UCLA Dept. of Anthropology
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1553.
I'm a Ph.D. candidate in Linguistic Anthropology at UCLA. I'm
working on my
dissertation, entitled "Judeo-Spanish in Israel: Ideological Bases for
Maintenance and Decline".
Judeo-Spanish language and folklore, language shift, language maintenance, language ideology, language and nationalism, Hebrew revitalization.
Reconciling Change: Creating Coherence through Sephardic Narrative.
Paper given at the Invited Presidential Symposium of the 98th Annual Meeting
of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago 1999
It hurts my heart: Language Shift and Language Ideology in the Sephardic
Community of Jerusalem. Paper given at the 11th British Conference on
Judeo-Spanish Studies, London June 1999
These are the words they dont put in these stories: The Negotiation
Sephardic Moral Frameworks through Narrative. Paper given at PRAGMA, Tel
Aviv 1999 & the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Seattle 1998