HISTOIRE DES THEORIES LINGUISTIQUES


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Aimée Lahaussois (English version)

Education

  • Habilitation à diriger des recherches, linguistics, Université de Paris (2020)
  • PhD, linguistics, University of California, Berkeley (2002)
  • Bachelor of Arts, classics, Princeton University (1993)

Areas of research

  • Description and documentation of Tibeto-Burman languages, Kiranti group (Nepal)
  • Morphosyntax
  • Field linguistics: tools and methodology
  • Grammaticography and history of descriptive linguistics
  • History of annotation practices (glossing, translation)

Collaborative projects directed

  • Taxogram project (IDEX Emergences en recherche grant, co-directed with Yvonne Treis), 2021
  • Collaborative Research Project (funded jointly by CNRS and University of Melbourne) with Barbara Kelly (U of Melbourne) “Chains of influence in the description of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal”, May 2017-May 2018.
  • TULQuest project (Project investigating linguistic and typological questionnaires), funded by the Fédération de Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques, 2014-2018.
  • TUL project on “Ideophones and Interjections”(co-directed with Yvonne Treis, LLACAN), funded by the Fédération de Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques, 2018-2019.
  • “Dictionnaire historique de la terminologie linguistique” project (co-directed with Bernard Colombat), 2010-2017.
  • ANR project HimalCo “Parallel corpora in Himalayan languages” (project coordinator: Guillaume Jacques, CRLAO), 2013-2016.

Scientific events organized

  • Workshop “Ideophones and interjections” (co-convened with Yvonne Treis), SLE conference, Leipzig, August 2019
  • Scientific session “Linguistiques amérindiennes” (co-organized with Chloé Laplantine and Jacqueline Léon), Paris, 30 September 2017
  • International Workshop on Kiranti Languages“ (co-organized with Guillaume Jacques), Paris, 1-2 December 2016
  • Workshop on “Extended grammars” (co-organized with Emilie Aussant), Paris, 3-4 November 2016
  • Scientific session “From punctuation to morphosyntactic glosses: East and West, past and present” (co-organized with Franck Cinato), Paris, 12 December 2015

Teaching

  • Typologie et linguistique de terrain, first year Master's program course, Linguistics department, University of Paris VII (2016, 2017, 2018: co-taught with O. Bonami; 2019, 2020: co-taught with Otto Zwartjes)
  • Field investigation techniques, first year Master's program course, Linguistics department, University of Paris VII (2019, 2020)
  • Méthodes linguistiques : linguistique de terrain, first year Master's program course, Linguistics department, University of Paris VII (2014)
  • Initiation au thulung rai, third year Bachelor's program course, Linguistics department, University of Paris IV (2009-2010), (2010-2011)

PhD supervision

  • 2020-…, Jean-Baptiste Lamontre, “Pratiques grammaticographiques dans la description des langues himalayennes, de Brian H. Hodgson au Linguistic Survey of India” (co-supervisor Emilie Aussant, CNRS, HTL). Funding : Paris Diderot (ED 622) PhD contract.

Publications and presentations

Online resources

Contributions to LACITO Pangloss archive

Dissertation

  • 2002, Aspects of the grammar of Thulung Rai: an endangered Himalayan language, University of California, Berkeley, 390 p
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