- Title Pages
- 1 Latin America: A Linguistic Curiosity from the Point of View of Colonization and the Ensuing Language Contacts
- 2 The Many Facets of Spanish Dialect Diversification in Latin America
- 3 Amerindian Language Islands in Brazil
- 4 Historical Development of Nheengatu (Língua Geral Amazônica)
- 5 Language and Conquest: Tupi-Guarani Expansion in the European Colonization of Brazil and Amazonia
- 6 African Descendants’ Rural Vernacular Portuguese and Its Contribution to Understanding the Development of Brazilian Portuguese
- 7 Brazilian Portuguese and the Ecology of (Post-)Colonial Brazil
- 8 Maya and Spanish in Yucatán: An Example of Continuity and Change
- 9 Standard Colonial Quechua
- 10 Linguistic Subjectivity in Ecologies of Amazonian Language Change
- 11 The Ecology of Language Evolution in Latin America: A Haitian Postscript toward a Postcolonial Sequel
- Subject Index
- Author Index
- Iberian Imperialism and Language Evolution in Latin America
- University of Chicago Press
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