Pidgins and Creoles beyond Africa-Europe Encounters

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| Leipzig University
| Newcastle University
| King Faisal University
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Most of what we know about pidgin and creole languages is the result of research into contact languages that developed as a consequence of European expansion into Africa and the Caribbean. The narrow focus on European lexifier and West African substrate languages has resulted in insufficient investigation of other contact varieties. Even more perniciously, lesser known and often under-described contact languages have not been taken into consideration when formulating supposedly general tendencies about the linguistic properties of contact languages. This volume aims to give a platform to research on the history, genesis, and typology of a number of non-European language-based contact languages. A more encompassing and diverse data-base will contribute to more accurate and comprehensive inventories of the typological features of contact languages.
[Creole Language Library, 47]  2014.  v, 178 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Mohammad Almoaily, Anders Holmberg and Isabelle Buchstaller
1–6
Ethnohistory of speaking: Maritime Polynesian Pidgin in a trilogy 
of historical-sociolinguistic attestations
Emanuel J. Drechsel
7–40
The ‘language of Tobi’ as presented in Horace Holden’s Narrative: Evidence for restructuring and lexical mixture in a Nuclear Micronesian-based pidgin
Anthony P. Grant
41–56
Language variation in Gulf Pidgin Arabic
Mohammad Almoaily
57–84
How non-Indo-European is Fanakalo pidgin?: Selected understudied structures in a Bantu-lexified pidgin with Germanic substrates
Rajend Mesthrie
85–100
Language change in a multiple contact setting: The case of Sarnami (Suriname)
Kofi Yakpo and Pieter Muysken
101–140
Pidgin verbs: Infinitives or imperatives?
Kees Versteegh
141–170
Area index
171–172
Language index
173–174
Subject index
175–178
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2ZP – Linguistics/Pidgins & Creoles
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2013041532