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Approaches to Hispanic Linguistics in the US

About This Event

This event focuses on current approaches to Hispanic Linguistics in the US. Four internationally-known speakers will be sharing their research experiences and giving us overviews on trends in their expertise areas in short videos available in the event website and will address questions during an hour hybrid round table. The event is free, multi-modal and open to all.

Featured Guests

J. César Félix-Brasdefer Indiana University--Pragmatics and Discourse Analysis in Spanish Gillian Lord University of Florida—Spanish Second Language Acquisition (including second language phonology, computer assisted language teaching and learning, and pedagogy/materials design) Scott Schwenter OSU—Language Variation and Change in Spanish Almeida Jacqueline Toribio UT-Austin – Multilingualism & code-switching (theoretical & empirically-based approaches)

Oct. 14, 2022, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

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LIN13: CNY Spanish Linguistics

Audience: Open to the Public

Host: Syracuse University

Category: Workshop or Mini-Seminar Conference Other

RSVP by Oct. 13, 2022