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contributed to D+C/E+Z in autumn 2017 as professor of linguistics at the University of the West Indies. He is based at the University’s Mona campus in Kingston, Jamaica.  

All articles of Hubert Devonish

Popular music

Jamaica’s nation language

How Jamaican Creole became the main language for artistic expression

Linguistic heritage

Tu di worl: Creole goes global

Creole languages of the Caribbean reflect and express peoples’ identities

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