Diversity

Interdisciplinarity

Intersectionality

"New" New Ways of Analyzing Variation

November 4-6, 2010

San Antonio, Texas

 

 

 

39NWAV

The University of Texas at San Antonio

Thursday November 4th, 2010

 

 A Workshop on Language Diversity in the Curriculum: Principles and Programs

 

Conveners   

Walt Wolfram

North Carolina State University

Jeff Reaser

North Carolina State University

 

 

 

New Ways of Analyzing Sociosyntactic Variation

 

Stefan Grondelaers (Convener)

Radboud University of Nijmegen

Dirk Speelman (Convener)

University of Leuven

 

Towards Best Practices in Sociophonetics

 

Marianna Di Paolo (Convener)

University of Utah

Malcah Yaeger-Dror (Convener)

University of Arizona and LDC

Christopher Cieri

Linguistic Data Consortium

Stephanie Strassel

Linguistic Data Consortium

Zsuzsanna Fagyal

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champain

 

 

Friday November 5th, 2010

 

PLOTNIK/PRAAT Interaction and Automatic Vowel Analysis  

 

William Labov (Convener)

Ingrid Rosenfelder

University of Pennsylvania

 

Participants, purpose, and process: An interactive workshop on data collection in variationist sociolinguistics

 

Christine Mallinson (Convener)

University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Becky Childs (Convener)

Coastal Carolina University

Gerard van Herk (Convener)

Memorial University

 

Quantitative Analysis with Rbrul and R   

 

Daniel Ezra Johnson (Convener)

Unaffiliated Scholar

 

Saturday November 6th, 2010

 

Geolinguistics

 

Bill Kretzschmar (Convener)

University of Georgia

John Nerbonne (Convener)

University of Groningen

Paulina Bounds (Convener)

University of Georgia

 

Using statistical tools to explain linguistic variation: A state of the art workshop for NWAV 39   

 

Sali Tagliamonte (Convener)

University of Toronto

Daniel Ezra Johnson

Unaffiliated Scholar

Greg Guy

New York University

Harald Baayen

University of Alberta

Robert Sigley

Daito Bunka University

Katie Drager

University of Hawai’i

Jennifer Hay

University of Canterbury

 

 

 

 

Issues in Field Methodologies in Younger Populations   

 

Maryam Bakht (Convener)

New York University/ Hunter College

Mary Bucholtz

 University of California at Santa Barbara

Penny Eckert

 Stanford University

 Lea Harper

 University of California at Santa Barbara

 Amy Wong

New York University