Selected Presentations (see CV for complete list)
Kohn, Mary and Charlie Farrington. Changing individuals, changing language? Paper to be presented at Sound Change in Interacting Human Systems, 3rd biennial workshop. Berkeley, CA, May.
Farrington, Charlie and Jason McLarty. Aspectual markers in southern African American English from a construction based approach. Paper to be presented at CWSL 1: Cascadia Workshop in Sociolinguistics. Victoria, BC, March.
Kendall, Tyler, Jason McLarty and Charlie Farrington. Perhaps we used to, but we don’t anymore: The Habitual past in Oregonian English. Paper presented at NWAV 42: New Ways of Analyzing Variation. Pittsburgh, PA. October.
Kohn, Mary and Charlie Farrington. Language variation on the move: A longitudinal study of mobile and non-mobile adolescents. Paper presented at NWAV 42: New Ways of Analyzing Language Variation. Pittsburgh, PA. October.
Fridland, Valerie, Tyler Kendall and Charlie Farrington. The role of duration in regional U.S. vowel shifts. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 19: 060296.
Kendall, Tyler, Valerie Fridland and Charlie Farrington. More on the production and perception of regional vowel differences in the U.S. Paper presented at Experimental Approaches to the Perception and Production of Language Variation. Copenhagen, March.
Kohn, Mary and Charlie Farrington. ‘Girls say I sound country’: Correlating African American metalinguistic awareness with vowel production. Paper presented at American Dialect Society 2013 Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, January.
Kohn, Mary and Charlie Farrington. The shifty vowels of African American youth: A longitudinal study. Paper presented at Linguistic Society of America 2013 Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, January.
Farrington, Charlie. The social distribution of devoicing in urban southern African American English. Paper presented at NWAV 41: New Ways of Analyzing Variation. Bloomington, IN, October.
Kohn, Mary and Charlie Farrington. A tale of two cities: Community density and African American English vowels. Paper presented at NWAV 41: New Ways of Analyzing Variation. Bloomington, IN, October.
Farrington, Charlie, Mary Kohn and Jennifer Renn. Effects of school demographics on child and adolescent morphosyntactic and phonetic variation: A longitudinal analysis. Paper presented at Variation in Language Acquisition. Munster, Germany, February.
Kohn, Mary, and Charlie Farrington. African American English: Longitudinal trajectories of vowel development. Paper presented at Linguistic Society of America 2012 Annual Meeting. Portland, OR, January.
Kohn, Mary, and Charlie Farrington. The socio-regional distribution of African American vowel systems in Piedmont, North Carolina. Paper presented at NWAV 40: New Ways of Analyzing Variation. Washington, D.C., October.
Kohn, Mary, Charlie Farrington and David Ethier. The more things change, the more (some) things stay the same: A longitudinal analysis of the vowel spaces in childhood and adolescent African American English. Paper presented at NWAV 39: New Ways of Analyzing Variation. San Antonio, TX, November.