Dr Joe Blythe awarded Benjamin Meaker visiting fellowship hosted by EXCD.lab

Dr Joe Blythe awarded Benjamin Meaker visiting fellowship hosted by EXCD.lab

With the assistance of a Benjamin Meaker visiting fellowship, Dr Joe Blythe was recently hosted by Professor Fiona Jordan’s EXCD.lab (Exploring the Evolution of Cross-Cultural Diversity), based at the University of Bristol Department of Anthropology and Archaeology. Joe’s visit coincided with the workshop Children’s Acquisition of Kinship Knowledge: Theory and Method.

Read more about Joe’s work in some recent publications:

Forshaw, W., Davidson, L., Kelly, B., Nordlinger, R., Wigglesworth, G., & Blythe, J. (2017). The acquisition of Murrinh-Patha (Northern Australia). In M. Fortescue, M. Mithun, & N. Evans (Eds.), The handbook of polysynthesis (pp. 473-494). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Blythe, J. (2017). Genesis of the trinity: The convergent evolution of trirelational kinterms. In P. McConvell, P. Kelly, & S. Lacrampe (Eds.), Skin, kin and clan: The dynamics of social categories in Indigenous Australia (pp. 431-471). Canberra: ANU EPress.

Blythe, J., Gardner, R., Mushin, I., & Stirling, L. (in press, 2018). Tools of engagement: Selecting a next speaker in Australian Aboriginal multiparty conversations. Research on Language and Social Interaction.

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