Curriculum Vitae

Updated November 1, 2017. Download PDF here.


Education

Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Georgia, 2018 (expected)

       Committee: L. Chad Howe (chair), Margaret E. L. Renwick, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.

B.A. Linguistics, Brigham Young University, 2013

       Minor: Linguistics Computing


Publications

Journal Articles

Nuckolls, Janis, Joseph Stanley, Elizabeth Nielson, & Roseanna Hopper (2016). “The Systematic Stretching and Contracting of Ideophonic Phonology in Pastaza Quichua”. International Journal of American Linguistics, 82(1). 95–116.

Working Papers and Conference Proceedings

Renwick, Margaret E. L. & Joseph A. Stanley (2017). “Static and dynamic approaches to vowel shifting in the Digital Archive of Southern Speech.” Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 30, 060003; doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1121/2.0000582.

Olsen, Rachel M., Michael L. Olsen, Joseph A. Stanley, Margaret E. L. Renwick, & William A. Kretzschmar, Jr. (2017). “Methods for transcription and forced alignment of a legacy speech corpus.” Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 30, 060001; doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1121/2.0000559.

Stanley, Joseph A. (2016). “Pacific Northwest English: Historical Overview and Current Directions”. UGA Working Papers in Linguistics, 3.

Stanley, Joseph A. (2016). “When do Mormons Call Each Other by First Name?” University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 22(1).

Stanley, Joseph A. (2015). “Merging Phonemes in Real Time”. Proceedings of LSUGA’s Second Interdisciplinary Conference in Linguistics (LSUGA2), 1.


Conference Presentations

Oral Presentations

Joseph A. Stanley, Margaret E. L. Renwick, William A. Kretzschmar Jr., Rachel M. Olsen, & Michael Olsen. “The Gazetteer of Southern Vowels.” American Dialect Society (ADS) Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT. January 5–8, 2018. (with Linguistic Atlas Project travel award)

Joseph A. Stanley & Kyle Vanderniet. “What el[t]se is happening[k] with Utah English consonants?” American Dialect Society (ADS) Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT. January 5–8, 2018. (With ADS student travel grant)

Joseph A. Stanley & Kyle Vanderniet. “Consonantal variation in Utah English: What el[t]se is happening[k]?” The 4th Annual Linguistics Conference at UGA (LSUGA4). Athens, GA. October 6–8, 2017.

Joseph A. Stanley. “The linguistic effects of a changing timber industry: Language change in Cowlitz County, WA” The 4th Annual Linguistics Conference at UGA (LSUGA4). Athens, GA. October 6–8, 2017.

Rachel Olsen, Michael Olsen, Katherine Kuiper, Joseph A. Stanley, Margaret E. L. Renwick, & William A. Kretzschmar, Jr. “New Perspectives on Historical Southern Speech.” Panel presented at the 2017 Integrative Research and Ideas Symposium (IRIS). Athens, GA. March 20, 2017.

Rachel Olsen, Michael Olsen, Joseph A. Stanley & Margaret E. L. Renwick. “Transcribing the Digital Archive of Southern Speech: Methods and Preliminary Analysis.” 84th Meeting of the SouthEastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL84). Charleston, SC. March 8–11, 2017.

William A. Kretzschmar, Joseph Stanley, & Katherine Kuiper. “Automated Large-Scale Phonetic Analysis: DASS.” 84th Meeting of the SouthEastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL84). Charleston, SC. March 8–11, 2017.

Joseph A. Stanley. “V[ɛ]ry v[e]ried vowel mergers in the Pacific Northwest.” Diversity and Variation in Language (DiVar 1). Atlanta, GA. February 10–11, 2017. (with LCUGA travel award)

Joseph A. Stanley. “The perception and production of two vowel mergers in Cowlitz County, Washington.” The American Dialect Society (ADS) Annual Meeting. Austin, TX. January 5–8, 2017. (with UGA Linguistics Program travel award and UGA Graduate School travel award)

Joseph A. Stanley. “An EWP model of Quechua agreement: Further evidence against DM”. The Third Annual Linguistics Conference at the University of Georgia (LCUGA3). Athens, GA. October 7–9, 2016.

Joseph A. Stanley. “Separate Phonemes /ɔr/ Merging? The Cord-Card Merger in Real-Time”. The Second Interdisciplinary Linguistics Conference at UGA (LSUGA2). Athens, GA. October 9–11, 2015.

Joseph A. Stanley. “Brother Bell’s Audience Types: Forms of Address among Latter-day Saint Young Adults”. 82nd Meeting of the Southeastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL82). Raleigh, NC. April 9–11, 2015.

Joseph A. Stanley. “Brother Bell’s Audience Design: Forms of Address among Latter-day Saint Young Adults”. 39th Annual Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC39). Philadelphia, PA. March 19–21, 2015.

Janis Nuckolls, Joseph Stanley, Elizabeth Nielsen, and Roseanna Hopper. “The systematic stretching and adjusting of ideophonic phonology in Pastaza Quichua”. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of America (SSILA 2013). Boston, MA. January 3–6, 2013. (with BYU Department of Linguistics and English Language conference travel grant)

Poster Presentations

Shawn Foster, Joseph A. Stanley, & Margaret E. L. Renwick. “Vowel Mergers in the American South.” Poster presentation at the 174th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). New Orleans, LA. December 4–8, 2017.

Joseph A. Stanley. “Changes in the Timber Industry as a Catalyst for Linguistic Change.” Poster presentation at the 46th New Ways of Analyzing Variation conference (NWAV46). Madison, WI. November 2–5, 2017. (with UGA Graduate School travel award)

Margaret E. L. Renwick & Joseph A. Stanley. “A historical perspective on vowel shifting: Acoustic analysis of the Digital Archive of Southern Speech” Poster presentation at the 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). Boston, MA. June 25–29, 2017.

Margaret E. L. Renwick, Michael Olsen, Rachel M. Olsen, & Joseph A. Stanley. “Transcription and forced alignment of the Digital Archive of Southern Speech.” Poster presentation at the 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). Boston, MA. June 25–29, 2017.

Joseph A. Stanley & Margaret E. L. Renwick. “Phonetic Shift /ɔr/ Phonemic Change? American English mergers over 40 years”. Poster presentation by the second author at the 15th Conference on Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon15). Ithaca, NY. July 13–16, 2016.


Invited Presentations

“Basics, Review, Summary, Help.” Guest lecturer in LING 4400/6400: Quantitative Methods in Linguistics. Athens, GA. April 20.

“Brand Yourself: A professionalization workshop for grad students.” Guest lecturer in ANTH 8755: Topics in (Anthropology) Research. Athens, GA. April 13, 2017.

“Build a better project: Starting a DH project from primary sources.” Presented at the First DigiLab Colloquium. Athens, GA. October 6, 2016.


Workshops

Joey Stanley. “An Introduction to the Tidyverse.” Workshop given at the University of Georgia DigiLab. Athens, GA. November 10, 2017.

Joey Stanley. “An Introduction to ggplot2.” Workshop given at the University of Georgia DigiLab. Athens, GA. October 12, 2017.

Joey Stanley. “An Introduction to R: Learn the Basics.” Workshop given at the University of Georgia DigiLab. Athens, GA. September 13, 2017.

Joey Stanley. “Be a Data Magician: An Excel Workshop for Humanists.” Workshop given at the University of Georgia DigiLab. Athens, GA. January 27, 2017.

Emily McGinn & Joey Stanley. “Brand Yourself: A professionalization workshop for grad students.” Workshop given at the University of Georgia DigiLab. Athens, GA. November 11, 2016.


Other Presentations

“Volcanic Vocalic Changes”. University of Georgia Linguistics Colloquium. Athens, GA. April 7, 2017

“Linguistic Identity in Longview, Washington.” Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) Competition at the University of Georgia. March 23, 2017.

“An EWP model of Quechua agreement: Further evidence against DM.” Presented at the Linguistic Society of the University of Georgia (LSUGA) Tiny Talks. Athens, GA. September 15, 2016.

“Southeastern Washington English: What We Know So Far”. The Linguistic Society of the University of Georgia (LSUGA) Tiny Talks. Athens, GA. February 18, 2016.

“Brother Bell’s Audience Design: Forms of Address among Latter-day Saint Young Adults”. University of Georgia Linguistics Colloquium. Athens, GA. February 27, 2015

“The systematic stretching and adjusting of ideophonic phonology in Pastaza Quichua” with Janis Nuckolls, Elizabeth Nielsen, and Roseanna Hopper. Presentation at the Brigham Young University Linguistics Department Brown Bag Meeting. Provo, UT. December 6, 2012.


Website

Joseph A. Stanley, William A. Kretzschmar Jr., Margaret E. L. Renwick, Michael L. Olsen, and Rachel M. Olsen (2017) Gazetteer of Southern Vowels. Linguistic Atlas Project, University of Georgia. lap3.libs.uga.edu/u/jstanley/vowelcharts/.

Media

Ehrenberg, Rachel. “The southern drawl gets deconstructed.” ScienceNews. June 30, 2017. Based on a Peggy Renwick’s and my poster presentation, “A historical perspective on vowel shifting: Acoustic analysis of the Digital Archive of Southern Speech” at the June 2017 ASA conference.

Guest host on Faith Promoting Rumors podcast. “Brother Joseph,” April 10, 2017, wherein I discuss my 2016 paper, “When do Mormons Call Each Other by First Name” published in the Penn Working Papers in Linguistics.






Funding and Awards

Grants

Graduate Research Award ($1000), awarded by the University of Georgia Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. Project title: “Intra-Family Variation in Utah County, Utah.” October 12, 2017.

Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grant ($2,500), awarded by the University of Georgia Graduate School. Project title: “A Survey of Western American English using Amazon Mechanical Turk.” April 20, 2017.

University of Georgia Graduate School Dean’s Award ($1,250). Project title: “Linguistic Identity and the Founder Effect in Longview, Washington.” January 5, 2016.

Research Assistantships

Complex Systems and the Humanities Research Assistantship awarded by the Graduate School at the University of Georgia. 2016–2017.

University of Georgia stipend enhancement awarded by the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. 2014–2015.

University of Georgia Graduate Research Assistantship. 2014–2016.

Travel Awards

American Dialect Society student travel grant ($500). For travel to the American Dialect Society annual meeting in Salt Lake City, UT. January 2018.

Linguistic Atlas Project travel award ($500). For travel to the American Dialect Society annual meeting in Salt Lake City, UT. January 2018.

University of Georgia Department of Linguistics travel award ($150). For travel to the 46th New Ways of Analyzing Variation Conference in Madison, WI. November, 2017.

University of Georgia Graduate School travel award ($300). For travel to the 46th New Ways of Analyzing Variation Conference in Madison, WI. November, 2017.

Linguistics Society of the University of Georgia travel award ($50). For travel to Diversity in Variation conference in Atlanta, GA. February, 2017.

University of Georgia Graduate School travel award ($220). For travel to the American Dialect Society Annual Meeting in Austin, TX. January, 2017.

University of Georgia Linguistics Program travel award ($200). For travel to the American Dialect Society Annual Meeting in Austin, TX. January, 2016.

Brigham Young University Department of Linguistics and English Language Conference Travel Grant ($500). For travel to the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of America. January, 2013.


Teaching

At the University of Georgia

Instructor of Record. LING 3060: Phonetics and Phonology. Fall 2017.

At Brigham Young University

Teaching Assistant for Jason Dzubak. Linguistic Computing and Programming 1. Winter 2013.

Teaching Assistant for Dr. Monte Shelley, “Basic Humanities Computing Skills”. Fall 2011, Winter 2012, Fall 2012.


Research Assistantships

Complex Systems and the Humanities Research Assistant in support of the Linguistic Atlas Project and the Willson Center Digital Humanities Lab (DigiLab) under the direction of Dr. William Kretzschmar. 2016–2017.

Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Chad Howe, Associate Professor in the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Georgia. 2016.

Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Margaret E. L. Renwick, Assistant Professor in the Program in Linguistics at the University of Georgia. 2015–2016.

Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Mi-Ran Kim, Senior Lecturer at the University of Georgia. 2015–2016.

Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Vera Lee-Schoenfeld, Associate Professor of Linguistics at the University of Georgia. 2016.

Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Pilar Chamorro, Assistant Professor of Hispanic and General Linguistics at the University of Georgia. 2014–2015.

Research Assistant for Dr. Monte Shelley of the Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. 2012–2013.

Research Assistant for Dr. Janis Nuckolls, Professor of Linguistics at Brigham Young University. 2011–2013.


Other Employment

Assistant for Dr. Peggy Renwick in developing materials and establishing an online repository for “Quantitative Methods in Linguistics” at the University of Georgia. 2016–2017.

Programmer for the Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. 2013.


Advising

Undergraduate

Thesis Reader for Shawn C. Foster (UGA Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities Assistantship, 2017)






Computer Skills and Tools

Expert: Excel, Perl, R

Proficient: COCA (and related corpora), CSS, DARLA, FAVE, HTML, JMP, LaTeX, PCT, Praat, Shiny, SPPAS, UCINET, Wiki markup, Windows computers, WordCruncher, Zotero, and enough web design to make this site.

Familiar: Access, AntConc, C#, DreamWeaver, HTK, LaBB-CAT, MALLET, Markdown, Photoshop, Prosody-Lab Aligner, Python, SoX, SAS, Transcriber, VBA, WebMAUS


Professional Service

Editor of the UGA Working Papers in Linguistics (4).

Member of the conference committee for the 4th Linguistics Conference at UGA (LCUGA4). Member of the social media subcommittee.

Organizer of the UGA Sociolinguistics reading group.

Organizer of the UGA Perl Study group.

Organizer of the UGA Typology reading group.

Portuguese-to-English simultaneous interpretor, Missionary Training Center, Provo, Utah. 2011–2013.


Fieldwork Experience

Sociolinguistic fieldwork in Cowlitz County, Washington. July, 2016.

Study abroad at the Andes and Amazon Field School near Tena, Ecuador, documenting Tena and Pastaza Kichwa phonology. June–July, 2011.

Brazil (Marília, SP; Campo Grande, MS; Cáceres, Cuiabá, and Várzea Grande, MG). 2008–2010. (Not linguistics related.)


Languages

Native: English

Fluent: Brazilian Portuguese

Conversational: Spanish, Quechua

Academic Knoweldge: Guaraní, Mandarin, Tz’utujil, Tshiluba, Korean


Professional Affiliations

Linguistic Society of America (LSA)

American Dialect Society (ADS)

SouthEastern Conference on Linguistics (SECOL)

Linguistc Society at the University of Georgia (LSUGA)

Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas (SSILA)