Nicole Rosen


Areas of Specialization
Michif language and linguistics, Canadian French, Algonquian languages.

Research Interests
Sociolinguistics, sociophonetics, Michif language and linguistics, language documentation, Canadian English and Canadian French (especially on the Prairies), heritage languages, Western Algonquian languages, language interactions.

Recent publications
Mormons as a speech community in Southern Alberta (Accepted with minor revisions, resubmitted Dec 2013) For special issue in Yaeger-Dror, Malcah (ed), Religion as a factor in language variation. International Journal of the Sociology of Language. (with Crystal Skriver))

Critical mass in Michif (Minor revisions resubmitted June 2013) Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages) (with Carrie Gillon)

Une comparaison des voyelles postérieures du français mitchif et du français franco-manitobain. To appear 2014 in Papen, Robert & Sandrine Hallion Bres, eds. À l'ouest des Grands Lacs: communautés francophones et variétés de français dans les Prairies et en Colombie-Britannique. Presses de l’Université Laval. (with Elyane Lacasse)

French-Algonquian interaction in Canada: A Michif case study (2008) Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. V.22 n8 p610-624.

Language contact and Michif stress assignment (2006) Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung - Language Typology and Universals (STUF) 59 (2): 170-190.

Graduate supervision
I am accepting students in various areas of sociolinguistics, Canadian English, Canadian French, Michif linguistics, language documentation and revitalization. Please contact me for details, Research Assistantships are available.