Selected papers

2022. Nonconvergence toward the standard: The maintenance of a distinctive use of rhotics among the Santomean diaspora in Portugal. Folia Linguistica. (With Félix Desmeules-Trudel.) DOI: 10.1515/flin-2022-2031

2022. Language and racial attitudes toward French varieties in a second-language context, The Canadian Modern Language Review. DOI: 10.3138/cmlr-2021-0078

2022. Language ideologies and second language acquisition: The case of French long-term residents in Sweden. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development. (Fanny Forsberg Lundell, Klara Arvidsson, Marie-Eve Bouchard). DOI: 10.1080/01434632.2022.2099408

2022. The use and vitality of Angolar: A study of attitudes on São Tomé Island. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages, 37(1), 160-188.

2022. Redefining Forro as a marker of identity: Language contact as a driving force for language maintenance among Santomeans in Portugal. Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 41(1), 85-104.

2022. Postcolonial sociolinguistics: Investigating attitudes, ideologies and power in language contact settings. Journal of Postcolonial Linguistics, 6,

2021. Navigating potential conflicting identities: Identification processes among minority youths in Portugal. Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, DOI:

2021. Popular Brazilian Portuguese through capoeira: From local to global. Etnográfica, 25(1), 95-116. [online],

2020. Scaling proximity to Whiteness: Racial boundary-making on São Tomé Island. Ethnography, DOI:

2019. Language shift from Forro to Portuguese: Language ideologies and the symbolic power of Portuguese on São Tomé Island. Lingua, 228, DOI:

2019. Ongoing change in post-independence São Tomé: The use of rhotics as a marker of national identity among young speakers of Santomean Portuguese. Language Variation and Change, 31, 21-42.

2019. Becoming monolingual: The impact of language ideologies on the loss of multilingualism on São Tomé Island. Languages, 50(4), DOI:

2018. Subject pronoun expression in Santomean Portuguese. Journal of Portuguese Linguistics, 17(1), DOI:

2018. A distinctive use of R as a marker of Santomean identity. Journal of Belonging, Identity, Language and Diversity, 2(1), DOI: