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Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T)

(12 Lectures Available)


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1 1. Do "Pidgins" exist? Do Creole languages come from Pidgins? (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
2 10. Against Creole Exceptionalism, Part 3: Creole formation is language acquisition plus social factors (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
3 11. "Birth certificates" of languages created via migration & population contact—Kreyòl, English… Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
4 12. A brief & partial history of anti-Creole myths at the core of imperialism—linguistic & otherwise (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
5 2. How much variation in space and in time through the history of Haitian Creole? (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
6 3. On "Kreyolofoni": Why do we still use the label "Creole" to refer to "Creole languages"? (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
7 4. Post-colonial discourses of power & identity; the making of socio-economic & cultural hierarchies (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
8 5. Language and discourses of power in the making of “authentic” identities in post-colonial societies (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
9 6. Language, culture, identity and "authenticity" in post-colonial communities (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
10 7. Feedback to students who led class discussion (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
11 8. Against Creole Exceptionalism, Part 1: Creole languages are perfectly normal languages (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences
12 9. Against Creole Exceptionalism, Part 2: Creole formation is normal language change (M-I-T) Creole Language and Caribbean Identities (Spring 2017) (M-I-T) MIT Social Sciences

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