Jane Hill

Regents’ Professor

Jane H. Hill (Ph.D. UCLA, 1966) Regents' Professor of Anthropology and Linguistics. Research Interests: Native American languages (especially sociolinguistics), language and racism, language and political economy, narrative and discourse.

    Selected publications:

  • "Spanish in the indigenous languages of Mesoamerica and the Southwest: Beyond state theory to the dynamic of incorporation and resistance", Southwestern Journal of Linguistics 12 (1-2): 87-108
  • "Language, race, and white public space", American Anthropologist, 1998
  • "Tohono O'odham Plurals" (with Ofelia Zepeda), Anthropological Linguistics, 1998.