December 31st, 2017 | 48 mins 4 secs
acadian, canada, carrie gillon, discrimination, french, french canadian, language, laurentian, lingusitics, manitoba, megan figueroa, metis, nicole rosen, science, sociolinguitics, winnipeg
Megan and Carrie talk with Nicole Rosen, Canada Research Chair in Language Interactions at the University of Manitoba about Canadian French, including Laurentian, Acadian and Métis French. We discuss the politics, history and features of Canadian French, including the distinct features of the variety spoken in Winnipeg (where Nicole is from).
December 10th, 2017 | 48 mins 21 secs
appalachia, appalachian mountains, carrie gillon, discrimination, language, lingusitics, megan figueroa, paul reed, science, sociolinguitics, southern language
Carrie and Megan talk with Paul Reed, Assistant Professor in the Department of Communicative Disorders at the University of Alabama. They discuss Appalachian English (and how it's the Southerniest of Southern), hollers, and Jack tales.
November 26th, 2017 | 40 mins 10 secs
carmen fought, chicana, chicano english, discrimination, language, lingusitics, science, sociolinguitics, spanglish
Megan and Carrie talk with Carmen Fought about Chicano English, why it matters, and why it isn't the same as Spanglish. Carmen Fought is a Professor of Linguistics at Pitzer College.