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Andrew Nevins - Labex 2021 - Lecture 4 - Contrast and Dispersion in Handshapes in a Village Sign Language part 2

We provide an analysis of the distribution of handshapes on the dominant and non-dominant hand in the incipient village sign language found in the Maxakal´ı community in Brazil. The most frequent handshapes reflect tendencies in choosing from the crosslinguistically unmarked set of handshapes, and are particularly well-suited to quantitative analyses of handshape complexity found in models such as Ann (2006) and Brentari (2003), in addition to favouring a core set chosen from the most maximally dispersed handshapes. This in fact suggests that emergent sign languages, no matter how young, show quantitative correlations between token frequency and articulatory complexity, despite tendencies ...
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Andrew Nevins - Labex 2021 - Lecture 3 - Contrast and Dispersion in Handshapes in a Village Sign Language part 1

We provide an analysis of the distribution of handshapes on the dominant and non-dominant hand in the incipient village sign language found in the Maxakal´ı community in Brazil. The most frequent handshapes reflect tendencies in choosing from the crosslinguistically unmarked set of handshapes, and are particularly well-suited to quantitative analyses of handshape complexity found in models such as Ann (2006) and Brentari (2003), in addition to favouring a core set chosen from the most maximally dispersed handshapes. This in fact suggests that emergent sign languages, no matter how young, show quantitative correlations between token frequency and articulatory complexity, despite tendencies ...
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Asile ! [Histoire(s) du campement Gergovia] Extrait : « Archiver le précaire »

Dans cet extrait du documentaire Asile ! [Histoire(s) du campement Gergovia], Hélène Veilhan, Conservatrice des bibliothèques (UCA-MSH) retrace : « le traitement du fonds des archives du campement de Gergovia depuis son arrivée, à bibliothèque de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme de Clermont-Ferrand, sous la forme d'une boite jusqu'à sa mise en ligne et sa mis à disposition pour le public. ».
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Andrew Nevins - Labex 2021 - Lecture 2 - Nasality: Enhancement, Position, and Place of Articulation parrt 2

Lectures 1-2: Nasality: Enhancement, Position, and Place of Articulation We propose that contour nasals such as [mb,mb] come from three principal sources. One source, articula- torily driven, comes from underlying voiced stops, as nasal venting in order to sustain voicing. The other, perceptually driven, comes from underlying nasal consonants, as shielding next to contrastively oral vow- els. Although both of these first processes are phonetically well motivated, we argue that the contoured allophones specifically arise in languages in which systemic or phonotactic restrictions allow for easy re- coverability of the corresponding underlying segment. Finally, we present a few cases of contour nasals in preconsonantal contexts ...
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