

Norma Mendoza-Denton

Marjorie Harness Goodwin

Erin Debenport

H. Samy Alim

Patricia Keating

Degrees

B.A., English and Spanish, Colorado State University (2013)

M.A., Linguistics, University of Colorado (2015)