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Selected Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas (WILA 8)
edited by Jan Heegård Petersen and Karoline Kühl
Printed edition: $220.00 $150.00 (advance price until November 15, 2018)

Contents

This proceedings will be published approximately November 15, 2018. Links to abstracts and complete papers will appear on this page then. Advance orders are welcome!

Preface
Jan Heegård Petersen, Karoline Kühl, Janne Bondi Johannessen, and Michael T. Putnam
v-vi

Preserving Swiss Dialect Features in the Diaspora: The Case of New Glarus
Anita Auer and Alexandra Derungs
1-8

Compositional Definiteness in Heritage Norwegian: Production Studied in a Translation Experiment
Yvonne van Baal
9-17

Is das der Hammer, das du den Traktor gebrochen hast mit? Preposition Stranding in Wisconsin Heritage German
Joshua Bousquette
18-27

Much More mere eller mindre 'More or Less' in Argentine Danish
Jan Heegård Petersen
28-36

Resisting Contact-Induced Sound Change in Heritage Swiss German
Andrew Hoffman and Robert Klosinski
37-43

Heritage Swedish, English, and Textual Space in Rural Communities of Practice
Angela Hoffman and Merja Kytö
44-54

Marking Simultaneity and Sequentiality in North American Icelandic Narratives
Kristín M. Jóhannsdóttir
55-62

Constructional Change Based on Cross-linguistic Analogy Building in North American Danish
Karoline Kühl
63-70

The Relation between Finiteness Morphology and Verb-Second: An Empirical Study of Heritage Norwegian
Alexander K. Lykke
71-79

Coffee and Danish in Sanpete County, Utah: An Exploration of Food Rituals and Language Shift
Elizabeth Peterson
80-87

Systematic Variation in the Gender System in American Norwegian
Linn Iren Sjånes Rødvand
88-95

Language Shift in Slow Motion: Evidence from German-Canadian Family Papers
Doris Stolberg
96-102

This proceedings will be published approximately November 15, 2018. Links to abstracts and complete papers will appear on this page then. Advance orders are welcome!