Trans Internet-Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften 17. Nr. September 2010

1.3. Re-writing linguistic history –
(post)colonial reality on the fringes of linguistic theories

Herausgeber | Editor | Éditeur: Eric A. Anchimbe (University of Bayreuth, Germany)

Dokumentation | Documentation | Documentation

Eric A. Anchimbe (University of Bayreuth, Germany) Section report
Anthony Onyemachi Agwuele (Universität Leipzig, Germany) Globalization, dying languages and the futility of saving them
Eric A. Anchimbe (University of Bayreuth, Germany) The place of the English language in the construction of a Cameroon anglophone identity
Bassey Ekpenyong
(Cross River University of Technology Calabar, Nigeria)
Oracy in Nigerian English-based Pidgin as a product of colonial encounter
Antje Hornscheidt (Humboldt University Berlin, Germany) An analysis of post-colonial continuities in Danish monolingual dictionaries – An empirical contribution to a critical postcolonial linguistics
Frederick Kang’ethe Iraki
(United States International University, Kenya)
Language and Political Economy: A historical perspective from Kenya
David C. S. Li
(City University of Hong Kong)
Lexical gap, semantic incongruence,  and medium-of-instruction-induced code-switching: Evidence from Hong Kong and Taiwan
Christina Märzhäuser (Munich, Germany / Coimbra, Portugal) Cape Verdean Creole in Lisbon – young generation’s perspective


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