The Interactional Sociophonetics Lab is a research space in the Department of Linguistics for collecting data for sociophonetic investigation. The facility contains The Living Room, where high-quality audio and video recordings of social interactions can be made in a less overtly experimental context than typical sound booths; The Observation Deck, a work station for observing these interactions and conducting audio and video analysis; The Art Studio, a room for collecting articulatory phonetic data; and office space for a postdoc (currently Patrick Callier) or lab manager. The lab, designed and directed by Rob Podesva, opened in 2012.
Please send all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are affiliated with the Department of Linguistics and would like to conduct research in the lab, include in your inquiry a request to be invited to the online room reservation calendars.