Rosalie Edmonds is a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles. She received her PhD from the UCLA Department of Anthropology in 2019. Her doctoral dissertation, Language Ideologies, Conservation Ideologies: Communication and Collaboration at a Cameroonian Wildlife Sanctuary, explores issues surrounding multilingualism, expertise, and authority through an examination of the intercultural and cross-species communication involved in rehabilitating chimpanzees.
Teaching Winter 2021
ANTHRO M152P: Lang Develp. & Socialization
ANTHRO 154Q: Gender & Language in Society
Teaching Spring 2021
ANTHRO M150: Language in Culture
ANTHRO 159: Topics in Linguistic Anthropology
Multilingualism; language ideologies; conversation analysis; institutional talk; wildlife conservation; Cameroon
In progress Multilingualism and the Politics of Participation at a Cameroonian Wildlife Sanctuary
2018 “Students as Language Experts: Collaboration and Correction in a Bilingual Cameroonian Classroom.” International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.