Latest tweets from NARNiHS!
You are still in time to send your abstract to be considered for the all-virtual #NARNiHS special sessions in #historicalsociolinguistics at the #nwav49 Conference (19-24 October)! Deadline: Sunday, 11 April 2021. Check out the full CfP at https://narnihs.org/?page_id=1545
#NARNiHS is preparing for the all-virtual New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV 49) Conference! Send your abstract by Sunday, 11 April 2021 to be considered for our special session proposal(s) in #historicalsociolinguistics. Check out the full CfP at https://narnihs.org/?page_id=1545
The program for our third #NARNiHS Research Incubator @ the KFLC is ready! Join us online 22-24 April 2021 for rich discussion of exciting new and exploratory work in #historicalsociolinguistics. Program: https://narnihs.org/?page_id=1513. Registration: https://kflc.as.uky.edu/register
And just like that, the 2021 #NARNiHS Third Annual Meeting came to an end - 20 presenters and an international audience gathered over 4 days to share the latest in #historicalsocinguistics. Stay tuned for our April Research Incubator! More information at https://narnihs.org
David Mora Marín (U of N Carolina - Chapel Hill) bringing the 2021 #NARNiHS Third Annual Meeting panels to a wrap with fresh quantitative data on the #historicalsociolinguistics of Mayan glyphs!
We could almost smell the salty Baltic breeze and the musty tombstones as Alessandro Palumbo (U of Oslo) unraveled the mysteries of language and script mixing in medieval Swedish epigraphy at today's 2021 #NARNiHS Third Annual Meeting panel! #historicalsociolinguists
Another great day at our 2021 #NARNiHS Third Annual Meeting! Data-rich presentations, thought-provoking questions and stimulating conversation about the latest research in #historicalsociolinguistics. Last panel tomorrow, Jan 11! Full program: https://narnihs.org/?page_id=1313
Did you miss David Eddington's (Brigham Young U) fascinating presentation on the history of propredicate "do" in Utah English at today's 2021 #NARNiHS Third Annual Meeting panel? Oh, dear... you shouldn't have done! #historicalsociolinguistics
James Stratton (Purdue U) enthralling the audience at today's 2021 #NARNiHS Third Annual Meeting panel with his quantitative data on the #historicalsociolinguistics of Old English intensifiers (...swiðe bliðe interesting stuff!)
If there's something cool in your vocatives, who ya gonna call? Jeremy Needle and Sali Tagliamonte (U of Toronto), of course! With their presentation on vocative change in Ontario English at the 2021 #ΝARNiHS Annual Meeting, they got you covered! #historicalsociolinguistics2