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Name: Nkonko  M.  Kamwangamalu
Institution: Howard University
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: D.C.
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: 2004. Bi-/multi-lingualism in Southern Africa. In: Tej Bhatia and William C. Ritchie
(eds.), The Handbook of Bilingualism , 725-741. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.

2003. Language and education in Africa: emancipation or alienation? In: Pol Cuvelier, Theo du Plessis, and Lut Teck (eds.) Multlingualism, Education and Social Integration: Belgium, Europe, South Africa, and Southern Africa, 175-184. Pretoria: Van Schaik Publishers.

2002. Codeswitching, code-crossing, and identity construction in a society in transition, South Africa. In: Anna Duszak (ed.), Us and Others: Social Identities across Languages, Discourses, and Cultures, 187- 210. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2001a. Linguistic and Cultural Reincarnations of English: A case from Southern Africa. In: E. Thumboo (ed.), The Three Circles of English: Language Specialists Talk about the English Language, 45-66. Singapore: UniPress.

2001b. A linguistic renaissance for an African renaissance: language policy and planning for African mass development. In: Eddy Maloka & Elizabeth le Roux (eds.), Africa in the New Millennium, 131-143. Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa.

2000. Languages in contact. In: V. Webb and K. Sure (eds.), African Voices: An Introduction to the Languages and Linguistics of Africa, 88-108. Cape Town: Oxford University Press.

1998. Linguistic frontiers in Africa, Reality and Implications for Education and Development. In: K. Prah (ed.), Between Extinction and Distinction: The Harmonization and Standardization of African Languages, 187-204. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand Press.
Reviewer of: Discourse Analysis: Muysken (2000) (LL Issue 12.1550)
Applied Ling/Socioling: Lin & Martin (2005) (LL Issue 16.3223)
Lang Education/Socioling: Ramirez et al. (2005) (LL Issue 16.1928)

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