Output

This section lists my downloadable papers/slides. For an exhaustive list of my work please see my CV.

Presentation slides

Bigelow, Lauren, Timothy Gadanidis, Lisa Schlegl, Pocholo Umbal, and Derek Denis. [d]at’s loud, bro: A report on TH-stopping in Multicultural Toronto English. (pptx version with animations) 2nd Annual Buffalo-Toronto Workshop on Linguistic Perspectives on Variation Within and Across Languages (Toronto). March 16, 2019.

Gadanidis, Timothy. ‘What’s the uh for?’: Pragmatic specialization of uh and um in instant messaging. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 47. New York University (New York City). October 18–21, 2018.

Gadanidis, Timothy, Nicole Hildebrand-Edgar, Angelika Kiss, Lex Konnelly, Katharina Pabst, Lisa Schlegl, Pocholo Umbal & Sali Tagliamonte. Stance, style, and semantics: Operationalizing insights from semantic-pragmatics to account for linguistic variation. New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV) 47. New York University (New York City). October 18–21, 2018.

Gadanidis, Timothy. Um, about that, uh, variable’: Uh and um in teen instant messaging. Discourse-Pragmatic Variation & Change (DiPVaC) 4. University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland). May 28–30, 2018.

Denis, Derek and Timothy Gadanidis. Before the rise of um. Discourse-Pragmatic Variation & Change (DiPVaC) 4. University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland). May 28–30, 2018.

Gadanidis, Timothy. I’ll have to steal that… um, borrow it: Investigating uh and um in the instant messages of teens and twentysomethings. Change & Variation in Canada (CVC) 10. University of Manitoba and Université de Saint-Boniface (Winnipeg, Manitoba). May 4–5, 2018.