I am also interested in the documentation of understudied and endangered (Ibero-Romance) languages as well as the development of empirically-sound, qualitative methodologies for generative research particularly in relation to non-standard dialect syntax and online data collection.
#Documentatulengua is a ‘citizen science’ project that I have been running since 2015. Its aim is to document lesser-known languages/non-standard Romance dialects of the Iberian Peninsula.
I have recently begun a British Academy/Leverhulme-funded documentation project on the grammar of Judeo-Spanish, a language considered critically-endangered by UNESCO, which will identity the distinguishing structural characteristics of this branch of Ibero-Romance and the linguistic ‘distance’ between Judeo-Spanish and modern Spanish varieties from the morphosyntactic perspective. If you are interested in getting involved in this project, please contact me at a.corr(at)bham.ac.uk.