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Isabelle Léglise

Senior Researcher at CNRS - Centre national de la recherche scientifique
Head of SeDyL (CNRS, INALCO, IRD)




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 2018-2019)

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

Website - Multilingualism of school population: 12 years of a research survey
Interview - Diversité linguistique et langues en contact en Guyane
Podcast - 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