Jessica Grieser

Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee

Presentations

Locating Language, Ohio State University Spring Symposium. Columbus, OH. Unexpected, Owned, Contrasted: Constructing a Border Neighborhood in the Sociolinguistic Interview. April 2013.

Linguistic Society of America 2013 Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. [t]inking About Takoma: Race, Place and Style  at the border of Washington, D.C.  January 2013.

New Ways of Analyzing Variation 41. (NWAV) Bloomington, IN.  [t]inking About Takoma: Race, Place and Style  at the border of Washington, D.C. October 2012.

Symposium About Language and Society—Austin XX. (SALSA) Austin, TX. [t]inking About Takoma: Race, Place and Style  at the border of Washington, D.C. April 2012.

Georgetown University Linguistic Landscape Symposium (GULLS) 2011. Washington, D.C. The Landscape of Livejournal. Poster. April 2011.

Georgetown University Round Table on Linguistics (GURT) 2011. Washington, D.C. Rekeying, Contrastive Individuation, and Othering: an Intertextual Analysis of White-Knighting in an All-Women Fandom. March 2011.

Sociolinguistics Symposium 18. Southampton, UK. The Use of African American English Features in Audience-Directed Style-Shifting in Washington, D.C. September 2010.

New Ways of Analyzing Variation 38. (NWAV) Ottawa, Canada. The Effect of Dialect Features on the Perception of ‘Correctness’ in English-Word Voting Patterns on Forvo.com. October 2009.

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