NARNiHS special session at NWAV 48
University of Oregon – 10-12 October 2019
Querying the individual and the community: New historical sociolinguistic approaches to contact, variation, and change
“Insights from a longitudinal perspective on English adverb placement in the vernacular”
– Caroline JH Allen, Emmanuelle Buaillon, and Alexandra D’Arcy, University of Victoria.
“The myth of Frenchification? A historical sociolinguistic investigation of French influence on Late Modern Southern Dutch”
– Charlotte Verheyden, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.
“Understanding the history of a linguistic stereotype in Modern Greek”
– Panayiotis Pappas, Simon Fraser University and Simeon Tsolakidis, University of Patras.
“The nativization of Spanish in the Pacific lowlands of 17th-18th c. New Granada (Colombia): The role of Amerindians in the absence of an Afro-Hispanic creole in Chocó”
– Eliot Pierson Raynor, Indiana University.
“Pidginization as we hardly ever thought about it”
– Salikoko Mufwene, University of Chicago.