Prof. Miriam Meyerhoff
Victoria University of Wellington
School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
Miriam Meyerhoff is internationally renowned for her work in sociolinguistics and particularly in creole languages. She has worked on linguistic phenomena concerning gender and ethnicity, and is one of the leading experts in Bislama, where she has concentrated on different varieties of that language in rural and more urban settings.
Publications & Presentations
Meyerhoff, Miriam (2022) Attitudes to variation: verbal hygiene, aesthetics and action In: Kolloquium SFB1412 (2022) [ViVo] Meyerhoff, Miriam; Aru, Carol; Veenstra, Tonjes (2021) Changes in plural marking in Bislama In: Society for Pidgin and Creole Languages: virtual winter meeting [ViVo]