Louis Coeyman

Email: l.coeyman.1@research.gla.ac.uk

Research title: Scots language revitalisation in the 21st century

Research Summary

I am a doctoral student in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Glasgow. My research interests fall within Sociolinguistics and the Sociology of language, with a particular focus on:

  • Minority languages and Endangered language revitalisation
  • Language attitudes and ideologies
  • Language policy and planning
  • Multilingualism
  • French and the French-speaking world

My PhD research explores the Scots language revitalisation in 21st century Scotland. I investigate whether Scots language policies and planning initiatives align with the ideologies and practices of stakeholders in education.

I also do research on Picard/Ch'ti, the local variety spoken in the Hauts-de-France.

 

Publications

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2022

Coeyman, L. (2022) Language attitudes, vitality awareness, and identity in France: The case of Picard/Ch'ti in the Hauts-de-France. Language Documentation and Description, 22(1), pp. 1-12. (doi: 10.25894/ldd.322)

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Articles

Coeyman, L. (2022) Language attitudes, vitality awareness, and identity in France: The case of Picard/Ch'ti in the Hauts-de-France. Language Documentation and Description, 22(1), pp. 1-12. (doi: 10.25894/ldd.322)

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Grants

2021-25 Collaborative Doctoral Award, Scottish Graduate School for Arts and Humanities (AHRC)

Conference

Conference papers

  • 2023      “Langue, dialecte, ou accent: les attitudes envers le Picard/Ch'ti”. Annual Conference of the Association for French Language Studies, Lille, France

  • 2023      “La diversité linguistique en France: a place for Picard/Ch’ti in the 21st century?”. 64th Annual Conference of the Society for French Studies, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

  • 2022      “An overview of the Scots revitalisation”, Linguacultural Spaces, Glasgow, UK

Conference organisation

  • 2022      Linguacultural Spaces. 10th-11th May 2022. University of Glasgow

Teaching

English Language and Linguistics

  • Language, Society, and Change (2022/2023, S2)
  • Language, Meaning, and Power (2022/2023, S1)
  • Language, People, and Culture (2022/2023, S1)
  • Language, Mind, and Expression (2021/2022, S2)

French

  • French Language 2, Written (2022/2023, S1)
  • French Language 2, Oral (2022/2023, S1)
  • French Language 1, Non-Beginner, Oral (2022/2023, S1)
  • French Language 1, Beginner, Oral (2022/2023, S1)