Episode 33: Salt Fat Acid SHADE Shownotes

The Vocal Fries Podcast

Date: October 28, 2018

Episode: 33

Title: Salt Fat Acid SHADE

Show Link: https://radiopublic.com/the-vocal-fries-GOoXdO/ep/s1!d4e4f

In this episode of the Vocal Fries, Megan and Carrie answer your questions about jerk linguists, the alt right and vocal fry.

If you are a new listener to the Vocal Fries Podcast (or even if you’ve been listening to us since the beginning), we would love to hear from you.  Please email us at vocalfriespod@gmail.com and let us know how we can help you today!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Bad linguists
  • The alt right
  • Vocal fry

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Check Out Some Other Lingpods

  • 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!

Need a Presenter?

  • 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

 

Episode 34: The Rock was the Rock before the Rock, b’y Shownotes

The Vocal Fries Podcast

Date: November 11, 2018

Episode: 34

Title: The Rock was the Rock before the Rock, b’y

Show Link: https://radiopublic.com/the-vocal-fries-GOoXdO/ep/s1!6bca9

In this episode of the Vocal Fries, Carrie and Megan talk with Tracy O’Brien, literature PhD student at the University of Toronto, about all things Newfoundland. Yes b’y.

If you are a new listener to the Vocal Fries Podcast (or even if you’ve been listening to us since the beginning), we would love to hear from you.  Please email us at vocalfriespod@gmail.com and let us know how we can help you today!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Newfoundland English
  • Brewis
  • Come from away
  • b’y
  • Anti-Newfoundland bias

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Check Out Some Other Lingpods

  • 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!

Need a Presenter?

  • 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

 

Episode 35: How Millennials are Destroying the Philly Accent Shownotes

The Vocal Fries Podcast

Date: November 25, 2018

Episode: 35

Title: How Millennials are Destroying the Philly Accent

Show Link: https://radiopublic.com/the-vocal-fries-GOoXdO/ep/s1!4c574

In this episode of the Vocal Fries, Megan and Carrie talk with Dr. Betsy Sneller, Postdoc at Georgetown University about all things Philadelphia English.

If you are a new listener to the Vocal Fries Podcast (or even if you’ve been listening to us since the beginning), we would love to hear from you.  Please email us at vocalfriespod@gmail.com and let us know how we can help you today!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Philadelphia Englishes
  • White Philadelphia English
  • Black Philadelphia English
  • Positive ‘anymore’
  • Short split a system

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You can follow Betsy Sneller on Twitter

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We’re an indie podcast with limited resources, so we could really use your support. You can set up a monthly recurring donation at patreon.com. The $5 a month level gives you access to our monthly bonus episode, as well as a new Vocal Fries sticker every three months and a shout out on the podcast! But you can contribute as little as $1 a month and have our undying gratitude!

Check Out Some Other Lingpods

  • 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!

Need a Presenter?

  • 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

 

Episode 45: Chatting about Chatino Shownotes

The Vocal Fries Podcast

Date: April 22, 2019

Episode: 45

Title: Chatting about Chatino

Show Link: https://radiopublic.com/the-vocal-fries-GOoXdO/ep/s1!38522

In this episode of the Vocal Fries, Megan and Carrie talk with Dr. Hilaria Cruz, Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville in the Department of Comparative Humanities, about Chatino languages and Chatino conceptions of death.

If you are a new listener to the Vocal Fries Podcast (or even if you’ve been listening to us since the beginning), we would love to hear from you.  Please email us at vocalfriespod@gmail.com and let us know how we can help you today!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Chatino languages
  • Mexico
  • Chatino concepts of the dead

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We’re an indie podcast with limited resources, so we could really use your support. You can set up a monthly recurring donation at patreon.com. The $5 a month level gives you access to our monthly bonus episode, as well as a new Vocal Fries sticker every three months and a shout out on the podcast! But you can contribute as little as $1 a month and have our undying gratitude!

Check Out Some Other Lingpods

  • 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!

Need a Presenter?

  • 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

 

Episode 46: Zom-be or Not Zom-be: That is the Question Shownotes

The Vocal Fries Podcast

Date: May 6, 2019

Episode: 46

Title: Zom-be or Not Zom-be: That is the Question

Show Link: https://radiopublic.com/the-vocal-fries-GOoXdO/ep/s1!31b04

In this episode of the Vocal Fries, Megan and Carrie talk with Dr. Jamie Thomas, Assistant Professor of Linguistics at Swarthmore, about zombies, Swahili, and her book “Zombies Speak Swahili”.

If you are a new listener to the Vocal Fries Podcast (or even if you’ve been listening to us since the beginning), we would love to hear from you.  Please email us at vocalfriespod@gmail.com and let us know how we can help you today!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Swahili
  • Zombies
  • Tanzania
  • Mexico
  • Africa
  • Rwanda
  • Kenya
  • Racism

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You can follow Jamie Thomas on Twitter

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We’re an indie podcast with limited resources, so we could really use your support. You can set up a monthly recurring donation at patreon.com. The $5 a month level gives you access to our monthly bonus episode, as well as a new Vocal Fries sticker every three months and a shout out on the podcast! But you can contribute as little as $1 a month and have our undying gratitude!

Check Out Some Other Lingpods

  • 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!

Need a Presenter?

  • 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

 

Episode 36: The Latino Threat Narrative Shownotes

The Vocal Fries Podcast

Date: December 9, 2018

Episode: 37

Title: The Latino Threat Narrative

Show Link: https://radiopublic.com/the-vocal-fries-GOoXdO/ep/s1!942f5

In this episode of the Vocal Fries, Carrie and Megan talk with Dr. Matthew Garley, Assistant Professor at CUNY, York College, about the use of Spanish and Spanglish in rap.

If you are a new listener to the Vocal Fries Podcast (or even if you’ve been listening to us since the beginning), we would love to hear from you.  Please email us at vocalfriespod@gmail.com and let us know how we can help you today!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Spanglish
  • Spanish
  • Rap
  • Hip-hop

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Become a Patron!

We’re an indie podcast with limited resources, so we could really use your support. You can set up a monthly recurring donation at patreon.com. The $5 a month level gives you access to our monthly bonus episode, as well as a new Vocal Fries sticker every three months and a shout out on the podcast! But you can contribute as little as $1 a month and have our undying gratitude!

Check Out Some Other Lingpods

  • 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!

Need a Presenter?

  • 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