The Center for Interlinguistics, Lexicology, English Linguistics and Corpus Linguistics – Language Research Workshop (CLILLAC-ARP, research team 3967) is led by Natalie Kübler, professor at the EILA Department. The Deputy Director is Agnès Celle, a professor in the Department of English and American Studies.

The CLILLAC-ARP is affiliated with the Doctoral School of Linguistics and is served by three departments :

In the Department of English and American Studies, research focuses on syntax, semantics, speech analysis (both written and oral), linguistic models, contrastive analysis, phonology, phono-syntax, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics and education. The Theory of Enunciative Operations is the guiding framework for the department’s research.

In the EILA Department, research is centered on lexicology and how it relates to syntax, semantics, terminology, neology, corpus linguistics, languages for specific purposes, translation studies and language policies in a variety of languages including English, French, German, Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese.

In the Linguistics Department, research is centered on words, spoken macrosyntax, phonetics, phonology, phonosyntax, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, sociolinguistics and language education, which includes Asian languages.

CLILLAC – ARP website