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Endangered Languages and New Technologies

celineburet (19 déc. 2014)

The book “Endangered Languages and New Technologies” edited by Mari C. Jones has just been published at Cambridge University Press: http://www.cambridge.org/cr/academic/subjects/languages-linguistics/sociolinguistics/endangered-languages-and-new-technologies#contentsTabAnchor New technologies ...

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Project completed! Looking back at the past 48 months, and forward to online grammars and more connected data

Michaud, Alexis (29 déc. 2016)

The project completion date is December 31st, 2016. This is the time to look back at the past 48 months, and forward to more and more connected data: online grammars with one-click links to data, and other improvements for the greater benefit of linguistic research. The aim of this project was to ...

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Ongoing fieldwork on Yongning Na -- Lijiang, China

Michaud, Alexis (1 oct. 2013)

A new fieldtrip to Yunnan has begun. Despite a declining health, my teacher/consultant gives me some time every day to continue research on Yongning Na (Mosuo). The main objective is to make headway in the description of the language's tonal grammar. Work sessions mostly consist in transcribing ...

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Nepal News

Lahaussois, Aimée (19 mai 2015)

Like anyone with a strong attachment to Nepal--and many more besides--we were heartbroken to witness from afar the two major earthquakes which devastated Nepal on April 25th and May 12th. Thankfully, the individuals we work with most closely have all reported that they are safe. While there was ...

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"Tone in Yongning Na" is the first book to enter Open Review stage at Language Science Press!

Michaud, Alexis (22 déc. 2016)

The HimalCo project allowed for the completion of the linguist's "three treasures" for the Yongning Na language: a dictionary; a collection of texts; and a monograph. This monograph was submitted in June 2016 to Language Science Press. Language Science Press publishes high quality, peer-reviewed ...

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HimalCo - Himalayan Corpora

Michaud, Alexis (28 sept. 2012)

This project proposes to build parallel corpora for three sub-groups of the Sino-Tibetan family, covering a total of 8 little-described oral languages. These corpora will be made up of texts and lexical data. Texts that share a similar (sometimes nearly identical) narrative frame will be selected, ...

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Incentives for publishing text corpora and multimedia documents: About a recent discussion on the Tibeto-Burman list

Michaud, Alexis (9 avr. 2013)

In-depth language documentation is clearly a priority duty for linguists of our generation. This is what will remain as our most important legacy. It is also a major driving force for real advances in linguistics, as multimedia digital databases open up a tremendous potential for testing linguistic ...

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Article on Associated Motion in Japhug Rgyalrong

Jacques, Guillaume (13 oct. 2013)

The article Jacques (2013) has been recently published. While the HimalCo project has already produced several presentations at various conferences, this is the first published article of the project. Like all the scholarly productions of our project, it is based on corpus data (on the Japhug ...

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Third Workshop on Sino-Tibetan Languages of Sichuan: a brief report

Jacques, Guillaume (12 oct. 2013)

Last month our team organised the third edition of the Workshop on Sino-Tibetan Languages of Sichuan, which followed a first workshop in Taipei organised by Jackson T.-S. Sun, and a second one in Beijing in 2010. The conference was hosted at the EHESS. Alexis Michaud set up a lively website for the ...

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Welcoming a computing engineer to the HimalCo team: Céline Buret

Michaud, Alexis (3 oct. 2013)

Technical aspects are central in the HimalCo project. This project allows us to hire a computing engineer for a duration of 2 years. The selection procedure took place from June to early September. We were impressed by the quality of the applications that we received. In spite of the modest ...

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