Dr Scott Sadowsky

Dr Scott Sadowsky

Abt. für Sprach- und Kulturevolution

Forschungsinteressen

Phonetik, Soziolinguistik, Sprachkontakt und Korpuslinguistik, zentriert auf Mapudungun und Spanisch.


Vita

Aktuelle Projekte

Sound Comparisons: Mapudungun (MPI-SHH)

Database, exploration tools, recordings and phonetic transcriptions of nearly 40 varieties of Mapudungun (Mapuzungun, Mapuche, Chedungun) spoken in Chile and Argentina.

Traces of contact (FONDECYT-Chile)

Three-year grant to study the impact that the varied and prolonged contact between the Mapuche people and the Europeans who settled in Chile has had on the variety of Spanish spoken in this territory, as well as the geographic, socioeconomic, ethnic and gender distributions of the resulting linguistic phenomena.

Forschung und Publikationen

Siehe Persönliche Webseite.

Corpora und Linguistische Ressourcen

CODICACH

Dynamic Corpus of Written Chilean Spanish (850 million words).

COSCACH

Sociolinguistic Speech Corpus of Spoken Chilean Spanish (9.2 million words of transcribed speech).

LIFCACH

Word Frequency List of Chilean Spanish.

MaSCoT

Praat script for working with large speech corpora.

Perkins

Software for phonemically transcribing, syllabifying and assigning accents and pauses to orthographic Spanish texts.


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