WYRED at NWAV
Senior Lecturer Erica Gold and her WYRED project are busy at NWAV (New Ways of Analyzing Variation) 46, held this week at the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Erica is co-hosting the session on Sociolinguistics and forensic speech science: Knowledge- and data-sharing with Vincent Hughes, Jessica Wormald, Tyler Kendall, Yvan Rose & Natalie Schilling.
Along with research assistants Kate Earnshaw and Sula Ross, she's also presenting the project's work on Variation in filled pauses across speaking styles and boroughs within West Yorkshire: Implications for forensic speaker comparisons.
The full schedule, along with abstracts for Erica and colleagues' work, can be found here.