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 En outre, Dr Zwartjes a dirigé le groupe de recherche ROLD (Revitalising Older Linguistic Documentation) affilié à l’ACLC (Amsterdam Centre of Language and Communication) (2006-2017). Cette structure rassemble des experts venant de pays variés et se spécialise dans l’examen de de textes anciens divers (textes grammaticaux produits dans des contextes coloniaux ou non-coloniaux,​ missionnaires ou non-missionnaires ; vocabulaires rassemblés par des voyageurs et des historiens). Le but est de contribuer au progrès des connaissances dans les domaines suivants : linguistique historique, histoire de la linguistique,​ analyse socio-structurelle et traductologie. Les membres du groupe se réunissent deux fois par an pour présenter le progrès dans leurs travaux. Dr Zwartjes participe en outre à plusieurs projets internationaux:​ //Corpus de textes linguistiques fondamentaux//​ (CTLF; Paris/​Lyon);​ //Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics//​ (OREL, Oxford), //The Cambridge World History of Lexicography//​ and //O espaço das Línguas// (Lisbon). ​ En outre, Dr Zwartjes a dirigé le groupe de recherche ROLD (Revitalising Older Linguistic Documentation) affilié à l’ACLC (Amsterdam Centre of Language and Communication) (2006-2017). Cette structure rassemble des experts venant de pays variés et se spécialise dans l’examen de de textes anciens divers (textes grammaticaux produits dans des contextes coloniaux ou non-coloniaux,​ missionnaires ou non-missionnaires ; vocabulaires rassemblés par des voyageurs et des historiens). Le but est de contribuer au progrès des connaissances dans les domaines suivants : linguistique historique, histoire de la linguistique,​ analyse socio-structurelle et traductologie. Les membres du groupe se réunissent deux fois par an pour présenter le progrès dans leurs travaux. Dr Zwartjes participe en outre à plusieurs projets internationaux:​ //Corpus de textes linguistiques fondamentaux//​ (CTLF; Paris/​Lyon);​ //Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics//​ (OREL, Oxford), //The Cambridge World History of Lexicography//​ and //O espaço das Línguas// (Lisbon). ​
  
-Dr Zwartjes a aussi organisé et géré ​neuf conférences internationales sur la Linguistique Missionnaire,​ qui ont été l’occasion de rassembler pour la première fois des experts sur ce sujet venant du monde entier. Cinq recueils d’articles émanant de ces conférences ont été publiés par John Benjamins. Dr Zwartjes est “Investigador Colaborador” dans le Centro de Estudos em Letras, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal, et est « Profesor Invitado » dans l’école doctorale de Universidad de Valladolid, Spain. Il est “visiting Researcher” et “Guest Lecturer” dans les universités suivantes: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, UNAM, (FES Acatlán), CIESAS (Mexico City), Guadalajara,​ Jalisco, Göteborg Universitet,​ Universidade de São Paolo, Rhode Island College, Universität Basel, Universität Zürich, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven et la Universitetet i Tromsø. Dr. Zwartjes a été invité en tant que “Eminent Scholar” par la Japan Society for the promotion of Science (JSPS) sous les auspices du "​Invitational Training Program for Advanced Japanese Research Institutes"​. Pendant son séjour au Japon, il a été pris en charge par le Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA)/ Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS).  ​+Dr Zwartjes a aussi organisé et géré ​dix conférences internationales sur la Linguistique Missionnaire,​ qui ont été l’occasion de rassembler pour la première fois des experts sur ce sujet venant du monde entier. Cinq recueils d’articles émanant de ces conférences ont été publiés par John Benjamins. Dr Zwartjes est “Investigador Colaborador” dans le Centro de Estudos em Letras, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal, et est « Profesor Invitado » dans l’école doctorale de Universidad de Valladolid, Spain. Il est “visiting Researcher” et “Guest Lecturer” dans les universités suivantes: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, UNAM, (FES Acatlán), CIESAS (Mexico City), Guadalajara,​ Jalisco, Göteborg Universitet,​ Universidade de São Paolo, Rhode Island College, Universität Basel, Universität Zürich, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven et la Universitetet i Tromsø. Dr. Zwartjes a été invité en tant que “Eminent Scholar” par la Japan Society for the promotion of Science (JSPS) sous les auspices du "​Invitational Training Program for Advanced Japanese Research Institutes"​. Pendant son séjour au Japon, il a été pris en charge par le Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA)/ Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS).  ​
  
 Il est également “General Editor” pour la collection //​Lingüística misionera// (Vervuert/ Iberoamericana),​ éditeur associé pour le journal //​Historiographia Lingüística//​ (John Benjamins), et membre du comité de rédaction des journaux //Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana//​ (Frankfurt am Main & Madrid: Vervuert & Iberoamericana),​ //Grupo de Estudos Lingüísticos do Estado de São Paulo (GEL)// (São Paulo, Brazil), //​UniverSOS//​ (Valencia, Spain), //Revista de Lenguas y Literaturas Indoamericanas//​ (Departamento de Lenguas, Literatura y Comunicación Facultad de Educación, Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades Universidad de La Frontera, Chile) and //Todas as Letras”revista de Língua e Literatura//​ (São Paulo, Brazil). ​ Il est également “General Editor” pour la collection //​Lingüística misionera// (Vervuert/ Iberoamericana),​ éditeur associé pour le journal //​Historiographia Lingüística//​ (John Benjamins), et membre du comité de rédaction des journaux //Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana//​ (Frankfurt am Main & Madrid: Vervuert & Iberoamericana),​ //Grupo de Estudos Lingüísticos do Estado de São Paulo (GEL)// (São Paulo, Brazil), //​UniverSOS//​ (Valencia, Spain), //Revista de Lenguas y Literaturas Indoamericanas//​ (Departamento de Lenguas, Literatura y Comunicación Facultad de Educación, Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades Universidad de La Frontera, Chile) and //Todas as Letras”revista de Língua e Literatura//​ (São Paulo, Brazil). ​
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 In 2006, Dr Zwartjes founded the ROLD Research Group (Revitalising Older Linguistic Documentation) which is affiliated to the Amsterdam Centre of Language and Communication (ACLC). ​ This academic association brings together expert scholars from different countries, and is unique in investigating older texts (colonial, postcolonial,​ missionary and non-missionary,​ word lists of travelers and historians) with the following objectives: historical linguistics,​ the history of linguistics,​ sociocultural analysis, and translation studies. Under Dr Zwartjes'​ leadership, ROLD organises a bi-annual meeting of international luminaries in order to further promote its research and findings. In 2006, Dr Zwartjes founded the ROLD Research Group (Revitalising Older Linguistic Documentation) which is affiliated to the Amsterdam Centre of Language and Communication (ACLC). ​ This academic association brings together expert scholars from different countries, and is unique in investigating older texts (colonial, postcolonial,​ missionary and non-missionary,​ word lists of travelers and historians) with the following objectives: historical linguistics,​ the history of linguistics,​ sociocultural analysis, and translation studies. Under Dr Zwartjes'​ leadership, ROLD organises a bi-annual meeting of international luminaries in order to further promote its research and findings.
  
-Dr Zwartjes has also organised and managed ​nine International Conferences on Missionary Linguistics,​ an event that for the first time brought together scholars with expertise on missionary linguistic sources all over the world. Five volumes of selected papers arising from these prestigious conferences have been published with John Benjamins. ​+Dr Zwartjes has also organised and managed ​ten International Conferences on Missionary Linguistics,​ an event that for the first time brought together scholars with expertise on missionary linguistic sources all over the world. Five volumes of selected papers arising from these prestigious conferences have been published with John Benjamins. (the most recent book has been published in Lima (Fondo Editorial), the proceedings of the eighth internalional conference.
  
-Dr Zwartjes is currently ​Associate ​Professor ​(Senior Lecturer) ​at the University of Amsterdam and Leiden University (International Studies) ​where he designs and delivers both postgraduate and undergraduate teaching in Spanish/​Hispanic ​and Romance ​Linguistics and Translation Studies. ​ He is an expert and very experienced tutor and holds a Dutch teaching qualification.+Dr Zwartjes is currently ​Full Professor at the Université de Paris where he designs and delivers both postgraduate and undergraduate teaching in the History of Linguistics ​and Historical linguistics (Romance ​linguistics)
  
-Otto Zwartjes was Chair of Spanish Linguistics and Linguistic Theory at the University of Oslo from 1999 to 2004. Prior to that he was Lecturer in the Spanish Department and Researcher in the Islamic Department at the University of Nijmegen where he finished his PhD project on Medieval Hispano-Arabic Literature (1995). ​ He majored in Spanish Language and Culture at the University of Amsterdam (1986), with minors in Classical Arabic and Portuguese. ​+Otto Zwartjes was Chair of Spanish Linguistics and Linguistic Theory at the University of Oslo from 1999 to 2004. Prior to that he was Lecturer in the Spanish Department and Researcher in the Islamic Department at the University of Nijmegen where he finished his PhD project on Medieval Hispano-Arabic Literature (1995). He majored in Spanish Language and Culture at the University of Amsterdam (1986), with minors in Classical Arabic and Portuguese. ​
  
-Dr. Zwartjes is “Investigador Colaborador” in the Centro de Estudos em Letras, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal, and Profesor Invitado of the PhD Programme, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain. He is visiting Researcher and Guest Lecturer at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, UNAM, (FES Acatlán), CIESAS (Mexico City) and Guadalajara,​ Jalisco, Göteborg Universitet,​ Universidade de São Paolo, Rhode Island College, Universität Basel, Universität Zürich, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Universitetet ​Tromsø. ​ Dr. Zwartjes was invited as Eminent Scholar by the Japan Society for the promotion of Science (JSPS) under the auspices of the "​Invitational Training Program for Advanced Japanese Research Institutes"​. In Japan he was hosted by the Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA) / Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS). ​+Dr. Zwartjes is “Investigador Colaborador” in the Centro de Estudos em Letras, Universidade de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal, and Profesor Invitado of the PhD Programme, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain. He is visiting Researcher and Guest Lecturer at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, UNAM, (FES Acatlán), CIESAS (Mexico City) and Guadalajara,​ Jalisco, Göteborg Universitet,​ Universidade de São Paolo, Rhode Island College, Universität Basel, Universität Zürich, Tübingen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Universitetet ​Tromsø. ​ Dr. Zwartjes was invited as Eminent Scholar by the Japan Society for the promotion of Science (JSPS) under the auspices of the "​Invitational Training Program for Advanced Japanese Research Institutes"​. In Japan he was hosted by the Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA) / Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS). ​
  
 He is also General Editor of the book series //​Lingüística misionera// (Vervuert/ Iberoamericana),​ Associate Editor of the journal //​Historiographia Linguistica//​ (John Benjamins), and member of the editorial boards of the journals //Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana//​ (Frankfurt am Main & Madrid: Vervuert & Iberoamericana), ​ //Grupo de Estudos Lingüísticos do Estado de São Paulo (GEL)// (São Paulo, Brazil), //​UniverSOS//​ (Valencia, Spain), //Revista de Lenguas y Literaturas Indoamericanas//​ (Departamento de Lenguas, Literatura y Comunicación Facultad de Educación, Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades Universidad de La Frontera, Chile) and //Todas as Letras: Revista de Língua e Literatura//​ (São Paulo, Brazil). He is also General Editor of the book series //​Lingüística misionera// (Vervuert/ Iberoamericana),​ Associate Editor of the journal //​Historiographia Linguistica//​ (John Benjamins), and member of the editorial boards of the journals //Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana//​ (Frankfurt am Main & Madrid: Vervuert & Iberoamericana), ​ //Grupo de Estudos Lingüísticos do Estado de São Paulo (GEL)// (São Paulo, Brazil), //​UniverSOS//​ (Valencia, Spain), //Revista de Lenguas y Literaturas Indoamericanas//​ (Departamento de Lenguas, Literatura y Comunicación Facultad de Educación, Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades Universidad de La Frontera, Chile) and //Todas as Letras: Revista de Língua e Literatura//​ (São Paulo, Brazil).
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