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Maxime Seveleu-Dubrovnik

Maxime Seveleu-Dubrovnik
FIAS (Federative Institute for Advanced Study) · Paris

PhD

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March 2016 - September 2020
Éditions Vodary Paris
Position
  • Editor
Description
  • Vodary Paris: li­te­ra­tures of the world pub­lished in ori­gi­nal.
March 2016 - September 2020
FIAS (Federative Institute for Advanced Study)
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Re­sear­cher at FIAS Paris. Pro­jects in lin­guis­tics: Sla­vic languages, Middle-Eas­tern languages.
Education
September 2014 - September 2017
Doctor of Philosophy
Field of study
September 2010 - August 2014

Publications

Publications (5)
Preprint
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Frequent Biblical Hebrew Lexicon Project “Biblical Hebrew for linguists—Westminster Leningrad Codex” bh.fias.fr Maxime Seveleu-Dubrovnik Dept. of Linguistics, FIAS, 75230 Paris, France seveleu.dubrovnik@fias.fr
Poster
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English: Infographics that demonstrates the genesis of the Belarusan Arabic alphabet Русский: Инфографика, разъясняющая становление и структуру белорусской арабицы Беларуская: Структура і станаўленне беларускае арабіцы — тлумачальная інфаграфіка Text content accessible at: https://arabica.fias.fr/ Licence: Creative Commons 3.0 BY-SA
Book
Modeling as used in social science and in particular in de­mography, is a complicated process. Modeling population dynamics has traditionally been the central branch of mathematical biology, and counts more than 210 years of history, notwithstanding the recent expansion of this sci­ence's scope. The first principle of population dynamics is widely...
Article
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The present study mainly aims to describe the mechanics of causative-inchoative alternation in modern Persian as well as the causative structure of its verbal system. In this scope, we provide a brief description of the phrase structure of the modern Persian and discuss its main causative-inchoative codification strategies: morphological, lexical a...

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Projects

Projects (4)
Project
Linguistic studies in Middle-Eastern languages, Hebrew (Biblical and Modern), Arabic (Modern Standard al-Fuṣḥa, dialects and Maltese), Aramaic.
Project
Organization of the research seminar on slavistics, preparation of the Russian-language didactic materials for the Glagolitic script. First take — «Winnie-the-Pooh» in Glagolitic. As soon as « Le petit corpus de textes russes » par Hardt appears, its translation into Glagolitic.