Salikoko S. Mufwene
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In Complex Processes in New Languages, 367–4002009. “Restructuring, hybridization, and complexity in language evolution”.
In Deconstructing Creole, 203–2262007. “The sociolinguistic history of the Peranakans: What it tells us about 'creolization'”.
The Historical Evolution of Earlier African American English: An Empirical Comparison of Early Sources ”. English World-Wide 25:2, 305–3112004. “Review of Kautzsch (2002):
A grammar of Berbice Dutch Creole ”. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 13:2, 381–3891998. “Review of Kouwenberg (1994):
In Contact Languages: A wider perspective, 173–2081997. “Kitúba”.
In Focus on the USA, 2311996. “The development of American Englishes”.
Pragmatics 2:2, 141–1661992. “Ideology and facts on African American English”.
English World-Wide 12:2, 215–2431991. “Some Reasons Why Gullah is not Dying Yet”.
In Focus on the Caribbean, 1671986. “Notes on durative constructions in Jamaican and Guyanese Creole”.