Anna Weichselbraun (Anthro PhD ’16) will be returning to do a Scrivener skill share with the lab, 1:30pm (note time!) this Friday. Sure to be helpful for anyone who wants to improve their write-up workflow.
And afterwards, we’ll have our end-of-the-year party! Snacks and after-work refreshments will be served. Be there or be not there.
Join us at 12:30pm on Friday, for a data session with Yukun Zeng (Anthropology). Note the later than usual time!
He will be talking about
1) The variety of ways to transcribe Mandarin
2) The scale of Chinese languages and the scaling of transcription
3) A bit of his own project
Britta Ingebretson will be facilitating. Snacks and drinks will be provided. See you there!
Thanks to everyone who came out to Constantine Nakassis’s session on using RX 5 to clean up audio! The resources discussed during the session are now posted in the Resources page of this website. As a reminder, RX 5 is available on the iMac in the lab.
As you have likely already heard, Professor Terra Edwards will be visiting this Friday from Gallaudet to present her work on the divergence between visual American Sign Language (ASL) and protactile American Sign Language (PTASL). The talk will take place in Haskell 315 on Friday April 21, 3-4:30pm.
Hope to see you there!
For this week’s data session, Britta Ingrebretson presents a transcript of coffee shop conversation with three young women in China for a discussion on women’s attitudes toward regional stereotypes and gender.
This will likely be our last session for the quarter, so looking forward to seeing you all there!
Join us Friday at 12:30 (note time!) for a data session with Bill Feeney (Anthropology). He writes:
“This will be a screening and discussion of a wildly popular 2015 comedic routine by the Japanese duo Bambino. Composed mostly of gibberish, I would like to collectively explore potential for the routine to serve as a object for thinking through the (ritual) poetics of gags in contemporary Japanese comedy.”
Location will be the lab seminar room, as usual, Haskell 302.
CHD graduate students Amanda Brown and Laura Horton will be presenting on how to use ELAN. They are well-versed in using ELAN for synchronizing motion capture data and annotating sign language in video data, respectively. This how-to session should prove instructive for anyone hoping to take advantage of the complex annotation capabilities of ELAN for multimodal analyses of communicative events (including practicum students working on analyses for class…)
Location: LingAnth Lab Seminar Room, Haskell 302
Time: Friday, January 27, 12pm
The lab has now completed its move, and all our previous equipment has been moved to Haskell 301 + 302. To celebrate our move, and to kick off the new quarter and new year, we will be having a lab warming party Friday, January 6 at 3:30pm. Snacks and refreshments will be served.
In the meantime, please feel free to start using the lab space. Email me if you have any issues accessing it.
Looking ahead, the first data session of the quarter will feature Bill Feeney, presenting on Japanese comedy stylings.
Please join us on Tuesday, Oct 18 at 4:30pm in Haskell 101 for this year’s first data meeting.
Janet Connor will be presenting audio data from a classroom in Norway. She has a transcript and is looking for a better/shorter way to present it.