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Isabelle Violette is an adjunct professor in the Department of French Studies at the University of Moncton.  She received her PhD in Language Sciences from the University of Moncton under the co-direction of the University François-Rabelais (2010), her research interests include linguistic minorities, immigration, linguistic nationalism and linguistic ideologies.  She is principally concerned with the study of sociolinguistic issues concerning francophone immigration in the bilingual region of Moncton.  Currently, she is preparing a critical ethnography of the Acadian community of Cap-Pelé (N.B.) addressing the linguistic dynamics of migratory trajectories and the modalities of integration employed by temporary foreign workers.  Her research has been published in journals such as Anthropologie et Sociétés, Langage et société, Francophonies d’Amérique as well as in diverse anthologies concerning Canadian francophonie.

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