Recent LVC Lab publications

Arnson, Shelby and Charlie Farrington. 2017. Twentieth century sound change in Washington DC African American English. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics: Vol. 23: Iss. 2, Article 2. <PDF via PWPL>

Farrington, Charlie. 2018. Incomplete neutralization in African American English: The case of final consonant voicing. Language Variation and Change 30(3): 361-383.

Farrington, Charlie, Tyler Kendall and Valerie Fridland. 2018. Vowel dynamics in the Southern Vowel Shift. American Speech 93.2: 186-222.

Farrington, Charlie and Natalie Schilling. In press. Contextualizing CORAAL:DC: AAL in the nation’s capital. American Speech 94.1: 21-35.

Kendall, Tyler and Charlie Farrington (eds.) 2019. Exploring African American Language in the Nation’s Capital: Studies with the Corpus of Regional African American Language. American Speech 94.1.

Kendall, Tyler and Valerie Fridland. 2017. Regional Relationships among the Low Vowels of U.S. English: Evidence from Production and Perception. Language Variation and Change 29.2: 245 – 271.

McLarty, Jason. 2018. African American Language and European American English Intonation Variation Over Time in The American South. American Speech 93.1: 32-78.

McLarty, Jason, Taylor Jones, and Christopher Hall. 2019. Corpus-based sociophonetic approaches to postvocalic r-lessness in African American Language. American Speech 94.1: 92-109.

Vaughn, Charlotte, and Tyler Kendall. 2018. Listener sensitivity to probabilistic conditioning of sociolinguistic variables: The case of (ING). Journal of Memory and Language 103: 58-73.

Vaughn, Charlotte, Tyler Kendall, and Kaylynn Gunter. 2018. Probing the Social Meaning of English Adjective Intensifiers as a Class Lab Project. American Speech 93.2: 298-311.