Chloe Castle

Chloe Castle

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts


My PhD thesis in linguistics was accepted in October 2021. My research focuses on language contact and grammatical borrowing with a focus on English and Czech. My research interests include language contact and change, sociolinguistics, identity, language policy and planning, historical linguistics, Indo-European, heritage language maintenance, community languages, second language acquisition and Slavic languages, particularly Croatian.

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2022 Castle, C. (2022). Czech, mate: Grammatical replication and shift in South Australian Czech. Journal of Slavic Linguistics.
    2021 Castle, C. (2021). Language Loyalty and Language Purity in a Language Contact Situation: South Australian Czech. Journal of Slavic Linguistics, 29(1), 1-44.
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    2021 Castle, C. (2021). L1 English speakers in Prague: Motivators in language use and language borrowing. Linguistica Pragensia.
    2021 Castle, C. (2021). Expats in Prague: Czech borrowings in L1 English speakers. Estudios de Linguistica Inglesa Aplicada (ELIA).
  • Conference Items

    Year Citation
    2020 Castle, C. (2020). Language contact, grammatical borrowing, and attrition: A study of Czech in South Australia. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian Linguistics Society Conference 2020.
    2020 Castle, C. (2020). Expats in Prague: Czech borrowings in L1 English speakers. Poster session presented at the meeting of The International Conference on Bilingualism, Heritage Languages and Migration (BiUNED).
    2020 Castle, C. (2020). Consciously Co-Opting Grammar Between Languages: The Case of Borrowed Morphology from Czech into English. Poster session presented at the meeting of Postgraduate Conference on Multilingualism.
  • Datasets

    Year Citation
    2020 Castle, C. M. (2020). Interview Sessions Czech South Australian Study.
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    2020 Castle, C. M. (2020). Observation Sessions in Prague: L1 English Expatriates.
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    2020 Castle, C. M. (2020). Interview Sessions in Prague: L1 English Expatriates.
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    Castle, C. (n.d.). Grammatical phenomena in English L1 Czech L2 speakers found by panel.
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    Castle, C. (n.d.). Observation Sessions Czech South Australian Study.docx.
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  • Memberships

    Date Role Membership Country
    2021 - ongoing Member Multilingualism Research Centre Australia
    2020 - ongoing Member Slavic Linguistics Society Australia
    2020 - ongoing Treasurer APOStIL Australia
    2018 - ongoing Member Australian Linguistic Society Australia

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