Robin Sabino is an associate professor in the Department of English.
She teaches courses in linguistics; language acquisition; technical and business writing, and composition; and literature. Her research program addresses cultural contact, language variation, and language change. Ongoing projects include research on the history and description of Negerhollands, the lingua franca of the former Danish West Indies; Virgin Islands English; and ways of operationalizing word frequency. She is also developing an instructional website for the revitalization of Cherokee and oversees self-instructionnal websites for Arabic and Mandarin.
Sabino, Robin. (2005). Survey Says...gameday. American Speech 80.1: 61-77.
Sabino, Robin, Mary Diamond, and Lawrence Cockcroft. (2003). Language Variety in the Virgin Islands: Plural Marking. In (Eds.) Michael Aceto and Jeffrey P. Williams. Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean, 81-94. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Hathorn, Stacye, and Robin Sabino. (2001). Views and Vistas: James Patriot's Wilson's Travels through the Choctaw, Chickasaw, and Cherokee Nations. The Alabama Review. July: 206-220.
Last updated February 27, 2007