Languages can offer clues about the history of human migrations, write Nicole Creanza, a Vanderbilt University biological sciences professor, and Andre Che Sherriah of the University of the West Indies. In this article, they highlight the study of language clues to identify the origins of Sranan, an English-based Creole language spoken in Suriname.
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