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Best Lauren Gawne podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Lauren Gawne podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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This week’s interview is the Season 1 finale with Miroslav Valeš (Technical University of Liberec). In this interview, Miroslav discusses his long and varied fieldwork career, and his experiences working with the Lakhota (USA), Shuar (Ecuador) and A Fala (Spain) communities. Content Warning: There is some sensitive material discussed in this interv…
 
Today’s episode is with Alex Garcia (University of Barcelona). Alex works with the Northern Alta Community in the Philippines. In this episode, Alex discusses how he started working with speakers of Nothern Alta, and how he learned Northern Alta in order to conduct monolingual fieldwork. Things mentioned in this episode Alex's website Alex's data o…
 
Today's episode is part two of our Q&A episode with Vera Ferreira (CIDLeS & ELDP) & Hugo Cardoso (University of Lisbon). In this episode, we discuss questions from listeners such as "How can fieldworkers deal with the often tragic and uncomfortable circumstances in the field?", "How can we reduce our environmental impact in the field?" and "How to …
 
Today's episode is with Vera Ferreira (CIDLeS & ELDP) & Hugo Cardoso (University of Lisbon). In this episode, Martha, Hugo & Vera discuss questions sent in from listeners. Questions include "How can collected data be shared in a meaningful way with communities" and "What do researchers prioritise during their documentation projects?". If you would …
 
This episode is with Lauren Gawne who does fieldwork in Nepal working with speakers of Yolmo and Syuba. Lauren has experience as both a successful grant applicant and as a grant committee assessor. In this episode, she shares her advice for navigating applying for funding in the current overly-competitive and under-resourced environment. Things men…
 
This episode is with Andrew Harvey, who is a documentary linguist working with speakers of two previously un-documented languages, Ihanzu and Gorwaa (Tanzania). Andrew discusses his research, the seredipitous beginning to his work with the Gorwaa community, and how community collaboration has impacted the documentation and description of Ihanzu and…
 
This episode is with insider researcher Madoka Hammine, who is a PhD student at University of Lapland in Finland. Madoka works on her heritage language, Yaeyama (Ryukyuan), as both a linguist and a language activist. Her PhD project is entitled: "embracing multilingualism in education", based on her fieldwork in both in Finland and Miyara village (…
 
This episode is with Khairunnisa, who is researching variation and politeness strategies in her own language, Sasak (Lombok, Indonesia). In this episode, Khairunnisa discusses how working as an insider researcher influences her research methods, and how she manages the challenges of adhering to expected societal norms in her own community. Things m…
 
In this episode, Hugo Cardoso discusses his work with the creole-speaking communities of Diu and Kerala and the Portuguese Burgher community (Eastern Sri Lanka). Things mentioned in this episode: Hugo's profile on the University of Lisbon website: http://www.clul.ulisboa.pt/en/researchers-en/39-cardoso-hugo Hugo's ELAR deposit: Documentation of Sri…
 
In this episode, Lyle Campbell shares stories from his work in the Americas, discusses what has changed in the field of Documentary Linguistics since he started his career, and gives some food-related advice to new field workers. Things mentioned in this episode: Endangered Languages Project: http://www.endangeredlanguages.com Catalogue of Endanger…
 
Vera Ferreira discusses her fieldwork in Europe working with the Minderico (Portugal), Fala (Spain), and Bavarian (Germany) communities. Things mentioned in this episode: CIDLeS: http://www.cidles.eu Fala language on Wikipedia Bavarian language on Wikipedia Minderico language on Wikipedia Get in touch: Website: https://fieldnotespod.com Email: fiel…
 
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