Katie Drager - Publications
Ti kouka / cabbage tree on the Scarborough walk, Canterbury
- Drager, Katie (forthcoming) Experimental Methods in Sociolinguistics. In Janet Holmes and Kirk Hazen (eds.) Research Methods in Sociolinguistics: A practical guide, Wiley-Blackwell.
Select Conference Presentations, Posters, and Papers
- Grama, James, M. Joelle Kirtley, Katie Drager, Sean Simpson and Rebecca Clifford (2012) Language Change in Hawai‘i: KIT, DRESS & TRAP in Motion. Paper to be presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation 41. Bloomington, October 2012.
- Grama, James and Katie Drager. (2012) Mapping Linguistic Ideologies on O‘ahu. Paper to be presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation Asia Pacific 2. Tokyo, August 2012.
- Drager, Katie, Rachel Schutz, Ivan Chik, Kate Hardeman and Victor Jih (2012) When hearing is believing: Perceptions of speaker style, gender, ethnicity, and pitch. Paper presented at the LSA Annual Meeting. Portland, January 2012.
- Drager, Katie, Rebecca Clifford and Jennifer Hay (2011) The production and perception of a low back vowel merger. Paper presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation 40. Georgetown, October 2011.
- Drager, Katie (2011) Style and Perceived Sexuality. Paper presented at E. Levon and R. Beline Mendes Sexuality in Language: Analyzing complex social practice, themed panel at New Ways of Analyzing Variation 40. Georgetown, Washington D.C., October 2011.
- Drager, Katie and Jennifer Hay (2010) A novice's guide to understanding mixed effects models. Paper presented as part of the workshop on Using Statistical Tools to Explain Linguistic Variation at NWAV 39, San Antonio.
- Drager, Katie and Jennifer Hay. (2010) Visual subliminal primes affect vowel perception. Poster presented at the 12th Conference on Laboratory Phonology. Albuquerque, July 2010.
- Drager, Katie (2010) Exploring stored representations of speaker style. Paper presented at the Workshop on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Sociolinguistic Meaning, the Ohio State University, June 2010.
- Kaiser, Eden and Katie Drager. (2009) A sociophonetic investigation of nasalization, vowel perception, and speaker characteristics. Poster presented at The International Nasal Workshop. Montpellier, June 2009.
- Drager, Katie and Abby Walker (2009) Phonetic variation in polysemous words. Paper presented at The LSA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, January 2009.
- Drager, Katie, Penelope Eckert and Kyuwon Moon (2008) Style and prosodic variation. Paper presented at NWAV 37, Houston, November 2008.
- Drager, Katie (2008) Language, stance, and identity at Selwyn Girls' High. Paper presented at the 5th International Gender and Language Association Conference. Wellington, July 2008.
- Drager, Katie (2006) Social categories, grammatical categories, and the likelihood of "like" monophthongisation. Paper presented at the 11th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science & Technology.University of Auckland, New Zealand, December 6-8, 2006. Christchurch, August 2006. Digital proceedings pp. 384-87.
- 2012 (with M. Joelle Kirtley, James Grama, Sean Simpson, and Rebecca Clifford) Phonetic Variation and Change in Hawai‘i English. Linguistics Tuesday Seminar, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, May 2012.
- 2012 Variation and Change in Hawai‘i English. Keynote speaker at the Symposium about Language and Society - Austin (SALSA) XX: Languages and Societies in Contact, Austin, April 2012.
- 2011 Conducting Speech Perception Experiments. Paper presented at Yaegor-Dror, M. and M. DiPaolo Sociophonetics Workshop at the LSA Summer Institute, Boulder, CO, July 2011.
- 2011 Co-Constructing Identity: evidence from ethnographic and experimental research on language. Paper presented at the Centre for General Linguistics (ZAS), Berlin, June 2011.
- 2011 Style, Stereotypes, and Sound Change. Plenary address at the 15th Annual Student Conference of the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, April 2011.
- 2011 The Present and Future of Linguistics: a panel discussion. With W. O'Grady and K. Rehg. Linguistics Tuesday Seminar, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, January 2011.
- 2010 Perceived Style. Paper presented at the inaugural workshop of the New Zealand Institute for Language, Behaviour and the Brain, Christchurch, December 2010.
- 2010 Variation in Speech Perception (and Why Sociolinguists Should Care). Senior Citizen Visitor Program, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, January 2010.
- 2009 Form Variation in Speech Production and Perception. Languages and Linguistics Seminar, University of York, June 2009.
- 2009 Toward a Model of Sociophonetic Variation in Production and Perception. Linguistics Seminar, Newcastle University, June 2009.
- 2009 Mum's like "why do you say that?" The production and perception of like at Selwyn Girls' High. Linguistics Seminar Series, Queen Mary, University of London, May 2009.
- 2009 Social Psycholinguistics: Toward a model of speech production and identity construction. Linguistics Department Seminar, University of Canterbury, March 2009.
- 2008 Speech Perception with Attitude. Linguistics Tuesday Seminar, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, December 2008.
- 2008 Phonetic Variation and Speaker Identity. University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, November 2008.
- 2008 Speech Divergence as Performance. Sociorap, Stanford University, March 2008.
- 2008 Effect of the Experimenter. Phonetics Phorum, UC Berkeley, February 2008.
- 2007 Multiple Methodologies. University of Canterbury, October 2007.
- 2007 Sociophonetics in New Zealand. University of Essex, June 2007.
- 2007 Socially-Conditioned Variation in the Production and Perception of New Zealand English. Newcastle University, June 2007.
- 2007 A Sociolinguistic Ethnography in a New Zealand High School. Sociolinguistic Research Seminar, University of Oxford, June 2007.
- 2007 Sociophonetic Variation in New Zealand English. General Linguistics Graduate Seminar, University of Oxford, May 2007.
- 2006 Toying with Speech Perception. University of the Third Age, Christchurch, August 2006.
- 2004 Social Influences on the Perception of DRESS and TRAP in New Zealand English. Departmental seminar at the University of Canterbury. Christchurch, August 2004.