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Tributaries No. 10 Completed in collaboration with guest editor Dr. Thomas Nunnally, Associate Professor of English at Auburn University, Tributaries No. 10 is dedicated to the languages of Alabama.
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Completed in collaboration with guest editor Dr. Thomas Nunnally, Associate Professor of English at Auburn University, Tributaries No. 10 is dedicated to the languages of Alabama.

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This issue includes twelve articles by Alabama-oriented linguists including:  “South in Your Mouth? Vowel and Identity in Huntsville, Alabama,” “They Sound Better than We Do: Language Attitudes in Alabama,” “Just What is the Southern Drawl?” plus articles on native American languages, multilingual Alabama and more. Authors are Rachael Allbritten, a doctoral candidate in the department of Linguistics at Georgetown University;  Dr. Charlotte Brammer of Samford University;  Dr. Catherine Evans Davies of the English Department at the University of Alabama;  Jocelyn Doxsey formerly of New York University;  Dr. Crawford Feagin recently of the University of Zurich; J. Daniel Hasty, a graduate student in the department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages at Michigan State University; Kimberly Johnson, a mentor teacher and English Department Head at Auburn Junior High; Anna Head Oggs, an English doctoral candidate at Auburn University; Dr. Michael Picone professor of French and Linguistics at the University of Alabama; and Dr. Robin Sabino of the Echota/Auburn University Tsalagi Language Revitalization Project.

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