Dernière mise à jour : 08/10/2019

Matthew STAVE

  • Post-Doctorant

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✉ matthew.stave@cnrs.fr

  • Axes :
  • Description, Typologie, Terrain




 FORMATION ET PARCOURS PROFESSIONNEL

    • Etudes
    • 2011-2018: Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Oregon, USA.
      Dissertation: Temporal relations of verbal and non-verbal storytelling in storytelling.
    • Committee: Eric Pederson (chair, University of Oregon), Spike Gildea (University of Oregon), Zhuo Jing-Schmidt (University of Oregon), Volya Kapatsinski (University of Oregon), Tyler Kendall (University of Oregon), and Melissa Baese-Berk (University of Oregon).
    • 1997-2001: B.A. Literature and Spanish (double major), George Fox University, USA.

 THÈMES DE RECHERCHE

  • Multimodal communication/gesture
  • Corpus linguistics
  • Language and cognition
  • Timing relations of language
  • Computational modeling of language
  • Holistic complexity in communication
  • Variation and change
  • Semantic typology

 DISTINCTIONS OU FINANCEMENTS

  • 2019 - present: ANR post-doctoral fellowship
  • 2018: Decision sciences doctoral research grant, University of Oregon

 ENSEIGNEMENTS

    • 2011-2018: Department of Linguistics, University of Oregon, USA
      Graduate Teaching Fellow
    • Oral Skills (spoken English for international students)
    • Structure of English Words
    • Introduction to Linguistic Analysis
    • Introduction to Linguistic Behavior
    • Language and Power
    • Language and Cognition
    • English Grammar