The Linguistic Anthropology Lab hosts speakers and students for informal discussions of works-in-progress and work process in research on language/signs in social contexts. The lab is organized around three main functions:
- Data Sessions and Presentations: we host speakers (students and faculty) for informal discussions of works-in-progress regarding language/signs in social contexts. This includes the review of multimodal/video data, preliminary transcripts,
practice job talks, and test-run conference presentations, among other (exciting!) things.
- Seminar Room and Workspace: our seminar room and a workroom are available for collaborative and independent work. The rooms are located on the third floor of Haskell Hall, Rooms 301 and 302.
- Equipment and Software: the lab holds a collection of equipment and software for recording, transcribing, coding, and annotating data in a range of formats (video, audio, photographic, etc.).
2021-2022 Lab Coordinator