Publications

Labex EFL Publications (2015+) 

Journal papers

2015

  1. Abboub, N., Bijeljac-Babic, R., Serres, J., & Nazzi, T. (2015). On the importance of being bilingual: Word stress processing in a context of segmental variability. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 132, 111-120.
  2. Adamou, E. & K. Granqvist, 2015, Unevenly mixed Romani languages, International Journal   of Bilingualism, 19 (5): 525-547.
  3. Adamou, E., Breu W., Scholze L. & R. X. Shen, (à paraître, décembre 2016), Borrowing and contact intensity: A corpus-driven approach from four Slavic minority languages. Journal of Language Contact, 9 (3): 515-544.
  4. Aviles K. « Discours et stigmatisation identitaire. Le cas d’une communauté nahua au Mexique », in Mots Les langages du politique, Discours d’Amérique Latine Identités et conflits, dossier coordonné par Samouth, Eglantine, Yeny Serrano y Jean-Paul Honoré, n° 109. pp. 21 – 35.
  5. Benazzo, S. & Morgenstern, A. 2015. A bilingual child’s multimodal path into negation. Gesture. 174-202.
  6. Bonami, Olivier. “Periphrasis as collocation.” Morphology 25 (2015): 63-110.
  7. Bonami, Olivier, and Ana R. Luís. 2015. “Sur la morphologie implicative dans la conjugaison du portugais : une étude quantitative.” In Mémoires de la Société de Linguistique de Paris, 111-151. Vol. 22
  8. Bonami, Olivier, and Pollet Samvelian. 2015. “The diversity of Inflectional Periphrasis in Persian.” Journal of Linguistics 51: 327-382.
  9. Bouchon, C., Floccia, C., Fux, T., Adda-Decker, M. & Nazzi, T. (2015). Call me Alix, not Elix: Vowels are more important than consonants in own name recognition at 5 months. Developmental Science, 18, 587-598.
  10. Bouchon, C., Nazzi, T., & Gervain, J. (2015). Hemispheric asymmetries in repetition enhancement and suppression effects in the newborn brain. Plos One, 10,
  11. Bouton, S., Colé, P., Serniclaes, W., Duncan, L.G., & Giraud, A.-L. (2015). Atypical phonological processing impairs written word recognition in children with cochlear implants. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. DOI: 10.1080/23273798.2014.1002796
  12. Burman, J. T., Guida, A., & Nicolas, S. (2015). Hearing the inaudible experimental subject: Echos of Inaudi, Binet’s calculating prodigyHistory of Psychology18, 47-68. 
  13. Cellier, Peggy and Charnois, Thierry and Plantevit, Marc and Rigotti, Christophe and Crémilleux, Bruno and Gandrillon, Olivier and Kléma, Jiri and Manguin, Jean-Luc. « Sequential pattern mining for discovering gene interactions and their contextual information from biomedical texts ». Journal of Biomedical Semantics, 27:6, p.1–12, 2015.
  14. Chirkova, Katia, Wang Dehe, Yiya Chen, Angélique Amelot, and Tanja Kocjančič Antolík. 2015. Ersu: Illustrations of the IPA. Journal of the International Phonetic Association2: 187-211.
  15. Colonna, Saveria, Sarah Schimke, and Barbara Hemforth. “Different effects of focus in intra- and intersentential pronoun resolution in German.” Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience (2015).
  16. Collet, G., Colin, C., Serniclaes, W., Hoonhorst, I., Markessis, E., Deltenre, P., & Leybaert, J. (2015). Changes in voicing perception by adult French speakers after identification training. Applied Psycholinguistics, 36, 463-483. doi:10.1017/S0142716413000313
  17. Creissels Denis, Sokhna Bao-Diop, Alain-Christian Bassène, Mame-Thierno Cissé, Alexander Cobbinah, Guillaume Segerer et al.. L’impersonnalité dans les langues de la région sénégambienne. Africana Linguistica 21, pp.29-86. . <10.2143/AL.21.0.3122578>.
  18. Crevier Buchman, Angélique Amelot, Samer K. Al Kork, Martine Adda-Decker, Nicolas Audibert, Patrick Chawah, Bruce Denby, Thibault Fux, Aurore Jaumard-Hakoun, Pierre Roussel, Maureen Stone, Jacqueline Vaissiere, Kele Xu, and Claire Pillot-Loiseau. 2015. Acoustic data analysis from multi-sensor capture in rare singing: Cantu in Paghjella case study”. International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era IJHDE 4 (1), 120-132
  19. Crysmann, Berthold. 2015. ” The Representation of Morphological Tone in a Computational Grammar of Hausa”. Journal of Language Modelling 3: 463-512.
  20. Crysmann, Berthold, and Olivier Bonami. 2016. “Variable morphotactics in Information-Based Morphology.” Journal of Linguistics DOI S0022226715000018.
  21. Sebastian Dom, Guillaume Segerer, Koen Bostoen. 2015. Antipassive/associative polysemy in Cilubà (Bantu, L31a): A plurality of relations analysis. Studies in Language, 39(2), pp.354-385. . <10.1075/sl.39.2.03dom>.
  22. Fortis, Jean-Michel (2015) Sapir et le sentiment de la forme, Histoire Epistémologie Langage 37(2): 153-174.
  23. Fortis, Jean-Michel (2015) L’amalgame: un aperçu historique, Neologica 9, 15-34. 
  24. Gehrke, Berit, and Louise McNally (2015). Distributional modification: The case of frequency adjectives. Language. LANGUAGE, VOLUME 91, NUMBER 4 (2015)
  25. Gehrke, Berit (2015). Adjectival participles, event kind modification and pseudo incorporation. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory.
  26. Gonzalez-Gomez, N. & Nazzi, T. (2015). Constraints on statistical computations at 10 months of age: The use of phonological features. Developmental Science, 18(6), 864-876.
  27. Grice, M., Ridouane, R., & Röttger, T. 2015. Tonal association in Tashlhiyt Berber: Evidence from polar questions and contrastive statements. Phonology 32 (2), 241-266.
  28. Haude, Katharina and Fernando Zúñiga.(in press). Inverse and symmetrical voice: on languages with two transitive constructions. Linguistics.
  29. Henri, F., & Kihm, A. (2015). Inflectional Periphrasis in Creole Languages: The case of Mauritian and Kriyol. Word Structure 8, 248-282.
  30. Heidlmayr, K., Hemforth, B., Moutier, S., & Isel, F. (2015). Neurodynamics of executive control processes in bilinguals: Evidence from ERP and source reconstruction analyses. Frontiers in Psychology 6, 821.
  31. Hemforth Barbara, S Fernandez, C Clifton, jr., L Frazier, L Konieczny, & M Walter, (2015) Relative Clause Attachment in German, English, Spanish and French: Effects of Position and Length. Lingua.
  32. Idiatov, Dmitry. 2015. Clause-final negative markers in Bobo and Samogo: parallel evolution and contact. Journal of Historical Linguistics 5(2). 235–266.
  33. Jacques, G. 2015. Derivational verbal morphology in Khaling. Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics 8(1). 78–85.
  34. Jacques, G. 2015. On the cluster *sr- in Sino-Tibetan. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 43(1). 215–223.
  35. Jacques, G. 2015. The origin of the causative prefix in Rgyalrong languages and its implication for proto-Sino-Tibetan reconstruction. Folia Linguistica Historica 36(1). 165–198.
  36. Jacques, G. 2015. The spontaneous-autobenefactive prefix in Japhug Rgyalrong. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 271–291.
  37. Jacques, Guillaume 2015. Review of ‘A grammar of Pumi’ by Picus Ding. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 38.2:319-323.
  38. Koen Bostoen, Sebastian Dom, Guillaume Segerer. 2015. The antipassive in Bantu. Linguistics 53 (4), pp.731-772.
  39. Kremer-Sadlik T., Morgenstern A., Peters, C., Beaupoil, P., Caët, S., Debras, C., Le Mené, M. 2015. Eating fruits and vegetables: An Ethnographic Study of American and French Family Dinners. Appetite. 84-92. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2015.01.012
  40. Léonard, Jean Léo & Julien Fulcrand. 2015.Complexité de la flexion verbale dans les diasystèmes basque et mazatec : notes diasystémiques. Lapurdum 2015 XIX : 389-403.
  41. Lobo, M., Santos, A. L. & Soares-Jesel, C. (2015). Syntactic structure and information structure: the acquisition of Portuguese clefts and be-fragments. Language Acquisition. DOI:10.1080/10489223.2015.1067317.
  42. Manoiloff, L., Segui, J., & Hallé, P. 2015. Subliminal repetition primes help detecting phonemes in a picture: Evidence for a phonological level of the priming effects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69(1), 24-36.
  43. Michaud, A & He, L. 2015. Phonemic and tonal analysis of the Pianding dialect of Naxi (Dadong County, Lijiang Municipality). Cahiers de Linguistique – Asie Orientale 44(1). 1–35 plus online Appendices. doi:10.1163/19606028-00441p01.
  44. Michaud, A. 2015. Phrasing, prominence, and morphotonology: How utterances are divided into tone groups in Yongning Na. Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics 86–116. doi:10.1163/2405478X-00801006.
  45. Michaud, A., Ferlus, A., & Nguyễn, M-C. 2015. Strata of standardization: the Phong Nha dialect of Vietnamese (Quảng Bình Province) in historical perspective. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 38(1). 124–162. doi:10.1075/ltba.38.1.04mic.
  46. Migge, Betina et Isabelle Léglise. Assessing the sociolinguistic situation of the Maroon creoles. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 30:1. 63-115.
  47. Montaut, Annie. 2015. Deixis et particule énonciative : l’exemple de to en hindi. Faits de langues (dossier: Deixis et énonciation), pp.31-64.
  48. Morgenstern, A.; Beaupoil, P. 2015. Multimodal approaches to language acquisition through the lens of negation. Vestnik of Moscow State University. Linguistics and literary studies. Issue 6 (717). Special issue on discourse as social practice. 435-451
  49. Nazzi, T., Nishibayashi, L.-L., Berdasco-Muñoz, E., Baud, O., Biran, V., & Gonzalez-Gomez, N. (2015). Acquisition du langage chez l’enfant prématuré durant la première année de vie. Archives de Pédiatrie, 22(10), 1072-1077.
  50. Nicolas, S. (2015). Psychology in French academic publishing in the late 19th century: Alfred Binet, editorial director at the Schleicher publishing houseJournal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences51(3), 285-307.
  51. Nicolas, S., Andrieu, B., Sanitioso, R. B., Vincent, R., & Murray, D. J. (2015). Alfred Binet and Crépieux-Jamin : Can intelligence be measured scientifically by graphology ?L’Année Psychologique / Topic in Cognitive Psychology115(1), 3-52.
  52. Nicolas, S., & Guida, A. (2015). Charcot and the mental calculator Jacques Inaudi. European Yearbook of the History of Psychology, vol. 1, 107-138.
  53. Nishibayashi, L-.L., Goyet, L., & Nazzi, T. (2015). Early speech segmentation in French-learning infants: monosyllabic words versus embedded syllables. Language & Speech, 58(3), 334-350.
  54. Noordenbos, M., & Serniclaes, W. (2015). Categorical perception in dyslexia: A meta-analysis. Scientific Studies of Reading, 19, 340-359. doi: 10.1080/10888438.2015.1052455
  55. Pacton, S. & Afonso Jaco, A. (2015). Comment les enfants apprennent-ils l’orthographe des mots. Revue Française de Linguistique Appliquée, 2, 51-61.
  56. Palancar, Enrique. 2015. A mixed system of agreement in the suffix classes of Lealao Chinantec. Morphology 25: 29-62.
  57. Palancar, Enrique L. and Timothy Feist. 2015. “Agreeing with subjects in number: The rare split of Amuzgo verbal inflection”. Linguistic Typology 19(3): 337–383.
  58. Poltrock, S. & Nazzi, T. (2015). Consonant/vowel asymmetry in early word form recognition. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 1312, 135-148.
  59. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2015. Noun classes in numerals: the case of Niger-Congo languages. The numeral systems of Niger-Congo. Vestnik of Saint-Petersburg University2, p. 36-58 (en russe).
  60. Riou, E. et B. Hemforth, 2015, ‘Dislocation clitique de l’objet à gauche en français écrit’, Discours, 16.
  61. Serniclaes, W., Collet, G., & Sprenger-Charolles, L. (2015). Neural rehabilitation of dyslexia: How can an allophonic system be changed into a phonemic one? Frontiers in Psychology.
  62. Souag, Lameen. 2015. Attrition and revival in Awjila Berber (avec Marijn van Putten). Corpus 14, pp. 23-58.
  63. Souag, Lameen. 2015. Explaining Korandjé: Language contact, plantations, and the trans-Saharan trade. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Linguistics 30:2, pp. 189–224.
  64. Souag, Lameen. 2015. The development of dative agreement in Berber: Beyond nominal hierarchies. Transactions of the Philological Society 113:2, pp. 213–248.
  65. Souag, Lameen. 2015. Archaic and innovative Islamic prayer names around the Sahara. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 78:2, pp. 357–374.
  66. Souag, Lameen. 2015. Non-Tuareg Berber and the genesis of Nomadic Northern Songhay. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 36:1, pp. 121–143.
  67. Toro Soto, J. M., Nespor, M., & Gervain, J. (2015). Detection of frequency by non human animals. Cognition, 146, 1–7.
  68. Varnet L, Knoblauch K, Serniclaes W, Meunier F, Hoen M (2015) A Psychophysical Imaging Method Evidencing Auditory Cue Extraction during Speech Perception: A Group Analysis of Auditory Classification Images. PLoS One, 10(3): e0118009. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118009.
  69. Yamaguchi, N. 2015. L’acquisition phonologique, entre Jakobson et les modèles fréquentiels. Langages, 198, 31–49.
  70. Yamaguchi, N., dos Santos, C. & S. Kern 2015. Ce que révèle l’ordre d’acquisition des classes naturelles à propos des harmonies consonantiques. Lidil, 51, 89–117. 
  71. Yoo, H., Delais-Roussarie, E., Lolive D., Barbot N. 2015. Le rythme en lecture oralisée (pareole synthétique et parole naturelle. Revue française de linguistique appliquée Vol. 20, 63-77.
  72. Zargayouna Haïfa, Roussey Catherine, Chevallet Jean-Pierre. « Recherche d’information sémantique : état des lieux ». Revue de Traitement Automatique des Langues, T.A.L (vol 56, n°3), 2015.
  73. Malibert, Il-Il & Vanhove, Martine. Quotative constructions and prosody in some Afroasiatic languages: Towards a typology. In: Corpus-based Studies of lesser-described Languages: the CorpAfroAs Corpus of spoken AfroAsiatic. Amina Mettouchi, Martine Vanhove & Dominique Caubet (eds.). Amsterdam, Philadelphia, John Benjamins (Studies in Corpus Linguistics 68). 117-

2016

  1. Abboub, N., Boll-Avetisyan, N., Bhatara, A., Höhle, B. & Nazzi, T. (2016). An exploration of rhythmic grouping of speech sequences by French- and German-learning infants. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10:292. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2016.00292
  2. Abboub, N., Nazzi, T., & Gervain, J. (2016). Prosodic grouping at birth. Brain and Language, 162, 46-59.
  3. Adda Gilles, Sebastian Stüker, Martine Adda-Decker, Odette Ambouroue, Laurent Besacier et al. Breaking the unwritten language barrier: the BULB project. SLTU-2016 5th Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced languages, May 2016, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
  4. Avilés González, K. (2016). « Identidades sociolingüísticas y migración internacional: reacciones frente a la discriminación » en co-rédaction avec Yuribi Ibarra Templos, in Alteridades, nº 51.
  5. Bendjaballah S., Ph. Ségéral. 2016. On the Verb Forms Derived from Four h-initial Roots in the Mehri Language of Oman. Journal of Semitic Studies.
  6. Bendjaballah S., S. Ben Si Saïd et M. Haiden. 2016, Le syntagme prépositionnel à la périphérie gauche en taqbaylit. Corpus  
  7. Bendjaballah S., S. Ben Si Saïd. 2016. Introduction: Constitution et usage de corpus en linguistique berbère. Corpus
  8. Bijeljac-Babic, R., Höhle, B., & Nazzi, T. (2016). Early prosodic acquisition in bilingual infants: the case of the perceptual trochaic bias. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:210, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00210.
  9. Bonami, Olivier et Beniamine, Sarah. (2016). Joint predictiveness in inflectional paradigms.Word Structure2: 156-182.
  10. Bril, Isabelle. 2016. Information Structure in Northern Amis (Formosan): a morphosyntactic analysis. Oceanic linguistics 55(2): 451-481.
  11. Burnett, Heather. (2016). Variation as a Testing Ground for Grammatical Theory: Variable Negative Concord in Montréal French.  Linguistic Variation.
  12. Caudal, Patrick. 2016. Review of Taming the TAME Systems. Edited by Emmanuelle Labeau and Qiaochao Zhang. French Studies : 70 (3), pp.478–479.
  13. Chirkova, Katia, Franz K. Huber, Caroline S. Weckerle, Henriette Daudey, Gerong Pincuo. (2016). Plant Names as Traces of the Past in the Multilintual Shuiluo Valley, China. Journal of Ethnobiology1 : 192-214.
  14. Crysmann, Berthold et Olivier Bonami. 2016. Variable morphotactics in Information-based Morphology. Journal of Linguistics 52: 311-374.
  15. Demasi, R., Amelot, A., Crevier-Buchman, L. & Demolin, D. (2016). A Fibrescopic Analysis of Nasal Diphtongs in Brazilian Portuguese. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 140, 4. 3107.
  16. Demolin, D. (2016). Clicks, stop bursts, vocoids and the timing of articulatory gestures in Rwanda. Studies in African Linguistics 45 (1-2), 141-160.
  17. Demolin, D., Amelot, A. Crevier-Buchman, L., Diaz, E. & Rojas Curieux, T. (2016). The vowel system of Nasa Yuwe. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 140, 4. 3106.
  18. Fathi Radwa & Lowenstamm Jean. 2016. The morpho-phonological system of gender in French. Morphology, special issue on allomorphy
  19. Ferey, D., Sidki-Mangin, E. & Serniclaes, W. (2016). Élaboration d’un test de Dépistage des difficultés en Langage Écrit pour Enfants Braillistes. Neuropsychiatrie de l’enfance et de l’adolescence, 64, 436–44.
  20. François, Alexandre. 2016. The history of personal pronouns in northern Vanuatu. In: Konstantin Pozdniakov (ed.). Reconstruction et classification généalogique: tendances actuelles. Special issue of Faits de Langues, 47: 25–60.
  21. Gao, J. (2016). Sociolinguistic motivations in sound change: on-going loss of low tone breathy         voice in Shanghai Chinese. Papers in Historical Phonology 1, 166-186.
  22. Gendrot C., Gerdes, K., & Adda-Decker, M. (2016). Détection automatique de constituants prosodiques dans un corpus de parole journalistique. Langue Française 191, 123-147
  23. Gendrot, C., Künhert, B. & Demolin, D. (2016). Articulatory and acoustic realization of French and German /R/. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 140, 4. 3221.
  24. Georgeton L., Kocjančič Antolík T. & Fougeron C. (2016). Effect of Domain Initial Strengthening on Vowel Height and Backness Contrasts in French: Acoustic and Ultrasound Data. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research59, 1575-1586. doi:10.1044/2016_JSLHR-S-15-0044.
  25. Gervain, J., & Endress, A.D. (2016). Learning multiple rules simultaneously: affixes are more salient than reduplications. Memory & Cognition. Doi: 10.3758/s13421-016-0669-9
  26. Gervain, J., Werker, J.F., Black, A., & Geffen, M.N. (2016). The neural correlates of processing scale invariant environmental sounds at birth. NeuroImage. 133:144-150. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.03.001.
  27. Ginzburg J. and Massimo Poesio 2016, `Grammar is a system that characterizes talk in interaction’,  Frontiers in Psychology, section Language Science.
  28. Gonzalez-Gomez, N. & Nazzi, T. (2016). Delayed acquisition of non-adjacent vocalic dependencies. Journal of Child Language, 43(1), 186-206.
  29. Hallé, P., Ridouane, R., & Best, C. (2016). Differential difficulties in perception of Tashlhiyt Berber consonant quantity contrasts by native Tashlhiyt listeners vs. Berber-naïve French listeners. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:209. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00209
  30. Haude, Katharina and Fernando Zúñiga. 2016. Inverse and symmetrical voice: on languages with two transitive constructions. Linguistics 54(3): 443-481.
  31. Haude, Katharina, and Alena Witzlack-Makarevich (eds). 2016. Referential hierarchies and alignment. Special issue of Linguistics, Vol. 54(3).
  32. Havy, M., Bouchon, C. & Nazzi, T. (2016). Learning words in bilinguals as a function of linguistic distance of the two native languages. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 40, 41-52.
  33. Højen, A. & Nazzi, T. (2016). Vowel bias in Danish word-learning: Processing biases are language specific. Developmental Science, 19(1), 41-49.
  34. Issard, C., & Gervain, J. (2016). Adult-like processing of time-compressed speech by newborns: a NIRS study. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.
  35. Ivan Garrido-Marquez, Jorge J. García Flores, François Lévy, Adeline Nazarenko. Blog annotation: from corpus analysis to automatic tag suggestion. 17th International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics (CICLING 2016), Apr 2016, Konya, Turkey. hal-01358328v1
  36. Jacques, Guillaume; Aimée Lahaussois; Dhan Bahadur Rai. (2016). Reflexive paradigms in Khaling. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 33-48.
  37. Jacques, Guillaume. (2016). Subjects, objects and relativization in Japhug. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 44, 1-28.
  38. Guillaume, Jacques. 2016a. Complementation in Japhug. Linguistics of the Tibeto Burman Area 39(2). 222–281.
  39. Jacques, Guillaume. 2016b. From ergative to comparee marker: multiple reanalyses and polyfunctionality. Diachronica 33(1). 1–30.
  40. Jacques, Guillaume. 2016c. On the directionality of analogy in a Dhegiha paradigm. International Journal of American Linguistics 8(2). 239.248.
  41. Jacques, Guillaume. 2016e. Subjects, objects and relativization in Japhug. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 44(1). 1.28.
  42. Jacques, Guillaume. 2016f. Tangut, Gyalrongic, Kiranti and the nature of person indexation in Sino-Tibetan/Trans-Himalayan. Linguistics Vanguard doi:10.1515/lingvan-2015-0033.
  43. Jügel, Thomas & Pollet Samvelian. 2016. Les “pronoms” clitiques dans les langues iraniennes occidentales. Bulletin de la Société de Linguistique de Paris, t. 391-432.
  44. Lafkioui, Mena. 2016. Méthodologie de recherche en géolinguistique, CORPUS 14, 2016 : 139-164.
  45. Lafkioui, Mena & Vermondo Brugnatelli, 2016. La linguistica e sociolinguistica berbera nella ricerca e nell’università italiana, AION Linguistica, n°5.
  46. Lafkioui, Mena, Ernest Nshemezimana, and Koen Bostoen. 2016. Cleft Constructions and Focus in Kirundi. Africana Linguistica 22: 71–106
  47. Lahrouchi, M., & Ridouane, R. (2016). On diminutives and plurals in Moroccan Arabic. Morphology 26 (2), 1-23.
  48. Léglise, I., & Alby, S., 2016, “Plurilingual corpora and polylanguaging, when corpus linguistics meets contact linguistics”, Sociolinguistic studies3, 357-381
  49. Léonard, J.-L. (2016). Diversification, Diffusion, Contact : Modélisation géolinguistique et complexité. Lalies, 36, E.N.S. de Paris, pp. 9-79. NB : pp. 9-25 en co-rédaction avec Fabio Pettirino.
  50. Léonard, J.L. (2016). « La valorisation des données dialectales d’oïl du liseré frontalier wallon recueillies par Ferdinand Brunot en 1912 : enjeux contemporains », in Diachroniques, VI, 2016, pp. 87-120.
  51. Lévêque N, Laganaro, M., Fougeron C., Delvaux V., Pernon M., Borel S., Catalano S. et al. (2016) MonPaGe : un protocole informatisé d’évaluation de la parole pathologique en langue française. Revue Neurologique, vol 172 S1, pp A162-163  
  52. Lobo, M., Santos, A.L. & Soares-Jesel, C. (2016). Syntactic structure and information structure: the acquisition of Portuguese clefts and be-fragments. Language Acquisition 23(2), 142-174. DOI : 10.1080/10489223.2015.1067317
  53. Lubin, A., Regrin, E., Boulc’h, L., Pacton, S., & Lanoë, C. (2016). Executive functions differentially contribute to fourth graders’ mathematics, reading, and spelling skills. Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology, 15(3), 444–463.
  54. Michaud, Alexis, Minh-Châu Nguyễn & Hiển Phạm. (2016). Z in company names: trendy clothing for a typical Vietnamese sound. Mon-Khmer Studies 53–65.
  55. Molnár, M., Carreiras, M., Gervain, J. (2016). Language discrimination and prosodic bootstrapping in early bilingual acquisition: Acoustic regularities in the Basque-Spanish bilingual speech input. Cognition.
  56. Molnár, M., Carreiras, M., & Gervain, J. (2016). Language dominance shapes non-linguistic rhythmic grouping in bilinguals. Cognition, 152, 150-159.
  57. Nazzi, T., Poltrock, S., & Von Holzen, K. (2016). The developmental origins of the consonant bias in lexical processing. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 25(4), 291-296.
  58. Nicolas, S., & Guida, A. (2016). Alfred Binet with Jacques Inaudi: An experimental study of a prodigy of memory. L’Année Psychologique / Topic in Cognitive Psychology116, 249-293.
  59. Nicolas, S. (2016). The importance of instrument makers for the development of experimental psychology: The case of Alfred Binet at the Sorbonne laboratory. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, vol. 52(2),  231-257.
  60. Nishibayashi, L.-L. & Nazzi, T. (2016). Vowels then consonants: emergence of a consonant bias in early word form segmentation. Cognition, 155, 188-203.
  61. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). La voix adolescente : entre jeu et réalité, Revue de l’APEMu (Association des Professeurs d’Education Musicale), 86-89.
  62. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2016. Statistics and reconstruction: “quantitative diachrony”. In: Konstantin Pozdniakov (ed.). Reconstruction et classification généalogique: tendances actuelles. Special issue of Faits de Langues, 47: 223-250.
  63. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2016. Tendances acuelles en comparatisme et reconstruction (présentation générale). In: Konstantin Pozdniakov (ed.). Reconstruction et classification généalogique: tendances actuelles. Special issue of Faits de Langues, 47: 5-24.
  64. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. (ed.). 2016. Reconstruction et classification généalogique: tendances actuelles. Faits de Langues, 47. Paris
  65. Pozniak, Celine, and Barbara Hemforth. “Acquisition des pronoms objets en français langue seconde.” Discours (2016).
  66. Reintges, Chris. “Analytical Challenges of the Earlier Egyptian Passive Voice and Related Constructions.” Lingua Aegyptia 23 (2016): 289-386.
  67. Ridouane, R. (2016). Leading issues in Tashlhiyt Berber phonology. Language & Linguistics Compass 10, 644-660. DOI: 10.1111/lnc3.12211
  68. Santiago, F. (2016). La prosodie des syntagmes intonatifs en français L2 : une étude perceptive. Langages, 202 (2), 13-33.
  69. Segerer Guillaume 2016. RefLex : la reconstruction sans peine. In: Konstantin Pozdniakov (ed.). Reconstruction et classification généalogique: tendances actuelles. Special issue of Faits de Langues 47: 201-214
  70. Tian Ye, Jonathan Ginzburg and Takehiko Maruyama 2016 `Filled Pauses and Self Addressed Questions’ Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 1–18 doi:10.1007/s10936-016-9468-5
  71. Tovena L. M. 2016, Le type Ratio parmi les configurations distributives, Travaux de linguistique 73, 137– 153.
  72. Tovena LM and Zhang X., 2016, A pragmatically enriched temporal relation,  MITWP in       Linguistics
  73. Tsang, C., Falk, S., & Hessel, A. (2016). Infants prefer infant-directed song over speech. Child Development. doi: 10.1111/cdev.12647
  74. Vernice M., C. Cecchetto, C. Donati, E. Moscati. 2016.  “Relative clauses are not adjuncts : an experimental investigation of a corollary of the raising analysis “. Linguistische Berichte 246 : 139-169.
  75. Vydrin, Valentin. 2016. Toward a Proto-Mande reconstruction and an etymological dictionary. In: Konstantin Pozdniakov (ed.). Reconstruction et classification généalogique: tendances actuelles. Special issue of Faits de Langues 47: 109-123.
  76. Vydrin Valentin, Mamadi Diané. L’interrogation en maninka de Guinée. Mandenkan 56, 2016, pp. 95-117.
  77. You, R., Serniclaes, W., Rider, D., Chabane, N. (2016). On the nature of the speech perception deficits in children with autism spectrum disorders. Research in Developmental Disabilities
  78. Zargayouna H, C. Roussey, JP. Chevallet Recherche d’information sémantique : état des lieux In Revue de Traitement Automatique des Langues. A.L, Volume 56 numéro 3, pp 49-73, 2015
  79. Zoubrinetzky, R., Collet, G., Serniclaes, W., Nguyen-Morel, M.-A., & Valdois, S. (2016). Relationships between categorical perception of phonemes, phoneme awareness, and visual attention span in developmental dyslexia. PLoS One

2017

 

  • Adamou, Evangelia. Subject preference in Ixcatec relative clauses (Otomanguean, Mexico). Studies in Language 41(4): 66-109.
  • Adamou, Evangelia & Rachel Xingjia Shen.  2017. There are no language switching costs when codeswitching is frequent. International Journal of Bilingualism (First published date: May-14-2017).
  • Adamou, Evangelia & Rachel Xingjia Shen. 2017. Beyond language shift: Spatial cognition among the Ixcatecs in Mexico. Journal of Cognition and Culture 17(1-2): 94-115.
  1. Aussant, Emilie (2017). Introduction. Numéro thématique 39.2 (2017) de la revue Histoire Epistémologie Langage: “La grammaire sanskrite étendue”.
  2. Avilés González, Karla Janiré. 2017a « Autogestión lingüística y cultural: algunos ejemplos mesoamericanos », Onomazéin: Las lenguas amerindias en Iberoamérica: retos para el siglo XXI, numéro spécial, p. 224 – 245.
  3. Barque, Lucie, Pauline Haas et Richard Huyghe. Sous presse. Polysémie régulière et néologie sémantique : constitution d’une ressource pour l’étude des sens nouveaux, Neologica, 12.
  4. Benavides Varela , & Gervain, J. (2017). Learning word order at birth: A NIRS study. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 25, 198-208.
  5. Beniamine, Sacha, Olivier Bonami, et Benoît Sagot. Inferring inflection classes with description length. Journal of Language Modelling 5(3) : 465–525.
  6. Bonami, Olivier, et Jana Strnadová. Sous presse. Paradigm structure and predictability in derivational morphology. Morphology
  7. Bonami, Olivier, et Juliette Thuilier. Sous presse. A statistical approach to rivalry in lexeme formation: French –iser and –ifier. Word Structure
  8. Bonnot, Christine. & Sophie Vassilaki, 2017, « Variation catégorielle et polysémie : comparaison des conjonctions de coordination / marqueurs discursifs I (russe) et KE (grec moderne)», Langages, n° 207, 3/2017, 65-78
  9. Bottineau, T. 2017, « A propos de la particule russe ved’», Langages, n° 207, 3/2017, 105-116
  10. Bril, Isabelle. 2017, Roots and stems: Lexical and functional flexibility in Amis and Nêlêmwa. In Eva van Lier (ed.), Lexical Flexibility in Oceanic Languages. Special issue of Studies in Language. 41 (2): 358-407. e-issn 1569-9978.
  11. Bui, T. H. A. D. Paillard & E. Vladimirska, 2017, « Etude de certains marqueurs discursifs « vrai » en français, khmer, russe et vietnamien », Langages, n° 207, 3/2017, 33-48
  12. Burnett, H. (2017). Sociolinguistic Interaction and Identity Construction: The View from Game-Theoretic Pragmatics. Journal of Sociolinguistics. 22: 238-271.
  13. Celle Agnès. & A. Tsangalidis, 2017. “Introduction”, Special Issue of Review of Cognitive Linguistics, The Linguistic Expression of Mirativity, 15/2, 305-311.
  14. Collet, G., Colin, C. & Serniclaes, W. (2017).   Remédiation audio-phonologique de la dyslexie (RapDys©) : un logiciel visant à modifier la perception allophonique des sons de la parole en perception phonémique. ANAE, 148. hal-01716486
  15. Crysmann Berthold. Reduplication in a computational HPSG of Hausa. Morphology, 27(4), 527–561, 2017. DOI : https ://doi.org/10.1007/s11525-017-9306-y
  16. Demolin, D. (2017). Dynamique et complexité des systèmes phonologiques. In Mémoires de la société de linguistique de Paris. Diffusion: Implantation, affinités, convergence. Nouvelle série Tome XXIV. Peeters. 21-42.
  17. Duvallon, Outi. & Rea Peltola, 2017, « Restriction et renforcement : le MD vaa(n) (finnois) comparé à bara (suédois) et seulement (français)», Langages, n° 207, 3/2017,79-92
  18. Duvallon, O. & R. Peltola, 2017, «Deontic readings of the imperative through the prism of force dynamic relations : permissive and preventive utterances with the discourse marker vaa(n) in Finnish, Journal of Pragmatics, 120 (2017), 17-34,   www.elsevier.com/locate/pragma, accessible en ligne sur www.sciencedirect.com
  19. Duvallon, O. & R. Peltola, 2017,«Voimadynaaminen VAAN. Odotusten, intentioiden ja kerrottavuuden partikkeli», Virittäjä 2017, 121 (4) 〈23982/vir.58864〉
  20. Falk, S., & Kello, C.T. (2017). Hierarchical organization in the temporal structure of infant-directed speech and song. Cognition, 163, 80-86. DOI : 10.1016/j.cognition.2017.02.017
  21. Falk, S., Lanzilotti, C., & Schön, D. (2017). Tuning neural phase entrainment to speech. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 29(8), 1378-1389. doi:10.1162/jocn_a_01136
  22. Falk, S., Volpi-Moncorger, C., & Dalla Bella, S. (2017). Auditory-motor rhythms and speech processing in French and German listeners. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:395. DOI : 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00395
  23. Fon Sing, G. (2017). Creoles are not typologically distinct from non-Creoles. Language Ecology, 1(1).
  24. Fradin, Bernard. 2017. The multifaceted nature of Denominal Adjectives. Word Structure 27-53.
  25. Franckel, J.-J. D. Non & S. Rose, « Etude de certains marqueurs discursifs « perception » en français, russe et khmer », Langages, n° 207, 3/2017, 49-64
  26. François, Alexandre, 2017, The economy of word classes in Hiw, Vanuatu: Grammatically flexible, lexically rigid. In Eva van Lier (ed.), Lexical Flexibility in Oceanic Languages. Special issue of Studies in Language. 41 (2): 294–357. e-issn 1569-9978. [doi:10.1075/sl.41.2.03fra]
  27. Gabriel Flambard, 2017, A compositional analysis of VP anaphors” ,n°23, Anglophonia
  28. Gao, J-Y., & Hallé, P. (2017). Phonetic and phonological properties of tones in Shanghai Chinese. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale, 46, 1-31.
  29. Gibson, E., Tana, C., Futrella, R., Mahowalda, K., Konieczny, L., Hemforth, B., & Fedorenko, E. (in press). Don’t underestimate the benefits of being misunderstood. Psychological Science.
  30. Gonzalez-Gomez, N., Hsin, L., Barrière, I., Nazzi, T., & Legendre, G. (2017). El come, ellos comen: Evidence of Eerly comprehension of subject-verb agreement in Spanish. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 160, 33-49.
  31. Helo, A., Azaiez, N., & Rämä, P. (2017). Word processing in scene context: an event-related potential study in young children. Developmental Neuropsychology.
  32. Helo, A., Ommen, S. van, Pannasch, S., Danteny-Dordoigne, L., & Rämä, P. (2017). Influence of semantic consistency and perceptual features on visual attention during scene viewing in toddlers. Infant Behavior and Development 49: 248-266.
  33. Hidalgo, C., Falk, S., & Schön, D. (2017). Speak on time ! Effects of a musical rhythmic training on children with hearing loss. Hearing Research, 351, 11-18. doi : 10.1016/j.heares.2017.05.006
  34. Huyghe, Richard, Lucie Barque, Pauline Haas et Delphine Tribout. (2017) The semantics of underived event nouns in French, Italian Journal of Linguistics, 29, 117-149.
  35. Idiatov, Dmitry. 2017. Word-final consonant epenthesis in Northeastern Nigerian English. English Language and Linguistics. DOI: 10.1017/S1360674317000429
  36. Issard, C., & Gervain, J. (2017). Adult-like processing of time-compressed speech by newborns: a NIRS study. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Volume 25, 176-184
  37. Jacques, Guillaume. 2017. A note on volitional and non-volitional prefixes in Gyalrong languages. Linguistics of the Tibeto Burman Area 40(2). 124–132.
  38. Jacques, G.  (2017). A reconstruction of Proto-Kiranti verb roots. Folia Linguistica 51 (s38), 177-215.
  39. Jacques, G. (2017). Complementation in Japhug Gyalrong. Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 39 (2), 222-281
  40. Jacques, G. On the status of Buyang presyllables: A Response to Professor Ho Dah-An. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 45 (2), 451-457.
  41. Lafkioui, Mena. Le rifain (tarifit) : linguistique et sociolinguistique. Encyclopédie Berbère, 41, Aix-en-Provence : IREMAM-MMSH, 2017 : 6916-6956.
  42. Lansari, Laure. 2017, « I was going to say / j’allais dire as discourse markers in contemporary English and French », Languages in Contrast, 17/2, 205-228, http://www.jbe-platform.com/content/journals/15699897
  43. Léglise, Isabelle., 2017, « Multilinguisme et hétérogénéité des pratiques langagières. Nouveaux chantiers et enjeux du Global South», Langage et Société 160-161, 251-266.
  44. Le Meur, O., Coutrot, A., Le Roch, A., Helo, A., Rämä, P., & Liu, Z. (2017). Visual attention saccadic models learn to emulate gaze patterns from childhood to adulthood. IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, 26, 4777-4789.
  45. Léonard, Jean Léo 2017. « Écologie (socio)linguistique : évolution, élaboration et variation », in Langage & Société n° 160-161, pp. 267-282.
  46. Lupkowski Pawel and Jonathan Ginzburg `Query Responses’ (2017) Journal of Language Modelling. 50 pages
  47. Manfredi, Stefano. 2017, Demonstratives and the emergence of a definite article in Juba Arabic and Ki-Nubi. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 2.
  48. May, L., Gervain, J., Carreiras, M., & Werker, J.F. (2017). The neonate neural response to native, non-native and whistled language. Developmental Science.
  49. Migge, Bettina. 2017a. Putting Matawai on the Surinamese Linguistic Map. Journal of Pidgin and Creole languages 32(2): 233-262.
  50. Ó Murchadha, Noel P. & Migge, Bettina. 2017. Support, transmission, education and target varieties in the Celtic languages: an overview. Language, Culture and Curriculum 30(1): 1-12.
  51. Oréal, Elsa. 2017. Nominalizations as a source for verbal morphology. Grammaticalization paths of modality and information structure in Earlier Egyptian. In : Lingua Aegyptia 25, 1-33.
  52. Nicolas, S., & Vobořil, D. (2017). Ergographs and dynamographs: New devices at the turn of the century for the measurement of muscular fatigue and endurance. L’Année Psychologique / Topic in Cognitive Psychology117, 39 pages. Sous presse
  53. Nicolas, S., & Vobořil, D. (2017). The Collin dynamometer : History of the development of an instrument for measuring physical and mental strength. L’Année Psychologique / Topic in Cognitive Psychology117, 47 pages. Sous Presse
  54. Paillard, Denis. 2017, « Comparaison des marqueurs discursifs : introduction », Langages, n° 207, 3/2017, 5-16
  55. Paillard, D. 2017,  « Scène énonciative et types de marqueurs discursifs », Langages, n° 207, 3/2017, 17-32
  56. Pawel Łupkowski and Jonathan Ginzburg. (2017) Query Responses. Journal of Language Modelling 4(2) 245–292
  57. Phillmore, L., Fisk, J., Falk, S., & Tsang, C. (2017). Songbirds as objective listeners : Zebra finches (Taeniopygia guttata) can discriminate infant-directed song and speech in two languages. International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 30.
  58. Portes, C., & Lancia, L. (2017). Earlier or Higher? Comparing French rising-falling contour with rising contour in a corpus of conversation. Journal of Phonetics, 63, 35-52.
  59. Ridouane, R. (2017). La syllabe en tachlhit : une cause célèbre en phonologie et en phonétique. Bulletin de la Société Linguistique de Paris, CXII, fasc. 1, 375-404. DOI: 10.2143/BSL.112.0000000
  60. Ridouane, R. and Gendrot, C. (2017). Acoustic investigation of ejective fricatives in Mehri, a South Arabian language. Brill’s Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics 9, 139-159.
  61. Sagart, Laurent, Tze-fu Hsu, Yuan-Ching Tsai and Yue-Ie Hsing, 2017, Austronesian and Chinese words for the millets. Language Dynamics and Change 7 (2017), 187-209. [DOI : 101163/22105832-00702002]
  62. Sanchez, Santiago. 2017. Enoncés de type OV et positionnements sociaux dans l’espagnol parlé par les Quichuas équatoriens à Cali (Colombie) Sociolinguistic Studies Equinox Publishing. 11, N° 1, 65-105
  63. Shiraishi Aoi, 2017, Les discordances verbales en Right-Node Raising en français, Bulletin d’Études de Linguistique Française 51, Société Japonaise de Linguistique Française
  64. Sirri L & Rämä P (2017). Similar and distinct neural mechanisms underlying semantic priming in the languages of the French-Spanish bilingual children. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
  65. Tanja Kocjančič Antolík, Claire Pillot-Loiseau, Takeki Kamiyama (sous presse). The effectiveness of real-time ultrasound visual feedback on tongue movements in L2 pronunciation training: Japanese learners’ progress on the French vowel contrast /y/-/u/. Journal of Second Language Pronunciation.
  66. Tsang, C.D., Falk, S., & Hessel, A. (2017). Infants prefer infant-directed song over speech, Child Development, 88(4), 1207-1215. doi : 10.1111/cdev.12647
  67. Tuller, B., & Lancia, L. (2017). Speech dynamics: Converging evidence from syllabification and categorization. Journal of Phonetics, 64, 21-33.
  68. Ünal-Logacev, O., Lancia, L., Fuchs, S. (sous presse). A multimodal approach to the voicing contrast in Turkish: Evidence from simultaneous measures of acoustics, intraoral pressure and tongue palatal contacts. Journal of Phonetics.
  69. Van de Velde, Mark and Odette Ambouroue. 2017. The origin and use of a relative clause construction that targets objects in Orungu (Bantu, Gabon). Studies in Language. 41:3, p 615-637.
  70. Varnet, L., Ortiz-Barajas, M. C., Guevara Erra, R., Gervain, J., & Lorenzi, Ch. (2017). A cross-linguistic study of speech modulation spectra. JASA, 142(4), 1976-1989.
  71. Ye Tian, Maruyama Takehiko and Jonathan Ginzburg.(2017)  Self Addressed Questions and Filled Pauses: A Cross-linguistic Investigation, Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 1–18.
  72. You, R., Serniclaes, W., Rider, D., Chabane, N. (2016). On the nature of the speech perception deficits in children with autism spectrum disorders. Research in Developmental Disabilities

 

2018 and in press

 

  1. Berdasco-Muñoz, Nishibayashi, L.-L., Baud, O., Biran, V., & Nazzi, T. (2018). Early segmentation abilities in preterm infants. Infancy, 23, 268-287.
  2. Bonami, Olivier, et Jana Strnadová. Paradigm structure and predictability in derivational morphology. Morphology 28. DOI: 10.1007/s11525-018-9322-6
  3. Bonami, Olivier, et Denis Paperno. Accepté. Inflection vs. derivation in a distributional vector space. Lingue e Linguaggio.
  4. Bonami, Olivier, et Juliette Thuilier. Sous presse. A statistical approach to rivalry in lexeme formation: French –iser and –ifier. Word Structure 11.
  5. Burnett, Heather, H. Koopman & S. Tagliamonte. (accepted). Structural Explanations in Syntactic Variation: Negative Quantifiers in the History of English. Accepted for publication in Language Variation and Change.
  6. Burnett, H. (accepted). Signaling Games, Sociolinguistic Variation and the Construction of Style. Accepted for publication in Linguistics & Philosophy.
  7. Casalis, S., Pacton, S., Lefevre, F., & Fayol, M. (2018). Morphological training in spelling: immediate and long-term effects of an interventional study in French third graders. Learning and Instruction, 53, 89-98.
  8. Cecchetto and C. Donati. Quattro passi in the NP structures. A cyclic theory of idiomatization. Linguistics. To appear.
  9. Chamoreau, Claudine. accepté. Overt topic marking and discourse coherence in Pesh. Between correlation and tension. Anthropological linguistics.
  10. Chamoreau, Claudine. accepté. Equative and similative constructions in Chibchan languages. Faits de Langues 51.
  11. Chirkova, Katia, Patricia Basset, Angelique Amelot. (2018). Voiceless nasal sounds in three Tibeto- Burman languages. Journal of the International Phonetic Association. 48 (1). https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01684889/
  12. Colonna, Saveria, Sarah Schimke, Israel de la Fuente, Sascha Kuck, and Barbara Hemforth. “Effects of exposure and information structure in native and non-native pronoun resolution in French. .” Linguistic Vanguard (Sous presse).
  13. Eunice G. Fernandes, Paula Luegi, Eduardo Correa Soares, Israel de la Fuente,, & Barbara Hemforth (2018). Adaptation in Pronoun Resolution: Evidence from Brazilian and European Portuguese. : Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition
  14. Flambard Gabriel, Anglophonia: “A compositional analysis of VP anaphors”, a paraitre.
  15. Garcia-Marchena, Oscar. « L’ellipse dans le discours oral. Une analyse de corpus des fragments espagnols » Discours, 21. À paraître.
  16. Gervain, J., de la Cruz Pavía, I., & Gerken, L.A. (accepted). Behavioral and imaging studies of infant artificial grammar learning. TopiCS.
  17. Ginzburg, J. & Kolliakou, D. (in press). Divergently Seeking Clarification: the emergence of clarification interaction. Topics in Cognitive Science. (50 pages)
  18. Hassamal, S., Abeillé, A. & Henri, F. (2018). Les adverbes en mauricien. Faits de Langues.
  19. Henri, F. & Bonami, O. (2018). Prédire l’agglutination de l’article en mauricien. Faits de langue
  20. Idiatov, Dmitry & Mark Van de Velde. à paraître. The tone system of Bena-Yungur. Afrika und Übersee.
  21. Issard, C. & Gervain, J. (2018). Variability of the Hemodynamic Response Shape in Infants: Influence of Experimental Design and Stimulus Complexity. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.
  22. Lafkioui, Mena B. Forthcoming. Geolinguistic complexity in Berber: Structural and algorithmic perspectives. Dialectologia et geolinguistica.
  23. Lafkioui, Mena B. Forthcoming. Preposed topic specification in Berber. An innovation induced by contact with Arabic. International Journal of Arabic linguistics.
  24. Lancia, L., & Rosenbaum, B. (2018). Coupling relations underlying the production of speech articulator movements and their invariance to speech rate. Biological cybernetics, 1-24.
  25. Léonard, Jean Léo, Julien Fulcrand (2018) “Inflectional Class Shifts in the Mazatec diasystem: innovation, contact and metatypy”, pour un numéro de STUF (Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung / Language Typology and Universals), 2018; 71(3): 429–473.
  26. Léonard, Jean Léo (éd.) 2018. Diffusion : implantation, affinités et convergence, Mémoires de la Société de Linguistique de Paris, n° 24, Louvain, Peeters. ISBN 978-90-429-3523-5.
  27. May, L., Gervain, J., Carreiras, M., & Werker, J.F. (2018). The neonate neural response to native, non-native and whistled language. Developmental Science, 21(3), e12564.
  28. Nazzi, T., & Cutler, A. (in press). How consonants and vowels shape spoken-language recognition. Annual Review of Linguistics.
  29. Paape Dario, Barbara Hemforth, Shravan Vasishth, 2018, Reanalyzed ellipsis antecedents in French and German, Frontiers in psychology, PLOS
  30. Pacton, S., Afonso Jaco, A., Nys, M., Foulin, J.N , Treiman, R. & Peereman, R. (2018). Children benefit from morphological relatedness independently of orthographic relatedness when they learn to spell new words. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
  31. Pacton, S., Fayol, M, Nys, M. & Peereman, R. (2018). Implicit statistical learning of graphotactic patterns: When and how do spellers use this knowledge? Chapter in Writing Words, Springer Editions.
  32. Palancar, Enrique L. 2018. Clefts in Otomi: Extended uses of the copular construction. International Journal of American Linguistics 84(1): 93–145.
  33. Polka, L. & Nazzi, T. (in press). Interacting processes and developmental biases allow learners to crack the “what” code and the “who” code in spoken language. Applied Psycholinguistics.
  34. Quint, Nicolas, Eliane Araujo Vieira Semedo & Márluce Coan [in press] Orações completivas em cabo-verdiano: estudo baseado em corpus. In : Papia (Revista Brasileira de Estudos do Contato Linguístico), N°27/2, 367-384, e-ISSN: 2316-2767.
  35. Saillard, Claire. Sous presse. “Adjectival Modification in Truku Seediq.” Language and Linguistics: 23 p. 1606-822X
  36. Sanchez, Santiago. 2018. Negociación de posicionamientos sociales (stances) a través del debilitamiento del fonema /s/ en el español hablado por los quichuas ecuatorianos en Cali (Colombia), Pragmática Sociocultural / Sociocultural Pragmatics, DOI: 10.1515/soprag-2017-0019
  37. Schimke, S., de la Fuente, I., Hemforth, B., & Colonna, S. (2018). First language influence on second language offline and online ambiguous pronoun resolution. Language Learnin
  38. Serniclaes, W. (in press). Allophonic theory of dyslexia: a short overview. Com. Disorders.
  39. Serniclaes, W., & Seck, M. (2018). Enhanced Sensitivity to Subphonemic Segments in Dyslexia: A New Instance of Allophonic Perception. Brain Sciences, 8, Paper 54.
  40. Signorello, R. Hassid, S. & Demolin, D. (2018). Toward an aerodynamic model of fricative consonants. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters, 143 (5), EL 386-392.
  41. Simonenko Alexandra., Crabbé Benoit., et Prévost S. (accepté). Effects on literary form on grammatical changes : A treebank study.
  42. Simonenko A., Crabbé B., et Prévost S. (accepté). Agreement syncretisation and the loss of null subjects : quantificational models for Medieval French. Language Variation and Change.
  43. Staub, A., C. Donati. F. Foppolo. Cecchetto. 2018. Relative Clause avoidance : evidence for a structural parsing principle. Accepted with minor revisions, Journal of Memory and Language 98 : 26–44.
  44. Szendrői, K., Bernard, C., Berger, F., Gervain, J., & Höhle, B. (2018). Acquisition of prosodic focus marking by English, French and German 3-, 4-, 5- and 6-year-olds. Journal of Child Language, 45(1), 219-241.
  45. Von Holzen, K., Nishibayashi, L.-L., & Nazzi, T. (2018). Consonant and vowel processing in word form segmentation: An infant ERP study. Brain Sciences, 8, 24; doi:10.3390/brainsci8020024.
  46. Zhang, Xiaoqian., Yiqin, Qiu., & Xiaoshi, Hu. to appear. Expressions duratives post-verbales en chinois mandarin à l’interface syntactico-sémantique. Revue canadienne de Linguistique

 

 

 

Books

2015

  1. Bendjaballah S, N. Faust, M. Lahrouchi, N. Lampitelli (éds). 2015. The Form of Structure, The Structure of Form. Edité par Bendjaballah, S., Language Faculty And Beyond 12. Amsterdam, Benjamins.
  2. Borik, Olga, and Berit Gehrke (eds) 2015. The Syntax and Semantics of Pseudo-Incorporation. Syntax & Semantics 40. Leiden: Brill.
  3. Carlin, Eithne, Isabelle Léglise, Bettina Migge & Paul Tjon Sie Fat In and out of Suriname: language, mobility, identity. Leiden: Brill. 
  4. et C. Donati. 2015.  On (re)labelling.  Linguistic Inquiry Monographs, Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press
  5. Celle, A. & L. Lansari (eds). 2017. Expressing and Describing Surprise. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  6. Charpentier, Jean-Michel & Alexandre François. 2015. Atlas Linguistique de Polynésie Française – Linguistic Atlas of French Polynesia. Berlin–Papeete: Mouton de Gruyter, Université de la Polynésie Française. 2559 pp. (isbn 978-3-11-026035-9) Libre accès: http://www.degruyter.com/view/ product/177498;
  7. Delais-Roussarie, M. Avanzi & S. Herment (eds), Prosody and Language in Contact: L2 Acquisition, Attrition and Languages in Multilingual Situations. Heldelberg: Springer-Verlag.
  8. François, A. (en collaboration avec Jean-Michel Charpentier). 2015. Atlas Linguistique de la Polynésie Française – Linguistic Atlas of French Polynesia. Berlin & Papeete: Mouton de Gruyter & Université de la Polynésie Française. 2562 pp. (ISBN: 978-3-11-026035-9).
  9. François, Alexandre; Sébastien Lacrampe; Michael Franjieh & Stefan Schnell (eds). 2015. The Languages of Vanuatu: Unity and Diversity. Studies in the Languages of Island Melanesia, 5. Canberra: Asia–Pacific Linguistics Open Access. 271 pp. (isbn 978-1-92-218523-5) [Libre accès: http://hdl. handle.net/1885/14819]
  10. Jacques, G. 2015. Dictionnaire Japhug-chinois-français 嘉绒法词典 Version 1.0.
  11. Jacques, G., Lahaussois, A., Dhan Bahadur Rai & Yadav, K. 2015. Khaling-Nepali-English verb dictionary Version 1.0.
  12. Léonard, Jean-Léonard (ed.), 2015. Morphologie flexionnelle et dialectologie romane. Mémoire de la Société Linguistique de Paris n°22. Louvain: Peeters.
  13. Léonard, Jean Léo & Karla Janiré Avilés González (eds.). Documentation des langues en danger : épistémologie et praxis, Paris, Michel Houdiard éditeur.
  14. Mettouchi, Amina, Martine Vanhove & Dominique Caubet (eds). 2015. Corpus-based Studies of Lesser-Described Languages: the CorpAfroAs Corpus of Spoken AfroAsiatic. Amsterdam, Philadelphia, John Benjamins (Studies in Corpus Linguistics 68).
  15. Nash, Léa & Pollet Samvelian (ed.). 2015. Approaches to Complex Predicates. Leiden : Brill.
  16. Treis, Yvonne & Martine Vanhove (eds.). 2017. Similative and Equative Constructions. A cross-linguistic perspective. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: Benjamins (coll. Typological Studies in Language)

 

2016

 

  1. Adamou E., 2016. A Corpus–driven Approach to Language Contact. Endangered Languages in a Comparative Perspective. Boston & Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter [Language Contact and Bilingualism series], 240 p.
  2. Avilés González, K. (2016). « Identidades sociolingüísticas y migración internacional: reacciones frente a la discriminación » en co-rédaction avec Yuribi Ibarra Templos, in Alteridades, nº 51.
  3. Avilés González, K. (2016 Desafíos de la reivindicación nahua en Santa Catarina, Tepoztlán, Morelos. Michel Houdiard Editeur, Paris.
  4. Downing Laura & Annie Rialland (eds.) 2016. Intonation in African Tone languages, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston
  5. Fathi Radwa. 2016. Word stress in Egyptian Arabic, in Routledge Handbook on Arabic Linguistics. (Éditeurs: Abbas Benmamoun & Reem Bassiouney)
  6. Léonard, J.-L. (2016). (ed.). Actualité des Néogrammairiens, Mémoires de la Société de Linguistique de Paris, n° 23, Louvain, Peeters.
  7. Léonard, J.L., Patriarca, M., Heinsalu, E., Gaillard-Corvaglia, A. et Darlu, P. “Modular algorithmic complexity applied to the Mazatec diasystem”.
  8. Pacton, S. (2016). Apprendre à orthographier les mots. Chez Retz Editions. 
  9. Palancar, E. & Léonard, J.-L. (2016). (eds.) Tone & Inflection, New Facts & New Perspectives, Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, 296, Mouton de Gruyter.
  10. Vaissière, J., Nakata, S., Kawaguchi, Y. & Kamiyama, T. (2016). 音声の科学-音声学入門 [La phonétique] : Traduction japonaise de Vaissière, Jacqueline (2015) La phonétique (troisième édition mise à jour), Presses Universitaires de France, Collection Que-Sais-je? (637), 9782130610489. Hakusuisha, 2016.

 

2017

 

  1. Bijeljac-Babic, R. (2017). L’enfant bilingue, de la petite enfance à l’école, Paris : Odile Jacob.
  2. Bîlbîie, G. (2017). Grammaire des constructions elliptiques. Une étude comparative des phrases sans verbe en roumain et en français. Berlin: Language Science Press.
  3. Bonami, Olivier et Benoît Sagot. Computational methods for descriptive and theoretical morphology. Numéro spécial de la revue Morphology, 27(4)
  4. Manfredi, Stefano. 2017. Arabi Juba. Leuven, Paris : Peeters (coll. Les langues du monde).
  5. Bulman, Stephen P.D.; Vydrine, Valentin. The epic of Sumanguru Kante, narrated by Abdulaye Sako. African Sources for African History, Vol.15. Leiden – Boston : Brill, 2017, 172p.
  6. Michaud, Alexis. 2017. Tone in Yongning Na: lexical tones and morphotonology. (Studies in Diversity Linguistics 13). Berlin: Language Science Press. http://langsci-press.org/catalog/book/109. https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01094
  7. Paillard, Denis. 2017. Numéro spécial de Langages : Comparaison des marqueurs discursifs, n° 207, 3/2017, 136 pp.
  8. Vanhove, Martine. 2017. Le Beja. Leuven, Paris : Peeters (coll. Les langues du monde).
  9. Vydrin V.F., Mazurova Yu.V., Kibrik A.A., Markus E.B. (éds.). 2017, Langues mandé. [Langues du monde.]. Petersbourg: Institut de Linguistique — Nestor-Istoria, 1152 p.

 

 

2018 / To appear

 

 

  1. Adamou, Evangelia, Katharina Haude, and Martine Vanhove (eds). To appear (2018). Information structure in lesser-described languages: Studies in prosody and syntax. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins [Studies in Language Accompanying Series].
  2. Cecchetto and C. Donati. A relabeling approach to reduced relatives. To appear. De Gruyter.

 

 

 

 

Book Chapters

 

2015

  1. Aviles, Karla : « Conflits et négociations avec les locuteurs des langues en danger : un rite de passage perpétuel ? », in Léonard et Avilés González, Documentation et revitalisation des « langues en danger » : épistémologie et praxis. Michel Houdiard, Paris, pp. 307-326.
  2. Beaupoil-Hourdel Pauline, Boutet Dominique & Morgenstern Aliyah. 2015. A child’s multimodal negations from 1 to 4: the interplay between modalities. In Pierre Larrivée and Chungmin Lee, Eds. Negation and Polarity: Experimental Perspectives, Language, Cognition, and Mind, chapter 4, pp. 95–123. Springer International Publishing Switzerland
  3. Bonami, Olivier, and Ana R. Luís. 2015. “Sur la morphologie implicative dans la conjugaison du portugais : une étude quantitative.” In Mémoires de la Société de Linguistique de Paris, 111-151. Vol. 22.
  4. Borik, Olga, and Berit Gehrke 2015. An introduction to the syntax and semantics of pseudo-incorporation. In The Syntax and Semantics of Pseudo-Incorporation, ed. Olga Borik and Berit Gehrke. Leiden: Brill.
  5. Caët, S. & Morgenstern, A. 2015. First and second person pronouns in two mother-child dyads. In Laure Gardelle & Sandrine Sorlin (Eds.), The pragmatics of personal pronouns. John Benjamins Publishing, Amsterdam-London, pp. 173-193
  6. Carlin, E., Isabelle Léglise, B. Migge, Tjon Sie Fat.  2015.  Looking at Language, Identity and Mobility in Suriname In: In and out of Suriname: language, mobility, identityEdited by :Carlin, E., Léglise, I., Migge, B., & Tjon Sie Fat, P.  1-12. Leiden: Brill. 
  7. Cecchetto et C. Donati. 2015. « Relativization in Italian Sign Language (LIS): The missing link of relativization ». In Herrmann, Pfau et Steinbach (ed.), Complex sentences and beyond, 93-128. Berlin : De Gruyter
  8. Cecchetto et C. Donati. 2015.  « Subject intervention in free relatives ». In E. Di Domenico, C. Hamann et S. Matteini (ed.). Structures, strategies and beyond, 369-392. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  9. Cecchetto et C. Donati. 2015. « Please do not move that remnant too much ! » In Grewendorf (ed.), Remnant Movement, 179-200. Berlin : De Gruyter
  10. Cooper, R. & Ginzburg, J. (2015). TTR for Natural Language Semantics. In: C. Fox & S. Lappin (Eds.) Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory, second edition, Blackwell: Oxford
  11. Creissels, Denis et Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2015. Les classes nominales dans les langues atlantiques, Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, pp.187-212, 978-3-89645-565-9. .
  12. Crysmann, Berthold. In press. ” Inferential-realisational morphology without rule blocks: an information-based approach.” In Defaults in Morphological Theory, edited by Andrew Hippisley and Nikolas Gisborne. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  13. Delais-Roussarie, E. ; B. Post ; M. Avanzi ; C. Buthke ; A. Di Cristo ; I. Feldhausen ; S-A. Jun ; P. Martin ; T. Meisenburg ; A. Rialland ; R. Sichel-Bazin & Yoo, H. 2015. Intonational phonology of French: Developing a ToBI system for French. In Frota, S & P. Prieto (eds): Intonation in Romance. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  14. Demolin, D. & Storto, L. 2015. Temporal coordination of glottalic gestures in Karitiana. In H. Avelino, M. Coler & L. Wetzels (eds.). The phonetics and phonology of laryngeal features in Native American Languages. Brill, Leiden. 193-206.
  15. Demolin, D. 2015. Insights from the field. In M. Redford (ed.). The Handbook of speech production. Oxford. Wiley Blackwell. 477-504.
  16. Dobrovie-Sorin Carmen et Ion Giurgea, Weak Reference and Semantic Incorporation, In Borik, Olga, and Berit Gehrke (eds) 2015. The Syntax and Semantics of Pseudo-Incorporation. Syntax & Semantics 40. Leiden: Brill.
  17. Donabédian, Anaïd. Ss presse. The aorist in Modern Armenian : core values and contextual meanings: Guentcheva, Z. (ed.) Aspectuality and Temporality: Empirical and Theoretical issues; Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2015, pp. 375-411
  18. Frajzyngier, Z. & Amina Mettouchi (2015). Functional domains and cross-linguistic comparability. In: Mettouchi, Amina, Martine Vanhove and Dominique Caubet (eds.), Corpus-based Studies of Lesser-described Languages: The CorpAfroAs corpus of spoken AfroAsiatic languages. John Benjamins: Amsterdam-Philadelphia. pp. 257-279.
  19. François, Alexandre. 2015. Temperature terms in northern Vanuatu. In Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm (ed.). The Linguistics of Temperature. Typological Studies in Language 107. Amsterdam, New York: Benjamins. Pp.832–857.
  20. François, Alexandre; Michael Franjieh; Sébastien Lacrampe; Stefan Schnell. The exceptional linguistic density of Vanuatu. In The Languages of Vanuatu: Unity and Diversity, ed. by A. François; S. Lacrampe; S. Schnell & M. Franjieh. Studies in the Languages of Island Melanesia, 5. Canberra: Asia–Pacific Linguistics Open Access. Pp. 1-21.
  21. François, Alexandre. 2015. The ins and outs of up and down: Disentangling the nine geocentric space systems of Torres and Banks languages. In The Languages of Vanuatu: Unity and Diversity, ed. by A. François; S. Lacrampe; S. Schnell & M. Franjieh. Studies in the Languages of Island Melanesia, 5. Canberra: Asia–Pacific Linguistics Open Access. Pp. 137-195.
  22. Gervain, J. (2015). Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. In: James D. Wright (ed.): International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 16. Oxford: Elsevier, 387–396.
  23. Gorovitz, S & Isabelle Léglise. 2015.  Brazilians in French Guiana: Types of bilingual talk in family interactions In: Language Contact: Mobility, Borders and UrbanizationEdited by: Gorovitz, S. & Mozillo, I.   6-12 Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  24. Izre’el, S. & Amina Mettouchi. (2015) Representation of speech in CorpAfroAs: Transcriptional strategies and prosodic units. In: Mettouchi, Amina, Martine Vanhove and Dominique Caubet (eds.), Corpus-based Studies of Lesser-described Languages: The CorpAfroAs corpus of spoken AfroAsiatic languages. pp. 13–41.
  25. Léglise, Isabelle, Migge, Bettina. 2015. Language Practices and Language Ideologies in Suriname: Results from a School SurveyEdited by: Carlin, E., Léglise, I., Migge, B., & Tjon Sie Fat, P.  13-57. Leiden: Brill. 
  26. Léonard, Jean Léo & Karla Janiré Avilés Gonzalez. 2015. Introduction au volume Documentation et revitalisation des « langues en danger » Épistémologie et praxis, Paris, Michel Houdiard éditeur, pp. 5-49.
  27. Léonard, Jean Léo. 2015. Postface au volume Documentation et revitalisation des « langues en danger » Épistémologie et praxis, Paris, Michel Houdiard éditeur, pp. 479-484.
  28. Léonard, Jean Léo & Julien Fulcrand : «Tonal Inflection and dialectal variation in Mazatec », in Palancar, E. & Léonard, J. L. (eds) Tone & Inflection, Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, 296, Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 165-195.
  29. Léonard, J.L. (2015):« Le mazatec : de la théorie à la praxis », in Léonard, J.L. & Aviles González, Karla Janiré (éds.), 2015. Documentation et revitalisation des « langues en danger » Épistémologie et praxis, Paris, Michel Houdiard éditeur, pp. 80-131.
  30. Léonard, J.L. et Marijana Petrović (2015) : « Cadrage, décadrage et recadrage de l’expérience : le terrain comme vertige existentiel », in Léonard, J.L. & Aviles González, Karla Janiré (éds.), 2015. Documentation et revitalisation des « langues en danger » Épistémologie et praxis, Paris, Michel Houdiard éditeur, pp. 253-289.
  31. Malibert, Il-Il & Vanhove, Martine. Quotative constructions and prosody in some Afroasiatic languages: Towards a typology. In: Corpus-based Studies of lesser-described Languages: the CorpAfroAs Corpus of spoken AfroAsiatic. Amina Mettouchi, Martine Vanhove & Dominique Caubet (eds.). Amsterdam, Philadelphia, John Benjamins (Studies in Corpus Linguistics 68). 117-169.
  32. Mazaudon, Martine. 2015. The evolution of vowel length in TGTM (Tamangish) languages. In Mark W. Post, Scott DeLancey & Stephen Morey (eds.), Language and culture in Northeast India and beyond: in honour of Robbins Burling, 211–221. (Asia-Pacific Linguistics 23). Canberra: Australian National University.
  33. Mettouchi, Amina, Martine Vanhove and Dominique Caubet. 2015. Preface. In Corpus-based Studies of lesser-described Languages: the CorpAfroAs Corpus of spoken AfroAsiatic. Amina Mettouchi, Martine Vanhove & Dominique Caubet (eds.). Amsterdam, Philadelphia, John Benjamins (Studies in Corpus Linguistics 68): 1-9.
  34. Mettouchi, Amina. (to appear) “The Interaction of state, prosody and linear order in Kabyle (Berber): Grammatical relations and information structure”. Paper presented on 17 June 2011 at the 14th Italian Meeting of AfroAsiatic Linguistics in Turin. To appear in Data and Perspectives in AfroAsiatic, Alessandro Mengozzi & Mauro Tosco (eds), John Benjamins: Amsterdam-Philadelphia.
  35. Mettouchi, Amina, G. Savà & M. Tosco (2015). Cross-linguistic comparability in CorpAfroAs. In: Mettouchi, Amina, Martine Vanhove and Dominique Caubet (eds.), Corpus-based Studies of Lesser-described Languages: The CorpAfroAs corpus of spoken AfroAsiatic languages. pp. 221-255.
  36. Montaut, Annie. 2015. The discourse particle to and word ordering in Hindi: From grammar to discourse. Fernandez Vest Joceline & Van Valin Robert. Information Structuring in Spoken Languages from a Cross-linguistic Perspective, Amsterdam, Phildelphia: Benjamins, pp.263-82.
  37. Morgenstern, A. 2015. Intentionality in Language and Communication. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Elsevier, Second Edition, 2015, 347–351.
  38. Mueller-Reichau, Olav, and Berit Gehrke (to appear, 2015). Event kind formation within the VP: Comparing Russian factual imperfectives and German adjectival passives. In Formal Description of Slavic Languages. Proceedings of FDSL 10, Leipzig 2013 (= Linguistik International), ed. Gerhild Zybatow, Petr Biskup, Marcel Guhl, Claudia Hurtig, Olav Mueller-Reichau, and Maria Yastrebowa. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  39. Nash, Léa & Pollet Samvelian. Approaches to Complex Predicates. 2015. In Nash, Léa & Pollet Samvelian (ed.). Approaches to Complex Predicates. Leiden : Brill, pp.1-20.
  40. Nicolas, S., & Guida, A. (2015). Charcot and the mental calculator Jacques Inaudi. European Yearbook of the History of Psychology, vol. 1,  107-138.
  41. Palancar, Enrique & Léonard, Jean Léo, introduction au volume Tone & Inflection, Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, 296, Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 1-14, cf.
  42. Pillot-Loiseau, C., Kamiyama, T., Kocjančič-Antolík, T., 2015. French /y/-/u/ Pinault, Georges-Jean, Nalini Balbir, Claudine Bautze-Picron, Isabelle Ratié, Jérôme Petit & Pollet Samvelian. The Tocharian background of Old Turkic yangï kün. In Elisabetta Ragagnin & Jens Wilkens (eds.). Kutadgu Nom Bitig. Festschrift für Jens Peter Laut zum 60. Geburtstag. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, pp.378-405.
  43. Pinault, Georges-Jean, Nalini Balbir, Claudine Bautze-Picron, Isabelle Ratié, Jérôme Petit & Pollet Samvelian. The Tocharian background of Old Turkic yangï kün. In Elisabetta Ragagnin & Jens Wilkens (eds.). Kutadgu Nom Bitig. Festschrift für Jens Peter Laut zum 60. Geburtstag. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, pp.378-405.
  44. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2015. Diachronie des classes nominales atlantique – morphophonologie, morphologie, sémantique. Creissels, Denis et Pozdniakov, Konstantin (eds.) . Les classes nominales dans les langues atlantiques, Köln : Rüdiger Köppe Verlag. 56-102
  45. Pozdniakov, Konstantin et Stéphane Robert. 2015. Les classes nominales en wolof – fonctionnalités et singularités d’un système restreint. Creissels, Denis et Pozdniakov, Konstantin (eds.). Les classes nominales dans les langues atlantiques, Köln : Rüdiger Köppe Verlag. 545—628
  46. Quint, Nicolas. 2015. Le système des classes nominales en nyun de Djifanghor. Creissels, Denis; Pozdniakov, Konstantin (eds.) . Les classes nominales dans les langues atlantiques, Köln : Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.
  47. Rialland, A., Ridouane, R., & van der Hulst, H. 2015. Features in phonology and phonetics. Posthumous writings by Nick Clements and coauthors. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  48. Rialland, A., Ridouane, R., & van der Hulst, H. 2015. Features in phonology and phonetics. The contributions of George N. Clements. In A. Rialland, R. Ridouane, & H. van der Hulst (eds.), Features in phonology and phonetics. Posthumous writings by Nick Clements and coauthors, 3-16. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  49. Ridouane, R., & Hallé, P. (to appear). Word-initial geminates: from production to perception. In H. Kubozono (Ed.) Phonetics and Phonology of Geminate Consonants. Oxford University Press.
  50. Salazar Orvig, A. & Morgenstern, A. 2015. Acquisition and use of pronouns in a dialogic perspective. The Acquisition of Reference. Edited by Ludovica Serratrice and Shanley E.M. Allen. John Benjamins Publishing Company. Amsterdam-London, pp. 154-180
  51. Santiago, F. & E. Delais-Roussarie. (2015). The acquisition of Question Intonation by Mexican Spanish Learners of French. In E. Delais-Roussarie, M. Avanzi & S. Herment (eds), Prosody and Language in Contact: L2 Acquisition, Attrition and Languages in Multilingual Situations. Heldelberg: Springer-Verlag, 243–270.
  52. Segerer, Guillaume. 2015. Les classes nominales en keerak (joola de Kabrousse). Creissels, Denis; Pozdniakov, Konstantin (eds.). Les classes nominales dans les langues atlantiques, Köln : Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, pp.107-153, 978-3-89645-565-9. <https://www.koeppe.de>.
  53. Segerer, Guillaume. 2015. Les classes nominales en manjaku. Creissels, Denis; Pozdniakov, Konstantin (eds.). Les classes nominales dans les langues atlantiques, Köln : Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, pp.187-212, 978-3-89645-565-9. .
  54. Serniclaes, W. and Sprenger-Charolles, L. (2015). Reading impairment: from behavior to brain, in Ed. R. Bahr and E. Silliman (London : Routledge). Handbook of Communication Disorders (pp.34-45).
  55. Souag, Lameen. 2015. How to make a comitative preposition agree it-with its external argument: Songhay and the typology of conjunction and agreement. In Paul Widmer, Jürg Fleischer & Elisabeth Rieken (eds.), Agreement in diachronic perspectives. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 75–100.
  56. Выдрин В.Ф., Перехвальская Е.В. Системы счисления в языках манде // А.Ю.Желтов (ред.). Африканский Сборник — 2015. СПб: МАЭ РАН, 2015, с. 356-377. (Vydrin, Valentin & Perekhvalskaia, Elena. Systèmes de compte dans les langues mandé. Alexandre Zheltov (éd.). Collection Africaine-2015. St. Petersbourg: Musée d’Anthropologie et ethnographie, 2015, pp.

 

2016

 

  1. Abeillé A., B. Crysmann, A. Shiraishi, 2016. Syntactic mismatches in French peripheral ellipsis, in C.Pinon (ed). Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 11, 1-30.
  2. Adamou, E., Breu W., Scholze L. & R. X. Shen, ( 2016), Borrowing and contact intensity: A corpus-driven approach from four Slavic minority languages. Journal of Language Contact, 9 (3): 515-544.
  3. Bhatara, A., Boll-Avetisyan, N., Höhle, B., & Nazzi, T. (in press). Early sensitivity and acquisition of prosodic patterns at the lexical level. In P. Prieto Pilar and N. Esteve Gibert (Eds.), Prosodic Development in First Language Acquisition (pp. xx-xx). John Benjamins.
  4. Bîlbîie, G. 2016. ‘Les objets directs implicites en français : une approche comparative et multifactorielle’. In S. Berbinski (ed.), Le Dit et le Non-Dit. Frankfurt : Peter Lang. 155-169.
  5. Bonami Olivier, Ackerman Farrell. (2016). “Systemic polyfunctionality and morphology-syntax interdependencies.” In Defaults in Morphological Theory, edited by Andrew Hippisley and Nikolas Gisborne. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  6. Bonami, Olivier, and Gregory T. Stump. (2016). “Paradigm function Morphology”. In The Cambridge Handbook of Morphology, edited by Andrew Hippisley and Gregory T. Stump. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  7. Bonami, Olivier, and Berthold Crysmann. (2016). “The role of morphology in constraint-based lexicalist grammars”. In The Cambridge Handbook of Morphology, edited by Andrew Hippisley and Gregory T.Stump. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  8. Bril, Isabelle. 2016. Tense, Mood and Aspect in Nêlêmwa (New Caledonia). Encoding events, processes and states. In Zlatka Guentchéva (ed.). Aspectuality and Temporality. Descriptive and theoretical issues. Amsterdam: Benjamins, (SCLS 172): 63-107.
  9. Burnett Heather and Michelle Troberg. 2016. “From Latin to Modern French: A Punctuated Shift.” in press for E. Mathieu & R. Truswell (eds.). From Micro-Change to Macro-Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  10. Caudal, Patrick, Michelle Troberg, Heather Burnett. Les facteurs de choix de l’auxiliaire en ancien français : étude quantitative. In Prévost, Sophie and Fagard, Benjamin (éds.), Le français en diachronie. Dépendances syntaxiques, Morphosyntaxe verbale, Grammaticalisation, Bern : Peter Lang, pp.237–265.
  11. Celle, Agnès et  Laure Lansari. 2016. L’inattendu et le questionnement dans l’interaction verbale en anglais : les questions en « why – would » et leurs réponses, in Olga Galatanu, Ana-Maria Cozma et Abdelhadi Bellachhab (eds) Représentations du sens linguistique : les interfaces de la complexité, Peter Lang, 235-248.
  12. Chirkova, Katia. 2016. Lizu (Ersu). The Sino-Tibetan Languages (Second Edition), edited by Randy J. LaPolla and Graham Thurgood. New York: Routledge, Chapter 42, 823-839.
  13. Chitoran, I. et P. Hallé. (2016). La Phonologie Articulatoire. Encyclopaedia Universalis
  14. Chitoran, I. (2016). Relating the sonority hierarchy to articulatory timing patterns: A cross-linguistic perspective. Martin J. Ball and Nicole Müller (Eds.) Challenging sonority: Cross-linguistic evidence. Equinox Publishing. Studies in Phonetics and Phonology. 45-62
  15. Crysmann, Berthold. Sous presse. Inferential-realisational morphology without rule blocks: an information-based approach. In A. Hippisley et N. Gisborne (eds.), Defaults in morphological theory.
  16. De la Fuente, I., Hemforth, B., Colonna, S., Schimke, S (2016).The role of syntax,semantics, and pragmatics in pronoun resolution. Holler, A. “Empirical perspectives on anaphora resolution: Information structural evidence in the race forsalience.”.de Gruyter.
  17. Delais-Roussarie, E. (2016). Prosodic phonology and its interfaces. In Fischer, S & C. Gabriel (eds.): Grammatical Interfaces in Romance Linguistics, série: Manuals of Romance Linguistics (MRL). Berlin: De Gruyter
  18. Demolin, D & Storto, L. (2016). As origens da linguagem. In José Luiz Fiorin (ed.) Novos caminhos da linguística. Sao Paulo. 215-232.
  19. Demolin, D. & Storto, L. (2016). Temporal coordination of glottalic gestures in Karitiana. In H. Avelino, M. Coler & L. Wetzels (eds.). The phonetics and phonology of laryngeal features in Native American Languages. Brill, Leiden. 193-206.
  20. Dobrovie-Sorin, Carmen, Emilia Ellsiepen, and Barbara Hemforth. Why are distributive readings dispreferred In Going Romance. Vol. Going Romance 2015., 2016.
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  59. Vydrin, Valentin & Koryakov, Yury. 2017. Cartes des langues et dialectes mandé. In: V.F.Vydrin, Yu.V.Mazurova, A.A.Kibrik, E.B.Markus (éds.). Langues mandé. [Langues du monde.]. St. Petersbourg: Institut de Linguistique — Nestor-Istoria, 2017, pp. 141-151 (en russe).
  60. Vydrin, Valentin. 2017. New Electronic Resources for Texts in Manding Languages. In: Daniela Merolla and Mark Turin (eds.). Searching For Sharing: Heritage and Multimedia in Africa. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers, 2017, pp. 109-121.
  61. Vydrin, Valentin. 2017. Expression de prédication de qualité en maninka de Guinée. In : Valentin Vydrin, Anastasia Lyakhovich (éds.). In the hot yellow Africa… In honor of Alexander Zheltov on the occasion of his 50th birthday. St. Petersbourg: Nestor-Istoria, 2017, pp. 25-47 (en russe).
  62. Vydrin, Valentin. 2017. Quantifiers in Dan-Gwɛɛtaa (South Mande). In: Denis Paperno, Edward L. Keenan (eds.). Handbook of quantifiers in natural language: Volume II. [Studies in linguistics and philosophy, vol. 97]. Springer, 2017, pp. 203-280.
  63. Vydrin, Valentin. 2017. Vers les dictionnaires mandingues sur la base des corpus. In : Alexandre Zheltov (éd.). Collection Africaine — 2017. Saint Petersbourg: Musée d’Anthropologie et ethnographie, 2017, pp. 342-357.
  64. Wauquier, S. & Shoemaker, E.  (2017.) La prononciation des apprenants de FLE et la phonologie développementale.  In S. Detey, I. Racine, Y. Kawaguchi, & J. Eychenne (éds.), La prononciation du français dans le monde : du natif à l’apprenant. Paris: CLE international. ISBN: 978-2-09-038241-9.

 

2018 et sous presse

 

  1. Abeillé, B. Crabbé, J. Thuilier, à paraître, La notion d’usage dans une linguistique de corpus, in B. Godart, S. Laugier (eds), L’usage de l’usage, ISTE.
  2. Adamou, Evangelia, Katharina Haude, and Martine Vanhove. To appear (2018). Investigating information structure in lesser-known and endangered languages: An introduction. Information structure in lesser-described languages: Studies in prosody and syntax. Adamou, Evangelia, Katharina Haude, and Martine Vanhove (eds). [Studies in Language Accompanying Series]. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.
  3. Bhatara, A., Boll-Avetisyan, N., Höhle, B., & Nazzi, T. (in press). Early sensitivity and acquisition of prosodic patterns at the lexical level. In P. Prieto Pilar and N. Esteve Gibert (Eds.), Prosodic Development in First Language Acquisition (pp. xx-xx). John Benjamins.
  4. Bonami Olivier, Berthold Crysmann. Sous presse. Lexeme and flexeme in a formal theory of grammar. Dans Olivier Bonami, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo et Fiammetta Namer, éditeurs, The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology, Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax, Language Science Press, Berlin, 183–235.
  5. Borik, Olga, and Berit Gehrke (to appear). Imperfective past passive participles in Russian. In Proceedings of FDSL 12, HU Berlin 2016, ed. Radek Simik et al. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  6. Burnett, H. & A. Dagnac. (in press). Hard and Soft Patterns in Picard Negative Concord. In J. Sibille (ed). Volume on Gallo-Romance syntax published by Lambert Lucas.
  7. Bîlbîie, Gabriela. 2018. The meaning and use of Romanian subjunctive interrogatives. In Abeillé, Bonami (eds), Constraint-based Syntax and Semantics ; in honour of Danièle Godard. CSLI Publications
  8. Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin & Ion Giurgea (2018) Proportional Many/Much and Most

In Hana Filip, ed. Countability, Cambridge University Press

  1. Cohn A., C. Fougeron, & Huffman M. (2018). Laboratory Phonology. In , S.J. Hannahs and A. Bosch (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Phonological Theory
  2. Faghiri Pegah, Samvelian Pollet and Barbara Hemforth. To appear. Is there a canonical order in Persian ditransitive constructions? Corpus-based and experimental studies. In Ditransitive constructions in a cross-linguistic perspective, Agnès Korn, Andrej Malchukov and Carina Jahani (eds.) Wiesbaden : Reichert
  3. Faghiri Pegah and Pollet Samvelian. 2018. The issue of “separability” in Persian complex predicates. In B.Crysmann & M.Sailer (eds.) One to many relations, Language science press, to appear.
  4. Fradin Bernard. Sous presse. Competition in derivation: what can we learn from French doublets in -age and -ment? in Gardani, Francesco and Rainer Franz and Dressler, Wolfgang U. and Luschützky Hans Christian (eds). Competition in morphology. Berlin: Springer.
  5. François, Alexandre & Siva Kalyan (2018). Freeing the comparative method from the tree model: a framework for historical glottometry. in Ritsuko Kikusawa & Lawrence Reid (eds) Let’s talk about trees: genetic relationships of languages and their phylogenetic representation (Senri Ethnological studies 98).Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology: 59-89.
  6. Ginzburg Jonathan, Philip Miller ‘Ellipsis in HPSG’. To appear in: J van Craenenbroeck and T. Temmerman (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Ellipsis, Oxford University Press, New York.
  7. Ginzburg J., Julian Hough, Robin Cooper and David Schlangen. HPSG and Incrementality: Why not? In Abeillé, Bonami (eds) Constraint-based syntax and semantics, CSLI Publications.
  8. Haude, Katharina. To appear (2018). From predication to reference in Movima. In Individuation et référence nominale à travers les langues. Bonnot, Christine, Outi Duvallon et Hélène de Penanros (eds). Paris: Presses de l’INaLCO.
  9. Haude, Katharina. To appear (2018). Clefting for topicalization? Analyzing clause-initial pronouns in Movima.  Information structure in lesser-described languages: Studies in prosody and syntax. Adamou, Evangelia, Katharina Haude, and Martine Vanhove (eds). [Studies in Language Accompanying Series]. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.
  10. Haude, Katharina. To appear (2018). Nonverbal predication in Movima. Nonverbal predication in Amazonian languages [Typological Studies in Language 122]. Overall, Simon, Rosa Vallejos, and Spike Gildea (eds). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.
  11. Jacques, Guillaume. 2018. Non-propositional evidentiality. In Alexandra Aikhenvald (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Evidentiality, 109–122. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  12. Hemforth, B., & Konieczny, L. (in press). When all linguists did not go to the workshop, none of the Germans but some of the French did: The role of alternative constructions for quantifier scope. In K. Carlson, Charles Clifton Jr, and Janet Fodor, Grammatical approaches to language processing: Essays in honor of Lyn Frazier. Springer: Heidelberg.
  13. Jacques, Guillaume. 2018. Generic person marking in Japhug and other Rgyalrong languages. In Joana Jansen & Spike Gildea (eds.), Diachrony of hierarchical systems, 405–426. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  14. Jacques, Guillaume & Anton Antonov. 2018. The direction(s) of analogical change in direct/inverse systems. In Fernando Zúñiga & Sonia Cristofaro (eds.), Typological hierarchies in synchrony and diachrony, 259–289. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  15. Konrad, I.. At the crossroads between (semi-)free relatives and indirect questions in French. In: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory . Benjamins. To appear.
  16. Kühnert, B. & Kocjančič Antolík, T. (2018). Patterns of articulation rate variation in English/French tandem interactions. In J. Volin and R. Skarnitzl (éds.), Pronunciation of English by Speakers of Other Languages, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017. ISBN: 9781527503908.
  17. Léonard, Jean Léo, Julien Fulcrand (sous presse) “Inflectional Class Shifts in the Mazatec diasystem: innovation, contact and metatypy”, pour un numéro de STUF (Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung / Language Typology and Universals) consacré au contact de langues en Mésoamérique, coordonné par José-Antonio Flores-Farfan (Ciesas DF, Mexique, México).
  18. Léonard, Jean-Léo 2015 (Paru en 2018) : Anchoring Evidential, Epistemic and Beyond in Discourse : alao, vantae and vae in Noirmoutier island (Poitevin-Saintongeais), in Zlatka Guentcheva (éd.) 2018. Epistemic Modalities and Evidentiality in Cross-Linguistic Perspective, Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter, pp.131-152.
  19. Pacton, S. (2018). Apprendre à orthographier les mots. In L. Ferrand, B. Lété. C. Thevenot (Eds.), Psychologie cognitive des apprentissages scolaires. Apprendre à lire, écrire, compter. Dunod Editions. (pp. 177-187). Paris
  20. C, B. Hemforth, A Abeillé, 2018, French relatives and subject inversion, in B Crysmann, M Sailer (eds), One to many relations,Language science press, to appear
  21. Riester, A, Brunetti, L. and K. de Kuthy, (2018) “Annotation Guidelines for Questions under Discussion and Information Structure” In Information structure in lesser-described languages: Studies in prosody and syntax. Adamou, Evangelia, Katharina Haude, and Martine Vanhove (eds). [Studies in Language Accompanying Series]. Amsterdam/Philadelphia : Benjamins.
  22. Samvelian, Pollet 2018. Specific Features of Persian Syntax : the Ezâfe Construction. Differential Object Marking and Complex Predictaes, in Oxford Handbook of Persian Linguistics, A.Sedighi and P.Shabani-Jadidi (Eds.), Oxford : Oxford University Press, PP. 226-269.
  23. Schimke, Sarah, Saveria Colonna, Israel de la Fuente, and Barbara Hemforth.  (2018). “L1-Einfluss und generelle Lernereffekte bei der Auflösung ambiger Pronomen in einer L2.” In Sprachverarbeitung im Zweitspracherwerb.. Sarah Schimke, Holger Hopp ed. Berlin: de Gruyter, Sous presse.
  24. Wottawa J., Martine Adda-Decker, and Frédéric Isel. (2018). The impact of production complexity in German L2 by French native speakers: Focus on /h/ and vowel duration contrast. In Elena Babatsouli and David Ingram, editors, Phonology in Protolanguage and Interlanguage. Equinox.

 

 

Proceedings

 

2015

 

  1. Abeillé Anne, B Crysmann, A Shirashi 2015, Syntactic mismatch in French peripheral ellipsis, CSSP
  2. Adamou E., 2015, A corpus-driven analysis of Romani in contact with Turkish and Greek. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 7), Torgersen E., S. Hårstad, B. Mæhlum & U. Røyneland (eds), 1–16. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: Benjamins [Studies in Language Variation series].
  3. Audibert, N., Fougeron, C., Gendrot, C., & Adda-Decker M. 2015. Duration-vs. Style-Dependent Vowel Variation: a Multiparametric Investigation. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  4. Baerman, M. and Palancar, E. L. 2015. The organization of chinantec tone paradigms. In Proceedings of the Décembrettes: 8th International Conference on Morphology, pp. 46–59, Toulouse. CLLE-ERSS.
  5. Bonami, Olivier, and Sarah Beniamine. 2015. Implicative structure and joint predictiveness In Word Structure and Word Usage. Proceedings of the NetWordS Final Conference, Edited by Vito Pirelli, Claudia Marzi and Marcello Ferro, 2015.
  6. Buscaldi D., Hernández-Farias I. Sentiment Analysis on Microblogs for Natural Disasters Management: a Study on the 2014 Genoa Floodings. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Social Web for Disaster Management (SWDM’15), co-located with the WWW’15 conference. pp.1185-1188. Firenze, Italia.
  7. Buscaldi D., Hernández-Farias I. Sentiment Analysis on Microblogs for Natural Disasters Management: a Study on the 2014 Genoa Floodings. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Social Web for Disaster Management (SWDM’15), co-located with the WWW’15 conference. pp.1185-1188. Firenze, Italia.
  8. Burnett Heather, Mireille Tremblay & Hélène Blondeau. (2015). The Variable Grammar of Negative Concord in Montréal French. in S. Fischer (ed.) Selected Papers from NWAV 43. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics. 21 (2).
  9. Caudal Patrick, Heather Burnett & Michelle Troberg. (accepted). Les facteurs de choix de l’auxiliaire en ancien français: étude qualitative et quantitative. Accepted pending major revisions in S. Prévost and B. Fagard (eds.). Proceedings of Diachro 7. ENS-Université Paris 3. 
  10. Crevier Buchman, L., Roques, E., & Audibert, N. 2015. Retrospective longitudinal acoustic and perceptive study of substitution voice after partial laryngectomy. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  11. Crysmann, Berthold. Resumption and Extraction in an Implemented HPSG of Hausa. Dans Proceedings of the Grammar Engineering Across Frameworks (GEAF) 2015 Workshop, Beijing, China, July, pages 65–72, Association for Computational Linguistics, 2015.
  12. Demasi, R., Savariaux, C. & Demolin, D. 2015. An articulatory study of posterior nasal diphtongs in Brazilian Portuguese. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  13. Demolin, D. 2015. The contribution of the kymograph to the description of African languages. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on the History of Speech Communication Research. TUD Press. Dresden. 71-78.
  14. Dobrovie Sorin Carmen, Mara Panaitescu 2015, Co-distributive numerals and bare plurals in Romanian, Going Romance, Nijmegen
  15. Dobrovie-Sorin Carmen, Two Types of Most, Proceedings of SALT 2015
  16. Dobrovie-Sorin Carmen, Emilia Ellsiepen & Barbara Hemforth, Why are distributive readings dispreferred, Proceedings of Going Romance 2015
  17. Enguehard, François, Marie-Claude Simeone-Senelle, Yvonne Treis & Martine Vanhove (eds). 2015. Proceedings of the First International Colloquium on the Cushitic Languages and the Peoples who Speak them. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe. CDRom.
  18. Faghiri, Pegah & Pollet Samvelian. 2015. How much is determined by Syntax? An empirical Approach to the Position of the Direct Object in Persian. 9th Iranian Conference on Linguistics, Feb 2015, Tehran, Iran. in Dabir-Moghaddam Mohammad (resp.), Proceedings of the 9th Iranian Conference on Linguistics, Allameh TabatabaI University, pp. 1419-1435, pp. 1419-1435
  19. Faghiri Pegah & Pollet Samvelian. 2015. Jâygâh-e maf’ul-e mostaqim dar fârsi : barresi-e dâdebonyâd (The position of the direct object in Persian : A data-based approach). In Proceedings of the First National Conference on Semantics and Syntax of Iranian Languages, April 29-30, 2014, Tehran University, Iran pp. 61-74 (en persan)
  20. Gao, J., & Hallé, P. 2015. The role of voice quality in shanghai tone perception. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  21. Gendrot, C., Adda-Decker, M. & W. Yaru. 2015. Comparing journalistic and spontaneous speech: prosodic and spectral analysis. In 16th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech’15), Dresden, Germany, Sept. 6-10 2015.  
  22. Gendrot, C., Künhert, B. & Demolin, D. 2015. Aerodynamic, articulatory and acoustic realization of French /ʁ/. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  23. Ginzburg, J., Breitholz, E., Cooper, R., Hough, J., & Tian, Y. (2015). Understanding Laughter. In: T. Brochhagen, F. Roelofsen & N. Theiler (Eds.) Proceedings of the 20th Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam, pp. 137-146.
  24. Hallé, P., Segui, J., & Androjna, K. 2015. Primary and secondary cues to voice assimilation in french and in slovenian. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  25. Hassan E., Buscaldi D., Gangemi A. Machine Reading for the Abstractive Summarization of Reviews in the Touristic Domain. In: 7ème Atelier Recherche d’Information SEmantique – RISE 2015, Rennes, France
  26. Hassan E., Buscaldi D., Gangemi A. Machine Reading for the Abstractive Summarization of Reviews in the Touristic Domain. In: 7ème Atelier Recherche d’Information SEmantique – RISE 2015, Rennes, France.
  27. Holat, Pierre and Tomeh, Nadi and Charnois, Thierry. Classification de texte enrichie à l’aide de motifs séquentiels. Actes de la 22e conférence sur le Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles (TALN 2015), p. 572–578, Caen, France,, Juin 2015
  28. Hough, J,  Kennington, C,  Schlangen, D and  Ginzburg, J (2015). `Incremental Semantics for Dialogue Processing: Requirements and a Comparison of Two Approaches.’ In: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Computational Semantics, London, April 2015
  29. Ivent F., Adda-Decker M., Fougeron C. (2015). Voicing variations in French obstruents: Distribution and acoustic quantification. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4.
  30. Kühnert, B. & Kocjancic-Antolik, T. 2015. Patterns of articulation rate in English/French and French/English Tandem interactions. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on English Pronunciation Issues and Practices. 21-23 May, 2015, Prague, pp. 74-77.
  31. Lissoir, M.-P. & Demolin, D. 2015. The Relationships Between Speech Tone and Melody in the Khap Singing of Tai Dam in Laos. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  32. Mairano, P.,  F. Santiago, & A. Romano.  (2015). Cross-linguistic differences between accented vs. unaccented vowels durations. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  33. Mazaudon, Martine. 2015. The evolution of vowel length in TGTM (Tamangish) languages. In Mark W. Post, Scott DeLancey & Stephen Morey (eds.), Language and culture in Northeast India and beyond: in honour of Robbins Burling, 211–221. (Asia-Pacific Linguistics 23). Canberra: Australian National University.
  34. Meyer, J., Gautheron, B., & Ridouane, R. 2015. Whistled Moroccan Tamazight: phonetics and phonology. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  35. Mimouni Nada, Adeline Nazarenko, Sylvie Salotti. « Answering Complex Queries on Legal   Networks : a Direct and a Structured IR Approaches ». Network Analysis in Law Workshop (held in connection with JURIX 2015), Dec 2015, Braga, Portugal.
  36. Mimouni Nada, Adeline Nazarenko, Sylvie Salotti. « Une ontologie documentaire pour l’accès aux contenus juridiques », Actes des 26es Journées Francophones d’Ingénierie des Connaissances (IC 2015) « Vers le traitement de la masse des données disponibles sur le Web», Juin 2015, Rennes, France.
  37. Mimouni Nada, Adeline Nazarenko, Sylvie Salotti: “A Conceptual Approach for Relational IR: Application to Legal Collections”. International conference on Formal Concept Analysis, ICFCA 2015, Málaga Spain, 23-26 june 2015.
  38. Mimouni Nada, Adeline Nazarenko, Sylvie Salotti: Vers une recherche sémantique et à base de graphe dans les systèmes d’accès à l’information juridique”. Atelier Recherche d’Information Sémantique, RISE 2015, Plateforme PFIA, Rennes, 29 juin – 3 juillet 2015.
  39. Mueller-Reichau, Olav, and Berit Gehrke (to appear, 2015). Event kind formation within the VP: Comparing Russian factual imperfectives and German adjectival passives. In Formal Description of Slavic Languages. Proceedings of FDSL 10, Leipzig 2013 (= Linguistik International), ed. Gerhild Zybatow, Petr Biskup, Marcel Guhl, Claudia Hurtig, Olav Mueller-Reichau, and Maria Yastrebowa. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  40. Pawou-Molu S. 2015. The Initial CV in Bamun, a (not so) hypothetical language of strictly decreasing sonority contrast in Japanese learners with/without ultrasound feedback : vowels, non-words and words. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Actes du 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS). Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4.
  41. Pillot-Loiseau, C., Kamiyama, T., Kocjančič-Antolík, T., 2015. French /y/-/u/ contrast in Japanese learners with/without ultrasound feedback : vowels, non-words and words. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Ed.), Actes du 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS). Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4. Paper number 0485.1-5
  42. Pozdniakov, Konstantin. 2015. Noun classes in numerals: the case of Niger-Congo languages. The numeral systems of Niger-Congo. Vestnik of Saint-Petersburg University2, p. 36-58 (en russe).
  43. Rialland, Annie, Martial Embanga Aborobongui, Martine Adda-Decker, and Lori Lamel. 2015. Dropping of the class-prefix consonant, vowel elision and automatic phonological mining in Embosi (Bantu C 25). In Selected Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, pages 221-230, 2015. Ruth Kramer, Elizabeth C. Zsiga, and One Tlale Boyer (eds).
  44. Ribeyre Corentin, Éric Villemonte de La Clergerie and Djamé Seddah 2015. Because Syntax does Matter: Improving Predicate-Argument Structures Parsing Using Syntactic Features. Proceedings of the 2015 Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies
  45. Ridouane, R., Gendrot, C., & Khatiwada, R. 2015. Mehri ejective fricatives: an acoustic study. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4.
  46. Santiago, F. & E. Delais-Roussarie 2015. What motivates extra-rising patterns in L2 French: Acquisition factors or L1 Transfer? In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4
  47. Simonenko, A., Crabbé, B., Prévost, S. (2015).  “Morphological triggers of syntactic changes: Treebank-based Information Theoretic approach”. In M. Dickinson, E. Hinrichs, A. Patejuk & A. Przepiórkowski (eds). Proceedings of Fourteenth International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT14), Varsovie, Poland. p.194-207
  48. Tian, Y  Beyssade, C and  Mathieu, Y and   Ginzburg, J `Editing Phrases’. In: C. Howes and S. Larsson  (eds.) Proceedings of SemDial 2015 (GoDial), Gothenburg University, Gothenburg,  August 2015.  
  49. Tovena L, Constraints on the arguments of an event noun with delimited duration, “48th Societas Linguistica Europaea”, Leiden University Centre for Linguistics NL, 2–5 sept. 2015
  50. Vydrin, Valentin et Mishchenko, Daria F. 2015. Development of a case system in a peripheral Mande language. 12e colloque sur la typologie et la grammaire pour les jeunes chercheurs, Nov 2015, Saint Petersbourg, Russia. Nestor-Istoria, Двенадцатая конференция по типологии и грамматике для молодых исследователей. Тезисы докладов. Санкт-Петербург, 19-21 ноября pp.126-127, 2015, Двенадцатая конференция по типологии и грамматике для молодых исследователей. Тезисы докладов. Санкт-Петербург, 19-21 ноября 2015. 
  51. Valentin 2015. Nominalization of prefixed verbs in Maninka and Bambara and differences in their tonal patterns. Diakov N.N., Matveev A.S.Азия и Африка в меняющемся мире. XXVIII Международная научная конференция по источниковедению и историографии стран Азии и Африки. , Apr 2015, Saint Petersbourg, Russia. NP-Print, Номинализация префиксных глаголов в манинка и бамана: различия в тональном поведении // Азия и Африка в меняющемся мире. XXVIII Международная научная конференция по источниковедению и историографии стран Азии и Африки. pp.259-260, 2015, Номинализация префиксных глаголов в манинка и бамана: различия в тональном поведении // Азия и Африка в меняющемся мире. XXVIII Международная научная конференция по источниковедению и историографии стран Азии и Африки.
  52. Wottawa, Jane, Martine Adda-Decker, and Frédéric Isel. 2015. Segmental difficulties in French learners of German. In International Symposium on Monolingual and Bilingual Speech 2015, pages 421-429, Chania, Greece.
  53. Wu, Y., Gendrot, C., Hallé, P., & Adda-Decker, M. 2015. On improving the pronunciation of French /r/ in Chinese learners by using real-time ultrasound visualization. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4.
  54. Yong-Cheol Lee, Bei Wang, Sisi Chen, Martine Adda-Decker, Angélique Amelot, Satoshi Nambu, Mark Liberman. A crosslinguistic study of prosodic focus. In 40th IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), pp. 4754-4757, Brisbane, Australia.

 

2016

 

  1. Abeillé, B. Crysmann, A. Shiraishi, 2016. Syntactic mismatches in French peripheral ellipsis, in C. Pinon (ed). Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 11, 1-30.
  2. Abeillé A.,  B Hemforth,E Winckel, Les relatives en dont en français: études empiriques, Actes 5e CMLF, 2016 SHS Web of Conferences ed. 27
  3. Adam Wyner, François Lévy, Adeline Nazarenko. An Underspecified Approach to a Controlled Language for Legal Texts- a Position Paper. Key-Sun Choi; Sejin Nam. Controlled Language Applications Workshop (CLAW), May 2016, Portorož, Slovenia. hal-01358303v1
  4. Alexandra Simonenko, Benoît Crabbé, Sophie Prévost, Taraldsen’s Generalisation in Medieval French Diachronic Generative Syntax conference (DIGS), 2016, Ghent, Belgium. 2016
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2017

 

  1. Abeillé, S.Hassamal, 2017, Sluicing in maurician, a constraint-based approach, CSSP, ENS, Paris.
  2. A Abeillé, E. Winckel 2017,  Godard and Sag’s analysis of dont relatives and new data, 4th European HPSG workshop, Paris
  3. Abeillé, B. Hemforth, A. Shiraishi, 2017, Verbal mismatch and peripheral ellipsis, Workshop Experimental and corpus-based approaches to ellipsis (LSA Institute). University of Kentucky
  4. Abeillé, A. Kihm, C. Ndaye, 2017, Gapping in wolof : a question of coordinators, 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. University of Zurich.
  5. Anne Bouvet, Annemie Van Hirtum, Xavier Pelorson, Shinji Maeda, Kiyoshi Honda, and Angelique Amelot. Calibration of external lighting and sensing photoglottograph. In 10th international workshop Models and Analysis of the Vocal Emissions for Biomedical Applications (MAVEBA), Florence, Italy, December 2017.
  6. Adams, Oliver, Trevor Cohn, Graham Neubig & Alexis Michaud. (2017). Phonemic transcription of low-resource tonal languages. Proceedings of ALTA (Australasian Language Technology Association Workshop), 53–60. Brisbane.
  7. An, Aixiu, & Abeillé, Anne. (2017). Agreement and interpretation of binominals in French. In Müller, Stefan (Ed.): Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, University of Kentucky, Lexington (pp. 26–43). Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
  8. Aixiu An, Anne Abeillé Agreement and interpretation of binominals in French, CSSP, ENS, 2017
  9. Amsili Pascal and Seminck Olga (2017), “A Google-Proof Collection of French Winograd Schemas”, In Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Coreference Resolution Beyond OntoNotes (CORBON 2017). Valencia, April, 2017, pp. 24-29. Association for Computational Linguistics.
  10. Amsili Pascal and Seminck Olga (2017), “Schémas Winograd en français: une étude statistique et comportementale”, Actes de TALN 2017 (Traitement automatique des langues naturelles), Orléans, June, 2017
  11. Wyner, F. Gough, F. Levy, M. Lynch, A. Nazarenko. On Annotation of the Textual Contents of Scottish Legal Instruments. In Legal Knowledge and Information Systems {JURIX} 2017: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference, Luxembourg, 13-15 December 2017. hal-01746067, v1
  12. Beniamine, Sacha. 2017. Une approche universelle pour l’abstraction automatique d’alternances morphophonologiques. Actes de TALN 2017.
  13. Bîlbîie, Gabriela 2017, Experimental and corpus-based approaches to embedded gapping in Romance, Going Romance 31, Bucarest
  14. Bîlbîie, G. & O. Garcia Marchena 2017. A Romance perspective on subordination and fragments. Workshop Experimental and corpus-based approaches to ellipsis (LSA Institute). University of Kentucky. 29 juillet 2017.
  15. Bîlbîie, G. 2017. Disambiguating Left Peripheral Ellipsis in Romanian. 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. University of Zurich. 10-13 septembre 2017.
  16. Bîlbîie, G. & O. Garcia Marchena 2017. A Romance perspective on subordination and fragments. 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. University of Zurich. 10-13 septembre 2017.
  17. Bonnet, R., C Buret, A François, B Galliot, S Guillaume, G Jacques et al.  (2017). Vers des ressources électroniques interconnectées: Lexica, les dictionnaires de la collection Pangloss . 9èmes Journées Internationales de la Linguistique de corpus, Grenoble, pp. 48-51
  18. Bril, I., de Rougemont, Lassoued. 2017, A statistical model for morphology inspired by the Amis language. Second Workshop on Language, Ontology, Terminology and Knowledge Structures (LOTKS 2017, IWCS 2017)
  19. Brunetti, Lisa, Laya Mayol, Villalba ‘Driving expectations on dislocation types from bridging anaphora’ DETEC, ‘Discourse expectations: theoretical, experimental, and computational perspectives’, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, Neederlands, 26-27 juin 2017.
  20. Burnett, Heather & J. Tseng. (2017). Syntactic constraints on one-to-many relations in Gallo-Romance dialects. Presentation at the 4th European workshop on HPSG. Paris, March 2017.
  21. Burnett, Heather, and Barbara Hemforth. A Bayesian Game-Theoretic Approach to Cross-Linguistic Variation. In XPrag., 2017 
  22. Burnett, H. & E. Levon. (2017). Functional compositionality in identity construction. Presentation at the New Advances in Formal Pragmatics Ecole normale supérieure, Paris. March 2017.
  23. Burnett, H. (2017). Meaning-based approaches to social stratification: du tout vs pantoute in Montréal French. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for French Language Studies. York University, Canada. August 2017.
  24. Burnett, H. & O. Bonami. (2017). Variation and change in grammatical gender in the Assemblée Nationale: Ideological structure, conceptual spaces and game theoretic pragmatics. Presentation the Social Meaning ZAS Berlin. August 2017.
  25. Burnett, H. & O. Bonami. (2017). Madame le/la ministre: Variation and change in grammatical gender in the French House of Representatives. Poster presentation at NWAV46. University of Wisconsin, Madison.
  26. Corro, J. Le Roux, M. Lacroix. Efficient Discontinuous Phrase-Structure Parsing via the Generalized Maximum Spanning Arborescence. In Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, 2017.
  27. Corro, J. Le Roux. Transforming Dependency Structures to LTAG Derivation Trees. In Proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Tree-Adjoining Grammar and Related Formalisms, 2017.
  28. Charlotte Hauser. Relativization strategies in French Sign Language : Typology and Analysis. FEAST proceedings. To appear.
  29. Crysmann Berthold, and Olivier Bonami. Atomistic and holistic exponence in Information-based Morphology. Dans Stephan Müller, éditeur, Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, Lexington, KY, EU, pages 141–161, CSLI Publications, Stanford, 2017, ISSN 1535-1793.
  30. Buscaldi, A. Grezka, G. Lejeune. TWEETANEUSE : Fouille de motifs en caractères et plongement lexical à l’assaut du DEFT 2017.. Proceedings of DEFT@TALN 2017, pp.65-77, Paris, France, 2017.
  31. Buscaldi, S. Hernandez, T. Charnois. Classification of keyphrases from scientific publications using WordNet and word embeddings.. Proceedings of VADOR@Inforsid 2017, pp.50-57, Toulouse, France, 2017
  32. Buscaldi, B. Priego-Sanchez. LIPN-UAM at EmoInt-2017: Combination of Lexicon-based features and Sentence-level Vector Representations for Emotion Intensity Determination. Proceedings of WASSA@EMNLP 2017, p.255-258, Copenhaghen, Denmark, 2017
  33. Cartier. Neoveille, a Web Platform for Neologism Tracking. In Proceedings of the EACL 2017 Software Demonstrations, Valencia, Spain, April 3-7 2017.
  34. Cartier, G. Lejeune, K. Gabor, T. Charnois. A System for Multilingual Online Neologism Tracking. Proceedings of CICLING 2017. To appear in International Journal of Computational Linguistics and Applications
  35. É. de La Clergerie, B. Sagot, . The ParisNLP entry at the ConLL UD Shared Task 2017: A Tale of a# ParsingTragedy. In Proceedings of the Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning, 243-252, 2017.
  36. Winckel, S Muller, 2017 French dont relative clauses and their gap, International HPSG Conference, Lexington
  37. Exare, C. 2017. Intrusive tokens of aspiration in French learners’ L2 English. PTLC 2017: Proceedings of the Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference, London, 9–11 August 2017. London : UCL. ISBN: 978-0-9926394-2-6
  38. Gendrot, C. (2017). Perception and Production of Word-Final /ʁ/ in French. 17th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech’16), Aug 2017, Stockholm,Sweden
  39. Ginzburg J., Julian Hough, Robin Cooper and David Schlangen.  (2017) Incrementality and Clarification/Sluicing potential. Proceedings of  Sinn und Bedeutung 21, Edinburgh, UK.
  40. Hallé, P., Chen, T-C., & Gao, J-Y. (2017). Discrimination of Mandarin and Minnan tones
    by French listeners vs. Taiwanese Mandarin-Minnan bilinguals. In of SICSS 2017, Seoul, Korea.
  41. Zargayouna, C. Roussey, S. Ouardani. Annotation sémantique à partir de textes : Cas des observations dans les Bulletins de Santé du végétal. In Actes de la 9ème édition de l’atelier Recherche d’Information SEmantique (RISE), Juillet 2017
  42. Bannour, H. Zargayouna, A. Nazarenko. Modèle de recherche d’information sémantique en graphe : interrogation par propagation d’activation. In Actes des 28èmes Journées francophones d’Ingénierie des Connaissances (IC), pp 11-22, Juillet 2017.
  43. Garrido-Marquez, A. Nazarenko, F. Lévy, J. García Flores. Mesurer la qualité des systèmes de catégories de blogs. In Actes des. 28es Journées francophones d’Ingénierie des Connaissances IC 2017, Jul 2017, Caen, France. pp.217-222, 2017. hal-01570293v1
  44. Gábor, H. Zargayouna, I. Tellier, D. Buscaldi, T. Charnois Exploring Vector Spaces for Semantic Relations. In Proceedings of EMNLP Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing. PP-1814-1823. 2017
  45. Gerdes, S. Kahane. Trois schémas d’annotation syntaxique en dépendance pour un même corpus de français oral : le cas de la macrosyntaxe, Actes de l’atelier « ACor4French – Les corpus annotés du français » (ACor4French 2017) .
  46. Konrad Ingrid, Yair Haendler, and Caterina Donati. The Acquisition of French Ambiguous Embedded Structures Introduced by Ce Que. BUCLD 42 Proceedings. Cascadilla Press.
  47. Grobol, I. Tellier, E. de La Clergerie, M. Dinarelli, F. Landragin. Apports des analyses syntaxiques pour la détection automatique de mentions dans un corpus de français oral. In Actes de la 24e Conférence sur le Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles (TALN), Juin 2017, Orléans, France. 2017, 〈http://taln2017.cnrs.fr〉. 〈hal-01558711〉
  48. Grobol, F. Landragin, S. Heiden. Interoperable annotation of (co)references in the Democrat project. Harry Bunt. In Proceedings of the 13th Joint ISO-ACL Workshop on Interoperable Semantic Annotation, Sep 2017, Montpellier, France. ISA-13 2017. 〈https://sigsem.uvt.nl/isa13/〉. 〈hal-01583527v2
  49. Marco Patriarca et Els Heinsalu  & Léonard, Jean Léo (2017) :   « Applicazioni alla linguistica dei metodi e modelli della teoria dei sistemi complessi », Actes du colloque de Perugia, Mutamento linguistico e biodiversità / Language change and biodiversity. 1-3 décembre 2016. [12 705 mots, 81 890 caractères.
  50. Candito, B. Guillaume, G. Perrier, D. Seddah. Enhanced UD dependencies with neutralized diathesis alternation. In Proceedings of Depling 2017-Fourth International Conference on Dependency Linguistics, 2017
  51. Lechevrel, K. Gábor, I. Tellier, T. Charnois, H. Zargayouna et D. Buscaldi. Combining syntactic and sequential patterns for unsupervised semantic relation extraction. 4th Workshop on Interactions between Data Mining and Natural Language Processing (DMNLP 2017), co-located with ECML PKDD 2017, volume 1880 de CEUR Workshop Proceedings. CEUR-WS.org, pp 81-84, 2017.
  52. Peltola & R. 2017, « L’impératif et le zoom discursif : la particule focalisante vaan dans les injonctions positives et négatives en finnois », 12th International Conference on Actionality, Tense, Aspect, Modality/Evidentiality, Jun 2016, Caen, France.
  53. Seminck O and Amsili P (2017), “A Computational Model of Human Preferences for Pronoun Resolution”, In Proceedings of the Student Research Workshop at the 15th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Valencia, Spain, pp. 53-63. Association for Computational Linguistics.
  54. Hernandez, D. Buscaldi, T. Charnois. LIPN at SemEval-2017 Task 10: Filtering Candidate Keyphrases from Scientific Publications with Part-of-Speech Tag Sequences to Train a Sequence Labeling Model.. Proceedings of SemEval@ACL 2017, pp.995-999, Vancouver, Canada
  55. Shi Yu & Didier Demolin. (2017). The modulations of the whistled source of Gibbon vocalizations. Acoustical Society of America, New Orleans.
  56. Signorello, R., Hassid, S. & Demolin, D. (2017). Aerodynamic features for French fricatives. Proceedings Interspeech 859-863.
  57. Simonenko A., Crabbé B., Prévost S. 2017. Taraldsen’s Generalization in Diachrony : Evidence from a Diachronic Corpus. In  Kaplan, A., Kaplan, A.  McCarvel, M. K. et Rubin E. J. (éds) Proceedings of the 34th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 34), p. 462-469
  58. Kahane., H.-J. Deulofeu, K. Gerdes, A. Nasr, A. Valli. “Annotation micro- et macrosyntaxique manuelle et automatique de français parlé”. Actes de la Journée Floral, 2017, Orléans,
  59. Schuster, É. de La Clergerie, M. Candito, B. Sagot, C. Manning, D. Seddah. Paris and Stanford at EPE 2017: Downstream Evaluation of Graph-based Dependency Representations. In proceedings of EPE 2017-The First Shared Task on Extrinsic Parser Evaluation, pp. 47-59, 2017
  60. Tian, Y., Galery, T., Dulcinati, G., Molimpakis, E., & Sun, C. (2017). Facebook emotions: Reactions and Emojis. In Proceedings of the EACL 2017 Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Social Media (SocialNLP).
  61. Tovena Lucia and Li,  A study on the semantics of adverbial quan as a distributive marker, in Selected proceedings of the 28th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics NACCL, Utah, 2017.
  62. Tovena Lucia and Zhang, (to appear) The modal flavour of sentence final le in Mandarin, in Papers from the International Symposium on Chinese in the Maritime Silk Road , Hong Kong, 2017
  63. Turco, G., Ivent, F., Fougeron, C. (2017) Speech-style based effects on local and non-local coarticulation in French. Proceedings of the 11th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP) conference (2017). October 16-19, 2017, Tianjin
  64. Turco, G., Shoul, K., & Ridouane, R. (2017). How are four-level length distinctions produced? Evidence from Moroccan Arabic. Interspeech 2017. 20-24 août, Stokholm.
  65. Wong, H Leung, J Lee, K. Gerdes. Quantitative Comparative Syntax on the Cantonese-Mandarin Parallel Dependency Treebank, Proceedings of Depling 2017
  66. Van de Velde, Mark & Dmitry Idiatov. 2017. Morphological classes and gender in Ɓə́ná-Yungur. In Shigeki Kaji (ed.), Proceedings of the 8th World Congress of African Linguistics, 53–65. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
  67. Vydrin Valentin. Jun 2017, Обозначение тонов в практических орфографиях южных языков манде. XXIX International Congress on Historiography and Source Studies of Asia and Africa “Asia and Africa: Their heritage and modernitySaint Petersburg, Russia
  68. Wu, Y., Adda-Decker, M., Fougeron, C., & Lamel, L. (2017). Schwa Realization in French: Using Automatic Speech Processing to Study Phonological and Socio-linguistic Factors in Large Corpora. Proceedings of Interspeech 2017
  69. Wu, Y., & Adda-Decker, M. (2017, December). Schwa realization in French: Investigations using automatic speech processing and large corpora. In International Symposium on Monolingual and Bilingual Speech 2017 (p. 294).
  70. Chen, K. Gerdes. Classifying Languages by Dependency Structure. Typologies of Delexicalized Universal Dependency Treebanks, Proceedings of Depling 2017
  71. Ye Tian and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘ No, I am: what are you saying `no’ to’. (2017)Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21, Edinburgh.
  72. Ye Tian, Thiago Glaery, Giulio Dulicnati, Emilia Molimpakis and Chao Sun. (2017) Facebook emotions: Reactions and Emojis.. In Proceedings of the EACL 2017 Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Social Media (SocialNLP). Valencia, Spain.

2018

  1. Fougeron, C., Delvaux, V.,  Ménard L., Laganaro M. (2018) The MonPaGe_HA Database for the Documentation of Spoken French Throughout Adulthood. Proceedings of the 11th LREC, Myazaki, Japan
  2. Jügel, Thomas and Pollet Samvelian. 2018. Topic agreement, experiencer constructions, and the weight of clitics. In Richard Larson (ed.), Proceedings of the First North American Conference in Iranian Languages, John Benjamins, to appear.
  3. Mairano, P. ; Santiago, F. & Delais-Roussarie, E. (2018). Gémination non-native en français d’apprenants italophones. Journées d’étude sur la parole (JEP 2018), Aix en Provence, Juin
  4. Mara Panaitescu Romanian dependent numerals as ratios, Proceedings of Going Romance 2016 (in print)
  5. Mara Panaitescu Romanian dependent existentials, Proceedings of LSRL 2016 (in print)
  6. Orzechowska, P. & R. Ridouane (2018). The structure of vowelless verbal roots in Tashlhiyt Berber. Speech Prosody 2018., Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.
  7. RIOU Etienne & HEMFORTH Barbara 2018. Contrainte du doublage clitique et détachement de l’objet à gauche. 6ème
  8. Seminck Olga and Amsili Pascal (2018), A Gold Anaphora Annotation Layer on an Eye Movement Corpus, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, Miyazaki (Japan), May 2018.
  9. Sini, A. ; Delais-Roussarie, E. & Lolive, D. (soumis). Annotation automatique des types de discours dans des livres audio en vue d’une oralisation par un système de synthèse. TALN 2018, Rennes, 14-18 mai 2018.
  10. Sini, A. ; Lolive, D.; Vidal, G. ; Tahon, M. & Delais-Roussarie, E. (accepté). SynPaFlex-Corpus: An Expressive French Audiobooks Corpus dedicated to expressive speech synthesis. Proceedings of the 11th edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference LREC, 7-12 May 2018, Miyazaki (Japan)

 

 

Invited talks (incomplete)

 

2015

 

  1. Lowenstamm J. 2015. Les barbarismes et la grammaire. Colloque du réseau français de phonologie 13, Bordeaux, 29 juin-1 juillet 2015. (conférencier invité) 

 

2016

 

  1. Delais-Roussarie, E (2016). L2 Prosodic studies and interface phenomena : the case of topic phrases. Conférence invitée lors de la conférence PINS Prosody and Information Structure in Stuttgart. Stuttgart, 22-23 mars 2016
  2. Delais-Roussarie, E & H. Yoo (2016). Conférence invitée lors de la conférence annuelle de la société coréenne d’enseignement de langue et littérature française. Séoul, 15-16 octobre 2016
  3. Delais-Roussarie, E (2016). Prosodie des questions alternatives et interfaces syntaxe, sémantique et phonologie. Conférence invitée pour le séminaire du LLING, Université de Nantes, Déc. 2016.
  4. Hemforth Barbara, Israël De La Fuente. The semantics of Implicit Causality: Missing explanations and more. Workshop “Implicit Causality”, Oct 2016, Fribourg, Germany

 

2017

 

  1. Delais-Roussarie, E. (2017). Communication invitée lors de la session Prosodie & konzeptionelle Variation (A. Kalkhoff, M. Selig & C. Mooshammer) lors des XXXV Romanistentag, Zürich, 8-12 Octobre 2017. Titre de la communication: Prosodic structure and Syntax/Phonology Mapping in the light of oral corpora.
  2. Delais-Roussarie, E. (2017). Communication invitée pour un séminaire interne au projet Understanding questions (PI : Lisa Cheng), Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, 1 mars 2017. Titre de la communication : Fine Phonetic Details and Question Interpretation.
  3. Delais-Roussarie, E. (2017). Deux communications invitées dans le cadre des séminaires de linguistique organisés par C. Gabriel (Universität Mainz), Mainz, 26 & 27 Juin 2017. Titres des communications : (i) Towards a dynamic approach to syntax/phonology mapping, (ii) l’interface phonologie-syntaxe et les unités prosodiques dans les langues romanes.
  4. Caudal, Patrick. 2017b. Le marquage flexionnel des structures conditionnelles du français (et au-delà) : grammaire globale vs. grammaire locale. Invited talk. Paper presented at the Colloque mETA, Universitatea Ovidius din Constanța, Roumanie.
  5. François Alexandre, 2017, [Invited speaker] “Awesome forces and warning signs: the semantics of tabu-related words in Vanuatu”. Inter­national workshop Diffusion & change in lexical semantics: restriction, avoidance and ‘tabu’. ANU, Canberra. [conv. Patrick McConvell] [link]
  6. François Alexandre, 2017, [Keynote speaker] “Words from our Ancestors: The art of sung poetry in northern Vanuatu”. 10th Conference On Oceanic Linguistics (Cool10). July 2017. Honiara, Îles Salomon.
  7. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2017). Opinions, ressentis et représentations d’apprenants sur la prononciation du FLE : comparaison avant / après formation. Conférence invitée. Colloque international Prolang 2017 : prononcer les langues : variations, émotions, médiations, Université de Rouen.
  8. Quint, Nicolas, [conférencier invité] 2017/04/06 : conférence à Amiens à la journée mastériale ” tudes des constructions comparatives dans des variétés de langues créoles et non créoles” organisée par les Universités des Antilles (CRREF-EA 4538) et de Picardie Jules Vernes (CERCLL-EA 4283). Présentation (de 15h30 à 16h15) d’une communication intitulée “Un aperçu des structures comparatives en capverdien (santiagais)“.
  9. Ridouane, R. (2017). ‘La syllabe en tachlhit : une cause célèbre en phonologie et en phonétique’. Premier Colloque International de Linguistique Berbère. CILB 2017 en hommage à André Basset. Inalco (Paris), 9-10 mars.
  10. Ridouane, R. (2017). ‘Length contrast and the phonology-phonetics interface’. 15esRencontres du Réseau Français de Phonologie. Grenoble, 5-7 juillet 2017.
  11. Shoemaker, E.  (2017.) Word boundary cues in a second language: from perception to production. Invited speaker. The L2PHROL workshop:  L2 Phonetics and Phonology of L1 Romance Learners.

 

2018

 

  1. Hemforth, B. (2018). Keynote: Linguistic Evidence Across Languages. Linguistic Evidence 2018, Tübingen.

 

 

 

Communications

 

                  2015

  1. Abeillé Anne,  A Shirashi 2015, Voice mismatch in French peripheral ellipsis, Journée d’étude sur l’ellipse
  2. Abeillé Anne,  A Shirashi 2015,  French peripheral ellipsis: a corpus study, COLTA, Hong Kong
  3. Bendjaballah S, Julien Dufour Philippe Ségéral. Consonnes –voi, –éject en sudarabique moderne une phénoménologie caractéristique. Colloque du réseau français de phonologie 13, Bordeaux, 29 juin-1 juillet 2015.
  4. Bendjaballah S, Philippe Ségéral. Les consonnes non voisées non éjectives en mehri d’Oman et en hobyot. GLECS (Groupe Linguistique d’Etudes Chamito-Sémitiques), Paris, INALCO, 21 mai 2015.
  5. Bendjaballah S, Philippe Ségéral. The Semitic Verb Template: a View from the Mehri Language of Oman. The Form of Structure, The Structure of Form, Université Paris 7, 15-17 janvier 2015.
  6. Beniamine, Sarah, Olivier Bonami & Benoît Sagot. Information-theoretic inflectional classification. First Quantitative Morphology Meeting, Belgrade, juillet 2015.
  7. Beniamine, Sarah & Benoît Sagot. Segmentation strategies for the inflection class inference. Décembrettes 9, Toulouse, décembre 2015.
  8. Bîlbîie, G. 2015. Omisiunea complementului în limba română – o construcţie aparte [L’omission du complément en roumain – une construction à part]. Simpozionul Internaţional de Lingvistică (VIe édition). Bucarest: l’Académie Roumaine. 29-30 mai 2015.
  9. Bîlbîie, G. 2015. A Modular Account of Implicit Complements in Romanian. The 17th Annual Conference of the English Department, Université de Bucarest. 4-6 juin 2015.
  10. Bîlbîie, G. 2015. Vers une analyse multifactorielle de l’omission du complément d’objet direct en français. Colloque International Langage(s) et traduction III: « Le Dit et le Non-Dit ». Université de Bucarest. 9-11 juin 2015.
  11. Bîlbîie, G. 2015. Omission of direct objects in Romanian. Journée d’étude sur l’ellipse. Université Paris Diderot – Paris 7 & LabEx EFL. 9 juillet 2015
  12. Cecchetto C., MT Guasti, Konrad I., C. Soares-Jessel : Object relative clauses. Explaining an unexpected difference between children and adults, The romance turn VII, Venice. October 2015.
  13. Cecchetto C., MT Guasti, Konrad I., C. Soares-Jessel : Object relative clauses. an unexpected difference between children and adults, GALA, Nantes, september 2015.
  14. Cecchetto C., A relabeling analysis of reduced relatives, Encuentro de Gramatica Generativa 7, Buenos Aires. July 2015.
  15. De la Fuente, Israel, and Barbara Hemforth. Sentence structure matters: A new account of intra-sentential pronoun resolutionIn CUNY. Los Angeles, 2015.
  16. Donati C., C Ceccheto, Quattro passi intp the NP structure. The grammar of Idioms, CRISSP Brussels. June 2015.
  17. Enguehard G. 2015 : “Segmental representation of Livonian stød”, poster scientifique. 12th Old World Conference on Phonology [OCP 11] : Barcelone (Espagne), 28-30 janvier.
  18. Enguehard G. 2015 : “The status of post-stress aspiration in Southern Saami”, Présentation orale. Norwegian  Graduate  Student  Conference  in  Linguistics  and  Philology [NoSLIP 1] : Tromsø (Norvège), 22-23 janvier.
  19. Enguehard G. 2015 : “The /o/~/a/ alternation of Russian verbs ending with -yvat’: metaphony or ‘infixation’?”, Présentation orale. The Form of Structure, the Structure of Form: three days of linguistics for Jean Lowenstamm : Paris (France), 15-17 janvier.
  20. Enguehard G. 2015 : “Stress as a morphological edge”, Présentation orale. ConSOLE XXIII : Paris (France), 07-09 janvier.
  21. Fathi R. 2015. The architecture of Mehri plurals (Modern South Arabian). The Form of Structure, the Structure of Form: Three days of linguistics for Jean Lowenstamm, Paris.
  22. Fathi R. 2015. Troisième journée d’études sur les langues sudarabiques modernes, Strasbourg. The Omani Mehri feminine singular nominal marker.
  23. Fathi R & J. Lowenstamm. 2015. GPRT 2015 “Government Phonology Round Table 2015”, Vienna. The Gender Assignment Pattern of French Nouns.
  24. Fathi R. 2015. The architecture of Mehri plurals (Modern South Arabian). Pluralité, pluractionalité et quantification (Labex-PLU-TAM), Université Paris 7.
  25. Frazier, L. & Hemforth, B. (2015). Contrast markers in English and French. Poster, AMLaP, 2015, Malta.
  26. Fougeron C., Pillot-Loiseau C. (2015) Characterizing rhythmic alterations in the speech of French dysarthric patients. Int. Symposium on Monolingual and Bilingual Speech, Chania, Grèce, 7-10 septembre 2015.
  27. Fougeron C., Pillot-Loiseau C. (2015) Caractérisation des altérations rythmiques dans la parole de patients dysarthriques français. Sixième Journées de Phonétique Clinique, Montpellier, 29 juin-1er juillet 2015.
  28. Garet P. 2015 : The French negative in- prefix: what assimilation tells us about structural attachment. Conference The Form of Structure, the Structure of Form: three days of linguistics for Jean Lowenstamm, 15~17 January at Paris Diderot Paris 7.
  29. Garet P. 2015 : A Neoconstructionist view of the French negative prefix in- {[ɛ̃], [i], [in]} and -able adjectives. 23rd Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe (ConSOLE XXIII), 07~09 January at Paris Diderot Paris 7.
  30. Hassan E., Buscaldi D., Gangemi A. Machine Reading for the Abstractive Summarization of Reviews in the Touristic Domain. In: 7ème Atelier Recherche d’Information SEmantique – RISE 2015, Rennes, France
  31. Hassan E., Buscaldi D., Gangemi A. Machine Reading for the Abstractive Summarization of Reviews in the Touristic Domain. In: 7ème Atelier Recherche d’Information SEmantique – RISE 2015, Rennes, France.
  32. Hemforth Barbara, C.Pozniak, A. Santi, N. Grillo, 2015 : Pseudo Relatives are easier than Relative Clauses: evidence from Tense. AMLAP, Malte, Septembre 2015.
  33. Léonard, Jean Léo (2015) Typologie sociographémique de corpus d’Oïl : normand, gallo et bourguignon-morvandiau, Journée du mercredi 9 décembre 2015 organisée par Fabrice Jejcic CNRS-Paris 1-LAMOP et Jean-Léo Léonard (Paris-Sorbonne), Campus CNRS de Villejuif
  34. Léonard, Jean Léo (2015). « Typologie et complexité de la gamme des affriquées et des fricatives palatales ou dépalatalisées en poitevin-saintongeais et en bourguignon-morvandiau », conférence co-organisée par le Centre Culturel français & l’Université St-Clément d’Ohrid, Sofia, Bulgarie.
  35. Marijana Petrovic et Jean Léo Léonard : « Interaction pronominale dans des micro-aires transitionnelles poitevines /saintongeaises & Croissant », SyMiLa 2015 : La microvariation syntaxique dans les langues romanes de France. Journées d’études internationales des 11-12 juin, 2015, CLLE-ERSS (Université de Toulouse 2-Le Mirail).
  36. Pozniak, Celine, and Barbara Hemforth. Processing subject and object relative clauses in French and Mandarin ChineseIn CUNY. Los Angeles, 2015.
  37. Pozniak Céline et B. Hemforth, 2015, Mandarin relative clause processing: subject relative clauses are easier, finally, Poster AMLAP, Malte, septembre 2015.
  38. Schimke, S., Colonna, S., de la Fuente, I., & Hemforth, B. (2015). L2 ambiguous pronoun resolution: the impact of L1-based preferences, L2-proficiency and working memory capacity. In 10th International Symposium on Bilingualism. Rutgers, 2015.
  39. Tovena L and M Donazzan (2015) Event structure in nominalisations: more on the nomen vicis interpretation, “6th Workshop on Nominalizations, JeNom 6”, Verona I, 30 juin-1 juillet 2015
  40. Tovena L, Features for distributive dependencies, “Atelier Déterminants et Inférences”, Université Paris-Sorbonne, 15-16 juin 2015
  41. Tovena L, Sketch of a typology of distributive configurations, “Journée du projet Dénuméraux” Fédération TUL, Paris, 11 mai 2015
  42. Wottawa J. Individual Pronunciation Feedback in French Learners of German by using Spectrograms. In Workshop on Feedback and Pronunciation Training 2015, Saar- brücken (Allemagne), Novembre 2015.

2016

  1. Abeillé A., A. Shiraïshi, 2016 French Peripheral ellipsis, Workshop on ellipsis, U. Clermont-Ferrand.
  2. Adda Gilles, Sebastian Stüker, Martine Adda-Decker, Odette Ambouroue, Laurent Besacier et al. Breaking the unwritten language barrier: the BULB project. SLTU-2016 5th Workshop on Spoken Language Technologies for Under-resourced languages, May 2016, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  3. Barbara Hemforth, Israël De La Fuente. The semantics of Implicit Causality: Missing explanations and more. Workshop “Implicit Causality”, Oct 2016, Fribourg, Germany.
  4. Bednall James, Patrick Caudal. 2016. Inflectional tense/aspect-modality marking in Anindilyakwa. LingLunch Seminar, LLF, 2016, LLF, Université Paris-Diderot, France
  5. Bendjaballah, S. & Ridouane, R. (2016). ‘Final geminates exist in Mehri: phonological and phonetic evidence.’ 4e journées d’études sudarabiques modernes, Nantes – 14 octobre.
  6. Bendjaballah, S. & Ridouane, R. (2016). On word-final geminates in the Mehri language of Oman. Old World Conference in Phonology (OCP 13), Budapest.
  7. Bendjaballah, S, & Ridouane, R. (2016). Word-final geminates in a Modern South Arabian language: Phonetics and Phonology. 15th Conference of Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon 15). Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
  8. Beniamine, Sarah, et Olivier Bonami. Generalizing patterns in Instrumented Item-and-Pattern Morphology. Structural Complexity in Natural Languages, Paris, mai 2016.
  9. Beniamine, Sarah, et Olivier Bonami. A comprehensive view on inflectional classification. LAGB annual meeting, York, septembre 2016.
  10. Bonami, Olivier, et Berthold Crysmann. 2016. Underspecification in Realisational Morphology. Colloque AnaMorphoSys, Lyon, juin 2016.
  11. Bouarourou, F., Vaxelaire, B., Laprie, Y., Ridouane, R., & Sock, R. (2016). The timing of geminate consonants in Tarifit Berber. 1st International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing, Oct 2015, Algiers, Algeria.
  12. Brunetti, Lisa, Kordula de Kuthy, and Arndt Riester. Annotation Guidelines for Questions under Discussion and Information Structure In Workshop on Information structure and the Architecture of Grammar. Barcelone, 2016.
  13. Burnett Heather & Sali A. Tagliamonte. (2016). Using Intra-Speaker Variation to Diagnose Syntactic Structure. Paper presented at the 40th Penn Linguistics Colloquium (PLC 40). University of Pennsylvania. March 2016.
  14. Burnett, Heather (2016). Signalling Games, Sociolinguistic Variation, and the Construction of Style. Paper presented at the 17th Szklarska Poreba Workshop on the Roots of Pragmasemantics. Szklarska Poreba, Poland. March 2016.
  15. Burnett, Heather & Julie Auger. (2016). Syntax, Semantics and Affect in Picard Secondary Negation. Paper presented at the 47th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL 47). Stony Brook University. New York. March 2016.
  16. Caudal Patrick, Robert Mailhammer. 2016. Motion / posture serial verbs in Iwaidja: From event delimitation to discourse structural functions. SLE 2016 49th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Aug 2016, Napoli, Italy.
  17. Caudal Patrick. 2016. An aspectual survey of French 2nd group verbs as an inflectional & lexical class. Chronos 12 – 12th International Conference on Actionality, Tense, Aspect, Modality/Evidentiality, Juin 2016, Université de Caen, France.
  18. Caudal Patrick, Robert Mailhammer. 2016. Linear Lengthening in Iwaidja: a prosodic countour with aspectuo-temporal meaning?. Chronos 12 – 12th International Conference on Actionality, Tense, Aspect, Modality/Evidentiality, Juin 2016, Université de Caen, France.
  19. Caudal Patrick, James Bednall. 2016. The Tense/Aspect(-Modality) System of Anindhilyakwa: A Preliminary Reanalysis. The 8th Australianists in Europe workshop, Sep 2016, SOAS, University of London, United Kingdom.
  20. Caudal Patrick, Eva Schultze-Berndt 2016. On the reality of hypothetical possibilities: evidence from Jaminjung / Ngaliwurru. SpinFest 2016, Jul 2016, York, United Kingdom.
  21. Caudal Patrick, Eva Schultze-Berndt. Unusual possibilities? Exploring the Jaminjung modal system. NSIM 2016 New Ideas in Semantics & Modeling 2016, Sep 2016, EHESS, Paris, France.
  22. Caudal Patrick, James Bednall. 2016. Polyfunctionality vs. compositionality and the tense/aspect – modality divide: descriptive, comparative/typological and theoretical issues. TAM-E (Tense, aspect, modality, evidentiality: comparative, cognitive, theoretical, applied perspectives), Nov 2016, Université Paris-Diderot, France
  23. Caudal Patrick. 2016. L’interaction temps-aspect/modalité – Considérations typologiques, historiques, théoriques et formelles. SeDyl seminar, Dec 2016, SeDyL, INALCO, France. 2016.
  24. Dobrovie-Sorin, Mara Panaitescu, 2016, LSRL, Stony Brook, Romanian co-distributive marker câte and bare plurals
  25. Cecchetto C.et C. Donati. Strong islands and cyclic transfer. CRISSP, Bruxelles, December 2016.
  26. Cecchetto C. et C. Donati. Are (all) adverbial clauses adjuncts ? The internal and external syntax of adverbial clauses, ZAS Berlin, July 2016.
  27. Cecchetto C. et C. Donati Il n’y a pas trente-six façons of building an NP structure, LSRL, New York, April 2016.
  28. Chen, T-C., Gao, J-Y., & Hallé, P. (2016). The discrimination of Mandarin vs. Minnan tones by French vs. Taiwanese Mandarin-Minnan bilinguals. Oral communication at the NewSounds 2016 Conference, Aarhus, Denmark
  29. Constant M, J. Le Roux, N. Tomeh. Deep Lexical Segmentation and Syntactic Parsing in the Easy-First Dependency Framework. NAACL, 2016, San Diego, United States
  30. Cooper-Leavitt, J. & Ridouane, R. (2016). Vowel lengthening in syllables without vowels. 15th Conference of Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon 15). Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
  31. De la Fuente, Israel, Sarah Schimke, Sascha Kuck, Barbara Hemforth, and Saveria Colonna. Salience-based vs. exposure-based strategies in L2 pronoun resolution in French In Architectures and Mechanisms of Human Language Processing., 2016.
  32. De la Fuente, Israel, Sarah Schimke, Coralie Vincent, Barbara Hemforth, and Saveria Colonna. Topicality-based vs. exposure-based preferences in pronoun resolution in French: Evidence from questionnaires and eye-movements In Architectures and Mechanisms of Human Language Processing., 2016.
  33. Delais-Roussarie, E & Turco, G. (2016). Prosodie des questions alternatives et interfaces syntaxe, sémantique et phonologie. Going Romance 2016, Goethe Universität, Francfort, Allemagne, 8-10 déc. 2016
  34. Demasi, R., Amelot, A., Crevier-Buchman, L. & Demolin, D. (2106). A Fibrescopic Analysis of Nasal Diphtongs in Brazilian Portuguese. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 140, 4. 3107.
  35. Demolin, D., Amelot, A. Crevier-Buchman, L., Diaz, E. & Rojas Curieux, T. (2016). The vowel system of Nasa Yuwe. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 140, 4. 3106.
  36. Donati, Caterina, and Carlo Cecchetto. Are (all) adverbial clauses adjuncts ? In The internal and external syntax of adverbial clauses, ZAS Berlin, July 2016., 2016.
  37. Donati C. and C. Reintges. Diagnosing phase boundaries in participial relative clauses, CRISSP, Bruxelles, December 2016.
  38. Eva Schultze-Berndt, Patrick Caudal. On the reality of hypothetical possibilities: evidence from Jaminjung / Ngaliwurru. SpinFest 2016, Jul 2016, York, United Kingdom.
  39. Fabian Santiago, Dutrey Camille, Martine Adda-Decker. Studying French mapping of syntax to prosody in natural speech. Tones and Intonation in Europe 2016, Sep 2016, Canterbury, United Kingdom.
  40. Fagard Benjamin, Martine Vanhove, Janne Saarikivi. 2016. Typologie et corpus : l’apport des outils expérimentaux à la recherche des universaux. Du terrain à la théorie : Les 40 ans du Lacito, Nov 2016, Villejuif, France
  41. Faghiri, Pegah, Pollet Samvelian. 2016. Persian Phrase structure: Lessons from studies on word order variations. New Ways of Analyzing Syntactic Variation 2, May 2016, Gand, Belgium
  42. Fernandes, Eunice, Paula Luegi, Eduardo Correa Soares, Israel de la Fuente, and Barbara Hemforth. How to turn Brazilians into Europeans: Global and local exposure effects on co-reference in European (EP) and Brazilian (BP) Portuguese In Architectures and Mechanisms of Human Language Processing., 2016.
  43. Fernandes, Eunice, Paula Luegi, Eduardo Correa Soares, Israel de la Fuente, and Barbara Hemforth. Relative Clause-attachment in European (EP) and Brazilian Portuguese (BP): Effects of verb type, tense and variety In Architectures and Mechanisms of Human Language Processing., 2016.
  44. Ferragne, E. (2016). Deux études phonétiques des aspects suprasegmentaux (F0 et rythme) de la parole d’apprenants francophones de l’anglais, Convergence dans l’acquisition bilingue (précoce et tardive), Université Paris Diderot, 27 mai.
  45. Foppolo F, C. Cecchetto, C. Donati, V. Moscati, A. Staub Minding the gap : the parser avoids relative clauses whenever it can . The 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, (Mars 2016), University of Florida, Gainesville Etats-Unis (poster)
  46. Gábor K, H. Zargayouna, I. Tellier, D. Buscaldi, T. Charnois A Typology of Semantic Relations Dedicated to Scientific Literature Analysis. In Workshop on “Semantics, Analytics, Visualisation: Enhancing Scholarly Data” SAVE-SD@WWW2016, Avril 2016.
  47. Gao, J-Y., & Hallé, P. (2016). Prosodic organization and microprosodic effects in Shanghai Chinese. Poster communication at the 15th Laboratory Phonology Conference, Ithaca, USA
  48. Garcia Marchena O. 2016 The Structure of Spanish Verbless Clauses. AESLA 2016. Alicante, Avril 2016
  49. Garcia Marchena O. 2016, La frase averbal en español oral Sintaxis y pragmática. CILG 2016. Alcalá de Henares, Mai 2016
  50. Garcia Marchena O. 2016 Subordinated Gapping and Polar Fragments in Spanish, Grammar and corpora, GAC, Mannheim
  51. Garcia Marchena O. 2016 The Syntax of Spanish Verbless Utterances. CILC 2016, Malaga, Mars 2016
  52. Gendrot, C., Künhert, B. & Demolin, D. (2015). Articulatory and acoustic realization of French and German /R/. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 140, 4. 3221.
  53. Ginzburg Jonathan, ‘Laughter in the Grammar?’ 2nd Conference on Interactional Linguistics and Chinese Language Studies, Shanghai, March 2016
  54. Ginzburg Jonathan, ‘The View from Dialogue: Reasoning in Spontaneous, Emotionally Charged Conversation.’ Université du Québec à Montréal Summer Institute on Reasoning, June 2016
  55. Ginzburg Jonathan ‘QUD: Past, Present, and Future’, SemDial 2016, Rutgers, July 2016.
  56. Godard, D., B. Hemforth, J-M Marandin : The semantic resistance of the subjunctive mood in French, an experimental approach, talk at the workshop in honor of Emil Ionescu, Bucarest, May 2016
  57. Godard, D., B. Hemforth, J-M Marandin : An experimental approach to polarity mood in French, New ideas in Semantics and Modeling, September 8, Paris, (poster)
  58. Guyot-Talbot, A., Heidlmayr, K. & Ferragne, E. (2016). Entraînements à la prosodie des questions ouvertes et fermées de l’anglais chez des apprenants francophones, Journées d’Études sur la Parole, Paris, 4-8 juillet.
  59. Hallé, P., Manoiloff, L., & Segui, J. (2016). Dénomination d’image versus détection interne de phonème : deux méthodes pour étudier la planification de la production de parole. Oral communication at the 31th JEP. Paris, France.
  60. Hallé, P., & Gao, J-Y. (2016). Shanghai Chinese obstruent durations vary with voicing: A phonological or phonetic effect? Poster communication at the 15th Laboratory Phonology Conference, Ithaca, USA.
  61. Hassamal, Shrita. Adverbs in Mauritian In Groupe de Recherche sur les Grammaires Créoles. CNRS, Pouchet, Paris, France, 2016.
  62. Heidlmayr, K., Ferragne, E., & Isel, F. (2016). Perception of non-native sounds in a second language: Electrophysiological evidence of neuroplasticity in the phonological system, Neuroscience 2016, San Diego, 12-16 novembre.
  63. Henrich-Bernardoni, N., Pillot-Loiseau, C., Crevier-Buchman, L., Paroni, A. (2016). Le Human Beatbox: de l’art vocal à la prouesse articulatoire, Ateliers Sciences et Voix, Grenoble, 8 avril 2016
  64. Hyunsoon Kim, S. Maeda, K. Honda, L. Crevier Buchman “ePGG, Pio, airflow and acoustic data on the phasing of glottal opening and three-way phonation contrast: implications for laryngeal features”. LabPhon15, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA, July 2016
  65. Hyunsoon Kim, S. Maeda, K. Honda, L. Crevier Buchman. “The mechanism and representation of the two-way phonation contrast in Korean /s, s’/: ePGG, Pio, airflow and acoustic data », Workshop on turbulent sounds. LabPhon15, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA, July 2016
  66. Idiatov, Dmitry. 2016. Development of TAM and polarity marking conditioned by transitivity status in Western Mande. Syntax of the World’s Languages VII. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico 17 20/08/2016.
  67. Idiatov, Dmitry & Van de Velde, Mark. 2016. Implications of the lexical frequency of labial-velar stops in northern sub-Saharan Africa for Niger-Congo reconstruction. Proto-Niger-Congo root structures. Towards Proto-Niger-Congo: Comparison and Reconstruction, 2nd International Congress, Paris, 1-4.09.2016.
  68. Idiatov, Dmitry & Van de Velde, Mark. 2016. Stem-initial accent and C-emphasis prosody in north western Bantu. 6th International Conference on Bantu Languages. University of Helsinki 20-23/06/2016.
  69. Idiatov, Dmitry & Van de Velde, Mark. 2016. La fréquence lexicale des occlusives labio-vélaires dans le Nord de lAfrique sub-saharienne. Journée scientifique de la SLP. Linguistique africaine : perspectives croisées. Paris, 23/01/2016.
  70. Idiatov, Dmitry & Van de Velde, Mark. 2016. Stem-initial accent and C-emphasis prosody in north western Bantu. 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley 23 – 26/03/2016
  71. Idiatov, Dmitry & Van de Velde, Mark. 2016. The lexical frequency of labial-velar stops in northern sub Saharan Africa and its historical implications. 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley 23-26/03/2016.
  72. Idiatov, Dmitry & Van de Velde, Mark. 2016. The AdaGram project and the RCNL: Goals and first results. Jos Linguistics Circle 10th anniversary colloquium, Nigeria, 23/11/2016.
  73. Idiatov, Dmitry & Van de Velde, Mark. 2016. Stem-initial accent and C-emphasis prosody in north western Bantu. The Linguistics Circle of Yaounde, Cameroun 27/04/2016.
  74. James Bednall, Patrick Caudal. 2016. The Tense/Aspect(-Modality) System of Anindhilyakwa: A Preliminary Reanalysis. The 8th Australianists in Europe workshop, Sep 2016, SOAS, University of London, United Kingdom.
  75. Kocjančič Antolík, T., Pillot-Loiseau, C, Kamiyama, T. & Kühnert, B. (2016). Ultrasound tongue imaging in L2 pronunciation training. Présentation orale pour le projet Sophocle.
  76. Krzonowski, J., Ferragne, E. & Pellegrino, F.,(2016). Perception et production de voyelles de l’anglais par des apprenants francophones : effet d’entraînements en perception et en production, Journées d’Études sur la Parole, Paris, 4-8 juillet.
  77. Kühnert, B., Horgues, C. & Scheuer, S. (2016). Prosodic modifications in Tandem Interactions. Invited talk. Journée d’Etude SeSyLiA, June 17, 2016. Université Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris.
  78. Lévêque N, Laganaro, M., Fougeron C., Delvaux V., Pernon M., Borel S., Catalano S. et al. (2016) MonPaGe : un protocole informatisé d’évaluation de la parole pathologique en langue française. Revue Neurologique, vol 172 S1, pp A162-163
  79. Malisz, Z., Zimmerer, F., Ferragne, E., Pellegrino, F., Brandt, E., Andreeva, B., & Möbius, B. (2016). Ist gleich schnell gleich schnell? Perzeption intendierter und realisierter Sprechrate von deutschen und französischen Sprechern, Phonetik und Phonologie 12, Munich, 13-14 octobre.
  80. Manfredi, Stefano. 2016. « Juba Arabic ». Languages or dialects? Celebrating the diversity of Arabic, SOAS, Londres (UK), 3 Juin 2016.
  81. Mettouchi, Amina. 2016 “The Interaction of state, prosody and linear order in Kabyle (Berber): Grammatical relations and information structure”. Paper presented on 17 June 2011 at the 14th Italian Meeting of AfroAsiatic Linguistics in Turin.
  82. Mettouchi, Amina. 2016 “The grammaticalization of directional clitics in Berber”. Studi Africanistici. Quaderni di Studi Berberi e Libico-berberi Per il Centenario degli studi berberi all’Università degli Studi di Napoli « L’Orientale » Omaggio a Francesco Beguinot, Università degli Studi di Napoli, Il Torcoliere, Napoli.
  83. Michardière, Q., Guyot-Talbot, A., Ferragne, E. & Pellegrino, F. (2016). Étude transversale du rythme de l’anglais chez des apprenants francophones, Journées d’Études sur la Parole, Paris, 4-8 juillet
  84. Nunez, Joseph Jean François. 2016. « Casamancese creole in contact ». Université de Brême, séminaire Postcolonial Language Studies (Allemagne) le 25 Avril.
  85. Paape, Dario, Barbara Hemforth, and Shravan Vasishth. 2016 Ellipsis with garden-path antecedents in French In Architectures and Mechanisms of Human Language Processing,
  86. Paape, Dario, Shravan Vasishth, and Barbara Hemforth. 2016 Ellipsis with garden-path antecedents in French In 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing,
  87. Pélissier, M., Krzonowski, J. & Ferragne, E. (2016). Effect of implicit training on the processing of morphosyntactic violations by French learners of English: an ERP and behavioural study, 6th Implicit Learning Seminar, Lancaster, 23-25 juin.
  88. Pélissier, M., Krzonowski, J. & Ferragne, E. (2016). Effect of Implicit and Explicit Training on the Processing of Morphosyntax in an L2: an ERP study, Bilingualism Forum, Chicago, 20-21 octobre.
  89. Pélissier, M., Krzonowski, J. & Ferragne, E. (2016). Effect of saliency and L1-L2 similarity on the processing of English past tense by French learners: an ERP study, 7th ISEL Conference on Experimental Linguistics, St Pétersbourg, 1-2 juillet.
  90. Pélissier, M., Krzonowski, J. & Ferragne, E. (2016). Does better explicit knowledge of a morphosyntactic structure guarantee more native-like electrophysiological processing? An ERP study with French learners of English, Connaissances et Usages en Langue Seconde, Nantes, 29 juin – 1 juillet.
  91. Peruchi Mezari M., 2016, VP Ellipsis in Brazilian Portuguese: an experimental approach on the Verbal Identity Condition (CLUL-Ling-Me – Linguistic Meeting for Young Researchers) (Université de Lisbonne, Lisbonne, 16/06/2016)
  92. Peruchi Mezari M., 2016, Lexical identity in VP ellipsis in Brazilian Portuguese: an experimental approach (Ellipsis Across Borders Conference 2016) (Vijećnica et Bošnjački Institut, Sarajevo, 20 et 21/06/2016)
  93. Peruchi Mezari M., 2016, The verbal identity condition in Brazilian Portuguese: psycholinguistic experiments (ExLing 2016) (Bobrinsky Palace, Saint-Pétersbourg, 01 et 02/07/2016)2016
  94. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). Indices acoustiques et physiologiques du Human BeatBox, colloque « La voix dans les chansons, approches musicologiques, Paris, 4 mars 2016.
  95. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). La voix dans la parole efficace: fondements scientifiques et pédagogiques, 8ème journée mondiale de la voix, MGEN, Paris, 13 avril 2016.
  96. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). Voix chantée: extrêmes possibles ou dommageables pour la phonation ? Journées d’Etude « Regards croisés sur la voix », Université de Strasbourg, 10 juin 2016
  97. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). La voix de l’enseignant: fondements scientifiques et pédagogiques, Ecole Supérieure de Professorat et de l’Eduction (ESPE) de Clermont-Ferrand, 8 septembre 2016
  98. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). Voix et parole atypiques et pathologiques: état de recherches, 4ème séminaire du LURCO, Unadreo, Paris, 9 septembre 2016
  99. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). Cours “Voix et phonétique clinique”, Ecole d’été Sciences et voix, Porquerolles, 27 septembre 2016.
  100. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). Laryngeal and acoustic behavior for Mongolian Long Song and Human Beatbox productions, Symposium en l’honneur du Docteur Johan Sundberg, Docteur Honoris Causa 2016, Université de Liège, 21 octobre 2016
  101. Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2016). La voix adolescente : entre jeu et réalité, congrès de l’APEMu (Association des Professeurs d’Education Musicale), Lyon, 22 octobre 2016.
  102. Pozdniakov Konstantin. September 2016, Proto-Niger-Congo root structures. Towards Proto-Niger-Congo: Comparison and Reconstruction, 2nd International Congress, Paris, 1-4.09.2016.
  103. Pozniak C. & B. Hemforth Mandarin relative clause processing or the joy of replication, The 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, (Mars 2016), University of Florida, Gainesville Etats-Unis (poster)
  104. Pozniak C., B. Hemforth & A. Abeillé French object relatives: evidence against DLT but not entirely explained by frequency, The 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, (Mars 2016), University of Florida, Gainesville Etats-Unis (poster)
  105. Pozniak Céline, Barbara Hemforth & Anne Abeillé, French object relatives: all is good when the context is right. Poster. AMLAP 2016
  106. Pozniak Céline, Jiaying Huang & Barbara Hemforth Competition of linear and structural distance in relative clause processing – Evidence from Mandarin and Cantonese Visual World experiments, Poster AMLAP 2016
  107. Ridouane, R. & Meyer, J. (2016). Gemination in Tashlhiyt whistled speech. 15th Conference of Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon 15). Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
  108. Ridouane, R. (2016). ‘The phonetics and phonology of syllables without vowels’ Phon & Phon Meeting. Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, Poznan – 15 novembre.
  109. Ridouane, R. (2016). ‘Jewish Berber: A linguistic sketch’. IJS Summer Conference 2016: Jewish Languages. Institute of Jewish Studies – University College of London (UCL), July 26-27.
  110. Ridouane, R. (2016). ‘‘Trois’ has two syllables in Tashlhiyt.’ Atelier de Phonologie, Rencontres du Laboratoire Structures Formelles du Langage (Paris 8/CNRS), Paris – 11 mai 2016.
  111. Robert, Stéphane. 17-18 Mars 2016, communication au Symposium on evidentiality, egophoricity, and engagement: descriptive and typological perspectives, Stockholm University (Suède), ‘Epistemicity and engagement in the Wolof verb system’.
  112. Robert, Stéphane. 27 April 2016, invited speaker, Workshop on transcategoriality, Université de Rouen, ‘Transcategoriality: a functional explanation and some typological insights’.
  113. Robert, Stéphane. 31 août-4 septembre 2016, communication au colloque SLE 2016 – 49th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, University of Naples (Italie), ‘Transitivity in the light of Event Related Potentials’.
  114. Sagot, Benoît, 2016. Commentary on Jim Blevins, Implicational Morphology. Colloque AnaMorphoSys, Lyon, juin 2016.
  115. Scarborough R., Fougeron C. (2016) Comparing neighborhood density and clear speech effects in the French vowel system. 15th Laboratory Phonology, july 2016 Ithaca, USA
  116. Seminck Olga and Pascal Amsili, A cognitively plausible model for anaphora resolution, poster presented at AMLAP 16, Bilbao, 2016.
  117. Seminck Olga,Un modèle simple du coût cognitif de la résolution des anaphores, RECITAL 2016.
  118. Shiraïshi, Aoi, Barbara Hemforth, and Anne Abeillé. Voice mismatch in Right Node Raising: Evidence from acceptability judgments and an eyetracking reading experiment In Architectures and Mechanisms of Human Language Processing., 2016.
  119. Simonenko Alexandra, Benoît Crabbé, Sophie Prévost, Taraldsen’s Generalisation in Medieval French Diachronic Generative Syntax conference (DIGS), 2016, Ghent, Belgium. 2016
  120. Simonenko Alexandra, Benoît Crabbé, Sophie Prévost, Quantificational dimension of Taraldsen’s Generalisation New Ways of Analyzing Syntactic Variation 2 (NWASV 2), 2016, Ghent, Belgium. 2016
  121. Takemura, A. Kamiyama, T. & Nakamura-Delloye, Y. (2016). Perception of geminates in Japanese by French-speaking learners. New Sounds 2016: 8th International Conference on Second Language Speech, Jun 2016, Århus, Denmark.
  122. Tian Ye and Jonathan Ginzburg “No I Am:  What are you saying “No” to?”,  presented at the Logic in Language and in Conversation workshop, Utrecht, Sep 2016
  123. Tian Ye and Jonathan Ginzburg “Representing polar questions and inferring states of inquiry”, Talk presented at Workshop on Questions, Answers and Negation, Berlin, Jan 2016.
  124. Tovena LM and Li Y., A new variety of distributivity: quan  in Mandarin Chinese, “Workshop on Co-Distributivity”, Paris,  février 2016
  125. Tovena LM and Li Y., Adverbial quan : distributing via an encapsulated θ-role “28th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics”, Brigham Young University Utah USA, mai 2016.
  126. Vanhove, Martine. 2016. Reciprocal and anti-passive in Beja (North-Cushitic). Societas Linguistica Europaea 49th Annual Meeting, Aug 2016, Naples, Italy.
  127. Wottawa Jane, Martine Adda-Decker. Disentangling French tongues in a German classroom. New Sounds, Jun 2016, Aarhus, Denmark.
  128. Wottawa Jane, Martine Adda-Decker. French Learners Audio Corpus of German Speech (FLACGS). LREC 2016, Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, May 2016, Portorož, Slovenia. 2016, LREC 2016, Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. halshs-01398554v1
  129. Wyner Adam, François Lévy, Adeline Nazarenko. An Underspecified Approach to a Controlled Language for Legal Texts- a Position Paper. Key-Sun Choi; Sejin Nam. Controlled Language Applications Workshop (CLAW), May 2016, Portorož, Slovenia.
  130. Yamaguchi, Naomi, Dutrey Camille, Martine Adda-Decker. Regard phonologique sur les erreurs de reconnaissance automatique de la parole : quel rôle jouent les traits distinctifs dans la confusion de mots ? 14 ème Rencontres du Réseau Français de Phonologie, Jun 2016, Nice, France.
  131. Yamaguchi Naomi, Marine Le Mené. (2016). Determiner use in early French at the crossroads of phonology and pragmatics. VIII th International Conference of Language Acquisition, Sep 2016, Palma de Majorque, Spain
  132. Yoo, H. & Delais Roussarie, E. (2016). Corpus d’apprenants : retombées théoriques et applications didactiques. Conférence invitée lors de la conférence annuelle de la société coréenne d’enseignement de langue et littérature française. Séoul, 15-16 octobre 2016.
  133. Yoo, H., Kim, I. Kim, J., Sing, G. & Delais-Roussarie, E. (2016). CBFC : un corpus bilangue franco-coréen d’apprenants de langue seconde. Communication orale lors de la conférence annuelle de la société coréenne d’enseignement de langue et littérature française. Séoul, 15-16 octobre 2016.
  134. Zargayouna H, D. Buscaldi Recherche d’Information Sémantique. Tutoriel In 27èmes Journées francophones d’Ingénierie des Connaissances (IC), Juin 2016.

 

2017

 

  1. Abeillé, B. Hemforth, A. Shiraishi, 2017, Verbal mismatch and peripheral ellipsis, Workshop Experimental and corpus-based approaches to ellipsis (LSA Institute). University of Kentucky
  2. Abeillé, A. Kihm, C. Ndaye, 2017, Gapping in wolof : a question of coordinators, 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. University of Zurich.
  3. A Abeillé, E. Winckel, B. Hemforth 2017, Subject island : counterevidence from French relative dont, Poster, 30th CUNY conference, MIT
  4. A Abeillé, E. Winckel, B. Hemforth, T Gibson 2017, Linguistic materials of which some aspects might surprise some linguists : when subjects are easier to extract from, Language structure in acquisition and processing, in honor of Janet Fodor, U Paris Diderot.
  5. A Abeillé, E. Winckel, B. Hemforth, T Gibson 2018, A construction conflict explanation of the subject island constraint, Poster, 31st CUNY conference, UC Davies
  6. Aixiu An, Anne Abeillé, Benoît Crabbé, Ordering French binominals: frequency or linguistic constraints? AMLAP, Lancaster University, 2017
  7. Albar, R. & Yoo, H. (2017). How Japanese learners perceive and produce clusters in French?, European Second Language Association (EuroSLA 27), Reading, Août 2017.
  8. Albar, R. & Yoo, R. (2017). Perceiving and producing clusters in French: the case of Japanese learners, Phonetics and Phonology in Europe (PaPE), Cologne, Mai 2017.
  9. Ammar,  Z.,  Fougeron C. (2017). Influence de la L1 sur l’acquisition des voyelles orales du français chez des enfants tunisiens. Symposium GDRI-SLAT. Paris
  10. Beaud, M., Amy de la Breteque, B., Lafitte, A., Pillot-Loiseau, C., Henrich Bernardoni, N. (2017). Profils aérodynamiques de patients dysodiques : une étude de cas, Journées de Phonétique Clinique, Paris, 29 et 30 juin 2017.
  11. Bîlbîie, G. & O. Garcia Marchena 2017. A Romance perspective on subordination and fragments. Workshop Experimental and corpus-based approaches to ellipsis (LSA Institute). University of Kentucky. 29 juillet 2017.
  12. Bîlbîie, G. 2017. Disambiguating Left Peripheral Ellipsis in Romanian. 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. University of Zurich. 10-13 septembre 2017.
  13. Bîlbîie, G. & O. Garcia Marchena 2017. A Romance perspective on subordination and fragments. 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. University of Zurich. 10-13 septembre 2017.  
  14. Bonami, Olivier. Predictability in inflection and word formation In ParadigMo 2017: First Workshop on Paradigmatic Word Formation Modeling., 2017
  15. Bril, Isabelle, 2017, ALT-12 (12th conference of the Association of Linguistic Typology), “Indefinite expressions, towards a typology of argument function accessibility in Austronesian languages”. Canberra, ANU, 12-15 décembre. [link]
  16. Bril, Isabelle, 2017, “Information structure in Northern Amis: the pragmatics and syntax of clefts and evidential foci”. 9th International Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference (APLL9). Lacito–inalco, Paris, 21-23 June 2017. [link]
  17. Brun-Trigaud, Guylaine et Flore Picard (2017) Regards croisés de mesures dialectales sur une tranche de Croissant. 1ères Rencontres sur les parlers du Croissant. Projet LC4 (Labex EFL – CNRS), Le Dorat, 24-25 mars 2017.
  18. Burnett, Heather, and Barbara Hemforth. A Bayesian Game-Theoretic Approach to Cross-Linguistic Variation. In XPrag., 2017
  19. Burnett, Heather, and Barbara Hemforth. Modelling cross-linguistic differences in pronoun resolution In AMLaP . Lancaster, Royaume-Uni, 2017.
  20. Burnett, H. & E. Levon. (2017). Functional compositionality in identity construction. Presentation at the New Advances in Formal Pragmatics Ecole normale supérieure, Paris. March 2017.
  21. Burnett, H. (2017). Meaning-based approaches to social stratification: du tout vs pantoute in Montréal French. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for French Language Studies. York University, Canada. August 2017.
  22. Burnett, H. & Olivier Bonami. (2017). Variation and change in grammatical gender in the Assemblée Nationale: Ideological structure, conceptual spaces and game theoretic pragmatics. Presentation the Social Meaning ZAS Berlin. August 2017.
  23. Burnett, H. & O. Bonami. (2017). Madame le/la ministre: Variation and change in grammatical gender in the French House of Representatives. Poster presentation at NWAV46. University of Wisconsin, Madison.
  24. Brunetti, Lisa, Kordula de Kuthy, and Arndt Riester. Principles of information-structure and discourse-structure analysis In Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft (DGfS) AG 2: Information Structuring in Discourse. Saarbruecken, Allemagne, 2017.
  25. Brunetti, Lisa, Kordula de Kuthy, and Arndt Riester. A QUD-based analysis of Non-At-Issue material in corpus data In Non-at-issue meaning and Information Structure – UiO-XPrag.de workshop. Oslo, 2017
  26. Canault, M., Roy, J-P., Yamaguchi, N., & Kern, S. (2017). “Early evolution of syllable duration as a cue for oro-motor control development : a longitudinal study”, 14th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, 17–21 juillet 2017, Lyon, France. 

  27. Crysmann, Berthold, and Olivier Bonami. Atomistic and holistic exponence in Underspecified Realisational Morphology In 24th International Conference on Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar. Lexington, Kentucky, 2017.
  28. Caudal, Patrick. 2017. Recension – Mari Alda, “Modalités et temps: Des modèles aux données.” Journal of French Language Studies 27(3). 466–467. doi:1017/S0959269517000199.
  29. Caudal, Patrick. 2017a. Les facteurs de l’interaction temps-aspect/modalité : Typologie et diachronie. Seminar talk. Paper presented at the Typo Ulm, ENS Ulm, Paris.
  30. Caudal, Patrick & James Bednall. 2017. Complex TAM marking in a selection of non-Pama-Nyungan languages. Paper presented at the Workshop “TAM marking in languages of Australia and the Pacific”, 48th annual meeting of the Australian Linguistics Society (ALS 2017), Sydney.
  31. Caudal, Patrick & Robert Mailhammer. 2017. Associated motion & posture in Iwaidja. Paper presented at the Events & Space : Associated Motion & Posture (ESAMP 2017), Paris, University of Chicago Center.
  32. de la Fuente, Israel, Marie Benzerrak, Natalia Kalashnikova, Lala Naziyeva, Ching-chun Wang, and Barbara Hemforth.Implicit causality: When more than one explanation is missing In CUNY conference on human sentence processing., 2017.
  33. Delais-Roussarie, E. & Turco, G. (2017). The intonation of alternative questions in French, Phonetics and Phonology in Europe (PapE), Cologne, Mai 2017.
  34. Delvaux V. , Fougeron C., Borel S., Catalano S., Fournet M., Kocjancic Antolic T., Lévêque N., Lopez U., Ménard L., Pellet P., Pernon M., Trouville R. & Laganaro M. (2017) MonPaGe, un protocole informatisé d’évaluation de la parole à destination des cliniciens et des chercheurs francophones. 7èmes Journées de Phonétique Clinique, Paris
  35. Exare, C. (2017). A phonetic analysis of some intrusive tokens of aspiration in French learners’ L2 English. 5th International Conference on English Pronunciation. 17-19 mai 2017. Université de Caen : CRISCO.
  36. Exare, C. (2017). What type of corrective feedback for French learners’ intrusive aspirations in L2 English? PAC 2017. Phonology and interphonology of contemporary English: from native corpora to learner corpora. 28-30 septembre 2017. Université Paris Nanterre: EA 370, CREA – Centre de recherches anglophones.
  37. Fougeron C., Delvaux V., Gendrot C., Laganaro M., Ménard L. (2017) Introducing two databases of spoken French throughout adulthood. Workshop on Speech Perception and Production across the Lifespan SPPL 2017 (26-27 April 2017, UCL, London
  38. Fougeron C., Delvaux V., Ménard L. & Laganaro M. (2017) Life-span changes in spoken French: a study on 400 speakers from 20 to 90 years old. 11th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP) conference (2017). October 16-19, 2017, Tianjin.
  39. Fougeron C., Falk S. (2017), Rate variation in speech and other motor activities, Workshop Abstraction, Diversity, and Speech Dynamics, Munich, Germany
  40. François Alexandre, 2017, “The economy of word classes in Hiw, Vanuatu: Grammatically flexible, lexically rigid”. 9th International Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference (APLL9). Lacito–inalco, Paris. [link]
  41. Gao Jiayin & Martine Mazaudon, On the retention of an old feature in the Tamang dialect of Taglung (Tibeto-Burman, Nepal). 4th Workshop on Sound Change, Edinburgh, 20 22 avril 2017.
  42. Gonzalez Avilés, Karla Janiré. 2017d “Linguistique appliquées aux langues en danger : Besoins transdisciplinaires” workshop : Complémentarité des disciplines en linguistique appliquée, XIVème Conférence Internationale d’Histoire des Sciences du Langage, 28 août au 1er septembre 2017 (Paris, France)
  43. Gonzalez Avilés, Karla Janiré 2017e. “De la grammaire castillane étendue aux langues nahuas du Mexique”, Atelier : Grammaires étendues, XIVème Conférence Internationale d’Histoire des Sciences du Langage, 28 août au 1er septembre 2017 (Paris, France)
  44. Gonzalez Avilés, Karla Janiré & Jean-Léo Léonard. 2017 “EM2 : Langues en danger, élicitation et dialectologie perceptive”, en co-rédaction avec Jean-Léo Léonard, Symposium Labex EFL, Inalco, 19-20 juin (Paris, France).
  45. Guérin, Maximilien (2017) Le marchois : Une langue entre oc et oïl. Séminaire de l’équipe Linguistique du FoReLL (EA 3816). Université de Poitiers, 17 février.
  46. Guérin, Maximilien (2017) Description du parler marchois de Dompierre-les-Églises (Haute-Vienne): phonologie, conjugaison et lexique. 1ères Rencontres sur les parlers du Croissant. Projet LC4 (Labex EFL – CNRS), Le Dorat, 24-25 mars.
  47. Guérin, Maximilien (2017) Les paradigmes de conjugaison en marchois (Croissant limousin): entre oc et oïl. XIIe Congrès de l’Association internationale d’études occitanes. Albi, 10-15 juillet.
  48. Guitard-Ivent F., Fougeron C. (2017), C-to-V coarticulation in spontaneous French : acoustic analysis and classification, Workshop Abstraction, Diversity, and Speech Dynamics, Munich, Germany.
  49. Guitard-Ivent F., Fougeron C. (2017), Domain-Initial strengthening as reduced coarticulation, Proceedings of Phonetic and Phonology in Europe 2017 (PaPE), Cologne, Germany
  50. Harim Kwon, Ioana Chitoran, Marianne Pouplier, Tomas Lentz, Takeki Kamiyama, Phil Hoole. What native language can and cannot do: Perception of onset consonant clusters. Abstraction, Diversity, and Speech Dynamics, May 2017, Herrsching am Ammersee, Germany. 
  51. Hermes, A., Mücke, D., Auris, B., & Ridouane, R. (2017). How are consonants in Tashlhiyt modified depending on their syllable status? 11th Seminar on Speech Production, Tianjin (China).
  52. Hinzelin, Marc-Olivier (2017) Contact des langues et changement linguistique : la phonologie du francoprovençal. Conférence annuelle du Centre d’Études Francoprovençales « René Willien » : « Entre Europe et Amérique du Nord : regards croisés sur le francoprovençal », Saint-Nicolas, Vallée d’Aoste, 11 novembre 2017.
  53. Hinzelin, Marc-Olivier (2017) La morphosyntaxe de l’occitan du Croissant : syncrétismes et sujets nuls. XIIe Congrès de l’Association Internationale d’Études Occitanes « Fidélités et dissidences ». Institut National Universitaire Champollion, Albi, 10-15 juillet 2017.
  54. Hinzelin, Marc-Olivier (2017) L’emploi de pronoms sujets dans les variétés du Croissant. 1res Rencontres sur les parlers du Croissant. Le Dorat, 24-25 mars 2017.
  55. Hinzelin, Marc-Olivier (2017) Kontaktinduzierter Sprachwandel in der frankoprovenzalischen Phonologie. Linguistisches Kolloquium Romanistik, Institut für Romanistik, Universität Wien, 6 mars 2017.
  56. Hinzelin, Marc-Olivier (2017) Contact-induced change in Francoprovençal phonology. XXXXV Romance Linguistics Seminar. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 5-6 janvier 2017.
  57. Horgues, C., Kühnert, B., Scheuer, S. & Shoemaker, E. (2017). Travaux et perspectives sur l’acquisition de la phonologie de l’anglais L2 et du français L2. Journées d’études du Réseau d’Acquisition des Langues Secondes, 9-10 novembre 2017, Université Paris 8, France.
  58. Huang J. and Caterina Donati. The production of relative clauses in Cantonese: subject preference and variation. In AMLaP , 2017
  59. Huang J. and C. Donati.. Is object dispreference absolute or featurally modulated across languages? Comparing Cantonese and French relative clauses. In The 31th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing.
  60. Hyunsoon Kim, Shinji Maeda, Kiyoshi Honda and Lise Crevier-Buchman (2017). Articulatory dynamics in ePGG, Pio, airflow and acoustic data for the Korean fricatives /s, s’/. Workshop on Dynamic Modeling in Phonetics and Phonology, Chicago University, May 2017
  61. Idiatov, Dmitry, Mark Van de Velde & Rémy Bonnet. 2017. Bena Dictionary (version 1.0.0-1.0.2). Android 4.0.3 and higher.
  62. Jane Wottawa and Martine Adda-Decker. Disentangling French tongues in a German class- room. In New Sounds – 8th International Symposium on the Acquisition of Second Language Speech, Aarhus (Danemark), Juin 2016.
  63. Jane Wottawa. Aussprachetraining im Klassenverband: Deutsch als Fremdsprache für französische Muttersprachler. In Finnische Germanistentagung, Turku/Åbo (Finnlande), Juin 2017.
  64. Jane Wottawa. The role of formal instruction: The case of production and perception of /h/ in L2 German by French learners. In The L2PHROL workshop L2 Phonetics and Phonology of L1 Romance Learners, Turin (Italie), Novembre 2017.
  65. Kühnert, B., Kocjančič Antolík, T. & Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2017). Exploring the use of ultrasound visual feedback in the classroom: a pilot study on the acquisition of selected English vowel contrasts by French learners, colloque EPIP5 – 5th International Conference on English Pronunciation: Issues & Practices, université de Caen, 17-19 mai 2017.
  66. Landron, S. (2017). Production et discrimination des occlusives françaises par des Taïwanais : connaître et exploiter ses ressources locales pour faciliter l’apprentissage. Communication au 4ème congrès Asie Pacifique : Ecologie du français et diversité des langues, 20 au 24 septembre 2017, Kyoto (Japon).
  67. Léonard, Jean Léo (2017) « Des ‘miniatures’ narratives au système : des textes en langues/dialectes d’oïl aux structures (phonologie et morphologie) », conférence au séminaire de master de Sciences du Langage de l’Université de Dijon, 28 mars 2017.
  68. Léonard Jean-Léo & Avilés Gonzalez, Karla Janiré. 2017, “Retour d’expérience réflexif sur la préparation du MOOC du Mazatec” en co-rédaction avec Jean-Léo Léonard, Journée d’étude MOOCs de langues, Inalco, 30 juin (Paris, France)
  69. Léonard Jean-Léo & Bien Do-Bui (doctorante – Paris Sorbonne) “Rôle et incidence de la critique axiologique et praxique dans la linguistique moderne et postmoderne : le prisme de la DLD (Documentation des Langues en Danger)”. Colloque pluridisciplinaire organisé par l’Ecole Doctorale Concepts et Langages, La Critique, Maison de ma recherche, lundi 19 juin 2017.
  70. Léonard Jean-Léo : “Optimisme et pessimisme gramscien appliqués au terrain de la formation des maîtres de langues autochtones (Mexique méridional)”. Colloque international Inalco “Travaux de terrain anthropologiques et linguistiques : expériences et difficultés”, org Eva Toulouze, 18-20 mai 2017, Paris.
  71. Léonard Jean-Léo & Frantz Gourdet (AMUE) : “Yon nèg apa : Temporalité et aspectualité dans la traduction de l’Etranger en créole haïtien”, colloque “Autour de L’Etranger de Camus et de ses traductions : Approches linguistiques des questions de Temps, d’Aspect, de Modalité et d’Evidentialité”, org. Eric Corre (Paris 3), Linh Dao (Inalco) & Dang Do-Hurinville (Besançon), 16-17 novembre 2017, Paris.
  72. Léonard Jean-Léo : “Praxis des ateliers thématiques en langues indigènes d’Amérique : enjeux pour la transition environnementale, et une critique de “l’esprit de tutelle””. IXth Geneva Forum : GA-03-11-2017, Genève, Palais des Nations Unies, 11-15 décembre 2017. VIIIème Congrès scientifique de l’Académie internationale des sciences Ararat. Table ronde internationale, 12 décembre “Diversité linguistique, progrès scientifique et développement durable”. Coordonnée par Giovanni Agresti, linguiste, Université de Naples “Federico II”.
  73. Léglise, I., 2017, “Multilingual language practices, heterogeneity and the question of language boundaries”, A Paris-Chicago Dialogue of Disciplines,12-14 juin, Université de Chicago à Paris
  74. Le Mené, M. & Yamaguchi, N. (2017). ” Determiner’s emergence in early French at the cross- roads of phonology and pragmatics”, 14th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, 17–21 juillet 2017, Lyon, France. 

  75. Manfredi, S. & Léglise, I., 2017, “Questioning language boundaries in plurilingual corpora: the CLAPOTY experience”, ALT2017 (Association for Linguistic Typology), 12-15 déc., ANU, Canberra, Australie.
  76. Manfredi, Stefano & Nicolas Quint. 2017. Mise en ligne de la base de donnés sur la syntaxe de la phrase complexe dans les langues créoles. http://llacan.vjf.cnrs.fr/labexGD2/form/ index.php
  77. Maurer, Philippe (2017) Le pluriel nominal du parler de la Celle-Dunoise et dans d’autres parlers marchois, occitans limousins et arpitans. 1ères Rencontres sur les parlers du Croissant. Le Dorat, 24-25 mars 2017.
  78. Laporte, P. Martin, J. Willerval & D. Demolin. Speech Motor Control, Groningen – 6-07-2017. The specificities of chimpanzee vocalisations and their relationship to the vocal apparatus
  79. Laporte, P. Martin, J & D. Demolin. European Society of Primatology, Strasbourg – 25-08-2017. The specificities of chimpanzee vocalisations and their relationship to the vocal apparatus.
  80. Nunez, Jean François 2017. « Le créole de Casamance : une langue en zone d’hétérogénéité linguistique ». Journée d’études Interactions en milieu plurilingue. Université d’Orléans, 20 mars 2017.
  81. Nunez, Jean François 2017. « Constructions comparatives en créole de Casamance ». Journée d’études Constructions comparatives dans des variétés de langues créoles et non créoles, Université de Picardie Jules Verne. Amiens, 6 Avril 2017.
  82. Paillereau, N. and Yamaguchi, N. (2017). “Acoustic treatment of vowels produced by infants and visualisation of formants in the VisuVo software”, Workshop on Speech Perception and Production across the Lifespan, 26–27 avril 2017, Londres, Royaume-Uni. 

  83. Pernon M., Fougeron C., Beurton C., Bodiguel L., Poujois A., Woimant F. (2017) « Mesures de performance en production, de l’effet de tâche et de l’attention sur les paramètres temporels de la parole de locuteurs contrôles et de locuteurs dysarthriques wilsoniens ». 7èmes Journées de Phonétique Clinique, Paris
  84. Pettirossi Amelia, Nicolas Audibert, Lise Crevier Buchman. Le spectre moyen à long-terme corrigé en F0 (pitch-corrected LTAS) : une mesure robuste de la voix dysphonique sur des énoncés de nature variable. 7èmes Journées de phonétique clinique (JPC7), Jun 2017, Paris, France. .
  85. Peyret, C., Amy de la Breteque, B., Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2017). Les changements vocaux impliqués par la pratique des instruments à vent, Journées de Phonétique Clinique, Paris, 29 et 30 juin 2017.  
  86. Pillot-loiseau, C., bachman, G., Herrgott, C., Adda-Decker, M., Crevier-Buchman, (2017). Labial movements, articulation and vocal quality during spoken an sung vowels in Cantu in Paghjella, Pan European Voice Conference (PEVOC), Gand, 29 août-1er septembre 2017
  87. Pillot-Loiseau, C., Filippi, A.C., Georges, S. (2017). Fréquence intrinsèque vocalique chez les chanteurs et dysphoniques : analyse acoustique, contextes phonétiques et modalités, Journées de Phonétique Clinique, Paris, 29 et 30 juin 2017
  88. Plisson, L., Pillot-Loiseau, C., Crevier-Buchman, L. (2017). Intelligibilité de la parole après le traitement d’un cancer de l’oropharynx : étude descriptive chez sept patients en pré-traitement et en post-traitement précoce, Journées de Phonétique Clinique, Paris, 29 et 30 juin 2017.
  89. C, B. Hemforth, A Abeillé, 2018, French relatives and subject inversion : what’s your preference ? One-to-Many Relations in Morphology, Syntax and Semantics, DGfs, Stuttgart
  90. Pozniak, Celine, and Christoph Scheepers. Cross-domain priming from mathematics to relative-clause attachment: A visual-world study in French In The 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 2017.
  91. Pozniak, Celine, and Barbara Hemforth. It’s all about the head: Implicit causality effects on subject and object RCs In AMLaP ., 2017.
  92. Pozniak, Celine, Jiaying Huang, and Barbara Hemforth. Relative clause processing, structural and linear distance matter – Evidence from Mandarin, Cantonese and English Visual World experiments In The 30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston , 2017.
  93. Quint, Nicolas, 2017/11/13 : participation aux Mercredis du CLAD (Centre de Linguistique Appliquée de Dakar, Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Sénégal). Conférence intitulée La linguistique de terrain : méthodes et questionnements (de 10h00 à 12h00).
  94. Quint, Nicolas, 2017/09/27-29 : participation à la 3e Nuba Mountain Languages Conference (Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie, Université de Cologne, Allemagne). Présentation d’une conférence intitulée “Koalib ideophones: a first overview of their main characteristics” le 27/09/2017 de 11h30 à 12h00.
  95. Quint, Nicolas, 2017/09/13 : participation à l’Atelier de Phonologie de Structures Formelles du Langage (UMR 7023), organisé par Noam Faust. Présentation d’une communication intitulée “Principales caractéristiques de la phonologie du koalib, une langue Niger-Congo du Soudan” (de 10h00 à 12h00).
  96. Quint, Nicolas, Eliane Viera Semedo et Stefano Manfredi 2017. « Towards a typology of complex sentences in creole languages » Annual meeting of the Association of Portuguese and Spanish-lexified Creoles, Université de Stockholm. 13-15 Juin 2017.
  97. Quint, Nicolas, 2017/09/22 : participation à la journée d’étude “La genèse de l’Occitan : de la scripta occitane aux frontières linguistiques”, organisée par Michela Russo dans le cadre de l’opération transversale de l’UMR 7023 CNRS SFL/Paris 8 «Variation, changement, émergence» (Structures Formelles du Langage (UMR 7023) + Paris 8 + Université Lyon 3-Jean Moulin). Présentation d’une communication intitulée “Présentation du projet ANR « Le Croissant linguistique : une approche multidisciplinaire du contact oc-oïl »” (de 11h30 à 13h00).
  98. Quint, Nicolas & Maximilien Guérin, 2017/07/13-14 : participation au XIIe Congrès de l’AIEO (Association Internationale d’Etudes Occitanes) tenu à l’Institut national universitaire Champollion (Albi). Présentation d’une communication intitulée “Les parlers du Croissant : une aire de contact entre oc et oïl“, le 13/07/2017 de 08h30 à 09h00.
  99. Quint, Nicolas, 2017/03/24-25 : participation aux Rencontres sur les Parlers du Croissant (organisation : LLACAN – UMR8135 (INALCO/CNRS/USPC) + Labex – opération LC4) tenu au Dorat (Haute-Vienne). Présentation d’une communication : «La question des radicaux asyllabiques et des paradigmes verbaux de la 1re conjugaison dans le Croissant limousin et dans d’autres variétés occitanes ou romanes».
  100. Quint, Nicolas, Philippe Boula de Mareüil, Gilles Adda & Rafèu Sichel-Bazin, 2017/03/24-25 : participation aux Rencontres sur les Parlers du Croissant (organisation : LLACAN – UMR8135 (INALCO/CNRS/USPC) + Labex – opération LC4) tenu au Dorat (Haute-Vienne). Présentation de d’une communication : «Comparaison de dialectes du Croissant avec d’autres parlers d’oïl et d’oc».
  101. Quint, Nicolas, 2017/09/14-15 : participation aux Journées d’études des programmes 2014-2018 de la Fédération Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques : données et modèles (FR2559 CNRS). Présentation des activités de l’opération “Pidgins et créoles en contact” en tant que corresponsable le 14/09/2017 de 11h40 à 12h40.
  102. Ridouane, R. & Meyer, J. (2017a). Spoken-to-whistled language transfer in Tashlhiyt. 11th Seminar on Speech Production, Tianjin (China).
  103. Ridouane, R. & Meyer, J. (2017b). The phonetics and phonology of Tashlhiyt whistled geminates. Old World Conference in Phonology (OCP 14), 20-22 février 2017, Düsseldorf.
  104. Salisbury, Kevin & Alexandre François, 2017, “The genealogical relationships of the Samoic Outlier languages of Polynesia: An analysis using Historical Glottometry”. 10th Conference On Oceanic Linguistics (Cool10). July 2017. Honiara, Îles Salomon.
  105. Semedo, Eliane Vieira et Nicolas Quint 2017. « Cláusulas completivas em língua cabo-verdiana: estudo baseado em corpus » Annual meeting of the Association of Portuguese and Spanish-lexified Creoles, Université de Stockholm. 13-15 Juin 2017.
  106. Seminck, Olga, and Pascal Amsili. Predicting Processing Cost of Anaphora Resolution In Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft (DGfS). Saarbrücken, 2017.
  107. Turco, G., Shoul, K., & Ridouane, R. (2017). On the phonetics of four-level length contrast: Evidence from Moroccan Arabic. Phonetics and Phonology in Europe 2017, 12-14 juin, Cologne.
  108. Vanhove Martine. 2017. Corpus bedja, projet CORLI. http://cocoon.huma-num. fr/exist/crdo/search2.xql?language=http://lexvo.org/id/iso639-3/bej.
  109. Vydrin, Valentin. La frontalisation de la pro-forme interrogative en dan-gwèètaa. 1st Readings in Mande linguistics in memoria Svetlana Tomchina. Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, April 19-20 2017. http://iling-ran.ru/main/news/170331_mande
  110. Vydrin, Valentin. “Designation of tones in orthographies of South Mande languages”. XXIX International Congress on Historiography and Source Studies of Asia and Africa “Asia and Africa: Their heritage and modernity”. St. Petersburg: Department of Oriental and African Studies, June 21-23 2017.
  111. Vydrin, Valentin. Vowel reduction in Bamana disyllabic feet. Societas Linguistica Europaea 50th annual meeting. University of Zürich, 10-13 September 2017.
  112. Vydrin, Valentin. French borrowings in Bamana corpus and dictionary: To be or not to be? XIV International Conference of Africanists: Africa and Africans in national, regional and global dimensions. Moscow, October 17–20, 2017.
  113. Vydrin, Valentin. La pronominalisation de la tête du groupe nominal en dan-gwèètaa. 7th conference “Typologie des paramètres morphosyntaxiques”. Moscou, Institut de linguistiques, Académie des Sciences de la Russie — Institut d’État de la langue russe, 25-27.10.2017.
  114. Vydrin, Valentin. Low tone as nominalization marker in Manding languages.”Small languages in the great linguistics”. Moscow, November 2-3, 2017. Moscow State University, Phililogical Department.
  115. Vydrin, Valentin. The electronic corpora of texts in Manding languages. Re-thinking Sunjata: epics, oral literature & translation in West Africa, by Department of African Studies and Anthropology, University of Birmingham. 10.11.2017.
  116. Winckel, Elodie, Barbara Hemforth, and Anne Abeillé. Subject island? (Counter)evidence from French dont-relative clauses In CUNY conference on human sentence processing., 2017.
  117. Yoo, H. & Kim, I. (2017) Recherches en phonétique et phonologie coréenne: théories et applications , Journée d’étude : linguistique coréenne, Paris, 2017.
  118. Yoo, H.; Kim, I. & Martin, P. (2017). Le corpus Bilingue coréen français : de la conception à la segmentation, SYMPOSIUM DU LABEX EFL., Paris, Juin 2017.

 

 

  1. A Abeillé, E. Winckel, B. Hemforth, T Gibson 2018, A construction conflict explanation of the subject island constraint, Poster, 31st CUNY conference, UC Davis
  2.    An, Anne Abeillé, Benoît Crabbé, A probabilistic model of order preference of binominals in Mandarin Chinese, Linguistic Evidence, University of Tübingen, 2018
  3. Adani, Flavia, Yair Haendler, Romy Lassotta, Anne Adelt, Nicole Stadie and Frank Burchert (Specifically) Language-impaired Processing of Relative Clauses in German, AMLaP 2018, Berlin, September 2018.
  4. Aixiu An, Anne Abeillé, Benoît Crabbé, A probabilistic model of order preference of binominals in Mandarin Chinese, Linguistic Evidence, University of Tübingen, 2018
  5. Bilbiie, Gabriela, Pegah Faghiri, Israel de la Fuente, and Anne Abeillé. Can Gapping Be Embedded? A Crosslinguistic Perspective, AMLaP 2018, Berlin, September 2018.
  6. Esteve-Gibert, N., A. Schafer, B. Hemforth, C. Portes, C. Pozniak, M. D’Imperio. Empathy determines how intonation is used to process semantically ambiguous word. Socially Situated Language Processing (SSLP 2018), Berlin, September 2018.
  7. Guérin, Maximilien (2018) The Crescent Languages: marginalised minority languages. Promoting or demoting: the transmission of minority languages from past to present. Université de Poitiers, 6-7 avril 2018.
  8. Hassamal, Shrita, and Barbara Hemforth. Comparative alternation in Mauritian: Using experimental methods for understudied languages In AMLaP Asia. Hyderabad, Inde, 2018.
  9. Hemforth, Barbara, and Lars Konieczny. The Role of Alternative Constructions for Quantifier Scope Ambiguities: a Comparative Study. AMLaP 2018, Berlin, September 2018.
  10. Huang, Jiaying, and Donati, Caterina. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, UC Davis, Etats-Unis, March 2018.
  11. Pozniak, C., B. Hemforth, A Abeillé, 2018, French relatives and subject inversion : what’s your preference ? One-to-Many Relations in Morphology, Syntax and Semantics, DGfs, Stuttgart
  12. Pozniak, Céline, and Hemforth, Barbara. About not losing the head in RC processing. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, UC Davis, Etats-Unis, March 2018.
  13. Pozniak, Céline, and Barbara Hemforth. About the Importance of Implicit Causality to Understand Relative Clause Processing, AMLaP 2018, Berlin, September 2018.
  14. Richy, Celia, and Heather Burnett. Production/Interpretation Asymmetries in French Grammatical Gender. Socially Situated Language Processing (SSLP 2018), Berlin, September 2018.
  15. Seminck, Olga, and Pascal Amsili. The Time Course of Pronoun Resolution in Natural Text Reading In Linguistic Evidence. Tübingen, 2018.
  16. Thiberge, Gabriel, and Barbara Hemforth. Variation in French partial interrogatives: social meaning as a key factor to understand sociolinguistic norm violations. Talk at Socially Situated Language Processing (SSLP 2018), Berlin, September 2018.
  17. Thiberge, Gabriel, and Barbara Hemforth. Variation in French Partial Interrogatives: Social Meaning as a Key Factor to Understand Sociolinguistic Norm Violations. Poster at AMLaP 2018, Berlin, September 2018.

 

Corpora, Dictionaries and other Resources (incomplete)

 

  1. Seddah, M. Candito. Tour d’Horizon du French QuestionBank: Construire un Corpus Arboré de Questions pour le Français. ACor4French-Les corpus annotés du français 2017.
  2. Corpus annoté RELACS (RELation ACquiSition). https://lipn.univ-paris13.fr/~gabor/Relacs/.
  3. Vanhove Martine. 2015. Bread making, in Maltese Corpus. Accessible à http://cortypo.huma-num.fr/ Archives/MLT/MLT_MV_01_BREAD.html.
  4. Vydrin Valentin, Ibrahima Condé. Bibliothèque Électronique N’ko. Bibliothèque électronique des publications dans la langue maninka en écriture N’k
  5. Vydrin, Valentin, Kirill Maslinsky, Andrij Rovenchak, Ibrahima Condé. Corpus maninka de référence. Corpus annoté des textes écrits en maninka, surtout en écriture Nko http://cormand.huma-num.fr/cormani/
  6. Michaud, A. 2015. Online Na-English-Chinese-French Dictionary (version 1.0). PDF et fichier source (base de données Toolbox +format XML “LMF”) disponibles à https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01204638
  7. Corpus des textes annotés en cinq langues mandé, http://cormand.huma-num.fr/dan/ (Dan de l’est)
  8. PARASTAN – Dictionnaire bilingue arménien occidental – français (SEDYL – Inalco) http://www.parastan.fr/
  9. LEXICA – Dictionnaires électroniques collection Pangloss (LACITO) http://lacito.vjf.cnrs.fr/pangloss/dictionaries/index.html
  10. Bibliothèque Maninka de référence (http://cormand.huma-num.fr/maninkabiblio/index.jsp)
  11. Bibliothèque numérique des Idées (LIPN Paris 13) (http://tal.lipn.univ-paris13.fr/bni/)
  12. Atlas linguistique sonore du Tseltal occidental (http://alisto.org/)