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Noé GASPARINI

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Teams : DTT 


  Training and professional background
  Research interests
  Fieldwork
  Awards and research grants
  Participation in research projects
  Teaching
  Main publications and conferences

TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

2012-2017: PhD in Linguistics
Grammar of Siriono, a Tupi-Guarani language in Bolivia. Supervisor: Françoise Rose

 

Spring 2015 : Visiting Student Researcher at the University of California, Berkeley. Supervision: Lev Michael.

 

September 2012: Workshop Training for the HRELP Grantees. SOAS. University of London

 

January 2012: Intensive Seminar Introduction to fieldwork linguistics, laboratory LLACAN, INALCO, Villejuif (France). (Resp. Nicolas Quint & Paulette Roulon-Doko)

 

2010-2012: MA in Linguistics - Language Description and Typology Université Lumière Lyon 2, Dynamique Du Langage Laboratory

 

2007-2010: Undergraduate, Licence in Linguistics at the Stendhal University, Grenoble

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS


 

Evolution of the Tupi-Guarani languages in Bolivia, mainly the Sirionoan clade: Siriono, Yuki, Jorá.

 

Documentation et description of Siriono (Tupi-Guarani)

 

Endangered languages in Bolivia

 

FIELDWORK


 

2015: 2 months in Bolivia, in the Siriono territory. HRELP Grant #IGS0185.

 

2014: 3 months in Bolivia, in the Siriono territory. HRELP Grant #IGS0185.

 

2013: 4 months and half in Bolivia, in the Siriono territory. HRELP Grant #IGS0185.

 

2012: 2 months in Bolivia, in the Siriono territory. HRELP Grant #IGS0185.

 

2011: 2 months in Bolivia, in the Siriono territory. Funding: Regional Explora'Sup grant

 

AWARDS AND RESEARCH GRANTS


 

2012-2015: PhD Grant by the Labex ASLAN

 

2012-2015: Individual Graduate Scholarship from Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project for the project "Documentation of Siriono" (Grant #IGS0185)

 

PARTICIPATION IN RESEARCH PROJECTS


 

2014-2016: Project of structural comparison of Tupi-Guarani languages leads by Françoise Rose and Lev Michael. Including Natalia Chousou-Polydouri, Zachary O’Hagan, Emily Clem, Keith Bartolomei, Sébastien Flavier, Windy Daviet, Paola Granado Columba, Eva-Maria Rößler and Sergio Meira.

 

2015 : Contribution to the Tupí-Guaraní Comparative Lexical Dataset organized by Lev Michael, Natalia Chousou-Polydouri, Vivian Wauters, Zachary O’Hagan, Keith Bartolomei. Update of Siriono with field data and inclusion of Jorá data from the sources compiled with Swintha Danielsen.

 

TEACHING


 

2015-2016: Teaching assistant for General Linguistics (morphology, syntax), 1st year undergraduate, Linguistics Department, Université Lumière Lyon 2. (Resp. Anetta Kopecka) (53h)

 

MAIN PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
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PhDs and master thesis
 

Gasparini, N., 2012, "Observations sociolinguistiques et esquisse de la phonologie du siriono, langue tupí-guaraní de Bolivie", Mémoire de Master 2, Sciences du langage, Lumière Lyon 2  (pdf)


Conference presentations
 

Gasparini, N., 2017, "Directives in Siriono", Atelier de morphosyntaxe, Lyon, 17 mars 2017


 

Gasparini, N., 2016, "Epistemics in Siriono", Atelier de morphosyntaxe, Lyon, 8 avril 2016


 

Gasparini, N., Daviet, W. & Danielsen, S., 2015, "¿Quién es parte de mi familia lingüística? Sobre los tupí-guaraní en Bolivia", Jornadas Tierras Bajas, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, 15 octobre 2015  (pdf)


Unpublished paper
 

Gasparini, N., 2015, "Libreto Siriono - Mamíferos", Bourse ELDP, pp. 59  (pdf)


 

Gasparini, N., 2015, "Libreto Siriono - Peces", Bourse ELDP, pp. 35  (pdf)


 

Gasparini, N., 2015, "Libreto Siriono - Aves", Bourse ELDP, pp. 29  (pdf)


 

Gasparini, N., 2015, "Frutas de los Sirionos", Bourse ELDP  (pdf)




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