Obituary published in:
Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages
Vol. 33:2 (2018) ► pp. 231239
Information about Philip Baker can be found here

Information about Philip Baker can be found here

Aub-Buscher, Gertrud
2008Focus on creolists: Philip Baker. Carrier Pidgin 32(1): 1–6. https://​c7riochico​.net​/carrierpidgin​/TPC​_back​_issues/
Hookoomsing, Vinesh Y.
2017Philip Baker and the Making of Mauritian Creole. Études Créoles 34(1–2) – 2016 [En ligne]. URL: http://​www​.lpl​-aix​.fr​/~fulltext​/Etudes​_Creoles​/hookoomsing​.pdf
N.N.
2017 In Memoriam-Philip Baker (1940–2017): So Kontribision pou Kreol Morisien Lang Standar. Le Mauricien. 30 Oct 2017 https://​www​.lemauricien​.com​/article​/memoriam​-philip​-baker​-1940​-2017​-so​-kontribision​-pou​-kreol​-morisien​-lang​-standar/

Other references mentioned in the text (Baker’s in chronological order)

Baker, Philip
1969The language situation in Mauritius with special reference to Mauritian Creole. African Language Review 8: 73–97.Google Scholar
1972Kreol: A Description of Mauritian Creole. London: Hurst.Google Scholar
1973aLelvaz lapeh / L’élevage lapin. Moka: Mauritius College of the Air.Google Scholar
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1973bKuma gard mahze lohtah -Conma garde manger longtemps. Moka: Mauritius College of the Air. 23 pp.Google Scholar
Baker, Philip
1972–1974: Correspondence Course in Mauritian Creole. Moka: Mauritius College of the Air. [tenth edition in 1984, Open University]Google Scholar
Baker, Philip and Stein, Peter
1976A supplementary bibliography of French-based creoles within the framework of a bibliography of pidgin and creole languages. Journal of Creole Studies, 1: 237–280.Google Scholar
Baker, Philip
1980Provisional survey of major languages and language use in the independent states of sub-Saharan Africa / Inventaire provisoire des langues principales et de l’utilisation des langues dans les états indépendants de l’Afrique au sud du Sahara. Documentation. London: International African Institute for UNESCO.Google Scholar
1982The Contribution of Non-Francophone Immigrants to the Lexicon of Mauritian Creole: An Examination of the Peopling of Mauritius, an Analysis of the Non-French Part of the Lexicon of Its Creole Language, Including a Comparison of the Latter with Those of Réunion and the Seychelles, and a Discussion of the Origins and Affinities of Mauritian Creole, I & II. Doctoral thesis, University of London, SOAS.Google Scholar
Baker, Philip and Chris Corne
1982Isle de France Créole: Affinities and Origins, Ann Arbor, MI: Karoma.Google Scholar
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1983 (comment). Chaudenson, R., Corne, C. (comment); 1983 Où l’on reparle de la genèse et des structures des créoles de l’Océan Indien. Etudes Créoles 6.2: 157–237.Google Scholar
1987aInternational guide to African studies research. 2nd fully rev. and expanded ed. Published for the International African Institute. London, UK: Zell. ISBN 0905450256.Google Scholar
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1987bDiksyoner Kreol Morisyen/Dictionary of Mauritian Creole/Dictionnaire du créole Mauricien. Paris: L’Harmattan. ISBN 2858029733.Google Scholar
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1987cThesaurus of African Languages. London, UK: Zell for the International African Institute.Google Scholar
Baker, Philip
1990Off Target? Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 5:1: 107–119. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
1993aMots d’origine non-française ou inconnue. In: Annegret Bollée et al., Dictionnaire Étymologique des Créoles de l’Ocean Indien. Deuxième Partie. Hamburg: Helmut Buske Verlag.Google Scholar
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1993cAustralian influence on Melanesian Pidgin English. Te Reo 36. 3–67.Google Scholar
1994International Directory of African Studies Research / (Répertoire International des Etudes Africaines). 3rd fully rev. and expanded ed. London, UK: Zell for the International African Institute.Google Scholar
Baker, Philip and Adrienne Bruyn
1998St. Kitts and the Atlantic Creoles (Westminster Creolistics 4). London: University of Westminster Press.Google Scholar
Baker, Philip & John Eversley
(eds.) 2000Multilingual Capital. The Languages of London’s schoolchildren and their relevance to economic, social and educational policies. London: Battlebridge.Google Scholar
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2001aAtlantic, Pacific, and world-wide features in English-lexicon contact languages. English World-Wide 22(2): 157–208. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
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2001bNo Creolisation without prior pidginisation. Te Reo 44: 31–50.Google Scholar
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Baker, Philip and Kim, Jeehoon
2003Global London: where to find almost everything ethnic and cultural in the multilingual capital. London: Battlebridge. ISBN 1903292093.Google Scholar
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2012aAfrican words and calques in Mauritian creole. In Bartens & Baker (eds), Black Through White: African Words and Calques which Survived Slavery in Creoles and Transplanted European Languages. London: Battlebridge. 81–116.Google Scholar
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Baker, Philip & Mühlhäusler, P.
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A full list of Philip Baker’s publications compiled by Peter Bakker and Anthony Grant, including Battlebridge publications, is available on request from the author.