French national, I moved to Belgium to carry out a Master and PhD programme in Linguistics at the Université catholique de Louvain. I obtained my PhD in 2017. Since then I worked as a guest lecturer and post-doctoral research fellow at that same university, until January 2019. I have also briefly worked at the University of the West of England in 2018. I am currently a Marie Curie fellow at the University of Edinburgh.
My work is on discourse markers, primarily in speech. I have worked on a multilingual and multimodal approach to disfluency. I have developed methods of corpus annotation for spoken data. I focus in particular on the functions of discourse markers and their variation.
Current research interestsI am currently working on discourse relation signaling in spoken and written data in English and French, using both corpus-based and experimental methods to assess the impact of discourse signals on cognitive processing in different contexts/genres.
"Selfish discourse": investigating the production and comprehension of discourse relations and their signals in speech and writing
Current project grants
Marie Curie Post-doctoral Fellowship (01/02/19 - 31/01/21)