Ph.D. Stacey Jacobson (Romance-Spanish, Linguistics), Summer 2021. Dissertation title: Technology-Assisted Training in L2 Spanish Pronunciation: Evaluation from Phonetic and Psychometric Perspectives. Director: O’Rourke. Barbara Honeycutt (Romance-Spanish, Literature), Fall 2021, Dissertation
Day of the Dead celebration held at the Department of Modern Languages & Classics; sponsored by the Spanish Club/LEASF. The altar was dedicated to Frida Kahlo. The “calaveras literarias” (skul\l
O’Rourke, Erin. 2020. Phonological processes in flux: Variation in palatal lateral production in the Ecuadorian Amazon. In Stephen Fafulas (ed.), Amazonian Spanish: Language Contact and Evolution, 224-258. Amsterdam & Philadelphia:
Elizabeth Naranjo Hayes was awarded a prestigious Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)-Doctoral Scholars Program (DSP) Dissertation Year Award for 2021-2022. As a State Doctoral Scholars Fellow, she will be awarded
Dr. Sarah Moody, associate professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Classics, discusses learning new languages, Spanish literary production, and the Latin American, Caribbean, and LatinX Studies Program.
Dr. Micah McKay’s article, “‘Pasto sin fin del basurero’: Trash and Disposal in the Poetry of José Emilio Pacheco,” (published in the Latin American Literary Review, vol. 47, no. 93) received
Dr. Rodeño’s new book, Four Books, One Latino Life: Reading Richard Rodriguez, has been published by Universitat de Valéncia Publications as part of the collection Biblioteca Javier Coy d’Estudis Nord-Americans.
Dr. Erin O’Rourke’s co-authored chapter on “Intervocalic phonemic stop realization in Amazonian Peru: The case of Yagua Spanish” appeared in Spanish Phonetics and Phonology in Contact: Studies from Africa, the