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Laurène BARBIER

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Laurene.Barbier@cnrs.fr

 


  Training and professional background
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  Awards and research grants
  Participation in research projects
  Main publications and conferences

As a PhD student associated to the SALTA project (ANR-20-CE27-0015-01), I am currently investigating the spatial system of Negidal, a now higly moribund Tungusic language spoken by a few speakers in Far-Eastern Siberia, near the Amgun river in the Lower Amur region. The main focus of this research lies in the description of the symmetries and asymmetries which could appear in Negidal's expression of spatial events, including the Source/Goal asymmetry. If attested, I also intend to investigate the potential impact of language contact with Russian on the expression of spatial events in Negidal.


TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

Since 2022 : PhD, Linguistics
L'expression des événements spatiaux et l'(a)symétrie source/but en néguidale (langue toungouse)
Under the supervision of Brigitte Pakendorf & Anetta Kopecka
Laboratoire Dynamique du Langage, ED 3LA, Université Lumière Lyon 2

 

2020 - 2021 : Master 2, Linguistics, major sociolinguistics and social approach to language
L’influence du russe sur la syntaxe des subordonnées circonstancielles en haut-negidal
Under the supervision of Brigitte Pakendorf & Isabelle Léglise
National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO)

 

2019 - 2020 : Master 1, Linguistics
L’impact des langues russe et japonaise sur les langues de Sakhaline et du Bas-Amour, un état de la recherche sur l’influence des langues colonisatrices
Under the supervision of Brigitte Pakendorf & Rémi Camus
National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO)

 

2015 - 2018 : Bachelor degree, Japanese language and civilisation LLCER
Université Paris Diderot Paris 7

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


 

Language documentation

 

Language contact

 

Tungusic languages

 

AWARDS AND RESEARCH GRANTS


 

2022 - 2025 : PhD contract as part of the project SALTA (Spatial Asymmetries across Languages: a Typological Approach, ANR-20-CE27-0015-01)

 

2021 : Summer Fellowship CNRS-JSPS, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Under the supervision of Shinjiro Kazama

 

2020 : Master Grant Labex EFL

 

PARTICIPATION IN RESEARCH PROJECTS


 

Since 2018 : Associate member as part of the project Les parlers du Croissant (ANR-17-CE27-0001-01)

 

MAIN PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
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Books
 

Dayen, M. & Barbier, L., 2021, "Le p’tit prince [Traduction en genouillacois du Petit Prince d'Antoine de Saint- Exupéry]", Neckarsteinach, Éditions Tintenfaß.


Conferences with proceedings
 

Barbier, L., 2021, "Description du parler de Genouillac : les particularités d’un ‘patois’ dit ‘francisé’ et ses enjeux descriptifs"2es rencontres sur les Parlers du Croissant, Montluçon, 15/03/2019, Esher, L., Guérin, M., Quint, N. & Russo, M. (eds), L’Harmattan, pp. 47-62, Le Croissant linguistique entre oc, oïl et franco-provençal, Des mots à la grammaire, des parlers aux aires


Conference presentations
 

Barbier, L., 2021, "Russian Influence on Upper Negidal Adverbial Clauses", Indigenous languages of Russia in contact with Russian, Vinogradov Institute, Moscow (online), 11/02/2021


 

Barbier, L., 2019, "Description du parler de Genouillac : les particularités d’un ‘patois’ dit ‘francisé et ses enjeux descriptifs", 2es rencontres sur les Parlers du Croissant, Montluçon, 15/03/2019




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