Publications

Articles
  1. Takemura, Akiko & Pellard, Thomas & Hwang, Hyun Kyung & Vance, Timothy J. 2019. Rendaku in place names across Japanese dialects. Reports of the Keio Institute of Cultural and Linguistic Studies (言語文化研究所紀要) 50. 79–89.
  2. Pellard, Thomas & Sagart, Laurent & Jacques, Guillaume. 2018. L’indo-européen n’est pas un mythe. Bulletin de la Société Linguistique de Paris 113(1). 79–102.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.2143/BSL.113.1.3285465
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01871582
  3. Pellard, Thomas. 2016. Why /r/ is not a special, empty consonant in Japanese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 25(4). 351–383.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/s10831-016-9147-4
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01356834
  4. Pellard, Thomas. 2014. The awakened lord: The name of the Buddha in East Asia. Journal of the American Oriental Society 134(4). 689–698.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.7817/jameroriesoci.134.4.689
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01289243
  5. Pellard, Thomas. 2012. Converbs and their desubordination in Ōgami Ryukyuan. Gengo Kenkyū (言語研究) 142. 95–117.
    Open access http://www.ls-japan.org/modules/documents/LSJpapers/journals/142_pellard.pdf
  6. Igarashi, Yōsuke (五十嵐 陽介) & Takubo, Yukinori (田窪 行則) & Hayashi, Yuka (林 由華) & Pellard, Thomas & Kubo, Tomoyuki (久保 智之). 2012. Ryūkyū Miyakogo Ikema hōgen no akusento wa sankei deatte nikei dewanai (琉球宮古語池間方言のアクセント体系は三型であって二型ではない) [The Ikema dialect of Miyako Ryukyuan has a three-, not two-, pattern accent system]. Onsei Kenkyū (音声研究) 16(1). 1–15.
    DOIOpen access https://doi.org/10.24467/onseikenkyu.16.1_134
  7. Pellard, Thomas. 2008. Proto-Japonic *e and *o in Eastern Old Japanese. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 37(2). 133–158.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1163/1960602808X00055
    Open access https://www.persee.fr/doc/clao_0153-3320_2008_num_37_2_1850
Chapitres de livre | Book chapters
  1. Takemura, Akiko & Pellard, Thomas. 2020. Nasō to nasasō no shiyō jittai no keiryōteki chōsa (ナソウとナサソウの使用実態の計量的調査) [A quantitative study of the usage nasō and nasasō]. In Kishimoto Hideki kyōju kanreki kinen ronbunshū (岸本秀樹教授還暦記念論文集) [Festschrift for Hideki Kishimoto]. (Accepted).
  2. Pellard, Thomas. 2020. Ryukyuan and the reconstruction of proto-Japanese-Ryukyuan. In Frellesvig, Bjarke & Kinsui, Satoshi & Whitman, John (eds.), Handbook of Japanese historical linguistics. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. (Accepted).
    Open access http://www.academia.edu/35301776/Ryukyuan_and_the_reconstruction_of_proto-Japanese-Ryukyuan
  3. Pellard, Thomas. 2019. Hikaku gengogaku (比較言語学) [Comparative linguistics]. In Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.), Meikai hōgengaku jiten, 119–120. Tokyo: Sanseidō.
  4. Pellard, Thomas. 2019. Kyōjiron, tsūjiron (共時論・通時論) [Synchrony, diachrony]. In Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.), Meikai hōgengaku jiten, 47–48. Tokyo: Sanseidō.
  5. Pellard, Thomas. 2019. Nichi-ryū sogo (日琉祖語) [Proto-Japonic]. In Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.), Meikai hōgengaku jiten, 113. Tokyo: Sanseidō.
  6. Pellard, Thomas. 2019. On henka (音変化) [Sound change]. In Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.), Meikai hōgengaku jiten, 28–29. Tokyo: Sanseidō.
  7. Pellard, Thomas. 2017. A (more) comparative approach to some Japanese etymologies. In McClure, William & Vovin, Alexander (eds.), Studies in Japanese and Korean historical and theoretical linguistics and beyond, 55–64. Leiden: Brill.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004351134_007
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01584927
  8. Pellard, Thomas & Yamada, Masahiro. 2017. Verb morphology and conjugation classes in Dunan (Yonaguni). In Kiefer, Ferenc & Blevins, James P. & Bartos, Huba (eds.), Perspectives on morphological organization, 31–49. Leiden: Brill.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004342934_004
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01493096
  9. Pellard, Thomas. 2016. Nichiryū sogo no bunki nendai (日琉祖語の分岐年代) [The date of separation of the proto-Japonic language]. In Takubo, Yukinori (田窪 行則) & Whitman, John (ジョン・ホイットマン) & Hirako, Tatsuya (平子 達也) (eds.), Ryūkyū shogo to Kodai Nihongo: Nichiryū sogo no saiken ni mukete (琉球諸語と古代日本語:日琉祖語の再建に向けて) [Ryukyuan and premodern Japanese: Toward the reconstruction of proto-Japanese-Ryukyuan], 99–124. Tokyo: Kuroshio Shuppan.
  10. Pellard, Thomas. 2015. The linguistic archeology of the Ryukyu Islands. In Heinrich, Patrick & Miyara, Shinsho & Shimoji, Michinori (eds.), Handbook of the Ryukyuan languages: History, structure, and use, 13–37. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1515/9781614511151.13
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01289257
  11. Pellard, Thomas. 2015. Ōgami hōgen (Okinawa-ken Miyakojima-shi Hirara Ōgami) (大神方言(沖縄県宮古島市平良大神)) [Ōgami dialect (Okinawa prefecture, Miyakojima city, Hirara Ōgami)]. In Ogawa, Shinji (小川 晋史) (ed.), Ryūkyū no kotoba no kakikata (琉球のことばの書き方) [How to write the Ryukyuan languages], 169–177. Tokyo: Kuroshio Shuppan.
  12. Yamada, Masahiro & Pellard, Thomas & Shimoji, Michinori. 2015. Dunan grammar (Yonaguni Ryukyuan). In Heinrich, Patrick & Miyara, Shinsho & Shimoji, Michinori (eds.), Handbook of the Ryukyuan languages: History, structure, and use, 449–478. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1515/9781614511151.449
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01289268
  13. Pellard, Thomas. 2013. Nihon rettō no gengo no tayōsei: Ryūkyū shogo o chūshin ni (日本列島の言語の多様性:琉球諸語を中心に) [The linguistic diversity of the Japanese archipelago: With a focus on the Ryukyuan languages]. In Takubo, Yukinori (田窪 行則) (ed.), Ryūkyū rettō no gengo to bunka: Sono kiroku to keishō (琉球列島の言語と文化:その記録と継承) [The languages and cultures of the Ryūkyū Islands: Documentation and transmission], 81–92. Tokyo: Kuroshio Shuppan.
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01289782
  14. Pellard, Thomas. 2013. Ryukyuan perspectives on the Proto-Japonic vowel system. In Frellesvig, Bjarke & Sells, Peter (eds.), Japanese/Korean linguistics, vol. 20, 81–96. Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information Publications.
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01289288
  15. Yamada, Masahiro (山田 真寛) & Pellard, Thomas. 2013. Dunan (Yonaguni)-go no gengo shiyō (ドゥナン(与那国)語の言語使用) [Usages of the Dunan (Yonaguni) language]. In Takubo, Yukinori (田窪 行則) (ed.), Ryūkyū rettō no gengo to bunka: Sono kiroku to keishō (琉球列島の言語と文化:その記録と継承) [The languages and cultures of the Ryūkyū Islands: Documentation and transmission], 93–107. Tokyo: Kuroshio Shuppan.
  16. Yamada, Masahiro (山田 真寛) & Pellard, Thomas (下地 理則) & Shimoji, Michinori. 2013. Dunan (Yonaguni)-go no kan’i bunpō to shizen danwa shiryō (ドゥナン(与那国)語の簡易文法と自然談話資料) [Grammatical sketch and natural discourse data of Dunan (Yonaguni)]. In Takubo, Yukinori (田窪 行則) (ed.), Ryūkyū rettō no gengo to bunka: Sono kiroku to keishō (琉球列島の言語と文化:その記録と継承) [The languages and cultures of the Ryūkyū Islands: Documentation and transmission], 291–324. Tokyo: Kuroshio Shuppan.
  17. Hirako, Tatsuya (平子 達也) & Pellard, Thomas. 2013. Hachijōgo no furusa to atarashisa (八丈語の古さと新しさ) [Old and new aspects of the Hachijō language]. In Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.), Shōmetsu kiki hōgen no chōsa, hozon no tame no sōgōteki kenkyū: Hachijō hōgen chōsa hōkokusho (消滅危機方言の調査・保存のための総合的研究:八丈方言調査報告書) [General study for research and conservation of endangered dialects in Japan: Research report on Hachijō dialect], 47–67. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    Open access http://pj.ninjal.ac.jp/endangered/report/hachijo.html
  18. Pellard, Thomas (林 由華) & Hayashi, Yuka. 2012. Miyako shohōgen no on’in: Taikei to hikaku (宮古諸方言の音韻:体系と比較) [Phonology of the Miyako Ryukyuan dialects: Systems and their comparison]. In Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.), Shōmetsu kiki hōgen no chōsa, hozon no tame no sōgōteki kenkyū: Minami Ryūkyū Miyako hōgen chōsa hōkokusho (消滅危機方言の調査・保存のための総合的研究:南琉球宮古方言調査報告書) [General research for research and conservation of endangered dialects in Japan: Research report on Miyako Ryukyuan], 13–51. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    Open access http://pj.ninjal.ac.jp/endangered/report/miyako.html
  19. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Ōgami (Miyako Ryukyuan). In Shimoji, Michinori & Pellard, Thomas (eds.), An introduction to Ryukyuan languages, 113–166. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa.
    Open access http://hdl.handle.net/10108/70116
Actes de colloque | Conference proceedings
  1. Pellard, Thomas. 2016. Ryūkyū shogo no furusa to atarashisa: Boin to shiin ni tsuite (琉球諸語の古さと新しさ:母音と子音について) [Old and new aspects of the Ryukyuan languages: On vowels and consonants]. In Proceedings of the 2016 Spring meeting of the Society for Japanese Linguistics. Tokyo: Society for Japanese Linguistics.
  2. Pellard, Thomas. 2011. Kiete yuku chiisana shima no kotoba (消えてゆく小さな島のことば) [The disappearing languages of small islands]. In Nihon no hōgen no tayōsei o mamoru tame ni (日本の方言の多様性を守るために) [For the preservation of the diversity of Japanese dialects], 24–31. Tokyo: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    DOIOpen access https://doi.org/10.15084/00000892
  3. Pellard, Thomas. 2011. The historical position of the Ryukyuan languages. In Historical linguistics in the Asia-Pacific region and the position of Japanese, 55–64. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01682958
  4. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Miyakogo Ōgami hōgen no fukudōshi to datsujūzokuka (宮古語大神方言の副動詞と脱従属化) [Converbs and their desubordination in the Ōgami dialect of Miyako Ryukyuan]. In Proceedings of the 140th Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, 316–321. Tsukuba: Linguistic Society of Japan.
Contributions à des corpus | Contributions to corpora
  1. Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.). 2017. Shōmetsu kiki hōgen no chōsa, hozon no tame no sōgōteki kenkyū: Yoron, Okinoerabu hōgen chōsa hōkokusho (消滅危機方言の調査・保存のための総合的研究:与論・沖永良部方言調査報告書) [General study for research and conservation of endangered dialects in Japan: Research report on Yoron and Okinoerabu dialect]. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    Open access http://pj.ninjal.ac.jp/endangered/report/research-report-on-yoron-and-okierabu-dialect.html
  2. Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.). 2016. Shōmetsu kiki hōgen no chōsa, hozon no tame no sōgōteki kenkyū: Izumo hōgen chōsa hōkokusho (消滅危機方言の調査・保存のための総合的研究:出雲方言調査報告書) [General study for research and conservation of endangered dialects in Japan: Research report on Izumo dialect]. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    Open access http://pj.ninjal.ac.jp/endangered/report/research-report-on-izumo-dialect.html
  3. Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.). 2016. Shōmetsu kiki hōgen no chōsa, hozon no tame no sōgōteki kenkyū: Kume-jima hōgen chōsa hōkokusho (消滅危機方言の調査・保存のための総合的研究:久米島方言調査報告書) [General study for research and conservation of endangered dialects in Japan: Research report on Kume-jima dialect]. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    Open access http://pj.ninjal.ac.jp/endangered/report/research-report-on-kumejima-dialect.html
  4. Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.). 2013. Shōmetsu kiki hōgen no chōsa, hozon no tame no sōgōteki kenkyū: Hachijō hōgen chōsa hōkokusho (消滅危機方言の調査・保存のための総合的研究:八丈方言調査報告書) [General study for research and conservation of endangered dialects in Japan: Research report on Hachijō dialect]. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    Open access http://pj.ninjal.ac.jp/endangered/report/hachijo.html
  5. Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) (ed.). 2012. Shōmetsu kiki hōgen no chōsa, hozon no tame no sōgōteki kenkyū: Minami Ryūkyū Miyako hōgen chōsa hōkokusho (消滅危機方言の調査・保存のための総合的研究:南琉球宮古方言調査報告書) [General research for research and conservation of endangered dialects in Japan: Research report on Miyako Ryukyuan]. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    Open access http://pj.ninjal.ac.jp/endangered/report/miyako.html
  6. Kibe, Nobuko (木部 暢子) & Kubozono, Haruo (窪薗 晴夫) & Shimoji, Kayoko (下地 賀代子) & Lawrence, Wayne (ローレンス・ウエイン) & Matsumori, Akiko (松森 晶子) & Takeda, Kōko (竹田 晃子). 2011. Shōmetsu kiki hōgen no chōsa, hozon no tame no sōgōteki kenkyū: Kikai-jima hōgen chōsa hōkokusho (消滅危機方言の調査・保存のための総合的研究:喜界島方言調査報告書) [General study for research and conservation of endangered dialects in Japan: Research report on the Kikaijima dialects]. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics.
    Open access http://pj.ninjal.ac.jp/endangered/report/kikaijima.html
Compte-rendus | Reviews
  1. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Review of Frellesvig, Bjarke & Whitman, John (eds.), 2008, Proto-Japanese: Issues and prospects, Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 39(1). 95–114.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1163/1960602810X00089
    Open access https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00771242
  2. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Review of Bentley, John R., 2008, A linguistic history of the forgotten islands: A reconstruction of the proto-language of the Southern Ryukyus, Folkestone: Global Oriental. Diachronica 27(1). 170–176.
    DOI https://doi.org/10.1075/dia.27.1.07pel
    Open access https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00529143
  3. Pellard, Thomas. 2005. Review of Beckwith, Christopher I., 2004, Koguryo, the language of Japan’s continental relatives: An introduction to the historical-comparative study of the Japanese-Koguryoic languages with a preliminary description of Archaic Northeastern Middle Chinese, Leiden: Brill. Korean Studies 29. 167–170.
    DOIOpen access https://doi.org/10.1353/ks.2006.0008
Directions d’ouvrage | Edited volumes
  1. Shimoji, Michinori & Pellard, Thomas (eds.). 2010. An introduction to Ryukyuan languages. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa.
    Open access http://repository.tufs.ac.jp/simple-search?query=An+introduction+to+Ryukyuan+languages&submit=simple-search
Communications invitées à des colloques | Invited conference presentations
  1. Pellard, Thomas. 2018. Nichiryū shogo no keitō bunrui ni tsuite (日琉諸語の系統分類と分岐について) [On the phylogenetic classification and the separation of the Japonic languages]. Paper presented at Fīrudo to bunken kara miru Nichiryū shogo no keitō to rekishi (フィールドと文献から見る日琉諸語の系統と歴史) [Phylesis and the history of the Japonic languages from philological and field linguistic perspectives]. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language & Linguistics. 22–23 December 2018.
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01964852
  2. Pellard, Thomas. 2018. The comparative study of the Japonic languages. Paper presented at Approaches to endangered languages in Japan and Northeast Asia. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language & Linguistics. 6–9 August 2018.
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01856152
  3. Pellard, Thomas. 2016. Ryūkyū shogo no kai bunrui (琉球諸語の下位分類) [Subclassification of the Ryukyuan languages]. Paper presented at “Nihongo no kigen wa dono yȭ ni ronjirarete kita ka: Nihon gengogakushi no hikari to kage” Dai 3-kai kyōdō kenkyūkai. Kyoto: International Research Center for Japanese Studies. 30–31 August 2016.
  4. Pellard, Thomas. 2016. Typological and historical-comparative perspectives on tone and vowel length in Ryukyuan. Paper presented at Japanese and Korean accent: Diachrony, reconstruction, and typology. Tokyo: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. 2–3 July 2016.
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01416041
  5. Pellard, Thomas. 2013. Language dispersal in the Ryukyu Islands. Paper presented at Dispersion of people, crops, and language: Hokkaido and Ryukyus. Kyoto: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics & Research Institute for Humanity and Nature. 23–24 February 2013.
  6. Pellard, Thomas. 2013. Nichi-ryū sogo no bunki nendai (日琉祖語の分岐年代) [The date of separation of the proto-Japonic language]. Paper presented at Ryūkyū shogo to Kodai Nihongo ni kansuru hikaku gengogakuteki kenkyū. Kyoto: Kyoto University. 19–20 February 2013.
  7. Pellard, Thomas. 2012. Kita-Ryūkyū shohōgen ni mirareru chōboin to onchō no taiō kankei ni tsuite: Okinawago chūnanbu hōgen ni okeru C-keiretsu no gotō chōboin wo chūshin ni (北琉球諸方言に見られる長母音と音調の対応関係について:沖縄語中南部方言におけるC系列のご語頭長母音を中心に) [On the correspondence between long vowels and tone in Northern Ryukyuan: Concentrating on the inital long vowels of C-class words in Southern Okinawan]. Paper presented at. Tachikawa: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics. 7 August 2012.
  8. Pellard, Thomas. 2012. Ryūkyū shogo to Nihongo no shiteki kankei (琉球諸語と日本語の史的関係) [The historical relationship of Ryukyuan and Japanese]. Paper presented at 37th Meeting of the Kansai Linguistic Society. Kobe: Kansai Linguistic Society. 2–3 June 2012.
  9. Pellard, Thomas. 2011. Japanese and the other Japonic languages: The historical position of the Ryukyuan languages. Paper presented at Historical linguistics in the Asia-Pacific region and the position of Japanese. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology. 30 July 2011.
    Open access https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01682958
  10. Pellard, Thomas. 2011. Ryūkyū shogo hikaku on’inron no mikaiketsu mondai (琉球諸語比較音韻論の未解決問題) [Unresolved problems of Ryukyuan historical phonology]. Paper presented at Kodai Nihongo to Ryūkyūgo no kenkyū. Kyoto: University of Kyoto. 12 March 2011.
  11. Pellard, Thomas. 2011. Hikaku rekishi gengogaku to kijutsu gengogaku no kankei: Ryūkyū shogo no baai (比較歴史言語学と記述言語学の関係:琉球諸語の場合) [The relationship of comparative historical linguistics and descriptive linguistics: The case of the Ryukyuan languages]. Paper presented at Dai 3-kai Ryūkyū keishō gengo sinpojiumu. Tokyo: Ryukyuan Heritage Language Society. 5 March 2011.
  12. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Kiete yuku chiisana shima no kotoba (消えてゆく小さな島のことば) [The disappearing languages of small islands]. Paper presented at Nihon no hōgen no tayōsei o mamoru tame ni. Tokyo: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics. 18 December 2010.
  13. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Nichi-Ryū sogo no boin ni tsuite: Hikaku on’inron no hōhō to jissen (日琉祖語の母音について:比較音韻論の方法と実践) [The Proto-Japonic vowels: Methods and pratice of comparative phonology]. Paper presented at Methods and practice of diachronic phonology in Japanese. Toyonaka: Osaka University. 11 December 2010.
  14. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. The Ryukyuan languages and the reconstruction of Earlier Japanese. Paper presented at Japanese Times Now Past. Bochum: Ruhr-Universität Bochum. 11–12 June 2010.
  15. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Miyakogo Ōgami hōgen no onsei to on’in: Ruikeironteki kanten kara mita kiki gengo no tokushusei to jūyōsei (宮古語大神方言の音声と音韻:類型論的観点から見た危機言語の特殊性と重要性) [Phonetics and phonology of Ōgami Miyako Ryukyuan: Particularity and typological importance of an endangered language]. Paper presented at “Nihongo rekishikon no on’in tokusei” kenkyū happyōkai. Kyoto: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics. 6 June 2010.
  16. Pellard, Thomas. 2009. Ryukyuan: History and classification. Paper presented at Workshop on Ryukyuan Languages and Linguistics. Los Angeles: ucla. 23–25 October 2009.
Communications dans des colloques | Conference presentations
  1. Lévêque, Dimitri & Pellard, Thomas. 2019. Description of verbal morphology of Asama: A realizational and implemented approach. Paper presented at International Symposium of Morphology 2019. Paris: Université Paris Diderot. 25–27 September 2019.
  2. Pellard, Thomas & Yamada, Masahiro. 2016. Verb morphology and conjugation classes in Dunan (Yonaguni). Paper presented at 16th International Morphology Meeting. Budapest: Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences & Austrian Academy of Sciences. 29 May–1 June 2016.
  3. Pellard, Thomas. 2016. Ryūkyū shogo no furusa to atarashisa: Boin to shiin ni tsuite (琉球諸語の古さと新しさ:母音と子音について) [Old and new aspects of the Ryukyuan languages: On vowels and consonants]. Paper presented at 2016 Spring meeting of the Society for Japanese Linguistics. Tokyo: Society for Japanese Linguistics. 14–15 May 2016.
  4. Hwang, Hyun Kyung & Takemura, Akiko & Pellard, Thomas & Vance, Timothy. 2015. Rendaku in place names across Japanese dialects. Paper presented at 13èmes rencontres du Réseau français de phonologie. Bordeaux: Cognition, Langue, Langages, Ergonomie, équipe de recherche en syntaxe et en sémantique à Bordeaux. 29 June–2 July 2015.
  5. Igarashi, Yōsuke & Takubo, Yukinori & Pellard, Thomas. 2012. Minami Ryūkyū Miyakogo Ikema hōgen ni okeru akusento-gata no chūwa to gōryū (南琉球宮古語池間方言におけるアクセント型の中和と合流) [Neutralization and merger in the prosodic patterns of the Ikema dialect of Miyako (Southern Ryukyuan)]. Paper presented at “Nihongo rekishikon no on’in tokusei” kenkyū happyōkai. Fukuoka: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics. 23–25 November 2012.
  6. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Ryukyuan perspectives on the Proto-Japonic vowel system. Paper presented at 20th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference. Oxford: University of Oxford and University of London. 1–3 October 2010.
  7. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Converbs and desubordination in Ōgami Ryukyuan. Paper presented at Syntax of the World’s Languages iv. Lyon: Dynamique Du Langage and Université Lumière Lyon 2. 23–26 September 2010.
  8. Hayashi, Yuka (林 由華) & Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Miyakogo ni okeru dōshi renzokutai to setsuzokukei (宮古語における動詞連続体の接続形) [Verbal complexes and connective forms in Miyako Ryukyuan]. Paper presented at The 2nd Workshop on Ryukyuan languages and linguistic research. Nishihara: University of the Ryukyus. 6 August 2010–7 June 2008.
  9. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Miyakogo Ōgami hōgen no fukudōshi to datsujūzokuka (宮古語大神方言の副動詞と脱従属化) [Converbs and their desubordination in the Ōgami dialect of Miyako Ryukyuan]. Paper presented at Nihon Gengo Gakkai Dai 158-kai taikai. Tsukuba: Linguistic Society of Japan. 19–20 June 2010.
  10. Hayashi, Yuka & Takubo, Yukinori & Pellard, Thomas & Igarashi, Yōsuke & Kubo, Tomoyuki. 2009. The word prosody of Ikema Ryukyuan. Paper presented at Workshop on Ryukyuan Languages and Linguistics. Los Angeles: UCLA. 23–25 October 2009.
  11. Hayashi, Yuka & Pellard, Thomas & Takubo, Yukinori & Kubo, Tomoyuki & Igarashi, Yōsuke. 2009. The tone system of Ikema Ryukyuan. Paper presented at International workshop on “The History & Reconstruction of Japanese Accent”. Paris: Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales. 3–4 September 2009.
  12. Pellard, Thomas. 2009. Once again on long vowels and register in Proto-Japonic. Paper presented at International workshop on “The History & Reconstruction of Japanese Accent”. Paris: Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales. 3–4 September 2009.
  13. Pellard, Thomas. 2009. Ōgami hōgen ni okeru muboin musei no onsetsu to go ni tsuite (大神方言における無母音・無声の音節と語について) [On voiceless vowelless syllables and words in Ōgami]. Paper presented at Dai 3-kai Ryūkyūgo wākushoppu. Tokyo: University of Tokyo. 24 January 2009.
  14. Pellard, Thomas. 2008. The sound of silence: Voiceless syllables and voiceless words in Ōgami Ryukyuan. Paper presented at 22nd Paris Meeting on East Asian Linguistics. Paris: CRLAO. 9–10 June 2008.
  15. Pellard, Thomas. 2007. Miyako shohōgen no on’in no mondaiten (宮古諸方言の音韻の問題点) [Problems in the phonology of Miyako dialects]. Paper presented at Dai 2-kai Ryūkyūgo wākushoppu. Kyoto: Kyoto University. 9 September 2007.
  16. Pellard, Thomas. 2007. Miyako: Une langue du sud des Ryūkyū. Paper presented at 21st Paris Meeting on East Asian Linguistics. Paris: CRLAO. 28–30 June 2007.
  17. Antonov, Anton & Pellard, Thomas. 2007. Perspectives historiques sur la phonologie des kango. Paper presented at Journée d’étude internationale “Aspects linguistiques des kango (lexique sino-japonais)”. Bordeaux: Cognition, Langue, Langages, Ergonomie, équipe de recherche en syntaxe et en sémantique à Bordeaux. 12 May 2007.
  18. Pellard, Thomas. 2006. Les voyelles du proto-japonique et les formes adnominales des dialectes anciens et modernes. Paper presented at 20th Paris Meeting on East Asian Linguistics. Paris: crlao. 22–24 June 2006.
Conférences invitées | Invited lectures
  1. Pellard, Thomas. 2019. Les origines du japonais. Strasbourg: Université de Strasbourg. 30 January 2019.
  2. Pellard, Thomas. 2017. Japanese and the other Japonic languages. Missoula: University of Montana. 7 April 2017.
  3. Pellard, Thomas. 2017. Historical linguistics and the origins of Japanese buddhism. Missoula: University of Montana. 5 April 2017.
  4. Pellard, Thomas. 2015. The Ryukyuan languages: A window on the history of the Japanese archipelago. Cambridge: Reischauer Institute, Harvard University. 24 April 2015.
  5. Pellard, Thomas. 2012. The Ryukyuan languages and their relationship with Japanese. Edmonton: University of Alberta. 30 March 2012.
  6. Pellard, Thomas. 2012. Some field notes on the Ryukyuan languages. Edmonton: University of Alberta. 29 March 2012.
  7. Pellard, Thomas. 2010. Why the study of the Ryukyuan languages is important: The example of Ōgami Ryukyuan.Oxford: University of Oxford. 19 January 2010.
  8. Pellard, Thomas. 2009. The place of Ryukyuan within the Japonic family. Columbus: Ohio State University. 19 November 2009.
  9. Pellard, Thomas. 2009. The role of Ryukyuan in understanding the linguistic history of the Japanese Islands. Ithaca: Cornell University. 17 November 2009.
  10. Pellard, Thomas. 2009. Ryukyuan descriptive and comparative linguistics: A short introduction. Ithaca: Cornell University. 17 November 2009.
  11. Pellard, Thomas. 2009. Ryūkyū rettō no rekishi hikaku gengogaku: Miyako shohōgen kara Ryūkyū sogo, soshite Nihon sogo e (琉球列島の歴史比較言語学:宮古諸方言から,そして日本祖語へ) [Historical-comparative linguistics in the Ryukyu Islands: From proto-Miyako to proto-Ryukyuan, then proto-Japonic]. Kyoto: Kyoto University. 26 March 2009.