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Lecturer : From Latin to Spanglish

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course

Abstract

Online course on Bilingualism and Language Contact in the Spanish-speaking world programmed by the Cervantes Institute of New York.
The course will engage with various linguistic concepts and sociolinguistic perspectives in order for students to understand the effects of direct contact between speakers of Spanish and other languages in a variety of historical and contemporary contexts, such as: colonization, slavery, migration, media, social networks, education systems, language policy, etc. The outcomes of all these contacts are varied and include pidgin and creole formation, hybrid sociolects, language choice, language erosion, code-switching and linguistic borrowings, among others.

Attending event

From Latin to Spanglish: Bilingualism and Language Contact in the Spanish-speaking World

Duration6 May 20203 Jun 2020
Location of eventInstituto Cervantes
CityNew York
CountryUnited States
Web address (URL)
Degree of recognitionInternational event

Event: Course

ID: 144573343