The SCAala

SEEKING TO REDEFINE SCHOLARSHIP ON SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICAN LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY

FEATURED PUBLICATION

LANGUAGE, CULUTRE AND SOCIETY

THE SCAALA

SCAALA, The South and Central American Assembly on Linguistic Anthropology, is a yearly conference on Linguistic Anthropology with a focus on South and Central American, and Caribbean, countries and regions. Scholars from around the world gather to engage in various fields surrounding Linguistic Anthropology, though this in no way limits interest to those working on South, and Central America, and on the Caribbean, nor simply to Linguistic Anthropologists, Linguistics, or Anthropologists.

MOBILITY
Networking multiple universities, the conference venue shifts yearly, where the Conference Main committee, advised by the Conference Scientific committee, collaborates with the respective universities for each conference.
FACETS

The SCAALA framework includes support for all academics to present, publish, and grow, and
thus to collaborate with institutions globally to effect this growth.

FIRST CALL

To be updated.

CONFERENCE

THE SCAALA 2020 will be updated soon

General Editor Li Wei | University College London |

Managing Editor Miguel Pérez-Milans | University College London |

An international platform for cutting-edge research that advances thinking and understanding of the complex intersections of language, culture and society. 

Affiliates

GLOBAL AFFILIATE INSTITUTIONS