Caribbean Language: Socio-Historical Background (L26B). Nicole Scott. Course Objectives.
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Thomason, Sarah & Terrence Kaufman (1988) Language Contact, Creolization and Genetic Linguistics. Berkley: University of California Press [chapter 1, pp. 1-12]
Winford, Donald (2003) An Introduction to Contact Linguistics. Oxford:Blackwell Publishing. [chapter 1, pp. 1-25]
Hale, Mark (2005) Theory and Method: Five Lectures on Historical Linguistics. Handout made available at LSA 2005. (contact lecturer).