Aimée Lahaussois

Linguistics researcher

Co-director of the Paris Graduate School of Linguistics

2021-2022: Visiting by-fellow, Churchill College, Cambridge & Senior research associate, CELC

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1. EDUCATION

  • Habilitation à diriger des recherches, linguistics, Université de Paris (2020) / Qualification aux fonctions de professeur des universités en Sciences du langages (2021)
  • PhD, linguistics, University of California, Berkeley (2002)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Classics, Princeton University (1993)

2. AREAS OF RESEARCH

  • Description of Tibeto-Burman languages of the Kiranti group (Nepal)
  • Morphosyntax
  • Field methodology and tools : questionnaires, stimuli, documentation practices
  • Grammaticography and the history of linguistic description
  • History of annotation practices for linguistic data : transcription, glossing, translation

3. PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • Taxogram project, IDEX Emergence en Recherches funding (co-PI: Yvonne Treis), 2021
  • Ideophones and interjections in a typological, areal and diachronic perspective” research program (co-directed with Yvonne Treis, LLACAN), Labex EFL, 2020-2024
  • Projet de Recherche Conjoint (PRC) with the University of Melbourne “Chains of influence in the description of Tibeto-Burman languages of Nepal”, in collaboration with Barbara Kelly (UoM), May 2017-May 2018.
  • Questionnaires en typologie research program, funded by the Fédération de Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques, 2014-2018 (TULQuest: an archive for linguistic questionnaires)
  • “Idéophones et Interjections” research program (co-directed with Yvonne Treis, LLACAN), funded by the Fédération de Typologie et Universaux Linguistiques, 2018-2019.
  • “Dictionnaire historique de la terminologie linguistique” research program (co-directed with Bernard Colombat, HTL), 2010-2017.
  • HimalCo research project: “Parallel corpora in Himalayan languages”, HTL PI (project coordinator Guillaume Jacques, CRLAO), funded by the ANR, 2013-2016.

4. SCIENTIFIC EVENT ORGANIZATION

Workshop on “ideophones and reduplication in South Asia/Himalayas”, online, September 7-8 2021.

“Ideophones and interjections” workshop (organized with Yvonne Treis), SLE symposium, Leipzig, August 2019.

Workshop on elicitation tools for linguistic description and typology”, Paris, 9-10 November 2017

Workshop on “Comparative glossing practices” (organized with Franck Cinato), ICHOLS, Paris, August/September 2017

“Workshop on Kiranti Languages” (organized with Guillaume Jacques), Paris, 1-2 December 2016

“Grammaires étendues and verbal morphology” workshop (organized with Emilie Aussant), Paris, 3-4 November 2016

5. TEACHING

  • Typologie et linguistique de terrain, MA-level, Linguistics department, Université de Paris (co-taught with Olivier Bonami, 2016-2018; co-taught with Otto Zwartjes, since 2019)
  • “Enquête de terrain”, MA-level, Linguistics department, Université de Paris (2019, 2020)
  • “Working with Questionnaires for data collection”, International School in Linguistic Fieldwork (FieldLing), (since 2019)
  • Linguistic methodology: field linguistics, MA-level, Linguistics department, Université de Paris (2014)
  • “Initiation au thulung rai”, BA-level, Linguistics department, Université Paris IV (2009-2011)

6. PHD SUPERVISION

  • 2020-… Jean-Baptiste Lamontre, « Pratiques grammaticographiques dans la description des langues himalayennes, de Brian H. Hodgson au Linguistic Survey of India » (co-supervisor : Emilie Aussant, CNRS, HTL). Contrat doctoral Paris Diderot (ED 622)

7. PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

7.1 Publications
7.2 Manuals, dictionaries
7.3 Book reviews
7.4 Talks

Online resources

Linguistic materials deposited in PanGloss oral archive:

Dissertation

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