Montreal tells us about their study on the use of a particular phonetic feature of American English by a handful of genderfluid students at Reed, and also about how they became interested in linguistics.
Reed community members can read Montreal’s thesis, “/s/tylizing the /s/elf: A First Look into the Concurrent Fluidity of Gender and Language,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.
Albert talked with Hannah about her thesis exploring how students with chronic illnesses manage their time while in college by studying Reed students.
Reed community members can read Hannah’s thesis, “‘Resting time is not wasted time’: Chronic Illness, Time Perspectives, and The Reed Student Experience,” online in the Electronic Theses Archive.
Quarantine has created an atmosphere for a lot of difficult conversations with friends and especially families. Today we will hear from Jade about her research study on gender and pronouns amongst Reed students.
Reed community members can read Jade’s thesis online in the Electronic Theses Archive.