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Drawing on nearly a century of scholarship from the pages of American Speech (1925–), invited curators have compiled a selection of articles on topics of interest to them within the mission of the journal. Each collection comprises an overview paragraph and a list of five or six articles, which can be updated periodically to include concordant content from the journal when its inclusion enriches the list. Curators have assembled articles for various reasons: the curator esteems these articles; the relation of these articles give pause, stimulate reflection, or facilitate instruction; or where the contrast among the articles elicit further research questions. All featured articles are linked to online versions available at Duke University Press (2000–) or JSTOR (1925–1999).




December 11 2020

Lexical Research in American Speech

Curated by Michael Adams



December 11 2020

Bilingualism and Language Contact in American Speech, Past and Present

Curated by Joseph Salmons

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