- Podesva, Robert J. To appear in 2019. The role of the body in language change. Social Meaning and Linguistic Variation: Theorizing the Third Wave, ed. by Lauren Hall-Lew, Emma Moore, and Robert J. Podesva. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
keywords: California vowel shift, GOAT, embodiment, movement, smiling
- Voigt, Rob, Penelope Eckert, Dan Jurafsky, and Robert J. Podesva. 2016. Cans and cants: Computational potentials for multimodality with a case study in head cant. Journal of Sociolinguistics 20: 677-711.
keywords: prosody, interaction, head cant
- Podesva, Robert J., Patrick Callier, Rob Voigt, and Dan Jurafsky. 2015. The connection between smiling and GOAT fronting: Embodied affect in sociophonetic variation. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 18.
keywords: California vowel shift, GOAT, smiling
- Voigt, Rob, Robert J. Podesva, and Dan Jurafsky. 2014. Speaker movement correlates with prosodic indicators of engagement. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 7.
keywords: prosody, movement
- Podesva, Robert J. 2018. The affective roots of gender patterns in the use of creaky voice. Paper to be presented at Experimental and Theoretical Approaches to Prosody (ETAP), at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
keywords: creaky voice, embodiment, movement, smiling, sentiment analysis
- Podesva, Robert J. 2018. Vowel quality and affective stance. Paper presented at Sociolinguistic, Psycholinguistic, and Formal Perspectives on Meaning (SPF), Paris.
keywords: California vowel shift, KIT, DRESS, TRAP, prosody, embodiment, movement, smiling, sentiment analysis
- Podesva, Robert J., Katherine Hilton, Kyuwon Moon, and Anita Szakay. 2013. Nasality as non-aggressiveness: An articulatory sociophonetic study. Paper presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 42, Pittsburgh.
keywords: nasality, performance