Chantal Gratton

Publications and Presentations

Journal Publications

2016

Indexin' gender: Variable (ING) and the creation of non-binary trans identities. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 22(2), Article 7.

Conferences & Colloquia

2018

Lewis Esposito and Chantal Gratton. Rhythm and the embodiment of physical practices. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 47: Methods and Innovation, New York University. 18-21 October.

2018

With rich data comes chaotic results: The impact of interaction on the perception of contrastive intonation. Sociolinguistic, Psycholinguistic and Formal Perspectives on Meaning, Paris. 3 July.

2018

The form and meaning of contrastive intonation. The Fifteenth Annual QP Fest in Linguistics, Stanford University. 20 April.

2017

Robert Podesva, Frankie Conover, Alma Flores-Perez, Chantal Gratton, Aurora Kane, Daisy Leigh, Julia Mendelsohn, Carra Rentie and Anna-Marie Sprenger. Cross-community variation in onset /l/ among California Latinx speakers. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 46: Progress , University of Wisconsim in Madison. 3 November.

2017

Non-binary identity construction and intraspeaker variation. The 91st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America , University of Texas at Austin. 7 January.

2016

"Anything but that!": The effects of misgendering and place on non-binary transgender voices. Panel: Language, power and materiality in trans* communities (organized by Lal Zimman and Jenny Davis). Trans*Studies: An International Transdisciplinary Conference on Gender, Embodiment, and Sexuality, University of Arizona. 10 September.

2016

Vocal pitch and identity creation: A sociophonetic analysis of non-binary transgender voices. IGALA (International Gender and Language Association) Conference 9: Times and Transition: Gender, sexuality discourse and language, City University of Hong Kong. 19 May.

2015

Indexin' gender: Variable (ING) and the creation of non-binary tran identities. Poster presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 44: Intersections, York Univeristy and University of Toronto. 23 October.

2015

Recreating gender: The linguistic construction of non-binary gender identities. Poster presented at the Linguistic Society of America's 2015 Linguistic Institute at the University of Chicago. 28 July.

2015

Indexin' gender: Variable (ING) and the creation of non-binary tran identities. Linguistics and Applied Linguistics Graduate Student Forum, York University. 22 May.

2015

Recreating gender: The linguistic construction of non-binary gender identities. Department of Language, Literature and Linguistics Research Symposium, York University. 27 February.

Thesis

2016

Resistance and resilience: The linguistic construction of non-binary transgender identities. Toronto, Canada: York University unpublished manuscript.