Dr Anna Tristram’s research focuses on variation and change in French morphosyntax. Wider research interests include the sociolinguistics and socio-historical linguistics of French, especially with reference to morphosyntactic features; prescriptivism and its influence on language use; language and identity; language and gender; and language attitudes.
Her current research project investigates variation and change in future temporal reference in French, and a new project will investigate language attitudes using data from Twitter.
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