Jules Gilliéron

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Jules Gilliéron (December 21, 1854 – April 26, 1926) was a Swiss-French linguist and dialectologist. From 1883 until his death, he taught dialectology at the École pratique des hautes études in Paris.[1] In 1887, he co-founded the Revue des patois gallo-romans (Journal of Gallo-Romance dialects), which was published until 1893.[1] His most notable work was the monumental Atlas Linguistique de la France (Linguistic Atlas of France), published between 1902 and 1910.[1]

Selected works[edit]

  • La Faillite de l'étymologie phonétique: résumé de conférences faites à l'École pratique des hautes études (1919), Neuveville: Beerstecher.
  • Atlas Linguistique de la France (1902–1910) (with Edmond Edmont), Paris: E. Champion.
  • Pathologie et thérapeutique verbales (1921), Paris: E. Champion.
  • Les étymologies des étymologistes et celles du peuple (1922), Paris: E. Champion.
  • Ménagiana du XXe siècle (1922), Paris: E. Champion.
  • Thaumaturgie linguistique (1923), Paris: E. Champion.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Pedroni, Matteo (13 October 2004). "Gilliéron, Jules". Dictionnaire historique de la Suisse (in French). Retrieved 4 November 2015.