Donald Winford

Linguistic Department
The Ohio State University

Fields of interest:

creole linguistics, variationist sociolinguistics, contact linguistics, African-American English

Recent publications:

D. Winford,
Substrate influence and universals in the emergence of contact Englishes: Re- evaluating the evidence.
English as a contact language, (eds.) D. Schreier, M. Hundt, Cambridge: Cambridge University Pres 2013, pp. 222-241.

D. Winford,
Social factors in Contact languages.
Handbook of Contact Languages, (eds.) Y. Matrin, P. Bakker, Field of Linguistics series, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2013, pp. 369-425.

D. Winford,
Creole Languages.
The Oxford Handbook of Tense and Aspect, (ed.) R. Binnick, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2012, pp. 428-457.

D. Winford,
Pidgins and creoles in the history of English.
The Oxford Handbook of the History of English, (eds.) T. Nevalainen, E. Closs Traugott, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2012, pp. 592-601.

D. Winford,
(eds.) B. Kortmann, K. Lunkenheimer, The Electronic World Atlas of Variation in English: Grammar. München/Berlin: Max Planck Digital Library in cooperation with Mouton de Gruyter 2011.

K. De Bot, L. Isurin, D. Winford (eds.),
Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Code-switching,
Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2009.

D. Winford,
Contact and borrowing.
(ed.) R. Hickey, Handbook of Language Contact, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell 2010, pp. 170-187.

D. Winford,
English in the Caribbean
A Companion to the History of the English language, (eds.) M. Matto, H. Momma, Oxford: Blackwell 2008, pp. 413-423.