Glossographia: the year in review, 2014

So, overall, it’s been a good year.  Got tenure, gave five talks, taught new classes, lots of things in the pipeline, and setting up for more to come.   Here at the ol’ blogatorium, though, things were fairly quiet compared to 2013.   In the spring, I posted the first set of Lexiculture papers, and in the fall, I was tickled pink to have my students from my Anthro-X seminar post reviews of current books on culture and cognition.   But almost certainly my favourite post was The Case of the Missing Pi Day 4s, featuring three of my favourite things, language, numerals, and pie.

Thanks to all my loyal readers as Glossographia is now past its sixth birthday.  Having begun as a present to myself for getting hired on the tenure track, it (like its author) can enter the serene mid-career stage.   All the best in the year to come!

Author: schrisomalis

Anthropologist, Wayne State University. Professional numbers guy. Rare Words: Blog:

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