39 minutes | May 15th 2020

Ep 17: Mary Walworth on Fieldwork with a Baby

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Today's episode is with Mary Walworth from the Max Planck Institute. Mary is co-leader of the Comparative Oceanic Languages (CoOL) Project at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Germany. She received her MA and PhD from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, where she focused primarily on documenting the understudied languages of French Polynesia. She specializes in the historical relationships of Oceanic languages, examining both direct relatedness and indirect, contact-based linguistic development. She has worked with many communities throughout French Polynesia and Vanuatu.In this episode, Mary shares how her experiences parenting in the field influenced her research and her relationship with the community she collaborates with.Things mentioned in this episode:Rapa languageEmae language Epi languagesComparative Oceanic Languages (CoOL) ProjectMary on Twitter @mary_walworthGet in touch: Website: https://fieldnotespod.comEmail: fieldnotespod@gmail.comTwitter & Instagram: @lingfieldnotes
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