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“Atlas of Pidgin and Creole Language Structures”

Michaelis, S. M., Maurer, P., Haspelmath, M., Huber, M. (eds.) (2013). Atlas of Pidgin and Creole Language Structures Online. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. Learn more at apics-online.info

“Code-meshing within a Multimodal Framework”

Laverick, E. K. (2015). Code-meshing within a multimodal framework. Find the website here.  

“Do You Speak American?”

Do you speak American? (2005). PBS. Find the website here.

“English in North America”

Yale Grammatical Diversity Project, English in North America. Find the website here.

“Language and Culture in Society”

Language & culture in society (n.d.). Center for Applied Linguistics: Areas of impact Find the webpage at cal.org/areas-of-impact/language-culture-in-society  Find the Center for Applied Linguistics: Dual and Bilingual Education on Facebook.

“Six Moments of Code-switching”

From Code-Switched: Race and Identity, Remixed, a blog from NPR Find the blog post here.


Learning to Talk. University of Maryland.  Check out the website here: learningtotalk.umd.edu/toggletalk  

“A Window into the Past”

Max Planck Society. (2013, November 3). Grammatical structures as a window into the past Find the website here.

Young Chicago Authors

“We begin by asking the question, ‘Where are you from?’ The answer leads to an investigation of the worlds we inhabit, the places and people around us that provide ingredients for our poetic inquiries.” – YCA website Learn more about… Continue Reading →

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