This past weekend, Jason McLarty, Tyler Kendall, Charlotte Vaughn, and Charlie Farrington presented papers at NWAV 46, which was held at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, WI.

Tyler Kendall and Valerie Fridland: (Part of the “Sociolinguistics of bad data” workshop)

Tyler Kendall: Using large corpora in sociolinguistics (part of the “Sociolinguistics and forensic speech science: knowledge- and data-sharing” workshop)

Jason McLarty, Charlotte Vaughn, and Tyler Kendall: Acoustic correlates of perceived prominence in African American English and European American English

Charlie Farrington: Incomplete neutralization in African American English: The role of vowel duration

Jason McLarty talking about some prosody