Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages

Online-first articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

22 February 2024

Noun phrases in Kwéyòl Donmnik
Joy P. G. Peltier | 43 pp.

12 February 2024

Reported language choice and usage of teenage Mauritians: A sociolinguistic perspective
Anu Bissoonauth and Gaetano Rando | 22 pp.

19 January 2024

Remarks on the syntax of bare nouns in Papiamentu
Luis López, Rodi Laanen, Charlotte Pouw and M. Carmen Parafita Couto | 36 pp.

18 January 2024

Pacific transformations of the ‘Country of Babel’: The legacy of a colonial language myth in nationalist discourses on Hawai‘i Creole and Tok Pisin
Christoph Neuenschwander | 40 pp.

11 January 2024

‘It runs in the family’: Reconstructing the kinship terminology of Tugu Creole Portuguese
Raan-Hann Tan and Silvio Moreira De Sousa | 59 pp.

19 December 2023

The early Baba Malay continuum
Nala H. Lee | 26 pp.

1 December 2023

Predicting the development of Papiamento and Dutch word decoding efficiency in the Dutch Caribbean
Melissa van der Elst-Koeiman, Eliane Segers, Ronald Severing and Ludo Verhoeven | 29 pp.

16 October 2023

Adjective phrase fronting in the Malacca Creole Portuguese noun phrase: A vestige of South Asian substrate?
Alan N. Baxter | 28 pp.

3 October 2023

On the etymology and distribution of verb forms in Arabic-based pidgins: A usage-based approach
Imed Louhichi | 25 pp.

2 October 2023

What can the stories of a frog tell us about motion event description in Gulf Pidgin Arabic?
Imed Louhichi | 26 pp.

17 August 2023

Empiricism against imperialism: Science, dogma and the neocolonial heritage of creole studies. Reflections on Meakins (2022)
Peter Bakker | 28 pp.
A multidimensional perspective on the acquisition of subject-verb dependencies by Haitian-Creole speaking children: Insights from comprehension and production
Isabelle Barrière, Blandine Joseph, Katsiaryna Aharodnik, Sarah Kresh, Guetjens Prince Fleurio, Géraldine Legendre and Thierry Nazzi | 59 pp.

14 August 2023

Reciprocal constructions: Multilingual contact favors borrowing of transparent structures
Kofi Yakpo | 29 pp.

13 July 2023

Skepi Creole Dutch: The Rodschied Papers
Bart Jacobs and Mikael Parkvall | 15 pp.

11 July 2023

Orthography, ideology and the codification of Mauritian Creole: The implications of decreasing linguistic Abstand
Tejshree Auckle | 26 pp.