The Vocal Fries Podcast
Date: August 12, 2018
Title: Down the Shore
In this episode of the Vocal Fries, Carrie and Megan talk with Lou Capetta of the Lou Capetta Show about all things New Jersey, including the Sopranos, the Jersey Shore and water ice.
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In this episode, we discuss:
- North Jersey/New York
- South Jersey/Philadelphia
- Central Jersey (?)
- Water ice/Italian ice
- Jersey dialects
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- En Clair – a podcast about forensic linguistics (super interesting and fun!)
- Talk the Talk – a podcast about all things linguistics (and we even have a bonus episode where we interview them)
- Lingthusiasm – the podcast that is enthusiastic about linguistics (we interview them on a regular episode)
- Accentricity – a podcast about accents and other linguistic features
- The Troublesome Terps – a podcast about interpreters and interpreting (we interview each other on a regular episode)
Feel free to suggest more to add to this list!
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- Carrie can talk about indigenous languages of North America (particularly Salish, Inuit and Algonquian), semantics, syntax or the mathy side of language
- Megan can talk about child language acquisition, bilingual language acquisition and Spanish/Spanglish
- Both of the Vocal Fries can talk about all things linguistic discrimination, particularly vocal fry