Bien Dobui

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Adjunct Faculty

Dobui got her Bachelors Degree in French at San Francisco State University in 2007, and continued her education with a Masters Degree in Linguistics at the City University of New York Graduate Center in 2014.

She taught English for Economics Majors at the Université Paris est Marne la Vallée. She then taught English as a Foreign Language in (Topics in Anthropology) and (Topics in Social Psychology) at the Université Paris I Panthéon.

She worked as a credits coordinator at Barnard College in 2011 to 2013.

“Valorisation par la clandestinité : travail et éducation d’une association linguistique à New York, in Minorités invisibles, ed. Ksenija Léonard,” by Bien DoBui and Daniel Kaufman published Michel Houdiard in 2014. “Résistance par l’élaboration linguistique : le cas de l’amuzgo », in Contacts (ou conflits) de langues en contexte postcommuniste et postcolonial,” by Bien DoBui published by Presses Universitaires de la Méditerranée-PULM in 2017. “L’écriture de grammaire de langues en danger,” by Bien DoBui et Flore Picard published in ELIS and 2018

Research grantee by the Society of Endangered Languages (GBS) of the University of Cologne, in 2015.