Research

2022

Suzanne Wagner, Betsy Sneller, and Jack Rechsteiner. Longitudinal sociolinguistic research projects as brands. Methods in Dialectology XVII virtual presentation. [slides]

Jack Rechsteiner and Betsy Sneller. The effects of topic & part of speech on nonbinary speakers’ use of (ING). PLC 46 virtual presentation. [slides] [abstract]

2021

Jack Rechsteiner and Betsy Sneller. Nonbinary speakers’ use of (ING) across gender-related topics. NWAV 49 virtual presentation. [slides] [video]

Jack Rechsteiner and Betsy Sneller. Building community in digital fieldwork. Digital Fieldwork virtual journal. [pdf]

Jack Rechsteiner and Betsy Sneller. Nonbinary speakers’ rates of (ING) stable across conversation topics. UKLVC 13 virtual presentation. [abstract] [video]

Alexis Furkioti and Jack Rechsteiner. MI Diaries: The Development of a Research Project as a Brand. Poster presented at UURAF 2021, East Lansing. [poster] [video]

Mentored Research

Abigail “Jayce” Garner. A case study of an audio diarist’s speech formality over time. Poster presentation at Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences (Mid-SURE), July 27, 2022. Mentors: Betsy Sneller, Suzanne Wagner, Jack Rechsteiner.

Olivia Jessner. Synthesizing signoffs: An exploration of gender’s effect on valediction. Poster presentation at Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences (Mid-SURE), July 27, 2022. Mentors: Jack Rechsteiner and Betsy Sneller.