publications

Although most publications cover several aspects at the same time, I have ordered them topic-wise to allow for a quick overview based on your interests. I’m happy to answer any questions per mail at naomi.truan[at]uni-leipzig.de.

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Latest publications

My latest publications include my book on the politics of person reference (forthcoming) as well as one paper with Martina Oldani on the role of gender in language ideologies around multiethnolectal practices in the Journal of Sociolinguistics [link].

My last submitted paper, together with Friederike Fischer, tackles the emergence of light communities around the hashtags #CoronaEltern and #CoronaElternRechnenAb on German-speaking Twitter.

Another paper under review, co-written with Martina Oldani, deals with heteroglossic repertoires and standard language ideology on the basis of interviews with students perceived as ‘with migration background’—a loaded term in German politics.

Another one, together with Dennis Dressel, is on a seminar concept where students explored their own digital writing practices (more on the project here).

Person Reference (third person, pronouns, address forms)

Truan, Naomi, 2021. The Politics of Person Reference. Third-person forms in English, German, and French (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Truan, Naomi, 2018. Generisch, unpersönlich, indefinit? Die Pronomina man, on, one und generisches you im politischen Diskurs. In Hélène Vinckel-Roisin, Laurent Gautier & Pierre-Yves Modicom (eds.), Diskursive Verfestigungen. Schnittstellen zwischen Morphosyntax, Phraseologie und Pragmatik im Deutschen und im Sprachvergleich, 347–363. Berlin/Boston: Mouton de Gruyter.

Truan, Naomi, 2015. Stratégies de contournement de l’adresse et délocution : le tiers du discours politique. Échanges de linguistique en Sorbonne 3 (1). 52–71.

Truan, Naomi, 2015. Faire intervenir des êtres collectifs dans et par le discours. De l’usage des syntagmes nominaux à valeur collective dans les discours conservateurs allemand et britannique. Tracés 29 (3). 103–122.

Truan, Naomi, in preparation. „Ich möchte ge-ihr-zt werden!“. The Deutsche Bahn switches to Du: The Metapragmatics of (In)Formal Forms of Address on German-Speaking Twitter.

Language ideologies (gender, multiethnolects)

Truan, Naomi & Martina Oldani. 2021. The view from within: Gendered language ideologies of multilingual speakers in contemporary Berlin. Journal of Sociolinguistics 25(3). 374–397. https://doi.org/10/gjv9sg.

Digital Linguistics / Grammar & School

Truan, Naomi & Dennis Dressel. under review. Das eigene digitale Schreiben erforschen: Ein sprachwissenschaftliches Seminarkonzept zur Produktion, Analyse und Reflexion eigener digitaler Schreibpraktiken für angehende Deutschlehrkräfte.

Oldani, Martina & Naomi Truan. under review. Navigating the German school system when being perceived as a student ‘with migration background’: Heteroglossic repertoires and standard language ideology.

Truan, Naomi. in preparation. Sprachideologien bei Deutsch-Lehramtsstudierenden: Wie die Untersuchung eigener digitaler Schreibpraktiken zur Reflexion von Normen führen kann.

Twitter interactions

Truan, Naomi & Fischer, Friederike. submitted. #CoronaEltern! Drei Monate Mit den Kids? Wir schaffen das!“: Praktiken der Community-Bildung rund um die Hashtags #CoronaEltern und #CoronaElternRechnenAb.

Truan, Naomi. in preparation. Cats of Twitter: Framing pets as discourse participants in online interaction.

Populism

Truan, Naomi, 2019. Talking about, for, and to the People: Populism and Representation in Parliamentary Debates on Europe. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 67 (3). 307–337.

Truan, Naomi, 2019. The discursive construction of the people in European political discourse: Semantics and pragmatics of a contested concept in German, French, and British parliamentary debates. In Jan Zienkowski & Ruth Breeze (eds.), Imagining the Peoples of Europe. Populist discourses across the political spectrum (Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture), vol. 83, 201–228. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Hubé, Nicolas & Naomi Truan, 2016. France: The Reluctance to Use the Word ‘Populism’ as a Concept. In Toril Aalberg, Frank Esser, Carsten Reinemann, Jesper Stromback & Claes de Vreese (eds.), Populist Political Communication in Europe. A Cross-National Analysis of European Countries. New York: Routledge.

Integration / Migration

Truan, Naomi & Léa Renard, 2017. Dire l’intégration. Les rapports français et allemands sur l’intégration entre injonction à la neutralité et volonté d’influence (1991-2014). Mots. Les langages du politique (114). 77–93.

Parliamentary debates (narratives, quotes, interjections)

Truan, Naomi. 2020. Narratives of Dialogue in Parliamentary Discourse: Constructing the Receptive Politician. Journal of Language and Politics. https://doi.org/10.1075/jlp.20018.tru.

Truan, Naomi 2017. Zwischenrufe zwischen parlamentarischer Routine und Kreativität. Bundestagsdebatten über Europa aus dem Blickwinkel von unautorisierten UnterbrechungenCahiers d’Etudes Germaniques (73). 125–138.

Truan, Naomi 2016. « Les citations doivent être exactes ! » Pratiques polémiques de la citation au parlement. Travaux Interdisciplinaires sur la Parole et le Langage (32).

Truan, Naomi, 2016. On the Pragmatics of Interjections in Parliamentary Interruptions. Revue de Sémantique et Pragmatique (40). 125–144.

Truan, Naomi, 2016. Convoquer autrui dans le discours politique. Ethos et adresse indirecte dans les débats parlementaires allemands et britanniques contemporains sur l’Europe (1998-2015). Trajectoires (HS).

Contrastive Discourse Analysis

Truan, Naomi, 2019. Möglichkeiten und Herausforderungen einer pragmatisch orientierten kontrastiven Diskursanalyse. Ein Vorschlag am Beispiel deutscher, französischer, und britischer Parlamentsdebatten. Diskurse – digital 1 (3). 29-50.

Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Bernier-Monod, Agathe, Valérie Dubslaff, Annette Lensing, Naomi Truan & Bérénice Zunino. 2017. Le doctorat nouvelle mouture : pratiques et vécu en France et en Allemagne. Une enquête de l’association GIRAF-IFFD. In Helsa Meise, Thomas Nicklas & Christian E. Roques (eds.) Hybridisierungen/Hybridations, 295–311. Reims: Les Éditions de l’Épure.

Renard, Léa & Naomi Truan, 2016. Identitäten in Bewegung. Wege zu einem interdisziplinären Forschungsdesign zwischen Sprach- und Sozialwissenschaften. Trajectoires (HS).

Open Science

Truan, Naomi & Dennis Dressel. submitted. Doing Open Science in a Research-Based Seminar: Students’ Positioning Towards Openness in Higher Education. [more on the project here]

Truan, Naomi & Laurent Romary. forthcoming. Building, Encoding, and Annotating a Corpus of Parliamentary Debates in XML-TEI: A Cross-Linguistic Account. Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative.

Tóth-Czifra, Erzsébet & Naomi Truan. 2021. Research Data Management Workflows, Volume 1: Creating and analyzing multilingual parliamentary corpora.

(Annotated) corpora (TEI-XML) in Open Access (CC BY 4.0)

Truan, Naomi, 2016. Parliamentary Debates on Europe at the Assemblée nationale (2002-2012) [Corpus]. ORTOLANG (Open Resources and TOols for LANGuage). https://hdl.handle.net/11403/fr-parl.

Truan, Naomi, 2016. Parliamentary Debates on Europe at the Deutscher Bundestag (1998-2015) [Corpus]. ORTOLANG (Open Resources and TOols for LANGuage). https://hdl.handle.net/11403/de-parl.

Truan, Naomi, 2016. Parliamentary Debates on Europe at the House of Commons (1998-2015) [Corpus]. ORTOLANG (Open Resources and TOols for LANGuage). https://hdl.handle.net/11403/uk-parl.

Truan, Naomi & Léa Renard. 2016b. Rapports français sur l’intégration (1991-2012) [Corpus]. ORTOLANG (Open Resources and TOols for LANGuage). https://hdl.handle.net/11403/rapports-francais-sur-lintegration.

Truan, Naomi & Léa Renard. 2016a. Rapports allemands sur l’intégration (1991-2014) [Corpus]. ORTOLANG (Open Resources and TOols for LANGuage). https://hdl.handle.net/11403/rapports-allemands-sur-lintegration.

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