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Sophie Herment is holder of an agrégation in English studies and full Professor in English phonetics and phonology at Aix-Marseille University. She is a member of the Laboratoire Parole et Langage where she coordinates one of the 4 teams of the lab ("systems and uses") and supervises the publication of the on-line journal TIPA.

She works mainly on prosody (she takes part in the Aix Prosody Group) and her research interests concern the varieties of English, the prosody/syntax interface, L2 prosody, and corpus prosody. She coordinates with 3 colleagues from Toulouse and Paris the PAC programme, an interdisciplinary linguistic research program concentrating on the phonology of contemporary English and she is in charge of the PAC-prosody group. She is the former president of the French scholarly association ALOES (Association des Linguistes Oralistes de l'Enseignement Supérieur secondaire et élémentaire), which gathers specialists in oral English. 

Sophie Herment has organized or co-organized several national and international workshops and conferences and regularly contributes to the organization of national or international meetings as a member of the scientific committee (Speech Prosody, RFP, PAC, ALOES). She is regularly called on to conduct scientific evaluations by French and foreign journals or editors, to take part in recruiting committees and to be a member of HDR (habilitations to conduct research) and PhD committees. She is a member of her faculty council, of the 11th section (Anglophone Studies) of the CNU (Conseil National des Universités) and a member of its permanent commission (CP-CNU).

She is currently supervising or co-supervising 4 M1 theses, 1 M2 thesis, 5 PhD dissertations and is an adviser for 1 HDR.



Classical Anglicist curriculum: DEUG (1990), Teaching Assistant in Glasgow, Scotland (1990-1991), Double Bachelor's degree (Licence) in English Studies and Language Sciences (1992), Maîtrise (English linguistics) mention TB (1993), CAPES d'anglais (1994), Agrégation d'anglais option linguistique (1995).
DEA in Language and Speech, Specialty English phonetics, mention TB (1997).
PhD in Language and Speech, Specialty English Phonetics (2001):  L’emphase dans le discours spontané anglais : corrélats acoustiques et prosodiques, supervised by Daniel Hirst, Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Mention Très honorable avec les félicitations du jury.
HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) (2013): De l'emphase à la phonologie de la proéminence, pour une approche perceptuelle de la prosodie de corpus, adviser Nicolas Ballier, Université Paris 7 Diderot.


Professional experience

Teaching assistant in Scotland (1990-1991), secondary school English teacher (1995-1997), then PRAG (1997-2002), MCF (2002-2014) and PR (2014- ) at the University of Aix-Marseille, specialist in English phonetics and phonology.


Pedagogical activities

English phonetics and phonology classes at all levels, L, M1, M2, MEEF 1, MEEF 2, CAPES & Agrégation. Oral English seminars for Primary School teachers in the framework of the EDIL project (écoles d'immersion en langues) of Aix-Marseille Academy. Referent teacher for the programme for teaching assistants abroad.
Responsible for the follow-up of AED students (Assistants d'EDucation) for the English Department (2018-2020).
Member of the steering committee of the EDIL (2017-2020): Ecoles D'Immersion en Langues. Rectorate and DSDEN of Aix-Marseille Academy.
Co-President (with a General Inspector of English) of the selection panel for the English subjects LV1 and LV2 for the technological baccalaureate, abroad sessions , 2014-2018.
Member of the working group on the competency-based approach at the ESPE in Aix-Marseille (2016-2018).


Collective responsabilities

Member of 11th section (anglophone studies) of CNU (Conseil National des Université) (Assessor A) 2016-2023 and member of the CP-CNU (permanent commission), 2020-2023.

Elected member of the faculty council since 2022.

Member of the LPL Board and Training Committee since January 2018.

In charge of  MASTER MEEF English studies (and preparation for the external CAPES) 2014-2020.

Elected member of the DEMA Council and member of the DEMA 2018-2020 Bureau.
Member of the MEEF Improvement Council with two modern language courses from 2014 to 2020 (INSPE Aix-Marseille). Participation in the full implementation of the competency-based approach starting Sept 2018.
Member of the improvement council of the MASTER ACMA (English Studies) 2014-2018.
Director of the language laboratories of University of Provence  2002-2008.
Head of the audiovisual and multimedia service of  University of Provence (PRAM-DSII) from June 2006 (creation of DSII, direction des services de l'inforamtion et de l'informatique) to September 2008. Member of the management board of DSII 2006-2014.


Scientific animation

Co-responsible of a research team within the LPL (2018-2022), Systus "systems and uses", gathering 23 LPL permanent members and 26 PhD students: organization of seminars and other scientific events on a regular basis.
Coordinator of the PAC programme (Phonology of Contemporary English, since September 2015 (with Anne Przewozny-Desriaux, Cécile Viollain and Sylvain Navarro) and member of the scientific board of the programme since 2012: organisation of conferences every odd year and of summer schools every even year (in different universities for each edition). Coordination of the PAC-Prosody group since its creation in 2013 within the PAC programme.
Director of the publication of TIPA (Travaux Interdisciplinaires sur le Langage et la Parole,, the journal of the Parole et Langage Laboratory, since March 2015. Publication of one issue per year, coordinated by a guest editor.
Organisation of scientific events (25 conferences, workshops or others since 2010).
President of the learned society ALOES (Association des Linguistes Oralistes de l'Enseignement Supérieur) 2017-2021 (Secretary from 2009 to 2013 and Vice-President from 2013 to 2017).
Member of the ISCA (International Speech Communication Association) and the IPA (International Phonetic Association).
Member of the learned societies SAES (Society of Anglicists in Higher Education), ALAES (Association for English linguistics in Higher Education) and ALOES (Association for oral studies in Higher Education).
Member of the French Phonology Network RFP (member of the scientific committee) since 2010.
LPL referent for the SIG Institut du Genre (2016-2018).


Promotion of research

Press interviews and participation to LPL days for secondary school teachers (2017) and primary school teachers (2017) and European Researchers' Night (2018).


National and International projects (funded or not)

PAC Programme (Phonology of Contemporary English).

Member of the European consortium COBRA, Conversational Brains, (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network).

Member of the Irish English Network (IrEN). Collaboration with Karen Corrigan (Newcastle University) and her team on the TRSHES corpus of Irish English, with a PhD student

1200 euro-funding from LPL for a trainee for the Project Development of a computer-assisted programme for French speakers learning English prosody (Anne Tortel, Sophie Herment & Alain Ghio, AMU).

Participation in the international IARI project (Prieto, P., Borràs-Comes, J., & Roseano, P. (Coords.) (2010-2014). Interactive Atlas of Romance Intonation. Web page: <>.): data collection, transcription and labelling for Marseille.

Leader for an Alliance (Franco-British) project with Oxford University (PHC Alliance / EGIDE): Objective <and subjective> evaluation of rhythm in non-native speech. 2010-2012 (funding: 3500 euros /year over 2 years).



Member of 5 HDR juries and 26 PhD juries
Member of several PhD follow-up committees in external universties.
Reviewer for national (Anglophonia, CORELA, TIPA, RANAM) and international journals (CORPORA, IJES, Journal of French Language Studies, LIA, EWW).
Member of the scientific committee of national and international symposia and conferences (Speech Prosody, PAC, RFP, ALOES, PPLC, TRASP...)
Member of several recruitment committees (AMU and external universities)
Member of the CNU (2014 and 2016-2023)
Expert for the evaluation of IDEX Paris Sorbonne Cité (2015).
Expert for the APPI (Call for Internal Multidisciplinary Projects) of the University Lumière Lyon 2 (2017).
Expertise for the ANR: Generic Call for Projects in 2018 and Normandie-Emergent Call for Projects in 2020.



Supervision of 38 M1 theses (+ 4 in progress) and 17 M2 theses (+1 in progress) in English phonetics and phonology.


2014-2018 : Jean Missud (co-supervision 50% with Linda Pillière, LERMA), Analyse linguistique, stylistique et phonologique de l’adjectif composé en contexte. Contrat doctoral. Defended 2018.
2017- 2021 : Julia Bongiorno, Étude du système intonatif de l’anglais parlé à Dublin : focus sur les montées stylistiques. Defended Dec 2021.
2019- : Airelle Théveniaut (co-supervision 75% with Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin, NUIG Galway), La prosodie de la variété d’anglais dans le Gaeltacht de Galway.
Contrat doctoral.
2019- : Aïcha Rahal (co-supervision 50% with Linda Pillière, AMU, LERMA), English as a Lingua Franca in the Tunisian Tertiary-speaking Context: Features, Perception and Pedagogy.

2019- : Paulina Hurwitz (co-supervision 50% with Sylvie Hanote, FORELLIS, Université de Poitiers).

2020- : Dylan Michari, L'interaccent et son développement chez les apprenants francophones en anglais L2.

2021- : Leela Azorin (co-supervision 50% with Laure Lansari, CLILLAC-ARP, U. Paris), De be going to à gonna : étude comparée entre un coprus web et un corpus oral.


2021 Emamnuel Ferragne.

Adviser for 1 HDR in progress.




Journal articles8 documents

  • Sophie Herment. La map task comme support de production orale : retour d’expérience. Recherche et Pratiques Pédagogiques en Langues de Spécialité : Cahiers de l'APLIUT, Association des Professeurs de Langues des IUT (APLIUT), 2021, Anglais oral : enjeux théoriques et pratique(s) authentique(s), 40 (1). ⟨hal-03127881⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. Subordinate Interrogatives and Subordination in Oral Speech: Syntax and Prosody. Linx, Presses Universitaires de Paris Nanterre, 2020, 80, ⟨10.4000/linx.6362⟩. ⟨hal-03460479⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Caroline Bouzon. The various rising tones in Newcastle English: a phonological distinction?. Anglophonia / Caliban - French Journal of English Linguistics, Presses universitaires du Midi, 2020, 2020 (29). ⟨hal-02293941⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Pierre Fournier. Voice Quality in English : an Introduction. Anglophonia / Caliban - French Journal of English Linguistics, Presses universitaires du Midi, 2019, Voice Quality in English, 27/2019. ⟨hal-02339225⟩
  • Sophie Herment. Apprentissage et enseignement de la prosodie : l'importance de la visualisation. Revue Française de Linguistique Appliquée, Paris : Publications linguistiques, 2018, XIII (1), pp.73-88. ⟨hal-01811594⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. The limits between Extraposition and Right-Discocation. Cercles : Revue Pluridisciplinaire du Monde Anglophone, Université de Rouen, 2013, pp.15. ⟨hal-01486675⟩
  • Sophie Herment. Relations entre prosodie et syntaxe : le cas de quelques structures syntaxiques non neutres. Anglophonia / Caliban - French Journal of English Linguistics, Presses universitaires du Midi, 2011, pp.101-117. ⟨hal-01491739⟩
  • Sophie Herment-Dujardin. Prédication et emphase en anglais : le rôle de la prosodie. Faits de langues, Brill, 2008, pp.243-252. ⟨hal-00369931⟩

Conference papers35 documents

  • Sophie Herment, Anne Tortel, Laetitia Leonarduzzi. The British English rising contour: an exception in read speech?. 10th International Conference on Speech Prosody, May 2020, Tokyo, Japan. ⟨hal-02496587⟩
  • Sophie Herment. La « map-task » comme support de production orale en classe : retour d’expérience. Journées d’études de l’ALOES, Quelle authenticité pour (l’enseignement de) l’anglais oral ?, Mar 2019, Metz, France. ⟨hal-02151653⟩
  • Anne Tortel, Sophie Herment. The intonation contour of non-finality revisited: implications for ESL teaching. 6th International Conference on English Pronunciation: Issues and Practices (EPIP 6), May 2019, Skopje, Macedonia. ⟨hal-02099192⟩
  • Julia Bongiorno, Sophie Herment. PAC Prosody: An extension of the original PAC protocol. Colloque international PAC 2019, « Phonetic and phonological variation in contemporary English: Xperience-Xperimentation », Jun 2019, Aix-en-Provence, France. ⟨hal-02151650⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Anne Tortel. Le contour montant en lecture : une exception ?. 59ème Congrès de la SAES: L'exception, Jun 2019, Aix-en-Provence, France. ⟨hal-02151651⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Anne Tortel, Gabor Turcsan. Examples of teaching with PAC. Colloque international PAC 2019, « Phonetic and phonological variation in contemporary English: Xperience-Xperimentation », Jun 2019, Aix-en-Provence, France. ⟨hal-02151652⟩
  • Anne Tortel, Sophie Herment. La voyelle inaccentuée en position initiale : analyses acoustiques et enjeux pédagogiques pour l'anglais L2. XXXIIe Journées d’Études sur la Parole, Jun 2018, Aix-en-Provence, France. ⟨10.21437/JEP.2018-67⟩. ⟨hal-01811589⟩
  • Julia Bongiorno, Sophie Herment. A qualitative analysis of rising tones in Dublin English. 9th international conference on Speech Prosody , Jun 2018, Poznan, Poland. ⟨hal-01814067⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. Construction of the cleft meaning through prosody. 57ème Congrès de la SAES, Jun 2017, Reims, France. ⟨hal-01626558⟩
  • Julia Bongiorno, Sophie Herment. Intonation in Dublin English: main characteristics and focus on rising tones. PAC 2017 international conference, Sep 2017, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01626557⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. How prosody and syntax interact: the case of English it-clefts. 39th annual conference of the German Linguistic Society, Mar 2017, Saarbrücken, Germany. ⟨hal-01626560⟩
  • Sophie Herment. De l’importance de l’intonation pour le message : application pédagogique des 3 T de Halliday. Journée d’étude ALOES 2017 La phonologie de l’anglais : théorie et terrain - La langue orale : de la formation à la pratique pédagogique en classe, Mar 2017, Limoges, France. ⟨hal-01626559⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. (Un)headed Relative Clauses Associated with BE: Clefts or Non-Clefts?. International Workshop on Non-Prototypical Clefts, KU Leuven, Dec 2016, Leuven, Belgium. ⟨hal-01468923⟩
  • Clara Rodrigues da Mota, Sophie Herment. The pragmatic functions of the final particle eh and of High Rising Terminals in Canadian English: quite similar, eh !. International Conference on Speech Prosody, May 2016, Boston, Unknown Region. ⟨10.21437/SpeechProsody.2016-180⟩. ⟨hal-01462239⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Anne Tortel. The pronunciation of unstressed initial by French learners of English: perspectives for automatic assessment. ALOES 2016 Pre-conference workshop "Learner scoring and automatic assessment for spoken data?”, Mar 2016, Paris, Unknown Region. ⟨hal-01462238⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Caroline Bouzon. Variation in Newcastle intonation: the use of the rising tone. Colloque de Villetaneuse sur l'anglais oral, Apr 2016, Villetaneuse, Unknown Region. non paginé. ⟨hal-01462234⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment, Gabor Turcsan. Constitution et exploitation de corpus oraux: illustration. Nouvelles Approches du Corpus en Linguistique Anglaise, Jun 2016, Avignon, Région indéterminée. pp.37. ⟨hal-01462168⟩
  • Anne Tortel, Sophie Herment. e> reduction in English: phonological change and pedagogical implications. EPIP4, May 2015, Prague, Czech Republic. ⟨hal-01363455⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. An Exploration of Phonosyntax in Newcastle English. 4th International Conference on English Pronunciation: Issues and Practices (EPIP4) 4, May 2015, Prague, Czech Republic. non paginé. ⟨hal-01498882⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Laetitia Leonarduzzi. Négation et prosodie en anglais contemporain. Journée d'étude "négation", Jun 2015, Paris, France. pp.1-18. ⟨hal-01498877⟩
  • Anne Tortel, Sophie Herment. Initial reduction in English: phonological change and pedagogical implications. EPIP 4: 4th international conference on english pronunciation: issues & practices, May 2015, Prague, Czech Republic. à paraître (en 2015). ⟨hal-01363433⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Laurent Rouveyrol. Emphase et variation individuelle dans le débat télévisé : paramètres acoustiques et pragmatico-énonciatifs. XIIè colloque international de Villetaneuse sur l'anglais oral, Apr 2014, Villetaneuse, France. pp.59-70. ⟨hal-01514710⟩
  • Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie, Sophie Herment. Are intonational patterns crucial in the interpretation of questions ?. Workshop on Non-Canonical Questions and Interface Issues, 2014, Constance-Hegne, Germany. ⟨halshs-01428498⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. From syntax to discourse to prosody and from prosody to discourse (to syntax?): the case of IT-clefts. Congrès de la SAES, May 2014, Caen, France. non paginé. ⟨hal-01507651⟩
  • Nicolas Ballier, Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie, Sophie Herment, Anne Tortel. Modélisation de l’intonation interlangue: le cas des questions. XXXe Journées d’Études sur la Parole (JEP 2014), Jun 2014, Le Mans, France. pp.740-748. ⟨hal-01239080⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Nicolas Ballier, Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie, Anne Tortel. Modeling interlanguage intonation: the case of questions. Speech Prosody 7, Trinity College Dublin, May 2014, Dublin, Ireland. ⟨hal-01239050⟩
  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. Non canonical syntactic structures in discourse : tonality, tonicity and tones in English (semi-)spontaneous speech. Interspeech 2013, Aug 2013, Lyon, France. pp.1453-1457. ⟨hal-01510224⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Gabor Turcsan. A heuristic corpus for English word prosody: disyllabic nonce words. Tools and Resources for the Analysis of Speech Prosody, Aug 2013, Aix-en-Provence, France. pp.24-26. ⟨hal-01510225⟩
  • Daniel Hirst, Brigitte Bigi, Hyongsil Cho, Hongwei Ding, Sophie Herment, et al.. Building OMProDat: an open multilingual prosodic database. Tools and Resources for the Analysis of Speech Prosody, Aug 2013, Aix-en-Provence, France. pp.11-14. ⟨hal-01510196⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Laetitia Leonarduzzi. The Pragmatic Functions of Prosody in English Cleft Sentences. Speech Prosody 6, May 2012, Shanghai, China. pp.713-716. ⟨hal-01510449⟩
  • Céline de Looze, Na Zhi, Cyril Auran, Hyong-Sil Cho, Sophie Herment, et al.. Providing linguists with better tools: Daniel Hirst's contribution to prosodic annotation. Speech Prosody 6, May 2012, Shanghai, China. pp.615-620. ⟨hal-01510454⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Anastassia Loukina, Anne Tortel, Brigitte Bigi. AixOx, a multi-layered learners corpus: automatic annotation. 4th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics, Mar 2012, Jaèn, SPAIN, Spain. ⟨hal-01363458⟩
  • Clara Rodrigues da Mota, Sophie Herment. Le marqueur eh et l'intonation terminale montante en anglais canadien : similitudes et différences. Journée d'étude "Combinatoire de marqueurs en anglais oral spontané ", Apr 2011, Paris, France. non paginé. ⟨hal-01514709⟩
  • Sophie Herment-Dujardin, Daniel J. Hirst. L'emphase en anglais : critères acoustiques et analyse statistique. Tentative de définition. Interfaces Prosodiques, Mar 2003, Nantes, France. pp.51-56. ⟨hal-00369933⟩
  • Sophie Herment-Dujardin, Daniel J. Hirst. Emphasis in English: a perceptual study based on manipulated synthetic speech.. Speech Prosody, Apr 2002, Aix-en-Provence, France. pp.379-382. ⟨hal-00369977⟩

Conference poster1 document

  • Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Sophie Herment. Focus in English cleft sentences: a prosodic, syntactic and discourse analysis. Prosody Discourse Interface Conference, Sep 2011, Salford, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-03548212⟩

Books2 documents

  • Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie, Mathieu Avanzi, Sophie Herment. Prosody and languages in contact: L2 acquisition, attrition and languages in multilingual situations. Springer Verlag, pp.1-291, 2015, 978-3-662-45167-0. ⟨hal-01473993⟩
  • Sophie Herment. Travaux Interdisciplinaires sur la Parole et le Langage vol. 30 - La proéminence à l'oral / prominences in spoken language. non paginé, 2014. ⟨hal-01475385⟩

Book sections10 documents

  • Sophie Herment, Anne Tortel. The intonation contour of non-finality revisited Implications for EFL teaching. Kirkova-Naskova, A.; Henderson, A.; Fouz-González, J. English pronunciation instruction: Research-based insights, John Benjamins Publishing, pp.176 - 195, 2021, Applied linguistics series, ⟨10.1075/aals.19.08her⟩. ⟨hal-03418097⟩
  • Sophie Herment. L’interface syntaxe/prosodie : réinterprétation en discours oral et approche discursive de la prosodie. Gaudy-Campbell, I.; Horgues, C. Linguistique anglaise et oralité : vers une approche intégrée, Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle, pp.110-125, 2019. ⟨hal-02099180⟩
  • Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie, Sophie Herment. Intonation et interprétation des questions : un puzzle pluridimensionnel. Béguelin, M-J.; Coveney, A.; Guryev, A. L'interrogative en français, Peter Lang, pp.51-78, 2018, Collection Sciences pour la Communication, 978-3-0343-3290-3. ⟨halshs-01425412⟩
  • Gabor Turcsan, Sophie Herment. Making sense of nonce word stress in English. Jose A. Mompean And Jonas Fouz. Investigating English Pronunciation: Current Trends and Directions., Palgrave Macmillan, pp.23-46, 2015. ⟨hal-01480817⟩
  • Gabor Turcsan, Sophie Herment. L'anglais du Nord de l'Irlande. Brulard Inès And Carr Philip And Durand Jacques. La prononciation de l'anglais contemporain dans le monde : Variation et structure, Presses Universitaires du Mirail, pp.183-198, 2015, 978-2-8107-0382-1. ⟨hal-01480815⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Laetitia Leonarduzzi. L'expression de la saillance dans les clivées en wh- en anglais contemporain: prosodie, syntaxe, discours. Maryvonne Boisseau; Albert Hamm. Saillance. La saillance en langue et en discours, 2, Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, pp.85-102, 2015, 978-2-84867-513-8. ⟨hal-01306867⟩
  • Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie, Sophie Herment, Mathieu Avanzi. Introduction. Delais-Roussarie Elisabeth And Avanzi Mathieu And Herment Sophie. Prosody and Language in Contact : L2 Acquisition, Attrition and Languages in Multilingual Situations, Verlag Springer, pp.1-4, 2015. ⟨hal-01480805⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Anne Tortel, Brigitte Bigi, Daniel J. Hirst, Anastassia Loukina. AixOx, a multi-layered learners corpus: automatic annotation. Díaz Pérez J.; Díaz Negrillo A. Specialisation and variation in language corpora, Linguistic insights (179), Peter Lang, pp.41-76, 2014, 978-3035107135. ⟨hal-01363434⟩
  • Sophie Herment. The pedagogical implications of variability in transcription, the case of [i] and [u].: Proceedings of the first international conference. Henderson, A. English Pronunciation : Issues and Practices (EPIP), Editions de l'université de Savoie, pp.177-188, 2010, collection Langages. ⟨hal-00576841⟩
  • Sophie Dujardin-Herment. Etude perceptive sur la focalisation en anglais : paramètres acoustiques, prosodiques et sémantiques. Wlodarczyk Hélène. La Focalisation dans les langues, L'Harmattan, pp.309-318, 2006. ⟨hal-00241548⟩

Other publications3 documents

  • Sophie Herment, Anastassia Loukina, Anne Tortel. AixOx. 2012. ⟨hal-01363437⟩
  • Sophie Herment, Valérie Kerfelec, Laetitia Leonarduzzi, Gabor Turcsan. A Learners' Corpus of Reading Texts. 2010. ⟨hal-01626563⟩
  • Sophie Herment. COEC: a Corpus of English Conversation. 2010. ⟨hal-01626562⟩

Preprints, Working Papers, ...1 document

  • Sophie Herment. Is intensity a relevant criterion in the perception of spontaneous speech? The case of emphasis in English.. 2012. ⟨hal-01489663⟩

Theses1 document

  • Sophie Herment-Dujardin. L'emphase dans le discours spontané anglais : corrélats acoustiques et prosodiques. Linguistique. Université de Provence - Aix-Marseille I, 2001. Français. ⟨tel-00010114⟩

Habilitation à diriger des recherches1 document

  • Sophie Herment. De l'emphase à la phonologie de la proéminence, pour une approche perceptuelle de la prosodie de corpus. Linguistique. Université Paris Diderot (Paris 7) Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2013. ⟨tel-01626556⟩