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How does a 2-year-old remember a funny accent after many months?

This is for you, NWAV44! The biggest annual conference in variationist sociolinguistics, NWAV, is taking place right now in Toronto. There was a time in my life when I would’ve never missed an NWAV, but this is the second year in a … Continue reading

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2011 Retrospective

I’m inspired by Rachel Cotterill’s recent post to take this moment to reflect on the past twelve months. I told Jefferson that I’d try to balance this post between work-related events and personal ones, and he suggested I just do … Continue reading

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All About Vocalisation

Time to put the name of this blog to use!  You may recall that one of my motivations for calling this “vocalized/vocalised” is because of my interest in L-vocalization across varieties of English.  That interest is presently taking the form … Continue reading

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this post subject to “severe weather” restrictions

You may have heard that it’s been snowing a lot in the United Kingdom.  It was snowing throughout December, but last week’s storm was particularly intense, especially in the way it hit Southern England (where London is) and causing havoc … Continue reading

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