Unstandardized English

Unstandardized English

A podcast seeking justice for the racially, linguistically, and neurologically minoritized. Host JPB Gerald examines issues including whiteness, raciolinguistics, academia, capitalism, and sometimes pop culture.

Episodes

November 28, 2022 29 min

A live recording of the Nov 3rd NYS TESOL presentation of host Dr. Gerald's book.


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In this episode, host Dr. JPB Gerald discusses the experience of moving from a more powerful to less powerful group with his guest, Dr. Amina Douidi. Really fascinating stuff.

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Buy Dr. Gerald's book here: https://www.multilingual-matters.com/page/detail/?K=9781800413269

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In this episode, host Dr. JPB Gerald and guest Hannah Lukow discuss their similar paths into language, EFL, and community education.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald speaks with the Dr. Jeniree Flores, host of the Latinx Can podcast, about the connection between her work and his, and what it means to be "professional."

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October 3, 2022 64 min

In this episode, host JPB Gerald speaks with Dr. Clara Bauler about the decisions they're both making about the best locations in which to raise their kids, and how the decisions are different for racialized families.


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September 19, 2022 36 min

Just host JPB Gerald talking about "Nope" because he wanted to criticize the superficial criticisms thereof.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald and guest Hayley Gold discuss the latter's work as a visual artist and crossword creator conteding with grand themes of anti-racism. You can check out her work here.

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In this episode (the season 4 premiere!), host JPB Gerald and returning guest Dr. Elizabeth King discuss effecting change, theories of the change, and the limits of policy change as a proxy for justice.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald talks language and race with doc candidate Samantha Harris. That sounds dull but their research brings out a lively discussion that you'll definitely enjoy.

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June 27, 2022 57 min

I gave the keynote for the NJTESOL conference on June 3rd. This is that talk

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June 13, 2022 54 min

In this episode, host Dr. JPB Gerald and his guest, Ty Slobe, discuss how linguistic justice and political participation intersect.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald and guest Dr. Ursula Moffitt talk about the latter's research on white individuals' racial development as well as the broader conversation around the topic.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald and guest Alex Kapitan discuss Alex's work in the world of copyediting and how Alex resists the oppressive structures of the field.

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May 12, 2022 39 min

A very sweet conversation between the host and his wife, Alissa, after he defended his dissertation.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald and his guest, Dr. Rachel Elizabeth Weissler, discuss the latter's work in examining African American English, perception, prosody, and, somehow, caramel. It's a fun conversation that anyone interested in language and racial categorization won't want to miss.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald talks with Dr. Johanna Ennser-Kananen about her experiences examining ideologies of language and whiteness from her perspective in Finland. The result is unique, and adds to the show's list of different angles on whiteness and language. Enjoy!


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald has a conversation with linguistics doc candidate Kaylynn Gunter about her research on biases and language, and then her experiences being a white person in a white space with an unjustified reputation for progressiveness.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald and guest Sam Hoadley-Brill have a wide-ranging discussion about race, the epistemologies of whiteness and the fear that prevents full racial knowlefge.


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On this episode, his first as a member of the Connectd Podcast network, host JPB Gerald brings on the hosts of the Vocal Fries, Drs. Carrie Gillon and Megan Figueroa, to discuss podcasting and their approaches to justice in language and outside of the siloes of academia.


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In this episode, host JPB Gerald concludes his story about his journey from applying to his doctoral program up through his dissertation. This part covers the book deal, the absurd amount of projects that came together all at once, and then his proposal and IRB process and dissertation research. It's a lot! It ends with an announcement about the future of the show. If you like the work and are able to support, please visit the ...

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