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LINGUIST List 20.3373

Tue Oct 06 2009

Support: Spanish & General Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Stony Brook U.

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        1.    Jose Elias-Ulloa, Spanish & General Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Stony Brook University, USA

Message 1: Spanish & General Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Stony Brook University, USA
Date: 03-Oct-2009
From: Jose Elias-Ulloa <Jose.Elias-Ulloasunysb.edu>
Subject: Spanish & General Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Stony Brook University, USA
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Institution/Organization: Stony Brook University
Department: Hispanic Languages and Literature
Web Address: http://www.sunysb.edu/hispanic/grad-ma.shtml

Level: MA / MSc

Job Rank: MA / MSc

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics

Required Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Description:

* M.A. Program Description and Objectives

We are happy to invite applications to our new M.A. Program in Hispanic
Linguistics from all B.A. graduates interested in Spanish linguistics. The
Department offers a Teaching Assistant line to the most outstanding application
(the TAship covers tuition and a stipend for the awarded student during two
consecutive years). There are also other possibilities for financial support for
applicants fitting the relevant criteria. Our MA program lasts four semesters (2
years) and seeks to attract students interested in the study of the different
grammatical aspects of Spanish.

As a program, we are not only interested in the standard varieties of Spanish
but we are particularly interested in the study of its non-standard dialects,
those that emerge, for example, when Spanish as a dominant language enters in
contact with indigenous languages, or when the inverse situation occurs, as in
the context of the United States, where Spanish is in contact with a language
like English, or simply, in a monolingual context as it occurs in many Latino
American countries, where a standard variety of Spanish co-exists with
non-standard dialects.

The department offers courses in Phonetics, Phonology, Syntax, History of the
Spanish Language and Second Language Acquisition. For more detail information
about the program and courses offered go to our web site and contact below:

http://www.sunysb.edu/hispanic/grad-ma.shtml

Contact Information:
Professor Jose Elias-Ulloa (jeliasulloa at notes.cc.sunysb.edu);
Professor Francisco OrdoƱez (fordonez at notes.cc.sunysb.edu);
Professor Lilia Ruiz-Debbe (lruizdebbe at notes.cc.sunysb.edu).

* General Requirements to Apply to the Program
Applicants to the M.A. in Hispanic Linguistics should have completed a B.A. (or
its foreign equivalent) in Spanish studies at an accredited U.S. college or
foreign institution. Besides completing the online application form, which can
be found at this address: http://www.grad.sunysb.edu/admissions/app_info.shtml,
applicants will need to provide:

(1) official transcripts of undergraduate and (if applicable) graduate coursework;
(2) official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores (Stony Brook's code for
score reporting is 2548);
(3) an acceptable score (600) on TOEFL for foreign students;
(4) three letters of recommendation; and
(5) a personal statement where the applicant states his/her motivation for
applying to the program.

Applications Deadline: 15-Nov-2009

Mailing Address for Applications:
        Attn: Dr. Kathleen Vernon
        Melville Library N3017
        Stony Brook University
        Stony Brook NY 11794-3371
        USA

Web Address for Applications: http://www.grad.sunysb.edu/admissions/app_info.shtml

Contact Information:
        Prf. Jose Elias-Ulloa
        Jose.Elias-Ulloasunysb.edu


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