Eric Beuerlein


Doctoral candidate in French Linguistics.  I am currently working on my dissertation entitled “The Development of Phonemic Nasal Vowels in French and Francoprovençal”


French and Romance Linguistics
Historical Phonology
Historical Linguistics
Language Change

My current research focuses on the development of phonemic nasal vowels in French and Francoprovençal (a regional language of France).  I am also working on a project creating a searchable tagged corpus of the medieval Occitan romance Flamenca.

Recent Publications

  1. 2013 Scrivner, Olga, Sandra Kübler, Barbara Vance and Eric Beuerlein. Le Roman de Flamenca: An Annotated Corpus of Old Occitan. Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Annotation of Corpora for Research in the Humanities (ACRH-3). Sofia, Bulgaria.

Eric Beuerlein
Adjunct Instructor in the Discipline of Foreign Languages

BA Honors French, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
MA French Linguistics, Indiana University
ABD French Linguistics, Indiana University

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