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Publication - Quinlingualism in Maghreb?
The article that they co-authored together, Quinlingualism in the Maghreb?: English Use in Moroccan Outdoor Advertising, was published today in the peer-reviewed journal English Today, which is published by Cambridge University Press.
|Kachoub, Bouchra, & Hilgendorf, Suzanne K. (n.d.). Quinlingualism in the Maghreb?: English Use in Moroccan Outdoor Advertising. English Today, 1-14. doi:10.1017/S0266078419000221|
DR. SUZANNE HILGENDORF is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Simon Fraser University in Canada, with expertise in Sociolinguistics, Second Language Acquisition, and Foreign Language Pedagogy. Her primary research area is World Englishes, especially the Expanding Circle and English use in Germany/Europe. She has published in peer-reviewed encyclopedias, edited volumes, and journals, including Language Policy, and (co-)edited special issues of World Englishes (2007) and Sociolinguistica (2013). She served as President of the International Association for World Englishes from 2013 to 2014.
BOUCHRA KACHOUB received her MA degree in Applied Linguistics from Ohio University and is currently a PhD candidate at Simon Fraser University in Canada. Her areas of research interest include Sociolinguistics, Second/ Foreign Language Learning, and Language Policy. Bouchra is particularly interested in the spread and use of English in the Expanding Circle country of Morocco vis-à-vis the multiple languages already in use. Her primary focus is in the domains of advertising, education, and media.