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Rémi ANSELME


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remi.anselme@univ-lyon2.fr

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In the framework of my thesis I am interested in the evolution of language trough the intrinsic variation included in the concept of phoneme, as well as the allophonic variation that is subsumed under the grapheme ‹r›. It could appear that some phonemes are more robust than others making them less favorable to linguistic change. These phonemes are generally characterized by few allophones. In contrast, some phonemes are more fragile, with more allophones, and in some cases with different articulatory patterns resulting in the same acoustic pattern. The phoneme /r/ has often been described as a vibrating consonant across languages, but it appears that the rolled allophone [r] is very little present across the languages of the world compared to the tapped allophone [ɾ] which is often marginalized. These two allophones can be analyzed as articulatory complex, explaining the late age at which they are usually acquired, and in some cases never mastered. Moreover anatomical biases could play a role in the typology of the rolled allophone.

This thesis is at the frontier between perception and production and takes into account existing inter- and intra-individual variations. Mixing phonetics, phonology and also sociolinguistics, this thesis aims to describe the evolution of allophones through biological and cultural evolution. I am also interested in the transfer of concepts from biology that can be used to explain the complexity and thus the robustness and fragility of sounds, and on a larger scale of linguistic features.


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

 

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.


Conference presentations
 

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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