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|Selected Publications:||Quantitative measures of subjectification: a variationist study of Spanish salir(se)' Cognitive Linguistics 16:4.607-634. In press. (co-author: Rena Torres Cacoullos)
'Quantitative evidence for contact-induced accommodation: shifts in /s/ reduction patterns in Salvadoran Spanish in Houston' IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society. John Benjamins. In press. (co-author: José Esteban Hernández)
'Te sales: ¿puede cuantificarse la subjetivización?' VIII Encuentro Internacional de Lingüística en el Noroeste. Serie Memorias. In press. (co-author: Rena Torres Cacoullos)
'The gendered use of salirse in Mexican Spanish: Si me salía yo con las amigas, se enojaba' Language in Society 33:4.585-607.
'So respetamos un tradición del uno al otro': So and entonces in New Mexican Bilingual Discourse' Spanish in Context 1:2.161-179.
'Bare English-origin nouns in Spanish: rates, constraints, and discourse functions' Language Variation and Change 15:3.289-328. (co-author: Rena Torres Cacoullos)
'Determiner Variation with English-Origin Nouns in New Mexican Spanish: Borrowing Bare Forms' NWAVE 31. Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics. (co-author: Rena Torres Cacoullos)
'Me Salí a Caminar: Pronominal constructions with intransitive motion verbs in northern New Mexican Spanish' in Selected Proceedings of the First Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics, ed. Lofti Sayahi, 123-133. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
|Courses Taught:||Spanish in Contact: Issues in Bilingualism
Language, Identity and Discrimination
Assimilating the Tongue: Language, Identity and Resistance in the Southwest
Vidas Latinas en los Estados Unidos
|Dissertation Abstract:||Variation and Change in Spanish Future Temporal Expression|
|Academic Paper Abstract:||
Quantitative Evidence for Contact-Induced Accommodation: Shifts in /s/ reduction patterns in Salvadoran Spanish in Houston
Quantitative Measures of Subjectification: A variationist study of Spanish salir(se)
The Gendered Use of Salirse in Mexican Spanish: Si me salía yo con las amigas, se enojaba
'So respetamos un tradición del uno al otro': So and entonces in New Mexican bilingual discourse
Bare English-origin Nouns in Spanish: Rates, constraints, and discourse functions
Pushing the envelope: Looking beyond the variable context
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