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Name: Victor  Fernandez-Mallat
Institution: University of Washington
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: https://washington.academia.edu/VictorFernandezMallat
State and/or Country: WA
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
Specialty: Dialects Contact and Accommodation; Chilean Voseo
Subject Language(s): Spanish
Selected Publications: Godenzzi, J. / Fernández Mallat, V. 2014. En aquí, en allá: adverbios de lugar en el
español de migrantes andinos bolivianos. Lexis (Lima) 38, 1, 181-205.
Soto Rodríguez M. / Fernández Mallat, V. 2012. Marcando referencias y vínculos en el español andino: A
propósito del llamado doble posesivo. Neue Romania (Berlin) 41 [P. Dankel / V. Fernández Mallat / J.
Godenzzi / Stefan Pfänder (éds.): El español de los Andes: estrategias cognitivas en interacciones
situadas], 57-88.
Fernández Mallat, V. 2011. El ‘voseo mixto verbal’ de hablantes chilenos en Montreal: Estudio de caso en un
contexto de contacto dialectal. Boletín de Filología de la Universidad de Chile (Santiago) 46, 2, 35-58.
Fernández, V. 2010. Lenguas en el norte grande de Chile: antecedentes históricos y situación actual. Tinkuy
(Montréal) 12, 121-142.
Fernández, V. 2008. La nueva Lima: cambios y representaciones lingüísticas de la ciudad. Tinkuy (Montréal) 9,
33-45.
Courses Taught: Advanced Spanish Grammar; The Evolution of the Spanish Language; Dialects in Contact; Andean Languages, Cultures and Societies; Latin American Spanish; Spoken Spanish and its Variants; Discourse Methods; Spanish (all levels)
Dissertation Abstract: The Spanish of Andean Immigrants in Northern Chile: Dialectal Convergence and Divergence in a Dialect Contact Situation
Reviewer of: Salience in Sociolinguistics (LL Issue 25.2443)



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