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Hilary CHAPPELL

Directeur d'études
Institution(s) de rattachement : EHESS

 

  • Adresse professionnelle (office) : CRLAO, INALCO, 2 rue de Lille, 75007 Paris
     
  • Courriel: hmchappell at gmail.com

Responsable de l'équipe de recherche I Typologie et diachronie des langues sino-tibétaines en Asie orientale  et membre de l'équipe de recherche III Le sino-tibétain et son contexte est-asiatique
 

Thèmes de recherche

I. Typologie des langues sinitiques  

Mes principaux travaux de recherche depuis 12 ans portent sur la typologie des langues sinitiques et le degré de leur diversité grammaticale. Il s’agit de comparer huit langues sinitiques du point de vue de plusieurs constructions différentes, telles que les constructions verbales en séries où les premiers verbes sont déjà grammaticalisés en prépositions sinon même en marqueurs pour l’expression des constructions comparatives, passives et causatives.
Les langues étudiées dans cette recherche sont le min méridional de Taïwan, le yue de Hong Kong (le cantonais), le wu de Shanghai, le mandarin du nord, les dialectes xiang du Hunan, le gan de Nanchang, le hakka de Meizhou et les dialectes Jin du Shanxi.

Projet Sinotype: The Hybrid Syntactic Typology of Sinitic Languages (projet financé par European research Council)
 

II. Syntaxe diachronique du min méridional

Depuis plusieurs années, je travaille également sur la syntaxe diachronique du min méridional (Hokkien) avec le Pr. Alain Peyraube, à la fois en poste au CNRS et à l’EHESS, Paris. Nous faisons usage pour cette étude d’un corpus de la fin du 16ème siècle et du début du 17ème, comprenant des matériaux (documents) rassemblés par des missionnaires espagnols. Par exemple, les propriétés grammaticales du comitatif en chinois médiéval sont comparées à celles du min méridional moderne du 16ème siècle et du min contemporain.
 

Enseignement

Liste des doctorats préparés sous la direction de Hilary Chappell

  • 2016-2017 : Méthodologies de terrain linguistique en Chine (Fieldwork methodologies in China)
    (i) Le vendredi de 10h à 13h, du 6 janvier au 16 juin 2017, IISMM, salle de réunion, 1er étage, 96 bd Raspail, 75006 Paris
    (ii) Le mercredi de 16h à 19h, du 11 janvier au 14 juin 2017, Salons de l'NaLCO, 2, rue de Lille, 75007, Paris
    L’objectif de ce séminaire est d’examiner les méthodologies appropriées pour les études de terrain sur la base d’une analyse grammaticale des données recueillies sur le  xianghua, une langue sinitique non-classée qui se trouve dans le nord-ouest de la province du Hunan, au centre de la Chine. Sa situation est d’autant plus singulière du point de vue des études sur les langues en contact que cette langue est entourée de langues non-sinitiques telles que le hmong (famille hmong-mien) et le tujia (tibéto-birman, famille sino-tibétaine).
    On situera le xianghua dans son contexte linguistique (et notamment vis-à- vis d’autres langues sinitiques pour lesquelles on possède des données collectées de première main), de définir son profil typologique et présentera et analysera ensuite ses propriétés lexicales, morphologiques et syntaxiques avec l’aide de textes provenant de la région de Xiangxi, dans le Hunan. Il s’agit d’un approfondissement de la réflexion déjà menée au cours de l’année 2016 en examinant une série de nouveaux thèmes tels que le fusionnement phonétique et le sandhi tonal du point de vue des mécanismes connus de
    grammaticalisation et réanalyse. Les phrases subordonnées relatives et leur relation précise viv-à- vis de la modification des groupes nominaux ainsi que le marquage des rôles grammaticaux seront particulièrement étudiés.
    Affiche de présentation du cours
     

  • Enseignements antérieurs
    Séminaires de l'EHESS de 2005 à 2016

Contrats

  • TYSOMIN « Typologie des processus synchronique et diachronique en Min-Sud (langue sinitique)
    Projet ANR, Programme blanc bilatéral – anr-11-ISH2-001-01 – (2012-2014) – Subvention: 270.000 €
    Résumé du projet / English synopsis

  • The hybrid syntactic typology of Sinitic languages (Projet ERC : European Research Council, Advanced Grants category. Sinotype 230388)
    Responsable : Hilary Chappell
    Durée : 48 mois à compter du 01/01/09
    Montant de la subvention : 1.863.528 €
    Résumé du projet  /  English synopsis
    Project (English version)

  • Changement diachronique en min méridional, langue sinitique / Diachronic change in Southern Min, a Sinitic language
    (Programme blanc de l'Agence Nationale de la Recherche dans le cadre d'un accord de coopération internationale avec le National Science Council de Taiwan)
    Responsables : Hilary Chappell et Alain Peyraube
    Durée : 36 mois à compter du 01/11/08
    Montant subvention : 250.000 €
    Project (English version)
     

Activités administratives et éditoriales

  • Directrice du Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l’Asie Orientale, CNRS-EHESS (2007-2008)

  • Co-directrice, Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l’Asie Orientale, CNRS-EHESS (2006)

  • Co-éditrice, Cahiers de Linguistique – Asie Orientale (2005–)

  • Comité de rédaction, Journal of Chinese Linguistics (2000–)

  • Comité de rédaction, Linguistic Typology (2001–2007)

  • Membre du comité, Sciences Humaines et Sociales, Agence Nationale de la Recherche, France (2005–2006)

  • Expertise scientifique pour les éditions Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin ; Oxford University Press ; pour l’Australian Research Council, le Hong Kong Research Council et le British Council of Research
     

Publications

Ouvrages

Articles et contributions à ouvrages

  • 1992. Towards a typology of aspect in Sinitic languages. Zhongguo Jingnei Yuyan ji Yuyanxue: Hanyu Fangyan [Chinese Languages and Linguistics: Chinese dialects] 1.1: 67–106, 1992. (Academia Sinica, Taipei)
    Pre-publication version of this article

  • 1996.  The topic-comment and double subject constructions in Mandarin Chinese discourse. In H. Chappell & W. McGregor (eds). 1996. The grammar of inalienability. A typological perspective on body part terms and the part-whole relation. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 465-527.
    Pre-publication version of this article

  • 1999. The double unaccusative in Sinitic languages. In: Doris L. Payne and Immanuel Barshi (eds.) External Possession and related noun incorporation constructions. (Typological Studies in Language Series 39). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 197–232.
    Pre-publication version of this article

  • 2000. Dialect grammar in two early modern Southern Min texts: A comparative study of dative kit, comitative cang and diminutive –guia. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 28.2(2000): 247–302.
    Pre-publication version of this article

  • 2001. Language contact and areal diffusion in Sinitic languages:  problems for typology and genetic affiliation, In: Alexandra Aikhenvald & R.M.W. Dixon (eds.) Areal diffusion and genetic inheritance: problems in comparative linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 328–357.
    Pre-publication version of this article

  • 2001. Synchrony and diachrony of Sinitic languages: A brief history of Chinese dialects. In: H. Chappell (ed.) Sinitic grammar: synchronic and diachronic perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 3–28.
    Pre-publication version of this article

  • 2001. Le hakka (avec Laurent Sagart)
    A pre-publication version of this article can be found at the following website: http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00087316/fr/

  • 2001. The experiential perfect as an evidential marker in Sinitic languages. (Pre-publication version of ‘A typology of evidential markers in Sinitic languages’ In H. Chappell (ed.) Sinitic grammar: synchronic and diachronic perspectives. Oxford: University Press, 56-84.)
    A pre-publication version of this article can be found at the following website: http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00273298/fr/

  • 2002. The universal syntax of semantic primes in Mandarin Chinese. In Cliff Goddard and Anna Wierzbicka (eds.) Meaning and universal grammar – Theory and empirical findings. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, vol. 1: pp. 243–322.

  • 2006(a). From Eurocentrism to Sinocentrism: the case of disposal constructions in Sinitic languages. In Felix Ameka, Alan Dench and Nicholas Evans (eds.) Catching language: the standing challenge of grammar writing. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 441-486.
    A pre-publication version of this article can be found at the following website: http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00180702/en/

  • 2006(b). The diachronic syntax of causative structures in Early Modern Southern Min. In Dah-an Ho (ed.) Festschrift for Ting Pang-Hsin. Taipei : Academia Sinica, 973-1011. (with Alain Peyraube)
    A pre-publication version of this article can be found at the following website: http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00180707/en/

  • 2007(a). Chinese linguistics and typology: the state of the art. Linguistic Typology 11.1: 187-211.  (with Li Ming and Alain Peyraube)
    Pre-publication version of this article

  • 2007(b). 早期近代闽南话分析型致使结构的历史探讨 Zaoqi jindai Minnanhua fenxixing zhishi jiegou de lishi tantao [An historical exploration of analytical causatives in Early Southern Min]. Fangyan方言 ( Chinese dialects), 1: 52-59 (with Alain Peyraube)
    A pre-publication version of this article can be found at the following website: http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00180712/en/

  • 2007(c). Hànyŭ fāngyán de chùzhì biāojì de lèixíng 《汉语方言的处置标记的类型》 [A typology of object-marking constructions: a pan-Sinitic view]. Yŭyánxué Lùncóng 《语言学论丛》(Anthology of Chinese linguistics), 36: 183-209.
    A pre-publication version of this article can be found at the following website: http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00180719/en/

  • 2008(a) Variation in the grammaticalization of complementizers from verba dicendi in Sinitic languages. Linguistic Typology 12.1: 45-98.
    Pre-publication version of this article

  • 2008(b) Chinese localizers: diachrony and some typological considerations. In Xu Dan (ed.) Space in Languages of China. Sprenger, 15-36 (with Alain Peyraube).

  • 2008. Xiangxi Waxianghua he Xinan guanhua biao chuzhishi de ‘gen’ suo yinfa de yiwen. 湘西瓦乡话和西南官话表处置的所引发的疑问 (The unusual case of [gēn] used as a disposal marker in Waxiang and the Southwestern Mandarin of Western Hunan, China). Zhongguo Yuwen Yanjiu《中國語文研究》(Chinese Language Studies). 26.2: 1-14.  (with Yunji Wu)

  • 2009. Hokkien (Min).  In: Encyclopedia of Modern China. Edited by Julia F. Andrews et al. Detroit, MI: Charles Scribner’s Sons (4 vols.), vol 2: 230-232.

  • 汉语显指标记的类型学研究 [A typology of evidential markers in Sinitic languages], 冯力、杨永龙、赵长才主. In Feng Li, Yang Yonglong and Zhao Changcai (eds.) 汉语时体的历史研究A diachronic study of tense and aspect markers in Chinese. Beijing: Yuwen Chubanshe, pp. 9-29 (2009).

  • Le Hakka. In E. Bonvini, Joëlle Busuttil and A. Peyraube (eds.) Encyclopédie des Sciences du Langage: Dictionnaire des langues. Paris: Presses Universitaire de France [with Laurent Sagart], pp. 1016-1024 (2011).

  • Le Min. In E. Bonvini, Joëlle Busuttil and A. Peyraube (eds.) Encyclopédie des Sciences du Langage: Dictionnaire des langues. Paris: Presses Universitaire de France, pp. 1025-1036. [with C.F. Lien] (2011).

  • Grammaticalization in Sinitic languages. Chapter 65. In Bernd Heine & Heiko Narrog (eds.) A handbook of grammaticalization. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 786-796 (2011) (with Alain Peyraube).

  • A comitative source for object markers in Sinitic languages:
    跟 kai55 in Waxiang and 共 kang7 in Southern Min. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 20.4 : 291-338. (2011) (with Alain Peyraube and Yunji Wu).

  • Ya33 ‘give’ as a valency increaser in Jinghpo nuclear serialization: from benefactive to malefactive (with Guozhen Peng). Studies in Language 35.1: 128-167. (2011)

  • Hanyu huayu-zhong de gualianci “de” de yuyi he yuyong “汉语话语中的关联词“的”的语义和语用” (The semantics and pragmatics of associative de in Mandarin discourse.) In press, East Asian Linguistics《东方语言学》Dongfang Yuyanxue 10 : 73-92 (2011). (Translation of updated version of 1992 article with Sandra Thompson).

  • Say in Sinitic: from verba dicendi to attitudinal discourse markers. In Johan van der Auwera and Jan Nuyts (eds.) Grammaticalization and (inter-) subjectification, Brussels : Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van Belgie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten (Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts), pp. 81-110 (2012).

  • Pan-Sinitic object markers: morphology and syntax. In Cao Guangshun, H. Chappell, R. Djamouri & Thekla Wiebusch (eds.). Breaking down the barriers: interdisciplinary studies in Chinese linguistics and beyond. 2 vols. Taipei: Academia Sinica (2013) pp.785-816.

  • ‘Chinese Localizers : Diachrony and some typological considerations’, In Xu Dan ed. Space in Languages of China. Beijing : Shijie tushu chubanshe, 2013, pp. 15-39. (with Alain Peyraube).

  • 汉语方言中的处置式和把字句 (上) Hanyu fangyan-zhong de chuzhishi he ‘bă’ ziju (shang) (Les constructions disposales et les constructions en bă dans les dialectes chinois (1ère partie). Fangyan (Dialects) 1: 11-30 (2013) (with Li Lan 李蓝).

  • 汉语方言中的处置式和把字句 (下) Hanyu fangyan-zhong de chuzhishi he ‘bă’ ziju (xia) (Les constructions disposales et les constructions bă dans les dialectes chinois (2ème partie). Fangyan (Dialects) 2: 97-110 (2013) (with Li Lan 李蓝).

  • 论汉语言说动词的历史发展 Lun Hanyu yanshuo dongci de lishi yanbian (On the historical evolution of the verbs of 'saying' in Chinese). In Wu Fuxiang 吴福祥 & Xing Xiangdong 邢向东 (eds.) 语法化与语法研究 6 Yufahua yu yufa yanjiu 6 (Grammaticalization and linguistic research 6). Beijing : Shangwu yinshuguan, 2013, pp.1-12 (with Alain Peyraube).

  • Duoyangxing yu lishiyanbian: de xuhuan yanbian – yi Xianghua (Xiangxi) de mingliangci xitong weili «多样性與歷史演變:以鄉話 (湘西)的名量詞系統為例» (Diversity and diachronic change in the classifier system of Xianghua, Northwestern Hunan).《历史语言学研究》Lishi yuyanxue (Historical linguistics) 8 (2014): 229-238.

  • 汉语方位词的历时和类型学考察 Hanyu fangweici de lishi he leixingxue de kaocha (Investigation of the history and typology of localizers in Chinese). Yuyanxue Luncong 语言学论丛 (Anthology on Linguistics). Peking University 342-359 (2014). (with Alain Peyraube)

  • The history of Chinese grammars in Chinese and western scholarly traditions. Language and history 57.2 (2014): 113-142. (with Alain Peyraube)

  • Linguistic areas in China for differential object marking, passive and comparative constructions. In H. Chappell (ed.) Diversity in Sinitic languages. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.13-52 (2015).

  • The comparative construction in Sinitic languages: synchronic and diachronic variation. In H. Chappell (ed.) Diversity in Sinitic languages. Oxford: Oxford University Press (with Alain Peyraube), pp.134-154 (2015).

  • Introduction: Ways of tackling diversity in Sinitic languages. In H. Chappell (ed.) Diversity in Sinitic languages. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.3-12 (2015).

  • Weilai mianlin de tiaozhan : yuyanxue yu Zhongguo 未来面临的挑战 :语言学与中国 (Challenges for the future – linguistics and China). Soochow Academic Review: Dongwu Xueshu东吴学术 4 (2015):110-117.

  • Vers une nouvelle typologie des langues sinitiques. Faits de Langues 46 (2015):131-14.

  • Major non-canonical clause types in Mandarin Chinese: bă, bèi, and ditransitives. Chapter 15 in Chu-Ren Huang & Dingxu Shi (eds.), Cambridge Reference Grammar of the Chinese Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.53-83 (2016).

  • Modality and mood in Sinitic languages, In: Jan Nuyts & Johan van der Auwera (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Mood and Modality. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 296-329 (2016). (with Alain Peyraube)

  • Mandarin and other Sinitic languages. In Chan Sin-wai (ed.) The Routledge Encyclopedia of the Chinese Language. Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge. (with Li Lan), 605-628 (2016).
    A semantic typology of negation in Sinitic languages: synchronic and diachronic views. In Pang-hsin Ting, Samuel Hung-nin Cheung, Sze-Wing Tang and Andy Chin (eds.), New Horizons in the Study of Chinese: Dialectology, Grammar, and Philology - Studies in Honor of Professor Anne Yue. Hong Kong : T.T. Ng Chinese Language Research Center, Chinese University of Hong Kong, pp. 483-534 (2016). (with Alain Peyraube).

  • From verb of saying to attitudinal discourse marker in Southern Min: (inter)subjectivity and grammaticalization. In Hubert Cuyckens, Lobke Ghesquière and Daniël Van Olmen (eds.), Aspects of Grammaticalization: (Inter)Subjectification, Analogy and Unidirectionality. (Trends in Linguistics Studies and Monographs) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 139-165 (2017).

  • Say-complementizers in Sinitic languages. In Rint Sybesma et al (ed.) Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. Leiden: Brill, volume 3: 658-664 (2017).

  • Languages of China in their East and South-East Asian context. In Raymond Hickey (ed). The Cambridge Handbook of Areal Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 196-214 (2017).

A paraitre :

  • A grammatical sketch of Southern Min. In Alice Vittrant & Justin Watkins (eds.) The Mainland Southeast Asia linguistic area. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

  • Early Linguistic Traditions in China. In: Linda Waugh & Monique Monville- Burston (eds.), The Cambridge History of Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (with Alain Peyraube).

Comptes rendus d'ouvrages :

  • A review of A grammar of Mandarin by Jeroen Wiedenhof. Amsterdam: John
    Benjamins, 2015. Pp. xxv, 477. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 45.1 (2017), 196-214.

  • Review of Sun Chaofen: Word-Order Change and Grammaticalization in the History of Chinese. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 26.1(1998): 146-164.

     

Curriculum vitae

曹茜蕾简历 (CV de Hilary Chappell en chinois)

Hilary Chappell is currently Chair Professor in Linguistic Typology of East Asian Languages at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris, an appointment she took up in 2005 after teaching in the Linguistics Department at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia for 18 years. She has also served as the Director of the research centre, Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l’Asie Orientale (CRLAO),  and its Deputy Director from 2006-2008.

She was originally awarded her doctoral degree in 1984 by the Australian National University in Canberra for her thesis entitled “A semantic analysis of passive, causative and dative constructions in standard Chinese” (ca. 500 pp.), spending one year of her doctoral candidature at Peking University in 1980-1981 where she was privileged to be the student of both Professors Zhu Dexi 朱德 and Lu Jianming 陸儉明.

Following her doctoral work, she held postdoctoral fellowships with both the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Germany (University of Cologne 1985–86) and the Fulbright Scheme in the USA (University of Southern California and University of California at Santa Barbara 1987–88). She has also been the recipient of a senior scholar award from the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation (1999).

Since the early 1990s, Hilary Chappell has been engaged with other researchers in Chinese linguistics, in opening up the new domain of typology and the comparative grammatical description of Sinitic languages (or ‘Chinese dialects’), with the aim of gauging the extent of their diversity.

Her research has attempted to transcend the many theoretically solid linguistic descriptions now available for individual Chinese dialects by going one step further in taking a macroscopic or bird’s-eye view of Sinitic languages to analyse their shared and distinct features, in terms of major syntactic construction types. A corpus of discourse materials collected and transcribed over the past 10 years is used along with elicitation work as a basis for these syntactic analyses and similarly represents an innovative aspect to this research.

As part of this research project on the typology of Chinese languages, she organized the First International Symposium on Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives on the Grammar of Sinitic Languages at the University of Melbourne in 1996, with 12 invited speakers from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, the USA and France. This subsequently served as the basis for the edited book, Sinitic grammar: Synchronic and diachronic perspectives (Oxford University Press, 2001, 429 pp).

Her earliest edited work with William McGregor on The grammar of inalienability. A typological perspective on body parts terms and the part-whole relation (Mouton de Gruyter 1996, 931 pp) similarly opened up new territory in the treatment of the coding of possession from a variety of different perspectives (syntax, morphology, lexicon etc) in a large number of language families. More recently, in co-authorship with Christine Lamarre, she published A grammar and lexicon of Hakka (EHESS, Paris, 2005) which includes an annotated translation of a German grammar and lexicon of Sin’on Hakka 新安 客家話, as spoken in Southwestern Guangdong province in the 19th century.

Building on the foundation of earlier research by both Chinese and western scholars, she has also carried out studies on variation in object-marking constructions; on the development of complementizers from verbs of saying and on markers of evidentiality, aspect and negation in Sinitic languages.  Current work underway is on a monograph Typology of Chinese languages: morphosyntax and grammar for OUP while a future project with Dr Wu Yunji  伍云姬 is to write a grammar of the Waxiang language for which the first fieldwork trips have already been undertaken in northwest Hunan.

Scientific activities have also witnessed her active involvement:  Invited or keynote speaker at more than 20 conferences over the last 20 years, Prof. Chappell gave a course on the Typology of Sinitic languages at the Spring School of Linguistics held in March 2007 at the Ludwig-Maxmilians Universität in Munich, and organized by the European Association of Chinese Linguistics (EACL) for the benefit of doctoral students from a large number of European countries. She has similarly been invited to present a 3-week course on the Typology of Sinitic languages at the Linguistics Society of America’s Summer School to be held in 2009at UC Berkeley.  Editorial responsabilities include the journal, Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale (2005–), Journal of Chinese Linguistics (2000–) and Linguistic Typology (2001–2008).

She has been the principal organizer or member of the organizing committee for several conferences over the past 15 years. In September 2007, she organized a workshop on Marking paradoxes in transitivity at the 4th Annual Conference of the EACL held at the MPI, Leipzig, with Prof Rint Sybesma of the University of Leiden. This is the first workshop to explore the interesting paradox of Sinitic languages which code patients and agents (albeit in different construction types) with the same morphological marking. She will be one of the organizers of the next International Conference on Chinese languages and linguistics, IACL-17, to be held in Paris in 2009.

Prof. Chappell has supervised 24 graduate students in Australia, including 10 at doctoral level, before her move to France. Two of her most recent graduates have had their theses published as monographs with Mouton de Gruyter and John Benjamins, and most have since been employed in either research or university teaching positions in Australia and the USA.

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