La creación de lenguas y lectoescrituras nuevas: el criollo de San Andrés y Providencia con una mirada hacia el jamaiquino y el haitiano

Autores/as

  • Angela Bartens Universidad de Turku

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.lyl.n79a13

Palabras clave:

lenguas criollas, criollo inglés de San Andrés y Providencia, creación de lenguas, nuevas lectoescrituras

Resumen


Se examina la idea de «creación de lenguas» y lectoescrituras en lenguas criollas con un enfoque en el criollo de San Andrés y Providencia. El criollo jamaiquino y haitiano se toman como puntos de comparación por su mayor prestigio. La principal fuente de datos la constituyen publicaciones de grupos de Facebook, recogidas entre febrero de 2016 y julio de 2020, así como imágenes de paisajes lingüísticos sanandresanos de 2015. El hallazgo principal es que, debido a un cambio positivo en las actitudes lingüísticas, tanto a nivel local como global, el criollo sanandresano-providenciano está entrando en el dominio de la escritura
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Biografía del autor/a

Angela Bartens, Universidad de Turku

Ph.D. in Romance Philology (Linguistics), Georg August-Universität Göttingen, 1995. Selected academic positions: Visiting scholar at the Linguistics Department of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 1996-1997; assistant professor at the Instituto de Estudios Caribeños, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Sede San Andrés, 1999; acting professor of Ibero-Romance Languages, University of Helsinki, 2001-2006; full professor of Spanish at the University of Turku since 2010/2012. Research interests: contact linguistics including creole languages and other minority minority/minorized languages; language ideologies, vitality, and development; language variation and change; Spanish and Portuguese morphosyntax; critical discourse analysis. 

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2021-04-15

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Bartens, A. (2021). La creación de lenguas y lectoescrituras nuevas: el criollo de San Andrés y Providencia con una mirada hacia el jamaiquino y el haitiano . Lingüística Y Literatura, 42(79), 237–256. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.lyl.n79a13