[lg policy] PUBLICATION : Journal of Language Contact VARIA 3 (2010)

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Sat May 22 13:13:03 UTC 2010

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From: Robert NICOLAI <nicolai at unice.fr>

   ** Sorry for multiple posting **


Dear Colleagues,

The  VARIA 3  issue of the Journal of Language Contact (JLC)

has now appeared and can henceforth be downloaded from:

http://www.jlc-journal.org/ .

The complete issue as well as each separate article can be accessed

under:    "Issues & Articles".
You find below: 1. *The content of this issue* 2. *An Information about the
new status of JLC*


*Merlijn de Smit*

Modelling mixed languages: Some remarks on the case of Old Helsinki Slang**

 *Andrei A. Avram*

An outline of Romanian Pidgin Arabic

 *Graham Thurgood*

Hainan Cham, Anong, and Eastern Cham: Three languages, three social
contexts, three patterns of change

*Béatrice Akissi Boutin*

Syntagmes nominaux et syntagmes adpositionnels dans trois langues en contact
de Côte d'Ivoire


*Brad Montgomery-Anderson*

Grammaticalization through language contact: the periphrastic passive in
Chontal Mayan**

 *Book Reviews and Debates*

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*Book reviews and debates : some explanations*

 *Jonathan Owens*

What is a Language? : Review of Bernard Comrie, Ray Fabri, Elizabeth Hume,
Manwel Mifsud, Thomas Stolz & Martine Vanhove (eds.), *Introducing Maltese
Linguistics. Selected papers from the 1st International Conference on
Maltese Linguistics, Bremen,* 18-20 October*.* 2007, XI, 422 pages. Studies
in Language Companion Series 113. Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
 *Elisabetta Carpitelli*

Pour une théorie intégrée du plurilinguisme et du contact
linguistique. Àpropos de : Uriel Weinreich,
*Lingue in contatto*. Premessa di Vincenzo Orioles. Introduzione di Giorgio
Raimondo Cardona, 2008, 352 pages. Torino, UTET (Unione Tipografico Editrice


* Book Reviews*

Georges D. Véronique

Birgit Brock-Utne & Ingse Skattum (eds.). *Languages and Education in
Africa. A comparative and transdisciplinary analysis*, 2009, 356 pages.
Oxford: Symposium Books.


Françoise Gadet

Penelope Gardner-Chloros. *Code-switching,* 2009, 254 pages. Cambridge
University Press.


Nicolas Quint

Magnus Huber & Viveka Villupillai (eds.). *Synchronic and Diachronic
Perspectives on Contact Languages*, 2007, XII + 370 pages.
Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins.


Naomi Lapidus Shin

Carol A. Klee & Andrew Lynch. *El español en contacto con otras lenguas*,
2009, xiv + 331 pages. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.


Axel Fleisch

Mena Lafkioui & Vermondo Brugnatelli (eds.). *Berber in Contact. Linguistic
and sociolinguistic perspectives*, 2008, 231pp. 4 colour illustrations, 12
tables. [Berber Studies, vol. 22.] Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.


Tjerk Hagemeijer

Philippe Maurer. *Principense - Grammar, texts, and vocabulary of the
Afro-Portuguese creole of the island of Príncipe, Gulf of Guinea,* 2009,
vii+280 pages. London-Colombo: Battlebridge Publications.


Nélia Alexandre

Nicolas Quint. *L’Élément Africain dans la Langue Capverdienne //
Africanismos na Língua Caboverdiana*, 2008, 133 pages. Paris : L’Harmattan.


Anthony P. Grant

Rachel Selbach, Hugo C. Cardoso, & Margot van der Berg (eds.),* Gradual
creolization: studies celebrating Jacques Arends*),  2009, X +  392  pages.
(Creole Language Library 34) Amsterdam - Pittsburgh: John Benjamins.


Caroline Juillard

Peter K.W.Tan & Rani Rubdy. *Language as Commodity. Global Structures, Local
Marketplaces,* 2008, 228 pages, London - New York: Continuum.


Carsten Sinner

Robert E. Vann. *Materials for the Sociolinguistic Description and
Corpus-Based Study of Spanish in Barcelona. Toward a Documentation of
Colloquial Spanish in Naturally Ocurring Groups, with a Foreword by
Montserrat Casanovas Catalá, *2009, xvi + 263 pages, 16 tables and 2 maps.
The Edwid Mellen Press, Lewiston, Queenston & Lampeter.


*Books and journals received*


*JLC Authors and Referees (THEMA 1, 2 ; VARIA 1, 2, 3).***


*JLC INFORMATION * : Change of state

The third VARIA volume of the* Journal of Language Contact* is herewith
published and the third THEMA issue shall appear by end of 2010. The already
published volumes have been well recognized in the academic field of
Language Contact studies and the international academic affiliations of the
contributors, the thematic richness of the articles and the scientific
quality may be interpreted as a confirmation of the journals success. JLC is
in the fore in its domain on an international level and has received
international attention. However, despite its recognition it received not
enough publishing support.

The attention of publishing house Brill in Leiden has, as a consequence of
its international recognition, been attracted to the development of the
journal. BRILL has contacted the editors and proposed to continue the
publication and diffusion of the* Journal of Language Contact* one year ago.
After examination of the offer and one year of negotiations the editors have
finally accepted because the engagement and experience of BRILL will
guarantee the continuity of the journal and provide the necessary publishing
support, hosting and promotion—while the scientific independence will be
left untouched. Although the future volumes of the journal will no longer be
open access, a moderate pricing of has been agreed on.

This will change:

*1)   *One volume with two issues of JLC will appear per year as before. A
distinction with the current practice is that most issues will be regular
issues, but occasionally a thematic issue will be published which will be
announced in advance. The number of pages will remain 350 pp. per year.

*2)   *Starting from volume 4, JLC will be published online and in print,
distributed under the terms of subscription of BRILL.

*3)   *The mode of publication of the actual issues VARIA 3 and THEMA 3
(volume 3) is and will be still open access. All articles can be downloaded
without charge as before.

*4)   *All issues and articles up to volume 3 will remain open access and
can be downloaded without charge as before. They will be however accessible
under the new future domain and are hosted then on the new website of the
journal at BRILL.

*Robert Nicolaï*


We hope you will also visit our site http://www.jlc-journal.org/
We would also like to invite you to distribute this
announcement to all your colleagues who might be interested. Thank  you very
much in advance for your prospective support, comments and suggestions.

Robert Nicolaï, Professeur Émérite
Institut universitaire de France et Université de Nice
Chaire « Dynamique du langage et contact des langues »
Editor in Chief, Journal of Language Contact
Adresse postale: 7, rue Neuve
06510 Le Broc (France)

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