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Kudos to our new colleague, David Durian, assistant teaching professor of English, for the publication of his new chapter, “Apart, and Yet a Part: Social Class, Convergence, and the Vowel Systems of Columbus African American English and European American English.”

Kudos to our new colleague, David Durian, assistant teaching professor of English, for the publication of his new chapter, “Apart, and Yet a Part: Social Class, Convergence, and the Vowel Systems of Columbus African American English and European American English.”

Here is the citation:

 

David Durian, Melissa Reynard, and Jennifer Schumacher. “Apart, and Yet a Part: Social Class, Convergence, and the Vowel Systems of Columbus African American English and European American English.” Social and Structural Aspects of Language Contact and Change edited by Bettina Migge and Shelome Gooden, pp. 233–262. Berlin: Language Science Press.