John A. Holm
1978: Ph.D. in Linguistics, University College London
1968: M.A. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Columbia University Teachers College
1965: B.A. in English Language and Literature, University of Michigan
1980-1998: City University of New York: Hunter College English
Department, Ph.D. Program in Linguistics, C.U.N.Y. Graduate Center;
Assistant Professor (1980-86), Associate Professor (l986-l989), and
Professor (l989-98) of English and linguistics
1978-80: College of the Bahamas, Nassau; lecturer in linguistics, English,German
1973-75: Kollegium Sarnen, Switzerland; teacher (Hauptlehrer) of English
1971-73: Detroit Institute of Technology, Detroit MI, USA; instructor
of English as a second language, standard English as a second dialect,
1969-70: Volkshochschule, Zurich, Switzerland; instructor (Dozent) of English as a foreign language
1965-66: Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia; instructor
(professor) of English as a foreign language
Chair, English Linguistics;
Director, Graduate Program in Descriptive Linguistics
Coordinator, Research Group in Creolistics
2007. and Peter Patrick, eds. Comparative Creole Syntax. London: Battlebridge
2004. Languages in Contact: the partial restructuring of vernaculars.
Cambridge: Cambridge UniversityPress.175 pp.
2000 Introduction to Pidgins and Creoles. Cambridge Textbooks in
Linguistics, Cambridge University Press. 282 pp.
1993 and F. Byrne, eds. Atlantic Meets Pacific: a global view of
pidginization and creolization. Selected Papers from the Society for
Pidgin and Creole Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 465 pp.
1988-89 Pidgins and Creoles. Cambridge University Press. 2 vol., 704 pp.
1986 with M. Görlach, eds. Focus on the Caribbean. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 209 pp.
1983 ed., Central American English. Heidelberg: Julius Groos Verlag, 184 pp.
- 1982 with A. Shilling. Dictionary of Bahamian English. Cold Spring: Lexik House Publishers, 228 pp.
1978 The Creole English of Nicaragua's Miskito Coast, U. of London
Ph.D. thesis. Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International, 627 pages.
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