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Rémi ANSELME

PhD Student

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remi.anselme@univ-lyon2.fr

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  Training and professional background
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  Awards and research grants
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My doctoral thesis focuses on the representation of the alveolar trill to better understand its distribution in the languages of the world. The trill is examined through the prism of its representation in transcriptions, acoustics, grammars and phonemic databases. Data from the Illustrations of the IPA published in the Journal of the International Phonetic Association, sound recordings accompanying the Illustrations, the Sound Comparisons collaborative project, over 600 books describing languages and PHOIBLE were collected. The various observations obtained from the data show that, like rhotics, trill varies. The acoustic data suggest that the characterisation of what is generally labelled as a trill in the languages of the world is not unique, although similarities in segmental substance exist between languages. The results of the various analyses of the languages studied support the idea that the realisation of the trill as a segment with (at least) two contacts is not frequent, unlike tap and flap. The development of the International Phonetic Alphabet and its guidelines, as well as the training of linguists, has contributed to the over-representation of r. The results show that trill is an infrequent allophone for most languages, which tends to complicate the classification of languages according to the presence or absence of the segment.


TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

Education:

2019-2022 PhD in Linguistics, "The amplification of weak biases in complex communicative networks", directed by Dan Dediu (DDL, Lyon)

Laboratoire Dynamique du Language

2017-2019 Master’s degree in Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics, "General Linguistics" major (Research), with high distinction.

Université Paris-Diderot - Paris 7

2014-2017 Bachelor’s degree in Science, Technology, Health, major Life Sciences, in an intensive Biology and Linguistics program, with credit.

Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris 6

2016-2017 Third year of the double degree Biology-Linguistics (Paris 6 - Paris 4) in an exchange program

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

2014-2017 Graduate degree of Arts, Letters, Languages, major Letters, in French Language and Computer Techniques, with distinction

Université Paris-Sorbonne - Paris 4

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


 

Linguistic variation

 

Phonetics-phonology interface

 

Evolutive Linguistics

 

Morphology

 

Phonology

 

AWARDS AND RESEARCH GRANTS


 

PhD scholarship:

2019-2022 IDEXLyon Fellowship, University of Lyon, France

 

TEACHING


 

Travaux dirigés :

2021 TD - Linguistique françase (2ème semestre, 20h), Université Lumière Lyon 2, France

 

MAIN PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
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PhDs and master thesis
 

Anselme, R., 2019, "La troncation en français", Mémoire de M2, U.F.R. Linguistique, Université Paris-Diderot, 123, 123 p.  (pdf, couverture)


 

Anselme, R., 2018, "Le passé surcomposé en français", Mémoire de M1, U.F.R. Linguistique, Université Paris-Diderot, Paris, 34 p.


Invited presentations
 

Anselme, R., 2021, "Discussion on the < r > - Thesis progress", DiLiS - Atelier Origines de la diversité, Lyon (online)


Conference presentations
 

Anselme, R., 2022, "Variation in trilling: Phonetic realization of /r/ and /ɾ/", ConSOLE 30 - Conference of the Student Organisation of Linguistics in Europe, Online (initially: Nantes), 25-27 janvier 2022 (poster)


 

Anselme, R., 2022, "Comparaison des réalisations de la consonne rhotique en Europe: Cas des branches romane et slave", COLDOC 2022 - Colloque de doctorants et de jeunes chercheurs en Sciences du langage du laboratoire MoDyCo (CNRS UMR 7114), Nanterre, 30-31 mai 2022


 

Anselme, R., 2022, "Caractérisation du trill /r/ et du tap/flap /ɾ/ à partir de descriptions issues de grammaires", rfp2022 : RFP2022 : 19èmes rencontres du Réseau Français de Phonologie / 19th Meeting of the French Phonology Network, Porto, 7-9 juin 2022


 

Anselme, R., 2021, "What if trills weren’t really trilled? An investigation of trills and taps in 212 articles from the Illustrations of the IPA", r-atics7, Lausanne, 18-19 novembre 2021


 

Anselme, R., Bonami, O. & Burnett, H., 2019, "Polysémie et troncation des noms en -ion en français", Journée d’étude : Sémantique pour les ressources en Morphologie Dérivationnelle, Toulouse, 08 juillet 2019 (pdf)




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