Online Appendix for
The Open Letter: Responses and Recommendations (LSA 2022)
Kastner, Kotek, Anonymous, Dockum, Dow, Esipova, Green, Snider
Expanded media coverage of TOL including blogs, open letters, and podcasts
Kastner et al. 2021. Who speaks for us? Lessons from the Pinker letter (paper preprint)
Additional talk references
Adger, David. 2020. That LSA letter.
Borer, Hagit. 2020a. Power differentials and the SP petition.
Borer, Hagit. 2020b. No one defended the Pinker open letter? Really??
Charity Hudley, Anne H.; Christine Mallinson; and Mary Bucholtz. 2020. Toward racial justice in linguistics: Interdisciplinary insights into theorizing race in the discipline and diversifying the profession. Language 96.e200–e235.
Cheryan, Sapna; John Oliver Siy; Marissa Vichayapai; Benjamin J. Drury; and Saenam Kim. 2011. Do female and male role models who embody STEM stereotypes hinder women’s anticipated success in STEM? Social Psychological and Personality Science 2.656-664.
Cundiff, Jessica L.; Theresa K. Vescio; Eric Loken; and Lawrence Lo. 2013. Do gender–science stereotypes predict science identification and science career aspirations among undergraduate science majors? Social Psychology of Education 16.541-554.
Dow, Michael. 2020. Who signed the Pinker letter?
Esipova, Maria. 2020. On Steven Pinker and Heather Mac Donald.
Green, Caitlin. 2020. How bad is that LSA letter, though?
Grice, H. P. 1975. Logic and conversation. Speech acts, ed. by Peter Cole and Jerry Morgan, 41-58. New York: Academic Press.
Horn, L. 1989. A natural history of negation. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
Partee, Barbara. 2020. My response to the Pinker petition — open letter to the linguistics community.
Pesetsky, David. 2020. Facebook post. 7 July 2020.
Rett, Jessica. 2020. Open letter regarding Steven Pinker & the LSA.
Snider, Todd. 2020. How a debate among linguists became a prop for status quo champions.
Walton, Gregory M., and Geoffrey L. Cohen. 2007. A question of belonging: race, social fit, and achievement. Journal of personality and social psychology 92.82-96.
Note: The authors of this site, affiliated links, and the Who speaks for us? manuscript are not the authors of the original open letter