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UGA Linguistics Faculty and Graduate Students Present at NWAV 49

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The NWAV 29 Conference (New Ways of Analyzing Variation) was held virtually hosted by the University of Texas at Austin October 19-24, and the University of Georgia's Linguistics Department was well represented!

Dr. Peggy Renwick co-authored two papers that were presented: one with former UGA Linguistics graduate Joseph Stanley "100 Years of Georgia English", and the second with current Linguistics graduate student Keiko Bridwell "Social predictors of the wine-whine merger in the US South".

Dr. Jon Forrest presented "Multiple Social Routes: Connecting Stance Accretion to Aggregate Variation".

PhD candidate Rachel Kim presented "Korean American English in GA: [+back] on the B/OW/T".

PhD candidate Andrew Bray presented "[ˈhɑ̞ki]: An Emerging Third-Order Index of a Hockey-Based Persona".

PhD candidate Joshua McNeill presented "LOL on Twitter: A test case for community detection".

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