Undergraduate Courses

1. LING 3309 Structure of Spanish

2. LING 3311 Spanish Phonetics and Phonology

3. LING 3312 Pedagogical Issues in Spanish

4. LING 3357 Sociolinguistics

 


Graduate Courses

1. LING 5373 Linguistic Variation

2. LING 5370 Study in Language

3. LING 5381 Spanish Phonetics and Phonology

4. LING 5388 Bilingualism

 


Directed Master’s thesis

Michelle Aguilar (in progress). “Language Attitudes Toward Hispanic-Accented and Standard Varieties of English”, Department of Languages and Linguistics.

Roberto Ortega 2018. “The labiodental voiced fricative [v] in the Spanish of El Paso Texas”, Department of Languages and Linguistics.

Sandra Esparza. 2017. “Speech Accommodation and the Aspiration of /s/ in the Spanish of Ciudad Juárez”, Department of Languages and Linguistics.

Luis Méndez. 2016. “Weakening of the voiceless affricate in the Spanish of Ciudad Juárez”, Department of Languages and Linguistics.

Noelle Molinar. 2016. “Constructed Languages in Film and Television”, Department of Languages and Linguistics

Sevda Rahymov. 2014. “A Variationist Sociolinguistic Analysis of /r/ deletion in Turkish”, Department of Languages and Linguistics

Gisela Simental. 2014. “The phonetic realization of /p, t, k/ in Spanish-English codeswitching”, Department of Languages and Linguistics

Raquel, Gonzalez. 2013. “A phonological and phonetic analysis of vowel opening in Mexican Spanish”, Department of Languages and Linguistics

 

 

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