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Anna Luisa Daigneault from the Living Tongues Institute sits down with Lee Ballard of the FLA for a chat about language endangerment, activism, revitalization, talking dictionaries, and two notable events: Mother Language Day and the Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
What are the most beautiful languages to her, and should there be a national language in the US? Hollien, forensic phonetics, acoustics, and speaker identification expert, speaks about the challenges in determining intoxication levels from speech samples in the Exxon Valdez case.
Meeting clients’ expectations, while maintaining your integrity within a community of academics, as an expert trial witness, can present interesting challenges. Hollien, author of “The Acoustics of Crime: The New Science of Forensic Phonetics,” among many other books and academic articles, and foremost expert in forensic phonetics, speaker identification, and acoustics, reflects on a lifetime career in the forensic sciences.
Be sure to visit Indie Go Go to donate to “Talking Dictionaries for Papua New Guinea’s Endangered Languages” today! FLA editor Lee Ballard sits down with his sister, Becky, to discuss language in the US and globally.
What have been Becky’s experiences in over 30 countries, with learning Spanish, and in DC?