Corpus ID: 162456133

Haitian-English dictionary

  title={Haitian-English dictionary},
  author={B. C. Freeman},
Language Acquisition in Creolization and, Thus, Language Change: Some Cartesian- Uniformitarian Boundary Conditions
  • Michel DeGraff
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Lang. Linguistics Compass
  • 2009
This essay prescribes some broad ‘Cartesian-Uniformitarian’ boundary conditions for linguistic hypotheses about Creole formation and correct category mistakes that fail to distinguish explanations that apply to I-languages from explanations that applies to E(xternal)-languages and other social-group phenomena that I- languages are implicated in. Expand
Militant Cosmopolitan in a Creole City: The Paradoxes of Jacques Roumain
In Gouverneurs de la Rosée, Jacques Roumain integrates the Creole and cosmopolitan to portray a people suffering at the intersection of international capital, class conflict, and racism. Roumain'sExpand
Articulating Haitian Conflicts in a New York City Basement: The Global Stakes of Franketyèn's Pèlin-tèt
Through the lens of Haitian popular theater, this article examines the impact of globality on the experience of displaced Haitians, demonstrating how the United States serves both literally andExpand
Factors Affecting the Teaching and Learning of Haitian Creole in The Bahamas
Lack of accurate information on many aspects of the Haitian culture and society; preconceived ideas about Haiti and its people; dated information on the linguistic status of the Haitian Creole (HC)Expand
Fey Yo Reflections of Experiences of Health and Healthcare with Haitians in East Flatbush
Abstract of Thesis Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts Fcapital e graveY YO: REFLECTIONS OFExpand
The Origin
This paper outlines the history of Palestine to show how this process occured and what a moral solution to the region’s problems should consist of. Expand
The lexical particularities of French in the Haitian press: Readers' perceptions and appropriation
  • C. Etienne
  • Sociology
  • Journal of French Language Studies
  • 2005
Regional French varieties in language contact situations have been widely discussed in Francophone studies. Defining a variety of French involves showing its specificity when compared to other FrenchExpand
The emergence of productive morphology in creole languages: the case of Haitian Creole*
This paper addresses the problem of the emergence of productive morphology in creole languages on the basis of the case study of Haitian Creole. The aim of this paper is threefold: first proposeExpand
DIGGING THE ROOTS or Resistance and identity politics of the mouvman rasin in Haiti
Submitted to the Center of Latin American Studies and the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Kansas in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts