Élaina's Story
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Accentricity
9M ago
This is the final episode (at least for now!) of The Moving Project. During the Covid-19 pandemic we worked with a group of people from all over the world, teaching them to podcast and helping them to tell personal stories about the experience of moving from one place to another. The results of this course are a series of episodes: each one about a very different migration experience, and each person bringing their own style and personality. We hope you love them as much as we do. *** From Élaina: I'm a crip Filipinx philosopher of disability currently working on a long-COVID research podcast ..read more
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Special episode: “Really this girl ought to be going to something better”
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Manchester Voices
1y ago
Over the past few years, as well as making Accentricity, I’ve been working on the Manchester Voices research project at Manchester Metropolitan University, with Rob Drummond, Holly Dann, Sarah Tasker and Erin Carrie. As part of this work, we used oral history recordings to explore language change over time, and we’ve recently published a journal article about this work. We’re really proud of this article, but it’s not really that accessible to people who aren’t professional linguists, and we wanted to find a way to share our work with everyone who’s interested: so we made a podcast episode to ..read more
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Bonus Episode: Learning To Talk, One Year Later
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Accentricity
2y ago
If you would like to take the Wug test (or test the tiny people in your life), I’ve done a blog post it which allows you to do the test here. Remember that it’s not a test of intelligence! It tests a kid’s stage of linguistic development, and also their willingness to play along with the weird world of adults. *** In this particular episode, I’m focusing on the stories of kids who are acquiring spoken language, and who are moving towards communicating in the same kind of way as I am now. Of course kids are much more diverse than this. Not everyone learns to talk, and some people develop commun ..read more
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Special episode: Talking About Voices
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Manchester Voices
2y ago
As well as making Accentricity, I work on the Manchester Voices project at Manchester Metropolitan University, with Rob Drummond and Holly Dann. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we ran a podcasting course and competition for schools called Talking About Voices. This is a special episode announcing the competition winners. If you’re a teacher in a school in Greater Manchester, email manchester.voices@mmu.ac.uk to ask about taking part in Talking About Voices round 2 in the coming school year. If you’re a pupil, or if you have a young person in your life who would love this, ask their teacher to ge ..read more
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Anna and Sadie's Story
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Accentricity
2y ago
Over the past year, during the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve been working with a group of people from all over the world, teaching them to podcast and helping them to tell personal stories about the experience of moving from one place to another. Everyone who took part was brand new to podcasting, and most of the episodes were made without any professional equipment, using mobile phones and free editing software. The results of this course are seven episodes: each one about a very different migration experience, and each person bringing their own style and personality. We hope you love them as much ..read more
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Lisa's Story
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Accentricity
2y ago
Over the past year, during the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve been working with a group of people from all over the world, teaching them to podcast and helping them to tell personal stories about the experience of moving from one place to another. Everyone who took part was brand new to podcasting, and most of the episodes were made without any professional equipment, using mobile phones and free editing software. The results of this course are seven episodes: each one about a very different migration experience, and each person bringing their own style and personality. We hope you love them as much ..read more
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Helen and Sam's Story
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Accentricity
2y ago
Over the past year, during the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve been working with a group of people from all over the world, teaching them to podcast and helping them to tell personal stories about the experience of moving from one place to another. Everyone who took part was brand new to podcasting, and most of the episodes were made without any professional equipment, using mobile phones and free editing software. The results of this course are seven episodes: each one about a very different migration experience, and each person bringing their own style and personality. We hope you love them as much ..read more
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Claire's Story
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Accentricity
2y ago
Over the past year, during the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve been working with a group of people from all over the world, teaching them to podcast and helping them to tell personal stories about the experience of moving from one place to another. Everyone who took part was brand new to podcasting, and most of the episodes were made without any professional equipment, using mobile phones and free editing software. The results of this course are seven episodes: each one about a very different migration experience, and each person bringing their own style and personality. We hope you love them as much ..read more
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Charles and Alejandra's Story
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Accentricity
2y ago
Over the past year, during the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve been working with a group of people from all over the world, teaching them to podcast and helping them to tell personal stories about the experience of moving from one place to another. Everyone who took part was brand new to podcasting, and most of the episodes were made without any professional equipment, using mobile phones and free editing software. The results of this course are seven episodes: each one about a very different migration experience, and each person bringing their own style and personality. We hope you love them as much ..read more
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Maria's Story
Accentricity
by Sadie Durkacz Ryan, Accentricity
2y ago
Over the past year, during the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve been working with a group of people from all over the world, teaching them to podcast and helping them to tell personal stories about the experience of moving from one place to another. Everyone who took part was brand new to podcasting, and most of the episodes were made without any professional equipment, using mobile phones and free editing software. The results of this course are seven episodes: each one about a very different migration experience, and each person bringing their own style and personality. We hope you love them as much ..read more
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