This page is updated a bit less frequently than my CV, so you may want to check there as well if you’re looking for something I’ve done. If you’d like access to anything on my CV that’s not yet available for download here, please contact me at [email protected] and I’d be thrilled to share it with you. I’m also happy to answer any questions you have about any of my research!
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, Tim. ‘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, Tim. ‘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 Tim Gadanidis. Before the rise of um. Discourse-Pragmatic Variation & Change (DiPVaC) 4. University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland). May 28–30, 2018.
Gadanidis, Tim. 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.
I’m writing a Reddit scraper in Python to make gathering Reddit data easier for researchers interested in qualitative discourse analysis, who might not be familiar with programming. It glues together PRAW and PSAW to output Reddit data from a specified time period in HTML, CSV, and/or pickle formats. (Right now it might not be very useful to anyone except me. I’m currently working on adding documentation, creating a GUI to make it more useful for those who aren’t familiar with the command line, and thinking of a more distinctive name than “reddit_scraper”.)