Sociophonetics Workshop, 16-19 July 2019, ANU
We are welcoming a team of experts on sociophonetics to ANU, to talk about their latest research and address key questions in the field. The sessions will go from 9.30-11.30am each day, and will consist of a one-hour talk, followed by a 30-minute break and then 30 minutes for questions and discussion.
Please indicate which morning sessions you will attend:
16 July - Jen Hay (University of Canterbury): "What does it mean to know a word?"
17 July - Paul Foulkes (University of York) and Gerry Docherty (Griffith University): "It all comes out in the wash? Striking a balance in the analysis of speech corpora"
18 July - James Walker (La Trobe University): “Vowel Devoicing in São Paulo Portuguese”
19 July - Katie Drager (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa): “Sociolinguistic Variation and Social Meaning in Hawai’i”
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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