CIRM is proud to contribute as a partner to the international conference 1971-2021: 50 ans de corpus montréalais à titre de partenaire. This event organized by Hélène Blondeau (U. of Florida), Marty Laforest (UQTR), and Wim Remysen (McGill U.) marks the 50th anniversary of the French-language corpus Montréal 1971, which has left its mark on modern sociolinguistics.
Alongside Nicole Nolette (University of Waterloo), Marie-Christine Lesage (UQAM), and Shauna Janssen (Concordia University), Erin Hurley has received a SSHRC grant for a four-day conference initially planned to be held in Montreal from May 25th to 28th, at the Université du Québec à Montréal and Concordia University. The conference has
Le CRIEM warmly congratulates Harold Bérubé, Mary Anne Poutanen, Nik Luka, and Julie Ravary-Pilon for receiving grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)!
In these times of spatial distancing, the public sphere is going digital and becoming a space of solidarity to which CIRM hopes to contribute in its own way.
Born November 14, 1970, in Stratford, and raised in Tavistock, Ontario. He died at home on April 4, 2020, from complications following heart surgery, at 49 years of age. His early passing is deeply mourned by his wife, Cynthia Kelly, father and mother, Bob & Joan (Korgaard) Rudy, brother and sister-in-law, Jensen & Heidi (Janzen) Rudy, their two children, Daniel & Kate Rudy, and Heidi’s father, Peter Janzen.
CIRM invites you to meet Anna Giaufret, international member and associate professor of the Department of Languages and French and Modern Culture of Université de Gênes. Temporarily in Montreal until November 30th, the researcher will partake in CIRM activities and will pursue her researches on Montreal comic art, a topic on which she is preparing a book for 2020, with the Presse de l’Université Laval.
On October 22nd, Montreal City Council members came to a mutual research agreement between the City and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal (CIRM) for the realization of a project regarding the implementation of the Politique de l’enfant’s five intervention axes “Naître, grandir, s’épanouir à Montréal: de l’enfant à l’adolescence”.
Dr. Scetti holds a PhD from Université Paris Descartes and is currently an associate researcher at CLESTHIA Laboratory (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle). His work in sociolinguistics and lexicography focuses mainly on migrations, language variations and minority languages in danger.
This competition is designed to encourage Canadian municipalities to adopt a "smart city" approach in order to find solutions to issues that affect their communities through innovation and open data.
"Ce programme permet aux non-francophones d’apprendre le français dans un contexte familier, mais il favorise également, chez les jeunes qui visitent les nouveaux locuteurs, une meilleure compréhension de la réalité de nos nouveaux compatriotes. Tout le monde y gagne!"