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Kendall, Tyler and Ann R. Bradlow. 2011. Mobilizing smaller datasets for large-scale phonetic analysis: web-databases and semiautomatic analyses. New Tools and Methods for Very-Large-Scale Phonetics Research: Philadelphia, PA. January.
Kendall, Tyler and Valerie Fridland. 2011. Vowel duration in regional U.S. vowel shifts. American Dialect Society Annual Meeting:
Pittsburgh, PA. January.
Thomas, Erik R., Tyler Kendall, and Belinda Schouten. 2010. A comprehensive look at variation and change in a Mexican American community. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 39: San Antonio, TX. November.
Kendall, Tyler. 2010. Considering the Storage, Management, and Processing of Spontaneous Speech Corpora: New Methods and New Findings. Special Panel: Production and Perception of Spontaneous Speech (organized by Ann Bradlow and Valerie Hazan). 2nd Pan American/Iberian Meeting on Acoustics/160th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA160): Cancun, Mexico.
Kendall, Tyler and Erik R. Thomas. 2010. Dissecting Rate of Speech: The Effect of Phrase Final Lengthening on Articulation Rate.
2nd Pan American/Iberian Meeting on Acoustics/160th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA160): Cancun, Mexico.
Fridland, Valerie and Tyler Kendall. 2010. The Effect of Regional Vowel Differences on Production and Perception. Experimental Approaches to Perception and Production of Language Variation (ExAPP2010): Groningen, The Netherlands. November.
Fridland, Valerie and Tyler Kendall. 2010. Durational and spectral aspects of U.S. regional vowel shifts: Considering individual and group-level mappings between production and perception. Special Panel: Beyond Averages: Different Ways of Looking at Vowel Variation (organized by Nicolai Pharao). Sociolinguistics Symposium 18 (SS18): Southampton, U.K. September. Invited.
Kendall, Tyler and Valerie Fridland. 2010. Mapping Production and Perception: The Influence of Regional and Individual Norms. Linguistic Society of America 2010 Annual Meeting: Baltimore, MD. January.
Kendall, Tyler. 2009. Developing Web-Interfaces to Spoken Language Data Collections. 2009 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science. Chicago, IL. Poster. November.
Kendall, Tyler. 2009. Speech Rate, Pause, and Linguistic Variation: Evidence from North America. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 38: Ottawa, Ontario. October.
Fridland, Valerie, and Tyler Kendall. 2009. Mapping Production and Perception in Regional Vowel Shifts: The Effects of Vowel Duration and Formant Trajectories. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 38: Ottawa, Ontario. October.
Childs, Becky, Paul De Decker, Rachel Deal, Tyler Kendall, Jennifer Thorburn, Maia Williamson, and Gerard Van Herk. 2009. Stop
Signs: The Intersection of Interdental Fricatives and Identity in Newfoundland. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 38:
Ottawa, Ontario. October.
Kendall, Tyler, Gerard Van Herk, and Joan Bresnan. 2009. The Dative Alternation in African American English: Researching Syntactic Variation and Change in a Conglomerated Sociolinguistic Corpus. American Association for Corpus Linguistics 2009 Annual Meeting: Edmonton, Alberta. October.
Kendall, Tyler. 2009. The Value of Relational Databases for Time-Aligned Annotation. American Association for Corpus Linguistics 2009 Annual Meeting: Edmonton, Alberta. October.
Watt, Dominic, Tyler Kendall, and Anne Fabricius. 2009. Eliminating Age- and Sex-Related Differences in the Graphical Representation of Spoken Vowels. First International Visual Methods Conference: Leeds, UK. September.
Butters, Ronald R., and Tyler Kendall. 2009. Resolving an Unresolvable Ambiguity in an Expert Witness’s Testimony: A Court Reporter’s Impossible Task in An American Death-Penalty Trial. International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL) 9th Biennial Conference on Forensic Linguistics/Language and Law: Amsterdam. July.
Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Tyler Kendall, Paul Foulkes, Dominic Watt, Phil Harrison, Colleen Kavanagh, Jillian Oddie, and Daniel Ezra Johnson. 2009. Trained listener judgments of rhoticity in English. What R we hearing? Linguistic Society of America 2009 Annual Meeting: San Francisco, CA. January.
Kendall, Tyler. 2008. Identity, Performance, and “Consciousness”: The Use of Locally Salient Linguistic Forms in a Formerly Isolated Community. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 37: Houston, TX. November.
Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Tyler Kendall, Paul Foulkes, Dominic Watt, and Jillian Oddie. 2008. Sociophonetic Perceptions of R. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 37: Houston, TX. November.
Mallinson, Christine and Tyler Kendall. 2008. On Variation in Discourse: Exploring “the Interview” with Adolescent African American Girls in Washington, DC. The Thirteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology (Methods XIII): Leeds, UK. August.
Kendall, Tyler and Christine Mallinson. 2008. “Narrative Style” vs. “Interview Style” in the Talk of African American Girls in Washington, DC. Georgetown University Roundtable 2008 (GURT2008): Washington, DC. March.
Butters, Ronald R., Phillip Carter, and Tyler Kendall. 2008. IM Traps and Broadcast Surprises: Perverted Justice on NBC-TV.
Georgetown University Roundtable 2008 (GURT2008): Washington, DC. March.
Kendall, Tyler, Todd Cooper, Christine Mallinson, and Walt Wolfram. 2008. Re-examining Language Data in the Study of American English Dialects. American Dialect Society 2008 Annual Meeting: Chicago, IL. January. Panel. Invited.
Thomas, Erik R., Tyler Kendall, Malcah Yaegor-Dror, and William Kretzschmar. 2007. Two Things Sociolinguists Should Know:
Software Packages for Vowel Normalization, and Accessing Linguistic Atlas Data. Workshop. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 36: Philadelphia, PA. October.
Kendall, Tyler, Christine Mallinson, and Kaye Whitehead. 2007. New Ways of Analyzing African American English: Examining the Speech of Adolescent Girls in Washington, DC. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 36: Philadelphia, PA. October.
Butters, Ronald R., Tyler Kendall, and Phillip Carter. 2007. Discourse Analysis of Instant Messages Used as Incriminating Evidence in ‘Sexual Predator’ Prosecutions. International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL) Conference 8: Seattle, WA. July.
Kendall, Tyler. 2007. Enhancing Sociolinguistic Data Collections. In Special Panel, Re-examining Language Data in the American South (organizer, Tyler Kendall), Southeastern Conference on Linguistics LXXIV: Natchitoches, LA. April.
Kendall, Tyler. 2007. Toward a Variationist Analysis of Pause. University of North Carolina 2007 Spring Colloquium: Chapel Hill, NC. March.
Kendall, Tyler. 2007. On the Status of Pause in Sociolinguistics. Linguistic Society of America 2007 Annual Meeting: Anaheim, CA.
Kendall, Tyler. 2006. The North Carolina Sociolinguistic Archive and Analysis Project: Empowering the Sociolinguistic Archive.
New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 35: Columbus, OH. November. Poster. Won Charles Ferguson Prize for Best Student Poster.
Kendall, Tyler. 2006. Listening to Silence: Interpretation and Transcription of Pause in Deposition. Special Colloquium on Communication and Comprehensibility in Legal Contexts, Second IAFL European Conference on Forensic Linguistics / Language and the Law: Barcelona, Spain. September.
Kendall, Tyler and Amanda French. 2006. Digital Audio Archives, Computer-Enhanced Transcripts, and New Methods in Sociolinguistic Analysis. Digital Humanities (ALLC/ACH) 2006: Paris, France. July.
Kendall, Tyler. 2006. A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Pause in North Carolina. Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL) LXXIII: Auburn, Alabama. April. Won Reza Ordoubadian Award for Best Student Paper.
Kendall, Tyler and Walt Wolfram. 2006. Local and External Standards in the Use of African American English. American Dialect Society 2006 Annual Meeting: Albuquerque, NM. January.
Kendall, Tyler. 2005. Advancing the Utility of the Transcript: A Computer-Enhanced Methodology. Twelfth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology: Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. August.
Wolfram, Walt and Tyler Kendall. 2005. Imagined Dichotomies and Local Practice: The Speech of African American Community Leaders in the Rural South. Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL) LXXII: Raleigh, NC. April.
Kendall, Tyler. 2005. “Þû ert svo cool”: Code Switching and Language Negotiation on an Online Icelandic-English Message Board.
Duke University Graduate Student Research Day 2005: Durham, NC. March.
Kendall, Tyler. 2005. Language Negotiation on the Multilingual Internet: The Case of an Icelandic-English Message Board.
Georgetown Linguistics Society Conference 2005: Washington, DC. February.
Kendall, Tyler and Phillip M. Carter. 2004. Exploring Code-Switching in the Raleigh Hispanic Community: An Application of a Computer-Enhanced Methodology. ADS/SAMLA. Roanoke, VA. November.
Rowe, Ryan, and Tyler Kendall. 2004. Regional and Social Diversity in the Development of Rural Southern AAE: The Case of Princeville. Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL) LXX: Tuscaloosa, AL. April.
Kendall, Tyler. 2004. Toward a Dynamic Discourse Transcript. University of Georgia Student Conference in Linguistics: Athens, GA.
Davis, Jude, Tyler Kendall, and Hal Meeks. 2002. The Message is the Message: Designing Information Technology for Inclusiveness and Accessibility. International Symposium on Technology and Society: Social Implications of Information and Communication Technology, IEEE. Raleigh, NC. June.
FUNDED RESEARCH2011 – 2014, Principle Investigator: The interplay of production and perception in sound changes affecting US English. NSF BCSCollaborative research with Valerie Fridland)
RECENT CONSULTINGSociolinguistic Tool for the Assessment of Acculturation and Allegiance Factors (PI: William Rivers), SSCC BAA: N65236-08-X-01 Variationist analyses of Chinese American sociolinguistic data, computational sociolinguistics research and algorithm development, social network analysis and statistical analysis Forensic phonetics and forensic discourse analysis: Case and expertise information available upon request.