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    Dion, Nathalie et Shana Poplack

    Dion, Nathalie et Shana Poplack. 2005. « I’m like : ‹ I know, I do the same thing › » : Can minority speakers catch up with the Joneses? NWAV 34. New York University.

    Dion, Nathalie et Shana Poplack. 2006. Breaking the barriers : The spread of mainstream linguistic change to minority speakers. GURT 1987. Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

    Dion, Nathalie et Shana Poplack. 2007. Linguistic mythbusting : The role of the media in diffusing change. NWAV 36. University of Pennsylvania, PA.

    Dion, Nathalie et Shana Poplack. 2007. Spreading the word? : The role of media in transmitting change. CVC I. University of Toronto.

    Friesner, Michael et Laura Kastronic

    Friesner, Michael et Laura Kastronic. 2011. Age effects on short-a patterning in Quebec English. NWAV 40 (poster). Georgetown University.

    Friesner, Michael et Laura Kastronic. 2012. Assessing ongoing change in Québec City English. ADS 2012. Portland, Oregon.

    Jarmasz, Lidia-Gabriela

    Jarmasz, Lidia-Gabriela. 2006. The progressive, stative verbs, and change in Canadian English. NWAV 35. The Ohio State University, Columbus.

    Jarmasz, Lidia-Gabriela. 2007. Progressive change against a stable backdrop : stative verbs and the progressive in Canadian English. ICLCE 2. Université de Toulouse II-Le Mirail.

    Jarmasz, Lidia-Gabriela et Martine Leroux

    Jarmasz, Lidia-Gabriela et Martine Leroux. 2006. Much ado about nothing : Testing convergence in minority-language context. GURT 2006. Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

    Kastronic, Laura

    Kastronic, Laura. 2010. The Evolution of Discourse ’like’ in Quebec English. NWAV 39. The University of Texas at San Antonio.

    Kastronic, Laura. 2012. The WERE subjunctive in contemporary Canadian English. CVC VI. Université du Québec à Montréal.

    Kastronic, Laura et Shana Poplack

    Kastronic, Laura et Shana Poplack. 2013. The (North) American English subjunctive in the 21st century : revival or remnant? NWAV 42. Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.

    Kastronic, Laura et Shana Poplack. 2020. Be that as it may : The unremarkable trajectory of the North American English subjunctive. Linguistweets : The first international Twitter conference on Linguistics. Twitter, ABRALIN.

    Lealess, Allison V. et Chelsea T. Smith

    Lealess, Allison V. et Chelsea T. Smith. 2008. L’utilisation des pronoms relatifs sujets dans l’anglais de Québec : Evidence of contact-induced language change? CVC II. Université d’Ottawa.

    Leroux, Martine et Lidia-Gabriela Jarmasz

    Leroux, Martine et Lidia-Gabriela Jarmasz. 2005. A study about nothing : Null subjects as a diagnostic of convergence between English and French. NWAV 34. New York University.

    Leroux, Martine et Lidia-Gabriela Jarmasz. 2006. Nul ne peut ignorer le sujet : l’expression variable du sujet comme diagnostique de la convergence entre le français el l’anglais. Colloque international sur les variétés de français au Canada. Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.

    Poplack, Shana, Adrienne Jones, Allison V. Lealess, Martine Leroux, Chelsea T. Smith, Yukiko Yoshizumi, Lauren Zentz et Nathalie Dion

    Poplack, Shana, Adrienne Jones, Allison V. Lealess, Martine Leroux, Chelsea T. Smith, Yukiko Yoshizumi, Lauren Zentz et Nathalie Dion. 2006. Assessing convergence in contact languages. NWAV 35. The Ohio State University, Columbus.

    Poplack, Shana, Laura Kastronic et

    Poplack, Shana, Laura Kastronic et . 2014. Be that as it may : The unremarkable trajectory of the (North) American English subjunctive. ISLE 3. University of Zurich.

    Poplack, Shana, Rebecca Malcolmson, Molly Love et Rocío Pérez-Tattam

    Poplack, Shana, Rebecca Malcolmson, Molly Love et Rocío Pérez-Tattam. 2004. Ideology vs. usage : English as a minority language. NWAV 33. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

    Poplack, Shana et James A. Walker

    Poplack, Shana et James A. Walker. 2002. An English « like no other »? Language contact and change in Quebec. NWAV 31. Stanford University.

    Poplack, Shana et James A. Walker. 2003. A majority language in minority guise : the future of Quebec English. ACL 2003. Dalhousie University.

    Poplack, Shana et James A. Walker. 2004. Problems and method in the study of contact-induced language change. SS 15 (workshop). University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Royaume-Uni.

    Poplack, Shana et James A. Walker (organisateurs)

    Poplack, Shana et James A. Walker (organisateurs). 2004. The role of minority status in language contact and change : the past and the future in Canada. SS 15 (workshop). University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Royaume-Uni.

    Pritchard, Sonia

    Pritchard, Sonia. 2014. Glide realizations in Canadian mainstream vernacular English. CVC VIII. Queen’s University.

    Torres Cacoullos, Rena et James A. Walker

    Torres Cacoullos, Rena et James A. Walker. 2003. What’s that? ACL 2003. Dalhousie University.

    Torres Cacoullos, Rena et James A. Walker. 2003. Taking a complement … variably. NWAV 32. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphie.

    Torres Cacoullos, Rena et James A. Walker. 2004. Traces of grammar in pragmatic formulas.

    Toth, Candice

    Toth, Candice. 2014. Questioning the quantitative harmonic alignment in variationist dative alternation studies. CVC VIII. Queen’s University.

    Van Herk, Gerard

    Van Herk, Gerard. 2003. In perfect shape : verb semantics in the history of the English present perfect. NWAV 32. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphie.

    Van Herk, Gerard. 2003. « Since we’ve been together » English, French, and the perfect in Quebec City. ACL 2003. Dalhousie University.

    Van Herk, Gerard. 2005. Messy habits : The variable expression of habitual aspect in Quebec English. NWAV 34. New York University.

    Van Herk, Gerard. 2005. Stuck in the past? Change, stability and contact in Quebec English. Conference on Canadian English in the Global Context. University of Toronto.

    Van Herk, Gerard, Hélène Blondeau et Martine Leroux

    Van Herk, Gerard, Hélène Blondeau et Martine Leroux. 2004. That’s all in the past : temporal reference in Quebec English. SS 15 (workshop). University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Royaume-Uni.

    Walker, James A., Shana Poplack et Rena Torres Cacoullos

    Walker, James A., Shana Poplack et Rena Torres Cacoullos. 2004. Looking into the future in English and French. SS 15 (workshop). University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Royaume-Uni.

    Walker, James A. et Rena Torres Cacoullos

    Walker, James A. et Rena Torres Cacoullos. 2004. How to take a complement in Canadian English. Université de York et University of Edinburgh.