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The podcast about constructed languages

Episodios

  • Conlangery 147: Naming a disease

    Conlangery 147: Naming a disease

    17/07/2020 Duración: 01h13min

    George and Joey Windsor use the various names of COVID-19 as a jumping off point to talk about naming diseases. Note that this episode was recorded in May, and quite a lot has changed in the intervening time. Top of Show Greeting: Chátsu Special mentions (from top of show note): A list of BLM charities,... Read more »

  • Conlangery Shorts 33: More Personal Conlanging

    Conlangery Shorts 33: More Personal Conlanging

    05/05/2020 Duración: 11min

    George shares some ambitious plans for a new world with lots of naming languages. Links: Ankong Family Ingar Family X Family Lexifer Phonix Songs of the Eons Script: Welcome to Conlangery, the podcast about constructed languages and the people who create them. I’m George Corley. I’m doing a short this month, as being at home... Read more »

  • Conlangery 146: LangTime Studio

    Conlangery 146: LangTime Studio

    06/04/2020 Duración: 01h06min

    George brings on David J Peterson and Jesse Sams to talk about their new livestreaming adventure, LangTime Studio. Top of Show Greeting: Nekāchti Transcript {00:00:00} {Greeting} {Music} George: Welcome to Conlangery, the podcast about constructed languages and the people who create them. I’m George Corley. In plague-ridden California we’ve got David J. Peterson. David: {Clears... Read more »

  • Conlangery 145: Building with Polysemy

    Conlangery 145: Building with Polysemy

    27/02/2020 Duración: 01h30min

    George brings on Ezekiel Fordsmender and Margaret Randsdell-Green to talk about techniques for creating polysemous lexical entries. Top of Show Greeting: Chicken Links and Resources: CLICS3 Wiktionary (esp. Arabic, Latvian, Scottish Gaelic words) STEDT Lakoff, G. (2008) Women, fire, and dangerous things: What categories reveal about the mind. University of Chicago press. Heine, B., Bernd,... Read more »

  • Conlangery 144: Conlanging for Dungeons and Dragons

    Conlangery 144: Conlanging for Dungeons and Dragons

    03/02/2020 Duración: 01h13min

    George brings on two conlanger DMs, Joey Windsor and David J Peterson, to discuss how to incorporate conlanging into Dungeons and Dragons and other role-playing games. Top of Show Greeting: Boral (by Jack Keynes) Links and Resources: The 5E d20 Standard Reference Document Matt Colville’s YouTube channel The Chain Matt Colville speaking “Gith” D&D Beyond... Read more »

  • Conlangery SHORTS 32: Lexember Themes

    Conlangery SHORTS 32: Lexember Themes

    01/12/2019 Duración: 20min

    George talks a little bit about how choosing a theme for Lexember can be helpful for your conlanging. Original script Welcome to Conlangery, the podcast about constructed languages and the people who create them. I’m George Corley. I went on social media recently to ask what people wanted covered before Lexember and got some great... Read more »

  • Conlangery Shorts 31: Listen Like a Conlanger — Child Language

    Conlangery Shorts 31: Listen Like a Conlanger — Child Language

    03/11/2019 Duración: 18min

    George talks a little about little tidbits of his daughter’s linguistic development, and talks about how listening to child language might help conlangers find inspiration.

  • Conlangery 143: Music of Aeniith

    Conlangery 143: Music of Aeniith

    07/10/2019 Duración: 48min

    Margaret Ransdell-Green and Eric Barker come on to talk about the music they created for Margaret’s concultures in the world of Aeniith, which they performed at LCC8. Top of Show Greeting: Muipidan

  • Conlangery 142: Mike McCubbins on Anasazi (comic)

    Conlangery 142: Mike McCubbins on Anasazi (comic)

    30/08/2019 Duración: 54min

    We bring Mike McCubbins on to talk about his new Kickstarter project, Anasazi, a comic which uses simple constructed written languages to tell a story in a visual medium. You can find the Kickstarter here! Top of Show Greeting: Salbécyk / Salbekian

  • Conlangery 141: The Eighth Language Creation Conference

    Conlangery 141: The Eighth Language Creation Conference

    05/08/2019 Duración: 01h00s

    George brings on Christophe and Joey to talk about their experience at the Eighth Language Creation Conference. We also have clips from interviews Joey made at the conference. Top of Show Greeting: Bizhida Links: 8th Language Creation Conference Livestream: Day 1, Day 2

  • Conlangery 140: Word Classes with William Croft

    Conlangery 140: Word Classes with William Croft

    03/07/2019 Duración: 01h11min

    George and William invite Prof. William Croft to talk about his theoretical approach to word classes and constructions. Forget a language without adjectives, let’s talk about how your property concepts are predicated! Links and Resources: Croft, William. in preparation. Morphosyntax: constructions of the world’s languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 1, Chapter 2 Croft, William.... Read more »

  • Conlangery SHORTS 30: Revising a Grammar

    Conlangery SHORTS 30: Revising a Grammar

    03/06/2019 Duración: 11min

    George spends some time talking about his recent revisions of his Istatikii grammar, with a focus on organizing writing to serve the needs of the language and the readers. You will find the two drafts of the Istatikii consonant processes below. Script below the fold, see the history here. Welcome to Conlangery, the podcast about... Read more »

  • Conlangery 139: Ainu (natlang)

    Conlangery 139: Ainu (natlang)

    06/05/2019 Duración: 01h17min

    Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets joins us to talk to us about Ainu, a minority language of northern Japan. Top of Show Greeting: Bwángxùd by alr2569 (Translation Notes) Links and Resources: Japan’s new policy on the Ainu is misleading A Topical Dictionary of Conversational Ainu Bugaeva, A. (2004). Grammar and folklore texts of the Chitose dialect of Ainu:... Read more »

  • Conlangery #138: Jessie Sams and Conlangs in the Classroom

    Conlangery #138: Jessie Sams and Conlangs in the Classroom

    08/04/2019 Duración: 52min

    Jessie Sams comes on the show to talk to us about how she uses conlanging in the classroom. We discuss how these courses can be designed, what fields of linguistics they address well, and the results she saw from the course. Jessie also requested the following message be added to the notes: I would also... Read more »

  • Conlangery #137: Telicity and Lexical Aspect

    Conlangery #137: Telicity and Lexical Aspect

    05/03/2019 Duración: 46min

    George and William come back to talk about telicity and lexical aspect. Listen to us talk about endpoints in events and puzzle over why achievement and accomplishment are supposed to mean different things. Links and Resources: Agbo, M. (2010). Verb classification and Aktionsart in Ìgbò. California Linguistic Notes, 35(1), 1–21. Aoki, N., & Nakatani, K.... Read more »

  • Conlangery SHORTS 29: Reflections of a PhD graduate

    Conlangery SHORTS 29: Reflections of a PhD graduate

    01/02/2019 Duración: 07min

    George reflects on completing his PhD, and talks to those conlangers who might be considering graduate study in linguistics. Script below the fold: Welcome to Conlangery, the podcast about constructed languages and the people who create them. I’m George Corley, and we’re back! We’re going to have a short episode today, just to catch y’all... Read more »

  • Conlangery SHORTS #28: Fuzzy Phonetics

    Conlangery SHORTS #28: Fuzzy Phonetics

    14/04/2018 Duración: 19min

    George gives a short talk about how phonology affects phonetic transcriptions and why the narrow “phonetic” transcription of your language does not have to be overly specific (especially with vowels!). We should have a regular episode again next month. ORIGINAL SCRIPT: There is a tendency in the conlanging community to hew toward more narrow, standardized... Read more »

  • Conlangery #136: Nymeran with Colm Doyle

    Conlangery #136: Nymeran with Colm Doyle

    08/03/2018 Duración: 57min

    Colm Doyle comes on to talk about his Nymeran language, created for the comic series Glow, as well as some of the process and challenges of making a conlang and script for comics. Top of Show Greeting: Vaq’ǫ̀ʔ Nąśą /vàqʼõ̀ʔ nã̀ʃã́/ Glow issue 2 Kickstarter

  • Conlangery #135: Using Linguistic Theory for Conlanging

    Conlangery #135: Using Linguistic Theory for Conlanging

    05/02/2018 Duración: 01h13min

    Joey Windsor and Christophe Grandsire-Koevets join George to discuss what tools we can get from more advanced linguistics theoretical frameworks. What tools do they provide the conlanger, and where do you have to be careful about applying them. Top of Show Greeting: Gidurguyt [ɡɪ-ərdɡuː-jɪt] LCC Presentations: Doug Ball’s Talk Unfortunately, the video of Joey’s talk... Read more »

  • Conlangery SHORTS #27: #Lexember 2017 Wrap-up

    Conlangery SHORTS #27: #Lexember 2017 Wrap-up

    13/01/2018 Duración: 16min

    George discusses last year’s Lexember and some of the things that came out of that. Also, help us correct our transcripts on the Conlang Sources Wiki. What we reblogged on Tumblr. The Conlangery Twitter account. (Sorry, twitter search is bad, so I can’t  conveniently direct you just to Lexember retweets.)

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