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Historicity and Variation in Creole Studies

Arnold R. Highfield

Historicity and Variation in Creole Studies

by Arnold R. Highfield

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Published by Karoma Pub .
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The book provides new insights into the language of respect, an honorific system which is deeply anchored in the societal hierarchy, spatial descriptions that are . (Linguistic and literary studies in Eastern Europe, 2.) Amsterdam: Benjamins, Pp. x, Orientalistische Literaturzeitung , 3 (). Pelton, Robert D. The trickster in West Africa: A study of mythic irony and sacred delight. (Hermeneutics, Studies in the history of religions, 8.) Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of.

Manessy, G. (). Expansion fonctionnelle et evolution [Functional expansion and evolution], in A. Highfield and A. Valdman (Eds.), Historicity and variation in Creole studies (pp. 79–90). Ann Arbor: Karoma Publishers. Google ScholarCited by: PDF hosted at the Radboud Repository of the Radboud University Nijmegen In: Historicity and Variation in Creole Studies, Highfield, A./Valdman, A. (Eds.), posed in her latest book ( b, ), the Matrix Language Frame Model, crucially.

The raised Creole plantation house was the absolute apex of Creole architecture in Louisiana. Louisiana’s Acadian settlers also built a version of the Creole cottage. The Acadians were descendants of French peasant settlers from Nova Scotia who arrived in . Albert Valdman is director of the Creole Institute at Indiana University and is a leading international specialist in French-based creoles. He is the author of one of the major works in the field, Le Créole: Structure, statut et origine () and basic reference works for Louisiana Creole and Haitian Creole, in particular, the Haitian Creole-English Bilingual Dictionary ().


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Historicity and Variation in Creole Studies by Arnold R. Highfield Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Historicity and variation in Creole studies. [Arnold R Highfield; Albert Valdman; International Conference on Theoretical Orientations in Creole Studies; National Science Foundation (U.S.); College of the Virgin Islands.; Indiana University, Bloomington.].

Historicity and variation in Creole studies. Highfield, Arnold and Albert Valdman, (eds.). Ann Arbor, MI: Karoma Publishers, Inc., Pp. xi + Reviewed by Charles A. Ferguson, Stanford University This volume is one of the publications resulting from.

Organization: Taalwetenschap: Book title: A. Highfield; A. Valdman (eds.), Historicity and variation in creole studies: Page start:Cited by: The comparatively recent origins of pidgins and creoles provide them with a special place in linguistic theory.

Debates about the origin and character of these languages have informed broader discussions within grammatical theory, historical linguistics, and sociolinguistics.

"The Handbook of Pidgin and Creole Studies" tackles these cross-linguistic questions that animate. According to the theory of monogenesis in its most radical form, all pidgins and creole languages of the world can be ultimately traced back to one linguistic variety.

This idea was first formulated by Hugo Schuchardt in the late 19th century and popularized in the late s and early s by Taylor () and Thompson ().It assumes that some type of pidgin language, dubbed. Media Lengua, also known as Chaupi-shimi, Chaupi-lengua, Chaupi-Quichua, Quichuañol, Chapu-shimi or llanga-shimi, (roughly translated to "half language" or "in-between language") is a mixed language with Spanish vocabulary and Kichwa grammar, most conspicuously in its terms of vocabulary, almost all lexemes (89%), including core vocabulary, are Native to: Ecuador.

Pidgins and creoles and linguistics 1 Other terms 9 Scope of the book 12 2 The development of theory 14 Introduction 14 Before European expansion 14 Early European expansion 16 The eighteenth century 18 Since the establishment of pidgin and creole studies as an academic discip-line in the late s and early.

The Handbook of Pidgin and Creole Studies 1st Edition by Silvia Kouwenberg (Editor), John Victor Singler (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

5/5(1). Designed to provide a comprehensive knowledge of the cultural heritage of French-speaking Louisiana, the interdisciplinary minor in Cajun and Creole Studies is especially appropriate for those wishing to work in the tourism industry, education, and public relations.

Courses available for students in the Cajun and Creole Studies minor cover anthropology, history, architecture. Being totally in the dark on the history of Louisiana and the term "Creole," I started with this book.

I still was a little unsure of the term even after reading the book twice, but I blame the term for that more than anything. Creole is just a hard concept to understand. The book /5(26).

This book is a delight as it takes us up close and personal to the theater of creole formation, from Africa to the Americas original and insightful This book is a refreshing contribution to creole studies and beyond, with many enriching insights for linguistic theory and for theories of language contact and language change writ by: 9.

x + pages. Series: Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs [TiLSM]. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. isbn: This book is an important step forward in the research on the creoles of Surinam and Author: Peter Bakker.

Haitian Creole: Structure, Variation, Status, Origin () English-Haitian Creole Bilingual Dictionary (collab., ) He has edited or co-edited: Pidgin and Creole Linguistics () Theoretical Orientations in Creole Studies () Créole et enseignement primaire en Haïti () Historicity and Variation in Creole Studies () Haiti.

About Pidgins and Creoles. by Tom Thompson. Pidgins and creoles are fascinating to me, probably because they lend themselves to an analysis of the birth and evolution of a language within a highly compressed time frame. Pidgin and creole languages offer lots of internal variation and change rapidly.

The creole study is a A Multi-centre, multinational, randomised single-blind, parallel group, three-armed superiority trial which is aimed at comparing the efficacy of three "free" combinations of two anti-hypertensive agents on 24 hour ambulatory systolic blood pressure (ASBP) in black African hypertensive patients.

Genetic classification, contact, and variation. In Walsh, Thomas J. (ed.), Synchronic and diachronic approaches to linguistic variation and change, pp. 81 – (Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics ). Washington, DC: Cited by: 1. Arthur K. Spears is Professor of Linguistics and Anthropology at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York (CUNY).

He is also Chair of the Anthropology Department and Director of Black Studies at The City College, CUNY. Spears's research is in the areas of African American English; pidgin and creole languages, focusing on Haitian and other French-lexifier.

Co-edited Historicity and Variation in Creole Studies published in by Karoma Publishers, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI. ISBN (cloth), (paper)[9] Co-edited Theoretical Orientations in Creole Studies published in by Academic Press, (subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, NY, London, Toronto Sydney San.

The South American nation of Suriname features a situation of multiple language contact in which speakers use various languages in changing constellations, and often simultaneously.

Sarnami (Surinamese Hindustani) shows traces of koineization of various Indian languages, and the effects of multilingualism involving Sranan Tongo and Dutch, the two dominant languages of Suriname.

Valdman, Albert. Overview. Works: works in publications in 7 languages library holdings syntax, and discourse. The book begins with a discussion of definitions including papers that trace the history of the concept and d.

History, society and variation: in honor of Albert Historicity and variation in Creole studies. case the pidgin becomes a creole (Polome, ). An example for such a case is Tok Pisin which was a creole in Papua New Guinea and afterwards became a National Language when children started to acquire it as their first languages (Romaine, ).This paper presents the first in-depth account of the bee copula form found in Belizean Kriol, which appears to be a copular development not found in other Caribbean English Creoles.

Based on approximately tokens of bee from Di Nyoo Testiment (), we argue that bee must appear in irrealis contexts. It is frequently used to mark a potential change of state, though this .Book Title.

The Handbook of Pidgin and Creole Studies. Additional Information. How to Cite. Meyerhoff, M. () Forging Pacific Pidgin and Creole Syntax: Substrate, Discourse, and Inherent Variability, in The Handbook of Pidgin and Creole Studies (eds S. Kouwenberg and J.

V. Singler), Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK. doi: /