Martin holds an M.A. in French Linguistics (Indiana University, 2016), an M.A. in Translation (Université d'Angers, 2011), and a B.A. in English and Anglophone Studies (Université d'Angers, 2008). He is currently a Ph. D. student in French Linguistics, with a focus on the study of linguistic and sociolinguistic variation in political speech. His dissertation explores interactions in the production of three linguistic variables (liaison, schwa, and ne) in the speech of French politicians, based on a corpus of speeches and interviews. In addition, he is interested in studying dialectology and the history of French.
Ph.D. Candidate, French Linguistics