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Mufwene, S. S.
Mufwene, Salikoko S.
writer of accompanying material
Chaudenson, Robert (1937-....))
Chicago Linguistic Society
Francis, Elaine J. (1971-....))
Moshi, Lioba J.
Steever, Sanford B.
University of Chicago
Vigouroux, Cécile B.
Walker, Carol A.
Wheeler, Rebecca S. (1952-....))
Accountability in Descriptions of Creoles
Acts of Meaning
African-American English : structure, history, and use
African Languages, African Linguistics, and Linguistic Theory
Africanisms in Afro-American language varieties
Albert Valdman on the Development of Creoles
Annotated Bibliography of Southern American English
Are There Modal-Auxiliaries in Lingala?
Are There Possessive Pronouns in Atlantic Creoles?
Atlantic American Societies: From Columbus through Abolition 1492-1888
Bantu Class Prefixes: Inflectional or Derivational?
Cambridge approaches to language contact
Colonial, Hypermetropic, and Wishful Linguistics
Colonisation, globalisation et vitalité du français [colloque tenu à Chicago les 22 et 23 mai 2009
Colonization, globalization and the plight of 'weak' languages
Colonization, population contacts, and the emergence of new language varieties : A response to Peter Trudgill
Comparability of New-Dialect Formation and Creole Development, The
Competition and Selection in the Development of American Englishes
Count/Mass Distinction and the English Lexicon, The
Creoles and Universal Grammar
Créoles, écologie sociale, évolution linguistique cours donnés au Collège de France durant l'automne 2003
créolisation théorie, applications, implications, La
Creolization is a social, not a structural, process
Creolization of language and culture
Des îles, des hommes, des langues.
Development of American Englishes: Some Questions from a Creole Genesis Perspective, The
Dictionaries and Proper Names
Ebonics and Standard English in the Classroom: Some Issues
écologie des langues de contact le tayo, créole de Nouvelle-Calédonie
Ecology of Gullah's Survival, The
ecology of language evolution, The
Ecology of Language: New Imperatives in Linguistics Curricula, The
English around the World: Sociolinguistic Perspectives
English in the Black Diaspora: Development and Identity
English Pidgins: Form and Function
Equivocal Structures in Some Gullah Complex Sentences
Formal Evidence of Pidginization/Creolization in Kituba
Founder Principle in Creole Genesis, The
From Genetic Creolistics to Historical Dialectology : Ecological and Population Genetics Perspectives
Genetic Linguistics and Genetic Creolistics: A Response to Sarah G. Thomason's "Creoles and Genetic Relationships"
Globalization and language vitality perspectives from Africa
Globalization and the Spread of English: What Does It Mean to Be Anglophone?
Grammar of Berbice Dutch Creole, A
How African Is Gullah, and Why?
How Bantu is Kiyansi? A re-examination of its verbal inflections
Ideology and Facts on African American English
Investigating What the Words Father and Mother Mean
Kinship Terms (and Related Honorifics): An Issue in Bilingual Lexicography
Language Birth and Death
Language Contact, Creolization, and Genetic Linguistics
Language Contact, Evolution, and Death: How Ecology Rolls the Dice
Language Evolution: The Population Genetics Way
Language in Exile: Three Hundred Years of Jamaican Creole
Lingala and English Translations within the Postulated Domain 'Opening'
Linguistic Change under Contact Conditions
McCawley's Legacy: A Response to Pieter A. M. Seuren
Native Speaker, Proficient Speaker and Norms
New Bibliography of Writings on Varieties of English 1984-1992 /1993, A
New Departures in Linguistics
New-Dialect Formation: The Inevitability of Colonial Englishes
Non-Individuation and the Count/Mass Distinction
Number, Countability and Markedness in Lingala LI-/MA- Noun Class
Number Delimitation in Gullah
Observations on Time Reference in Jamaican and Guyanese Creoles
On the So-Called "Infinitive" in Atlantic Creoles
On the Status of Auxiliary Verbs in Gullah
Papers from the parasession on diachronic syntax, April 22, 1976
Papers from the twelfth regional meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society, April 23-25, 1976
Pidgin and Creole Languages
Pidgins and creoles: An introduction
Polymorphous linguistics Jim McCawley's legacy
Population Movements and Contacts in Language Evolution
Pragmatics of Elusive Languages.
Pragmatics of Kinship Terms in Kituba, The
" ... Which One Was the Father of Jesus-Christ?"
Reconsideration of Lingala Temporal Inflections, A
Restrictive Relativization in Gullah
Review Article: Colonization, Globalization and the Plight of 'Weak' Languages
Review Article: Language Genesis and Human Evolution
Review Article: South African Indian English
role of mother-tongue schooling in eradicating poverty: A response to Language and poverty, The
Scope of Negation and Focus in Gullah
'Semantic field' versus 'semantic class'
Semantics and experience: Universal metaphors of time in English, Mandarin, Hindi, and Sesotho
Shared Ancestry of African-American and American White Southern Englishes: Some Speculations Dictated by History, The
SLA and the Emergence of Creoles
Small pro and Inflectional Morphology, The
Social Motivations for Codeswitching. Evidence from Africa
Some Bantu Ways of Talking: The Case of Kinship Vocabularies
Some Considerations on the New Lexeme Beau in Lingala
Some Explanations That Strike Me as Incomplete
Some observations on the verb in Black English vernacular, 1983:
Some Reasons Why Gullah Is Not Dying Yet
Some Sociohistorical Inferences about the Development of African American English
Starting on the Wrong Foot
Stativity and the Progressive.
Syntactic Analysis of Sea Island Creole, A
Tense and Aspect in Eight Languages of Cameroon
Topics in African linguistics : [selection of papers presented at the 21st Conference on African linguistics, held Apr. 12-14, 1990, University of Georgia]
Transfer and the Substrate Hypothesis in Creolistics
What Is African American English?
Why Grammars Are Not Monolithic
Why Study Pidgins and Creoles?
Contributed to or performed:
ANNUAL REVIEW OF ANTHROPOLOGY
CREOLE LANGUAGE LIBRARY
LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY -LONDON THEN CAMBRIDGE AND NEW YORK-
LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY -OXFORD-
STUDIES IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
TYPOLOGICAL STUDIES IN LANGUAGE
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago, 1979