Maxime Seveleu-Dubrovnik

Scientist, publisher in Paris

Re­sear­cher at FIAS Paris. Pro­jects in lin­guis­tics: Sla­vic, Middle-Eas­tern lan­gua­ges; lan­guage plan­ning. PhD (2017), for­mer stu­dent (élève) at École Normale (2010—14).

— Mem­ber of the FIAS’s edi­to­ri­al board (edi­to­ri­al guide­lines), pub­li­shing edi­tor un­der the im­print Vodary Paris (li­te­ra­tures of the world pub­lished in ori­gi­nal), it’s foun­der.

Projects in linguistics

Persian language, Hebrew

→ Preparation for printing of the seminars on Persian language at ENS and FIAS (2016).

→ French edition of the work حمید فروخ‎ «ما فارسی بلدیم».

→ Materials preparation and tagging for the séminaire d’ouverture linguistique (section d’hébreu) at ENS — 1) ‎הורוויץ‎ 2) ‏אורה קוץ

Initiative to write Persian language with Latin script — section at FIAS.

Belarusan and other slavic

Three Belarusan scripts

Belarusan texts. Test texts to probe Belarusan writing systems (кір, łat, اراب). (Mistakes persist, images mal-assorted).

Standardizing Belarusan Arabic script.

→ Providing for wider usage of the Belarusan Latin script (while conserving the primacy of the Cyrillic script) through publishing / printing / constituting corpora of Belarusan Latin-script content. Making accessible in Latin script main Belarusan culture-forming works.

→ Finalizing administrative documents (AFNIL, ISSN @ BNF) for the Belarusan series at the Éditions Vodary Paris, to be able to print books in Belarusan Latin script.

Glagolitic

Organization of the séminaire des études slaves, preparing Russian-language didactic materials for the Glagolitic script. First take — «Winnie-the-Pooh» in Glagolitic. As soon as « Le petit corpus de textes russes » par Hardt appears, its translation into Glagolitic.

Translations

→ Translating the nonfiction works of Herbert G. Wells into Belarusan and then Russian.

→ Translating Persian masterpieces into Belarusan.

Identity names: Максим Севелев-Дубровник, Максім Севелеў-Дуброўнік, Maxime Seveleu-Dubrovnik
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