Gerard Van Herk, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Linguistics Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada 
Area:
Sociolinguistics, Dialectology, Language Variation and Language
Website:
http://www.mun.ca/linguistics/people/faculty/vanherk.php
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Shana Poplack grad student 2002 University of Ottawa
 (A message from the past: Past temporal reference in early African American letters.)
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Van Herk G. (2015) Regional variation in nineteenth-century African American English New Perspectives On Language Variety in the South: Historical and Contemporary Approaches. 219-232
Childs B, Van Herk G. (2014) Work that -s!: Drag queens, gender, identity, and traditional Newfoundland English Journal of Sociolinguistics. 18: 634-657
Kendall T, Bresnan J, Van Herk G. (2011) The dative alternation in African American English: Researching syntactic variation and change across sociolinguistic datasets Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. 7: 229-244
Childs B, Van Herk G, Thorburn J. (2011) Safe harbour: Ethics and accessibility in sociolinguistic corpus building Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. 7: 163-180
Kendall T, Van Herk G. (2011) Corpus linguistics and sociolinguistic inquiry: Introduction to special issue Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. 7: 1-6
Van Herk G. (2008) The very big class project: Collaborative language research in large undergraduate classes American Speech. 83: 222-230
Van Herk G. (2008) The present perfect in early African American correspondence English World-Wide. 29: 45-69
Van Herk G, Walker JA. (2005) S marks the spot? Regional variation and early African American correspondence Language Variation and Change. 17: 113-131
Van Herk G, Poplack S. (2003) Rewriting the past: Bare verbs in the Ottawa Repository of Early African American Correspondence Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages. 18: 231-266
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