Dr. Jocelyn Aznar

Presentations & Poster

Staff talk

RefCo and its Checker: Improving Language Documentation Corpora’s Reusability Through a Semi-Automatic Review Process

Aznar, Jocelyn & Herbert Lange

European Language Resources Association – 13th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (hybrid)

20.06.2022 - 25.06.2022


Staff talk invited

Acknowleding the polyphony of documentation: Representing the speakers' voices in the Nisvai language resources

Aznar, Jocelyn

Workshop: Responsible documentation and conscious outcomes: explorations in the ownership of knowledge

23.05.2022 - 25.05.2022

Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin

Guest talk

Telling a 'nabol': Interpreting the production of proper names in Nisvai narratives, Vanuatu

Jocelyn Aznar

Lecture Series "Language: Documentation and Theory (ELAR / ZAS)"



Link to the Vimeo video of the talk


Staff talk

Silent gaps and interjections as prosodic cues for direct speech: Preminalary results of a cross-linguistic study on three language documentation corpora

Aznar, Jocelyn & Frank Seifart

Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory 6 (hybrid)

16.12.2021 - 18.12.2021

SOAS University of London

Staff talk

Le traitement informatisé dans la recherche cooperative: Articuler une recherche ethnolinguistique a l’elaboration de ressources langagières à Malekula, Vanuatu

Aznar, Jocelyn

Symposium Education, Cultures, Identity (virtual)

14.04.2021 - 15.04.2021

The Ministry of Education and Training, the National University of Vanuatu & the Vanuatu Kultural Senta

Staff talk

"Getting the speakers’ voices into the language resources: Using annotated narratives to build critical language resources for the Nisvai community, Vanuatu"

Aznar, Jocelyn

ASA2021: Responsibility - Panel: Responsible Documentation? (virtual)


University of St Andrews

Staff talk

Silent gaps as a distinctive feature of Direct Speech: a Corpus study of Nisvai Narratives, Vanuatu

Aznar, Jocelyn

From dialogue to grammar - Language emerging from human sociality: the case of speech representation (virtual)


University of Helsinki