Ph.D. University of Arizona (Anthropology and Linguistics), 2001
Professor Meek’s current research and teaching focus on representations and performances of linguistic difference in the management of social inequality.
(2013) The poetics of language revitilzations: Text, performance, and change, Journal of Folklore Research
(2011) Failing Native American languages, American Indian Culture and Research Journal
(2007) Respecting the language of the elders: Ideological shift and linguistic discontinuity in a Northern Athapascan community, Journal of Linguistic Anthropology
(2006) And the Injun goes how!: Respresentations of American Indian English in (white) public space, Language in Society