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Isabelle Léglise

Senior Researcher at CNRS - Centre national de la recherche scientifique
Co-head of SeDyL research Center in charge of IRD

Head of the F3S Federation (Social Sciences in the Global South)

Editor of the CAM series Contact and Multilingualism (LSP)

 




Research interests

  • French Guiana, Brazil and Suriname
  • Language practices as social practices
  • Polylanguaging, translanguaging, codeswitching
  • Emergent Linguistic Varieties and Identity Construction
  • Language Contact, Variation and Change
  • Language Policy in School and Healthcare Settings
  • Migration, Mobility, Language Transmission and Change


Publications

http://publicationslist.org/leglise

http://cnrs.academia.edu/IsabelleLEGLISE

Seminar

Current research programms

Multifactorial analysis of language changes (coord. LC1, LABEX EFL, 2011-2019)

Plurilingual Database (coord. LR4-10, LABEX EFL, 2012-2019)

Pidgins and Creoles in contact (coord. Fédération TUL, 2014-2018)

Langues et Innovations Numériques Educatives (DGLFLF, DAC Guyane 2018-2020)

Governance and Emergence of Research in Cambodia (Erasmus +, 2017-2019)

 

Academic degrees

Habilitation (2013) INALCO
PhD in Linguistics (1999) Paris 7 Denis Diderot University
Master Degree in Linguistics
Master Degree in French as a Foreign Language
Master Degree in Anthropology

 

More on Multilingualism in French Guiana

Documentary film (2018) : Mots mêlés : une Guyane multilingue et plurilingue
Website (2015) - Multilingualism of school population: 12 years of a research survey
Interview (2007) - Diversité linguistique et langues en contact en Guyane
Podcast (2013) - l'école au gré des langues

Some on line ressources

Qu'est-ce que "bien parler" ?
Quelles différences entre langues, dialectes, patois, jargons, accents... ?
Pourquoi et comment les langues changent-elles ?

Contact

isabelle.leglise at cnrs.fr