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Tessa VERMEIR

PhD

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tessa.y.vermeir@gmail.com

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  Training and professional background
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  Fieldwork
  Other international activities

My thesis project is about a Bantu language spoken in the Center region of Cameroon, named So (A82). The language has an oral tradition, and its alphabet has been developed very recently. Although work has been done on the A80 group for a couple of decades, little is known about So. My project aims to write a descriptive grammar of the language, comprising aspects of the phonology, phonetics and morphosyntax.


TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

2016-2018 : Master Science du langage, Université Lyon 2

 

2014-2015 : Echange Erasmus à Paris 1 - La Sorbonne, Histoire de l'art

 

2012-2016 : Licence Langue et culture françaises, Université d'Utrecht (Pays-Bas)

 

Currently: PhD; A grammar of the language So (Bantu A82), directed by Lolke van der Veen (ULL2, Lyon) and Mark Van de Velde (LLACAN, Paris)

  • 2016-2018: Master Science du langage, Université Lyon 2
  • 2012-2016: Bachelor Langue et culture françaises, Université d'Utrecht (Netherlands)
  • 2014-2015: Erasmus exchange to Paris 1 - La Sorbonne (Histoire de l'art)
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    RESEARCH INTERESTS


     

    Typologie

     

    Description de terrain

     

  • Bantu linguistics
  • Fieldwork and description
  • Language typology
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    FIELDWORK


     

    Fieldwork in Cameroon, in the village Emvane-Sso :

  • April/May 2019 : second fieldwork trip (six weeks, personal initiative)
  • April/May 2018 : first fieldwork trip (four weeks, Master internship, directed by Lolke van der Veen)
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    OTHER INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES


     

    Linguistics schools: 2019: FieldLing, Paris (campus CNRS Villejuif) ; training in fieldwork 2017: LOT Winter School, Nijmegen (Netherlands) ; training in Python

     


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