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14 Terms of Affection from Across the U.S.Angela Tung, Mental Floss, February 14, 2017
13 Ways to Say You're ‘Mad as Hell’ Across the U.S.Angela Tung, Mental Floss, February 7, 2017
Commentary: Here's hoping all youse enjoy this Chicago Tribune, February 6, 2017
Beware the words of winter Casper Star–Tribune, January 31, 2017
11 Idioms for 'Exhausted' from Across the United StatesAngela Tung, Mental Floss, January 20, 2017
“Christmas Gift!” The Roots of a Southern Holiday SayingDaily Shot, The Garden & Gun Blog, December 23, 2016
Talking with Joan Houston Hall about DARE8 O'Clock Buzz, WORT Radio, December 16, 2016
9 Ways of Saying 'Stupid' Across the United StatesAngela Tung, Mental Floss, December 8, 2016
‘How to Speak Midwestern,’ a Heartland Dialect GuideBooks of the Times, New York Times, December 4, 2016
What’s a Woggin? A Bird, a Word, and a Linguistic MysteryAtlas Obscura, Slate, December 2, 2016
Do you speak like a Midwesterner?Crain's Chicago Business, December 1, 2016
A good dictionary offers plethora of rewardsnewsminer.com, November 29, 2016
BWW Review: Gabrielle Lamb Presents her Choreographybroadwayworld.com, November 29, 2016
From N.H. to La.: ‘Dictionary of American Regional English’ Update No. 6Allan Metcalf, Lingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 14, 2016
When art collides with dataTEDxMileHighWomen: It's About Time, October 28, 2016
18 Spooky Halloween Sayings From Around the U.S.Angela Tung, Mental Floss, October 13, 2016
25 Dramatic Dragonfly Nicknames From Around the U.S.Angela Tung, Mental Floss, October 4, 2016
All aflutterSuffolk News-Herald, September 27, 2016
Frog Strangler, Pot Cheese, Whistle Pig: A Celebration of Regional Slang!The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC, September 14, 2016
"A needless four-letter word"Notebook, The Guardian, September 14, 2016
Endangered Connecticut words trying to make a comebackConnecticut Post, September 9, 2016
A Quest to Save America’s Dying Regional SlangThe Atlantic, September 8, 2016
Book review: Flypaper DreamsThe Chronicle, Barton VT, August 29, 2016
16 Buggy Ways to Say 'Mosquito'Angela Tung, Mental Floss, August 18, 2016
New in DARE: Bird’s Nest on the GroundAllan Metcalf, Lingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education, August 17, 2016
21 Pulpy Pieces of Lumberjack LingoAngela Tung, Mental Floss, July 26, 2016
17 Scrumptious Ice Cream Idioms from All Over the U.S.Angela Tung, Mental Floss, July 17, 2016
Bear Guts? Backwoodser? DARE Updates Sayings Starting With "B"Central Time, Wisconsin Public Radio, July 13, 2016
What is your favourite word?ABC Radio Network, July 6, 2016
13 Regional Insults to Offend People Across the U.SAngela Tung, Mental Floss, June 6, 2016
12 Different Ways to Say 'Doughnut' Across the U.S.Angela Tung, Mental Floss, June 3, 2016
Adding together and tearing apart wordsnewsminer.com, May 30, 2016
13 Poke-Easy Regional Idioms to Describe Lazy PeopleAngela Tung, Mental Floss, May 25, 2016
Coffee Talk: Regional idioms to describe coffeeAngela Tung, Wordnik, May 19, 2016
11 imaginative regional idioms to describe heavy rainAngela Tung, Mental Floss, May 19, 2016
DARE to Carry Guts to a BearAllan Metcalf, Lingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 19, 2016
Wisconsin has a way with wordsBTN LiveBIG, April 30, 2016
Great: a massive, important, meaningless wordBoston Globe, "Ideas", by Mark Peters, April 15, 2016
Yinz, youse, and y’allMerrill Perlman, Columbia Journalism Review, January 19, 2016
Droppin’ the U (and G): The Pacific Northwest Accent, AnalyzedThe Corvallis Advocate, December 28, 2015
Digital ‘DARE’ Update: Half-Price Holiday SpecialAllan Metcalf, Lingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 14, 2015
Updating the Dictionary of American Regional EnglishLive at 4, Channel3000.com, December 1, 2015
Did you leave your Berliner in your Rumpelkammer?Mark Johnson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, November 30, 2015
Holy Horsecrap, Batman! The Equine BS VocabularyMark Peters, OUPblog, November 24, 2015
Words Count: A Rantum Scoot through DAREInside UW-Madison, November 10, 2015
Flubdub: A Folksy, Rhymy, Awesome Word for BSMark Peters, Lexicon Valley, Slate, November 4, 2015
Words Count: A Rantum Scoot through DARELibrary News & Events, UW-Madison Libraries, November 2, 2015
‘Tricks or Treats’ Goes SingularWall Street Journal, October 30, 2015
The Great Punkin Controversy"Lingua Franca," Chronicle of Higher Education, September 25, 2015
Light joins art after dark at Olbrich GardensWisconsin State Journal, August 23, 2015
Busy B's at 'DARE'Lingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 14, 2015
Documenting the Diversity of American EnglishLexicon Valley, Slate.com, June 29, 2015
Nibbling AwayLingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 19, 2015
Do We Talk Funny? 51 American ColloquialismsNPR History Department, May 12, 2015
Dictionary of American Regional English prepares to close downAs It Happens, CBC Radio, April 23, 2015
The word is out: I was a teenage astamagootis"Notebook," The Guardian, April 22, 2015
Dictionary of American Regional English Faces Shutdown"ArtsBeat," New York Times, April 15, 2015
American dialect project in jeopardy"Books", Boston Globe, April 11, 2015
Requiem for a Dictionary? Or Life Support?"Lingua Franca," The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 6, 2015
A way with wordsUW–Madison News, March 31, 2015
End near for Dictionary of American Regional English?Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 30, 2015
Grammar School: A sense of where words come fromPilotOnline.com, March 21, 2015
The Humanities InterviewsAmerican Council of Learned Societies, Advancing the Humanities, February 28, 2015
Post-Crescent Media wins 37 awardspostcrescent.com, February 28, 2015
'Dibs': the Great Northern Parking Tradition"Lingua Franca," The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 6, 2015
Words that Originated in the Pacific NorthwestKUOW.org, 94.9 FM, Seattle News & Information, December 23, 2014
Do Pacific Northwesterners Have An Accent?KUOW.org, 94.9 FM, Seattle News & Information, December 14, 2014
I RememberMilwaukee Public Television, November 24, 2014
Pittsburghers petition jagoff for dictionary additionThe Globe, Point Park University, October 21, 2014
Twitter "rimracked" by Mitch McConnell QuoteThe Courier–Journal, October 14, 2014
Body Language: On Speaking TermsHarvard Medicine, September 18, 2014
Do You Speak Portage? Residents asked to take language surveyPortage Daily Register, September 16, 2014
Reference Collection SpotlightThe New York Society Library Blog, August 21, 2014
Continuing Research on Regional English"The Larry Meiller Show," Wisconsin Public Radio, August 19, 2014
Grants fund UW technology projects on the road to commercializationUniversity of Wisconsin–Madison News, August 15, 2014
Through Art, Data Gets HumanizedWID Culture, August 4, 2014
The 140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2014TIME.com, May 1, 2014
DARE Reboots for New GenerationAppleton Post Crescent, April 16, 2014
How America Talks"A Way with Words", January 25, 2014
The Dictionary of American Regional English: Recent DevelopmentsNEH Division of Preservation and Access, January 13, 2014
What you say depends on where you say itChicago Sun–Times.com, January 12, 2014
The Regional Nature of American SpeechRaleigh Telegram, January 8, 2014
A Whoopensocker of a DealHarvard University Press Blog, March 2, 2012
What a whoopensocker! Dialect dictionary reaches ZMilwaukee Journal Sentinel, February 25, 2012
Regional Dictionary Finally Hits ‘Zydeco’The New York Times, February 24, 2012
Track artwork Chinese Orphans Catch a Break Soundcloud, February 22, 2012
Frog Hair to Woolies: Dust Bunnies by 173 Other NamesThe Wall Street Journal, February 21, 2012
A ‘Hero’ by Another Name Loses Its New York FlavorThe Wall Street Journal, February 21, 2012
The things we say The Baltimore Sun, February 15, 2012
The dictionary of tahn tawkPost Gazette, February 9, 2012
Yellow cedars victims of lack of snow The Globe and Mail, February 5, 2012
Canadian-speak crossing the border Toronto Sun, February 3, 2012
A Dictionary of American DialectThe Take Away, February 2, 2012
Dictionary of American Regional EnglishCBC Radio, February 2, 2012
A Whoopensocker of a DictionaryThe Wall Street Journal, January 31, 2012
From Aa to Zydeco, It’s in DAREThe Chronicle of Higher Education, January 17, 2012
American Dialects A-ZBoston Globe, January 15, 2012
Words of America: A Field GuideHumanities, September 1, 2011
A Round of DAREderdashHarvard University Press Blog, July 11, 2011
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