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Journal Title: Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages
Volume/Issue:   29 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: 2014. iv, 205 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles

Zero verb marking in Sranan
Astrid De Wit and Frank Brisard
1 – 48

Measuring analyticity and syntheticity in creoles
Jeff Siegel, Benedikt Szmrecsanyi and Bernd Kortmann
49 – 85

On the origins of Chota Valley Spanish: Linguistic and sociohistorical evidence
Sandro Sessarego
86 – 133

Short notes

Norf’k placenames and creole toponymy
Joshua Nash
135 – 142

A note on the Haitian double-object construction and the relabelling-based account of creole genesis
Claire Lefebvre and Renée Lambert-Brétière
143 – 156

The case was never closed: McWhorter misinterprets the ecological approach to the emergence of creoles
Salikoko S. Mufwene
157 – 171

A response to Mufwene
John McWhorter
172 – 176

Guest column

Creolistics: Back to square one?
Peter Bakker
177 – 194

Book Reviews

Creoles in education: An appraisal of current programs and projects. Edited by Bettina Migge, Isabelle Léglise, & Angela Bartens
Reviewed by Lise S. Winer
195 – 198

Variation in the Caribbean. From creole continua to individual agency (Creole Language Library, 37). Edited by Lars Hinrichs & Joseph T. Farquharson
Reviewed by Michael Aceto
199 – 205
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
Creole, Haitian
Creole English, Hawai'i
Tok Pisin
Spanish
Sranan Tongo
 
LL Issue: 25.1139