cceble at EMAIL.UNC.EDU
Tue Jun 10 19:42:40 UTC 2003
A growing number of people have expertise in the French that survives in
Louisiana. Most of them contributed to Albert Valdman's French and
Creole in Louisiana, 1997. I understand that Cajun French is now offered
as a credit course at LSU in Baton Rouge, taught by Amanda LaFleur. The
English dialects of the French region are also getting some attention
and cries out to have several dissertations written about them.
Richard Goodrow wrote:
> Does the Louisiana French ("Cajun" or Acadian) have a chance of surviving?
> It seems many make efforts towards saving and preserving this language, but
> it may not be enough. Does anyone have experience or insight in this region?
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