Creoles and Typology

Special issue of Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 26:1 (2011)

Editors
Parth Bhatt | University of Toronto
ORCID logoTonjes Veenstra | Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
[Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages, 26:1] 2011.  v, 233 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Parth Bhatt and Tonjes Veenstra
1–3
Articles
Creoles are typologically distinct from non-creoles
Peter Bakker, Aymeric Daval-Markussen, Mikael Parkvall and Ingo Plag
5–42
Pidgin-creoles as a scattered sprachbund: Comparing Kriyol and Nubi
Alain Kihm
43–88
Creolization and admixture: Typology, feature pools, and second language acquisition
Ingo Plag
89–110
The Gulf of Guinea Creoles: Genetic and typological relations
Tjerk Hagemeijer
111–154
Typology of creole phonology: Phoneme inventories and syllable templates
Thomas B. Klein
155–193
The typology of Caribbean Creole reduplication
Silvia Kouwenberg and Darlene LaCharité
194–218
Guest Column
Linguistics in the Caribbean: Between theory and practice
Silvia Kouwenberg
219–233
“The volume shows that creoles may be both more complex overall and less exceptional structurally than commonly thought.”
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