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Aimée Lahaussois (English version)

Education

  • PhD, linguistics, University of California, Berkeley (2002)
  • Bachelor of Arts, classics, Princeton University (1993)

Areas of research

  • Tibeto-Burman languages, Kiranti group (Nepal): Thulung Rai, Khaling Rai, Koyi Rai
  • Morphosyntax
  • Field linguistics: tools and methodology
  • Grammaticography: seeking the sources for the models underlying grammar writing
  • Data annotation practices (glossing, translation) and their evolution through time

Collaborative projects directed

  • Ideophones and Interjections (co-directed with Yvonne Treis, LLACAN), Labex EFL, 2020-2024.
  • 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.
  • Ideophones and Interjections program (co-directed with Yvonne Treis, LLACAN), funded by the Fédération de Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques, 2018-2019.
  • Dictionnaire historique de la terminologie linguistique (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 (past and upcoming)

  • (upcoming) Workshop on 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
  • 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)

Publications and presentations

Online resources

Contributions to LACITO Pangloss archive

Publications

  • In prep. Cinato, Franck & Lahaussois, Aimée & Whitman, John, eds. Glossing Practice: Comparative Perspectives. Lexington Books.
  • In prep. Glosses in 1850-1910 descriptions of languages with complex verbal morphology. In Cinato, Franck & Lahaussois, Aimée & Whitman, John, eds. Glossing Practice: Comparative Perspectives.
  • In prep. Inauspicious events in Thulung.
  • In prep. Predicate derivations in Thulung.
  • Accepted (will appear in 2020). With Barbara Kelly. Chains of influence in Himalayan grammars: models and interrelations shaping descriptions of TB languages of Nepal. Linguistics.
  • In press. With Guillaume Jacques and Shuya Zhang. “Associated Motion in Sino-Tibetan/Trans-Himalayan”
  • In press (2019). Edited volume, with Bernard Colombat. Histoire des Parties du Discours. Leuven: Peeters, collection Orbis/Supplementa
  • In press (2019). With Bernard Colombat. Parties du discours. In Bernard Colombat & Aimée Lahaussois (ed), Histoire des parties du discours. Leuven : Peeters, collection Orbis/Supplementa
  • In press (2019). Interjection. In Bernard Colombat & Aimée Lahaussois (ed), Histoire des parties du discours. Leuven : Peeters, collection Orbis/Supplementa
  • In press. “Grammaires étendues et descriptions de morphologie verbale”, thematic issue co-directed with Emilie Aussant. Faits de Langues 52.
  • In press (fall 2019). The Shapes of verbal paradigms in Kiranti languages. Faits de Langues 52.
  • 2019. Jean-Marie Fournier, Aimée Lahaussois, Valérie Raby (eds.). Grammaticalia : Hommage à Bernard Colombat. Lyon: ENS Editions.
  • 2019. “Les parties du discours dans les manuels de description linguistique.” In Jean-Marie Fournier, Aimée Lahaussois, Valérie Raby (eds.), Grammaticalia : Hommage à Bernard Colombat. Lyon: ENS Editions.
  • 2019. Aimée Lahaussois & Marine Vuillermet (eds). Methodological Tools for Linguistic Description and Typology. Language Documentation and Conservation Special Publication No. 16. Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press. http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/ldc/sp16/
  • 2019. The TULQuest Linguistic Questionnaire Archive. In Aimée Lahaussois & Marine Vuillermet (eds). Methodological Tools for Linguistic Description and Typology. Language Documentation and Conservation Special Publication No. 16. Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press, p. 34-49.
  • 2018. Examining approaches to describing complex verbal morphology for an unwritten language. In Colombat, Bernard, Combettes, Bernard, Raby, Valérie & Siouffi, Gilles. Histoire des langues et histoire des représentations linguistiques. Paris: Honoré Champion https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01895550
  • 2017. Book review of A grammar of Yakkha (Schackow, Diana, 2015, Studies in Diversity Linguistics 7, Language Science Press). Journal of South Asian Languages and Linguistics 4 (2), p. 329-336.
  • 2017. Relativization strategies and alignment in Thulung Rai. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 46.1, pp. 73-100.
  • 2016. “Where have all the interjections gone? A look into the place of interjections in contemporary grammars of endangered languages.” Assunção, Carlos, Gonçalo Fernandes & Rolf Kemmler, eds. 2016. Tradition and Innovation in the History of Linguistics: Contributions from the 13th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS XIII), Vila Real, 25-29 August 2014. Münster: Nodus Publikationen. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01361106
  • 2016, “The translation tier in interlinear glossed text: changing practices in the description of endangered languages.” In Philips-Batoma, Patricia, and Zhang, Florence (eds), Translation as Innovation: Bridging the Sciences and the Humanities. Normal, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, pp. 261-278. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01361155
  • 2015, avec Jacqueline Léon, “Transcription and translation of unwritten languages in American linguistics (1950s to 2000s)”, dans Aussant, Emilie (ed.) La traduction dans l'histoire des idées linguistiques. Représentations et pratiques. Geuthner. pp 235-258. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01895529
  • 2014, “The Kiranti comparable corpus: a prototype corpus for the comparison of Kiranti languages and mythology,” In Mari Jones (ed), Endangered Languages and New Technologies, Cambridge University Press, pp. 17-34. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01205241
  • 2012, avec Séverine Guillaume. “A viewing and processing tool for the analysis of a comparable corpus of Kiranti mythology.” LREC Building and Using Comparable Corpora Workshop Proceedings https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01229423
  • 2009, Endangered Languages, CNRS International Magazine 14 (juillet) (ici).
  • 2006, Handbook on language preservation and documentation, languages of Nepal, UNESCO, 155 p. cédérom [Scientific committee: Jim Matisoff, Colette Grinevald, Leanne Hinton, David Bradley, Suwilai Premsrirat]. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00447503
  • 2005, avec Guillaume Jacques, CR de : Graham Thurgood, Randy LaPolla, The Sino-Tibetan Languages, Routledge, 2005, dans Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 34(1):129-137.
  • 2003, Ergativity in Thulung Rai: a shift in the position of pronominal split, in D. Bradley, R. LaPolla, B. Michailovsky & G. Thurgood (eds), Language Variation: Papers on variation and change in the Sinosphere and in the Indosphere in honour of James A. Matisoff, Canberra, Australian National University (Pacific Linguistics), p. 101-112. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00004760

Conference/seminar presentations

  • accepted talk, “Derivational predicates in Thulung Rai”, South Asian Languages Analysis Roundtable (SALA), 29-31 October 2019, Paris
  • accepted talk, “The emergence of segmentation in descriptions of Tibeto‐Burman languages of Nepal”, Henry Sweet Society, 5-8 September 2019, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • 2019, with Yvonne Treis, “Introduction”, Workshop on ideophones and interjections, SLE, 21-24 August 2019, Leipzig, Germany
  • 2019, “Tracing influences in descriptive grammar organization”, Himalayan Languages Symposium, 26-28 June 2019, Sydney, Australia
  • 2019, “The morphology of derivational predicates in Thulung”, International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, 23-25 June 2019, Sydney, Australia
  • 2019, “Predicate derivations in Thulung”, Paris Diderot LingLunch seminar, 6 June, Paris
  • 2019, “Une étude pilote en grammaticographie empirique : grammaires de langues du Népal”, HTL-Labex seminar, 20 May, Paris
  • 2019, with Barbara Kelly, “Establishing linguistic schools through reading descriptive grammars: a pilot study using Himalayan grammars”, Conference of the Société d'histoire et épistémologie des sciences du langage, 24-26 January, Paris
  • 2018, with Barbara Kelly, “Evolving approaches to verbal paradigms in Hodgson’s descriptions of Kiranti languages”, Society for the History of Linguistics in the Pacific, 12-14 December, Adelaide, Australia.
  • 2018, with Guillaume Jacques, “Ambulatives in Kiranti”, ESAMP (Events and Space: Associated Motion and Posture), 5 December, Université Paris Diderot, Paris
  • 2018, “TULQuest: an interactive archive for linguistic questionnaires” (Poster), Syntax of the World's Languages, 3-5 September, Paris
  • 2018, “Inauspicious events in Thulung Rai: from prohibitives to the odd avertive,” Syntax of the World's Languages, 3-5 September, Paris
  • 2018, “Ambulative constructions in Khaling Rai and Thulung Rai.” Himalayan Languages Symposium, 8-10 June, Lucknow, India.
  • 2018, “Associated Motion: an emerging category”. Séminaire HTL-Labex EFL, January 29th.
  • 2017, with Guillaume Jacques and Shuya Zhang. “Associated Motion in Sino-Tibetan/Trans-Himalayan”. Workshop on Associated Motion, Meeting of the Association for Linguistic Typology, 15 December, Canberra (presented by Shuya Zhang)
  • 2017, “The TULQuest linguistic questionnaire archive”. Workshop on questionnaires in linguistic description and typology, 9-10 November, Paris.
  • 2017, “TULQuest, an online archive for linguistic questionnaires”. Journées des programmes TUL, 14-15 September, Paris.
  • 2017, “Glosses for argument roles in descriptions of languages with polypersonal verbal indexation”. International Conference on the History of Language Sciences, 28/8-1/9/2017, Paris
  • 2017, with Jacqueline Léon. “Morpheme as a unit (of transcription and analysis) in American anthropogical linguistics.” Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society, 28 April, University of Westminster, London, UK.
  • 2016, “The shapes of verbal paradigms in Kiranti languages”. Workshop on Extended Grammars, 3-4 November 2016. (Co-organized with Emilie Aussant)
  • 2016, “Examining approaches to describing complex verbal morphology for an unwritten language.” Colloque SHESL, 21-23 janvier 2016, Paris
  • 2016, “Himalco : Corpus parallèles en langues himalayennes”. Séminaire Problèmes d'Analyse et Comparaison de Langues, 13 janvier 2016, LACITO, Villejuif.
  • communication acceptée. “Ideophones in Khaling Rai”. Colloque Himalayan Languages Symposium, 26-28 novembre 2015, Katmandou, Népal.
  • 2015, “Contemporary interlinear glossing as practiced by field linguists.” Séance scientifique HTL “From punctuation to morphosyntactic glosses: East and West, past and present” (co-organisée avec Franck Cinato), 12 décembre 2015, Paris
  • 2015, “Relativization in Thulung Rai” XVIIIe Journées Linguistique Asie Orientale, 2-3 juillet 2015, Paris
  • 2014, “Reflexive derivations in Thulung Rai”. Syntax of the World's Languages, Pavia, Italy, 8-10th September 2014.
  • 2014, “Where have all the interjections gone? A look into the place of interjections in contemporary grammars of endangered languages.” ICHOLS XIII, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal, 25-29th August 2014. http://ichols-xiii.realvitur.pt/program.aspx
  • 2011, “The Thulung Rai verbal system: an account of verb stem alternation”, South Asian Languages Analysis Roundtable XXIX, Mysore, India, 6-8/1/11

Dissertation

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