New Issue: Caribbean Studies (45: 1 & 2)

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In spite of all the stumbling blocks and unforeseen events the University of Puerto Rico has faced in the past few years (especially, the massive post-hurricane destruction), the Institute of Caribbean Studies (ICS) has just published the latest issue of Caribbean Studies, Vol. 45 Nos. 1, 2 (January-December 2017). What a wonderful way to celebrate the institute’s 60-year anniversary.

This volume is a special issue—Language Contact, Creoles, and Multilingualism: Stigma, Creativity, and Resilience—put together by guest editors Rosa E. Guzzardo Tamargo, Yolanda Rivera Castillo, and Don E. Walicek (University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras). Here is a segment of the table of contents:

Introducción • Introduction • Introduction

Rosa E. Guzzardo Tamargo, Yolanda Rivera Castillo, Don E. Walicek

Engaging Language, Ideology, and Linguistics in the Caribbean and Beyond

 

Artículos • Articles • Articles

Hilary Barnes

Language Ideologies in an Immigrant Language Setting: The Case of a European Language in Mexico

 

Rosa E. Guzzardo Tamargo

Jessica Vélez Avilés

La alternancia de códigos en Puerto Rico: Preferencias y actitudes

 

Eva-María Suárez Büdenbender

Es que hablan cantaditos – Self-reported Identification Strategies by Puerto Rican and Dominican Spanish Speakers

 

Philipp Krӓmer

Delegitimising Creoles and Multiethnolects: Stereotypes and (Mis-) Conceptions of Language in Online Debates

 

Rutsely Simarra Obeso

Una muestra de cultura palenquera: Aproximación a algunas formas léxicas del criollo de San Basilio

 

Celia Brown-Blake

Supporting Justice Reform in Jamaica through Language Policy

 

Pedro L. San Miguel

Fernando Picó y la Nueva Historia Puertorriqueña: Una reflexión intempestiva

 

Ensayo bibliográfico • Review essay • Compte rendu

Ian Anthony Bethell-Bennett

Anthony Harriott and Charles M. Katz, eds. 2015. Gangs in the Caribbean: Responses of   State and Society.

 

Erica Caple James. 2010. Democratic Insecurities: Violence, Trauma and Intervention in Haiti.

 

Veronique Maisier. 2015. Violence in Caribbean Literature: Stories of Stones and Blood.

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