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Noëllie BON

Non-permanent Research Engineer

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noellie.bon@gmail.com

Descriptif de la thèse

Teams : DTT  HELAN2 


  Training and professional background
  Research interests
  Scientific activities
  Administration activities
  Fieldwork
  Awards and research grants
  Teaching
  Supervised theses and dissertation
  Other international activities
  Main publications and conferences

TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

2014-2016

 

2009-2014

 

2007-2009

    MA Research in Linguistic Sciences, Universities Lumière-Lyon 2 and Paris III-ILPGA, Laboratories DDL (Lyon) and LACITO (Villejuif).

 

2008

 

2005-2006

    MA Research in Linguistics Sciences, University of Oregon, Eugene, USA, Exchange program of University Lumière-Lyon 2, Lyon.

 

2002-2005

    BA in Linguistics Sciences, University Lumière-Lyon 2, Lyon.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


 

Description and Typologie: morphosyntax and semantics

  • Nominal categorization
  • Composition and word formation
  • Grammaticalisation Processes
  • Verb Serialization
  • Expression of space

 

Phonology: comparison and tonogenesis

 

Mon-Khmer languages

 

Languages of Colombia

 

Endangered Languages, Fiedlwork, Documentation, Revitalization

 

Language Contact, borrowings, variation

 

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES


 

Members of Typology Projects : Typology and Linguistic Universals Federation

  • 2015-2018 : DEIXIS DYNAMIQUE (Resp. A. Vittrant et A. Kopecka)
  • 2010-2013 : TRAJECTOIRE (Resp. C. Grinevald, J-M. Fortis, A. Vittrant)

 

Participation and talks at workshops and seminars of the laboratory DDL

  • 2009-2016 : Morphosyntax Workshop
    • 'Constructions and morphemes order in Stieng' FR (12/15)
    • 'Serial verb constructions and verb types in Stieng' FR (11/12)
    • 'Elements of informational structure in Stieng' FR (03/12)

  • 2014-2016 : Semantic typology workshop

  • 2010-2012 : Seminars LED-TDR

  • 2011-2012 : Language Contact workshop
    Présentation 'SEA linguistic Area' FR (02/12)
    • Campbell (2006)
    • Enfield (2001)

 

ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES


 

Scientific events organization


  • Member of conference organization and coordination team
    • 2012 : Seals 22 - Resp. A. Vittrant, J.D. Thach (Agay, INALCO, LACITO)
    • 2011 : AFLICO 4 - Resp. A. Kopecka, D. Lewis, F. Chenu, C. Grinevald, L. Brendlin (Lyon, DDL)
    • 2010 : SWL 4 - Resp. F. Rose, D. Creissels, A. Guillaume (Lyon, DDL)

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    Editing and publication coordination

    • 2008 : Assistant editor, Locuteurs de langues en danger et travail de terrain sur langues en danger (2010, Faits de langues), Co-edited by C. Grinevald & M. Bert - ISH (UMS1798), Lyon.

     

    Participation to scientific popularization events

    • 2016
      Fête de la Science, workshop design and animation: lexical composition in Stieng, , ENS, Lyon
    • 2016
      Fête de la Science, Language diversity workshop animation, ENS, Lyon
    • 2013
      Caravane SOS Racisme, Workshop animation : features of the Stieng language, Lyon
    • 2011-2012
      Forum des langues , Stand Dynamique du Langage, Lyon

     

    FIELDWORK


     

    Kamsá Project: collaborative work with Kamsá speakers (Sibundoy < Putumayo < Colombia)

    • 2017
      Pilot trip: meetings with Kamsá community members; collaborative design of an ELDP IPF project (ASLAN; November-December).

     

    Stieng project: linguistic documentation with Stieng speakers (Snuol < Kratie < Cambodia)

    • 2013
      Checking data collected between 2009 and 2011 (ASLAN - ED3LA; February).
    • 2010-2011
      Textual (natural and elicitated) and lexical data collection (EFEO; November-March).
    • 2009-2010
      Textual (natural and elicitated), lexical and sociolinguistic data collection (CKS; November-May).
    • 2009
      Lexical and sociolinguistic data collection (AALLED; February-April).
    • 2007
      First exploratory fieldtrip: linguistic and sociolinguistic data collection (CKS; August).

     

    AWARDS AND RESEARCH GRANTS


     

    Research Grants

    • 2017
      Fieldwork Grants ASLAN, Colombia.
    • 2013
      Fieldwork Grants ASLAN & Ecole Doctorale 3LA, Cambodia.
    • 2011
      Fieldwork Grants, École Française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO), Cambodia
    • 2010-2011
      Visiting scholaships Explora’Doc (Rhône-Alpes) & Aires’Culturelles (Doctoral School 3LA), University of Oregon.
    • 2009-2012
      Doctoral contract, University Lumière lyon 2 & Doctoral School 3LA.
    • 2009-2010
      Senior Fellowship, Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), Cambodia.
    • 2009
      Fieldwork Grants, AALLED-DDL, Cambodia.
    • 2007
      Junior Fellowship, Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), Cambodia.
     

    Awards

    • 2016
      Shortlisted 2nd - Tenure-Track Assistant Professor position (Syntax & Documentation) - Linguistics Department, University of Hong Kong (HKU)
    • 2015
      Qualified to the functions of ' Maître de conférence' - sections CNU 07 & 15
     

    TEACHING


     

    2014-2016 : Non-Tenure Track teaching and research assistant (ATER) - Linguistics Dept - Lyon 2

    • BA 1
      • General Linguistics (Resp. A. Kopecka - 157.5h).
        • Sem. 1 : Intro. to linguistics ; phonetics ; phonology
        • Sem. 2 : morphology ; syntax
      • French Grammar (Sem. 1 - 21h - Resp. B. Martinie ).
      • Academic and disciplinary methodology (Sem.1-2 - 168h - Resp. S. Manus).
    • Master 1
      • TD de Language description (Sem. 1 - 21h - Resp. M. Bert).
    • Master 2
      • Phonology Workshop : Languages of Southeast Asia (Sem. 1 - 13h30 - Resp. S. Manus).

     

    2015 : Invited Assistant Professor - Manusastra Program - Royal University of Fine Arts (Phnom Penh, Cambodia) & INALCO (Paris)

    • Fieldwork methods and ethics seminar - Master 1 (19h30)

     

    2013-2014 : Teaching assistant - Linguistics Dept - Lyon 2

    • BA 1
      • French Linguistics : Phonology (Sem.1 - 10h30 - Resp. M. Bert).
      • General Linguistics : Syntax (Sem. 2 - 10h30 - Resp. A. Kopecka).
    • BA 3
      • French Linguistics : Phonology (Sem. 2 - 10h30 - Resp. L.Van der Veen).

     

    2011-2012 : Teaching Assistant / GTF - Linguistics Dept - Lyon 2

    • TD de General Linguistics (BA 1 - 64h - Resp. A. Kopecka ).
      • Sem. 1 : Intro. to linguistics ; phonetics ; phonology
      • Sem. 2 : morphology ; syntax

     

    SUPERVISED THESES AND DISSERTATION


     

    2015-2016
    Jinke Song - PhD: Dynamic deixis in the expression of motion in Mandarin Chinese
    Co-advisors : Anetta Kopecka (DDL, Lyon2) - Christine Lamarre (CRLAO, Inalco)

     

    2016-present
    Léa Mouton - Master 2 Dissertation: Description of an endangered languages of Vietnam

  • Official Advisor : Lolke Van der Veen (DDL, Lyon 2)
  • Co-supervisor : Alice Vittrant (DDL, Aix-Marseille)

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    OTHER INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES


     

    2010 et 2013
    Visiting scholar
    , Mica Laboratory , Hanoï, Vietnam (feb 2010 & feb 2013)

     

    2010
    Visiting scholar
    , data analysis and bibliographical work, Pr. Scott DeLancey, Department of Linguistics, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, USA (Explora'Doc-July-September).

     

    2009-2010
    Research Program, Senior Fellowship
    , Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Novembre-May).

     

    200
    Research Program, Junior Fellowship
    , Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), Siem Reap, Cambodia (July-August).

     

    MAIN PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
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    PhDs and master thesis
     

    Bon, N., 2014, "Une grammaire de la langue stieng: langue en danger du Cambodge et du Vietnam", Thèse de Doctorat, Département de Sciences du Langage, Université Lumière Lyon 2, Lyon, 629 p.


     

    Bon, N., 2009, "Une introduction à la langue stieng : profil sociolinguistique et principes phonologiques", Mémoire de Master 2, Sciences du Langage, Université Lumière Lyon 2, Lyon, France, 232 p.


    Chapters in books
     

    Bon, N., 2011, "Itinéraires d'une apprentie: en route vers les Stieng", in Linguistique de terrain sur langues en danger : Locuteurs et linguistes, 35-36, Grinevald, C. & Bert, M. (eds), Faits de Langues, Les Cahiers, Paris, Ophrys, pp. 429-442


    Journals
     

    Bon, N., 2012, "Les classificateurs numéraux du stieng du Cambodge", Typologie et Description linguistiques : interfaces et interactions, 46, pp. 45-77


     

    Bon, N., 2010, "Phonology of the Stieng language: a rime study", Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, 3-2, pp. 22-48


    Invited presentations
     

    Bon, N., 2016, "The expression of motion events in Stieng. In functional-typological, methodological and analytical perspectives", Research Seminar, HKU Linguistics, Hong Kong , May 26


     

    Bon, N., 2015, "Le stieng, langue en danger d’Asie du Sud-Est : approches sociolinguistique, descriptive, fonctionnelle-typologique et aréale", Séminaires du Centre Asie du Sud-Est (CASE - UMR 8170), Paris, France, 7 mai


     

    Bon, N., 2012, "Classificateurs numéraux du stieng + Clichés de terrain", Cours de syntaxe de Licence 3 (Caroline Imbert), Université Stendhal Grenoble 3, 13 novembre


     

    Bon, N., 2011, "Phonologie de la langue stieng : étude comparative des rimes et tonogénèse", Introduction à l'étude des langues tibéto-birmanes, Paris - ILPGA et LACITO, 25 novembre


     

    Bon, N., 2010, "Describing an endangered unwritten language: An introduction to data collection and analysis", CKS Research Seminar, Center for Khmer Studies (CKS), Phnom Penh, Cambodia, May 15


    Conference presentations
     

    Vittrant, A., Lamarre, C., Voisin-Nouguier, S., Kopecka, A., Bon, N., Fagard, B., Grinevald, C., Moyse-Faurie, C., Risler, A., Song, J.K., Tan, A. & Voirin, C., 2017, "Revising the category of directionals in the light of advances in typology", NAMED, International workshop on "Neglected Aspects of Motion-Event Description", ENS, Paris, 19-20 mai


     

    Bon, N., 2017, "Spheres of ideologies in Cambodia: Feedbacks from the field - from 2007 to 2013", LED-TDR Lyon workshop: Sociolinguistics of endangered languages Profiles, Post-vernacularity and Revitalization, DDL-ASLAN, Lyon, France , 24-25 avril


     

    Vittrant, A. & Bon, N., 2016, "La complexité cachée des langues d'Asie", ASLAN - Complexity Workshop , Lyon, 15-16 juin


     

    Bon, N., 2015, "La composition lexicale en stieng, une langue typique d'Asie du Sud-Est ", Panel : Les langues d’Asie du Sud-Est, une aire de convergence linguistique - Cinquième Congrès Asie & Pacifique, Paris, France, 9-11 septembre


     

    Bon, N., 2014, "Traces de contact, évolution vs. conservation. Le cas du stieng comme reflet d’un état antérieur du khmer", Colloque international sur le Cambodge : La conscience du passé chez les Khmers et leurs voisins, Approches linguistique, historique et ethnologique, Phnom Penh, Cambodge, 15-16-17 décembre


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