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Rigele NA

PhD student

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rigele.na@univ-lyon2.fr

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I am working on the description of Solon Evenki Syntax with typological and areal perspectives. Solon Evenki is a Northern Tungusic language, which is mainly spoken in Ewenke Banner, Inner Mongolia, China, with around 17500 speakers.


TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

2021-currently:

    PhD student: University Lumiere Lyon2 & CNRS (Lyon, France); The syntax of Solon Evenki (Northern Tungusic) in an areal and typological perspective, directed by Brigitte Pakendorf (CNRS).

 

2020-2021:

    Lab assistant: Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences (Beijing,China).

 

2017-2022:

    Master student: Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing, China); Multi-verb Construction in Mongolian, directed by Sodbaater (CASS).

 

2017-2022:

    Undergraduate: Minzu University (Beijing, China); Causative Construction in Mongolian.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


 

Linguistic Typology

 

Language Contact

 

Tungusic language; Mongolic language

 

PARTICIPATION IN RESEARCH PROJECTS


 

2022-currently:

    Labex ASLAN, Université de Lyon
      funded member: SynSolon (The syntax of Solon Evenki ( Northern Tungusic) in typological perspective)

 

2019-currently:

    National Social Science Fund Project of China
      As a member: Innovation of Linguistic Theory Based on Chinese Mongolian

 

07/2017-12/2018

    Yu Bao Gong Cheng (语宝工程; Chinese Language Resources Protection Project)
      As a member: Recording of Minority Languages: Arkhorqin Dialect of Mongolian

 


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