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PUBLICATIONS & MANUSCRIPTS
To appear in 2014
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Amy Wong. (2014, to appear) Chinese. In Di Paolo, Marianna and Arthur Spears (eds.) Languages and Dialects in the U.S.: Focus on Diverse Speech Communities, pp forthcoming. London: Routledge.
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Alan A. Lew. (2014, to appear) Speaking Heritage: Language, Identity and Tourism. In Alan A. Lew, C. Michael Hall and Allan M. Williams, Eds., Blackwell Companion to Tourism, 2nd Edn, 336-348. Oxford: Blackwell. [Proofs]
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Malcah Yaeger-Dror, eds. (2014) Special Issue: "New Perspectives on Linguistic Variation and Ethnic Identity in North America." Language and Communication 35(1).
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Malcah Yaeger-Dror. (2014) New Perspectives on Linguistic Variation and Ethnic Identity in North America. In LHL & MYD, eds., Special Issue: "New Perspectives on Linguistic Variation and Ethnic Identity in North America." Language and Communication 35(1): 1-8. [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S027153091300092X]
Wong, Amy and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2014) Regional Variability and Ethnic Identity: Chinese Americans in New York City and San Francisco. In LHL & MYD, eds., Special Issue: "New Perspectives on Linguistic Variation and Ethnic Identity in North America." Language and Communication 35(1): 27-42. [http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0271530913000943]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2013) English in North America. In Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola, and Devyani Sharma (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of World Englishes. Oxford: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199777716.013.006 [Online pre-print].
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2013) 'Flip-flop' and mergers-in-progress. English Language and Linguistics, 17(2): 359-390. DOI:10.1017/S1360674313000063 [Download]
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Bartlomiej Plichta. (2013) Technological Challenges in Sociolinguistic Data Collection. In Christine Mallinson, Becky Childs, and Gerard Van Herk (eds.), Data Collection in Sociolinguistics: Methods and Applications, pp. 127-130. London and New York: Routledge. [Google Books link]
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Nola Stephens. (2012) Country Talk. Journal of English Linguistics. 40(3): 256-280. DOI:10.1177/0075424211420568 [Link to download]
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Sonya Fix. (2012) Perceptual coding reliability of (L)-vocalization in casual speech data. Lingua. 122: 794-809. DOI:10.1016/j.lingua.2011.12.005 [Link to download]
Hall-Lew, Lauren, Rebecca L. Starr and Elizabeth Coppock. (2012) Style-Shifting in the U.S. Congress: The vowels of 'Iraq(i)'. In Juan Manuel Hernandez Campoy and Juan Antonio Cutillas Espinosa (eds.), Style-Shifting in Public: New Perspectives on Stylistic Variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 45-63. [Pre-proof PDF]
Podesva, Robert J., Lauren Hall-Lew, Jason Brenier, Rebecca L. Starr and Stacy Lewis. (2012) Condoleezza Rice and the sociophonetic construction of Identity. In Juan Manuel Hernandez Campoy and Juan Antonio Cutillas Espinosa, eds. Style-Shifting in Public: New Perspectives on Stylistic Variation. Amsterdam: [John Benjamins]. 65-80.
Ladd, D. Robert and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2012) Commentary on Cohen, Emma, "The evolution of tag-based cooperation in humans: the case for accent," Current Anthropology, 53(5): 608. [Full paper by Cohen]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2011) The Completion of a Sound Change in California English. Publication of the 17th International Conference of the Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS XVII). Hong Kong. [PDF] or [Slides]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2011) Norsemen, Normans, and Now: A book for today's English language history student. Review of Barber, Charles, Joan C. Beal & Philip A. Shaw, eds. "The English Language: A Historical Introduction," 2nd ed. American Speech. 86(2): 264-268. [Link to download]
Bodomo, Adams, Charles Marfo and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2010) Let's Speak Twi: A Proficiency Course in Akan Language and Culture. Stanford, CA: [CSLI Publications].
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2010) Ethnicity and Sociolinguistic Variation in San Francisco. Language & Linguistics Compass. 4(7):458-472. [Full Text] or [Link to download]
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Rebecca L. Starr. (2010) Beyond the 2nd Generation: English use among Chinese Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area. In a special issue on "Social and Linguistic State of 2nd Generation Americans," English Today, 26(3):12-19 [Link to download]
Hall-Lew, Lauren, Elizabeth Coppock and Rebecca L. Starr. (2010) Indexing Political Persuasion: Variation in the Iraq Vowels. American Speech. 85(1):91-102. [Link to download]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2010) Improved representation of variance in measures of vowel merger. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA). 9(1). [Link to download]*
*Please see also my addendum and correction to this paper.
Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Tania Granadillo, Shoji Takano, and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2010) The Sociophonetics of Prosodic Contours on NEG in Three Language Communities: Teasing apart Sociolinguistic and Phonetic Influences on Speech. In Preston, Dennis and Nancy Niedzielski (eds). A reader in sociophonetics (Trends in Linguistics Studies and Monographs 219). New York: Walter de Gruyter, Inc. 133-176. [Google Book]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2010) Ethnicity and Sound Change in San Francisco English. In Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. University of California, Berkeley. 111-122. [Link to purchase]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2009) Ethnicity and Phonetic Variation in a San Francisco Neighborhood. Unpublished PhD Dissertation. Stanford University, Stanford, CA. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2008) Untitled review of Joseph, John E. "Language and Politics." Discourse and Society. 19: 689-691. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2007) Untitled review of Wolfram, Walt and Natalie Schilling-Estes. "American English." Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 26: 92-96. [Link to download]
Scarborough, Rebecca, Jason Brenier, Yuan Zhao, Lauren Hall-Lew and Olga Dmitrieva. (2007) An Acoustic Study of Real and Imagined Foreigner-Directed Speech. Publication of the 16th International Conference of the Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS XVI). Saarbruecken, Germany. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2006) Glides Participate in Harmony: Evidence from Akan Dialects. Unpublished manuscript. Stanford University, Stanford, CA. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2006) Arizona's Not So Standard English. in Walt Wolfram and Ben Ward (eds.) American Voices: How dialects differ from coast to coast. Malden, MA: Blackwell. [Google Book]*
*(cf. LanguageMagazine. http://www.languagemagazine.com; [Order form])
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2005) One Shift, Two Groups: When fronting alone is not enough. University of Philadelphia Working Papers in Linguistics 10.2: Selected Papers from NWAVE 32. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2004) The Western Vowel Shift in Northern Arizona. Unpublished manuscript. Stanford University, Stanford, CA. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2004) Untitled book notice of Gui, Ming Chao. "Kunming Chinese". Language, 80(4): 890-891. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2004) Untitled book notice of Gui, Ming Chao. "Yunnanese and Kunming Chinese: A study of the language communities, the phonological systems, and the phonological developments." Language, 80(4): 891. [PDF]
Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Sharon Deckert and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2003) Situational variation in intonational strategies. In Leistyna, P. and C. Meyer (eds.). Corpus Analysis: Language Structure & Language Use, Rodopi: Amsterdam. 209-224. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2003) Untitled review of Alatis, James E., Heidi E. Hamilton and Ai-Hui Tan (eds.). "Linguistics, Language and the Professions: Education, Journalism, Law, Medicine and Technology: Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 2000." Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 22: 345-350. [Link to download]
Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Lauren Hall-Lew and Sharon Deckert. (2002) "It's not or isn't it? Using large corpora to determine the influences on contraction strategies." Language Variation and Change. 14(1):79-118. [PDF]
Yaeger-Dror, Malcah and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2002) Presidential use of negation. In Texas Linguistic Forum 45 (Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Symposium about Language and Society, Austin), 187-194. University of Texas, Austin. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2002) English Loanwords in Mandarin Chinese. Unpublished Manuscript. The University of Arizona. [PDF]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2002) Untitled review of Baron, Battina and Helga Kotthoff, (eds.). "Gender in Interaction." LinguistList. [Link]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2001) Untitled review of Gao, Mobo C.F. "Mandarin Chinese: An Introduction." LinguistList. [Link]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2001) Untitled review of Romaine, Suzanne. "Communicating Gender." Journal of Sociolinguistics, 5(1): 109-111. [TOC]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2000) Untitled review of Romaine, Suzanne. "Communicating Gender." LinguistList. [Link]
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS ON OTHER TOPICS
Nycz, Jennifer and Lauren Hall-Lew. 2013. Best Practices in Measuring Vowel Merger. 166th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). 26 December, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Ladd, D. Robert, Patricia Bestelmeyer, Lauren Hall-Lew, & Pascal Belin. (2011) Imaging studies of the processing of propositional and indexical information in speech. Variation and Language Processing 2011 (VaLP 2011), 11-13 April, University of Chester, Chester, UK.
Coleman, John and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2011) Grid-based corpora, tools and workflows. New Tools and Methods for Very Large-Scale Phonetics Research Workshop (VLSP). 29-31 January, The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
Lew, Alan A. and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2010) Voices of Authenticity. International Geographical Union (IGU) Regional Conference. 12-16 July, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Lauren Hall-Lew. (2010) The Social Meaning of Loanword Pronunciation. Panel on Translation, President's Seminars series. 10 May, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
Rose, Mary and Lauren Hall-Lew. (2008) Ranchers and farmers: Social meaning and linguistic variation in US rural communities. (Panel Title: Contemporary Ruralities: Language, Identity, and Place). Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). 19-23 November, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Hall-Lew, Lauren and Elisabeth Norcliffe. (2006) 'A Chinese walks into a bar...': English Ethnonym Ideologies. New Ways of Analyzing Variation 35 (NWAV35). 9-12 November, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA. [Slides]
Hall-Lew, Lauren. (2004) Between Communities: Southwestern U.S. English. American Dialect Society (ADS). 8-11 January, Boston, MA, USA.
The Guardian 'Short Cuts' Blog (18 September 2013)