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Wilson Colloquium - Shared screen with speaker view
John W. W. Powell
52:57
Yes, giving back to the community can be the language work.
Robert Henderson
55:51
That is absolutely the case, John. It totally depends on the context. In my experience working in Guatemala, each community had a Communidad Lingüística staffed with technical staff. In teaming up with them to develop projects, very often they themselves want to do language work
Robert Henderson
57:17
Like, the first year of our project, we were explicitly asked for essentially an intro course in phonetics and a workshop on how to use Praat. They wanted phonetics 101 because multiple members of the Comunidad hadn’t ever studied acoustic and articulatory phonetics
John W. W. Powell
01:04:36
That’s neat. Yeah, Jon Geary organized a phonetics/phonology/praat workshop a couple years back at Salt River. It was partially driven by some discussions surrounding orthography, both for Piipaash and Akimel O’odham.
Mike Hammond
01:24:48
q about community
Kelsey Neely
01:42:26
Thanks, Wilson!!
Jeremy Johns
01:45:17
Thanks so much, Wilson! Good to see everyone!