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|Institution:||New Mexico State University|
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|Specialty:||Spanish in Contact with Portuguese and English|
|Selected Publications:||Waltermire, Mark. 2014. Language use and attitudes as stimuli for phonological change in Border Uruguayan Spanish. In Dominic Watt and Carmen Llamas (eds.), Language, Borders and Identity, 70-89. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Waltermire, Mark. 2014. The influence of English on U.S. Spanish: Introduction. In Mark Waltermire (ed.), The Influence of English on U.S. Spanish, Issue 8(1) of Sociolinguistic Studies, 1-21. London: Equinox.
Waltermire, Mark. 2014. The social conditioning of mood variation in the Spanish of Albuquerque, New Mexico. In Mark Waltermire (ed.), The Influence of English on U.S. Spanish, Issue 8(1) of Sociolinguistic Studies, 111-137. London: Equinox.
Waltermire, Mark. 2012. The differential use of Spanish and Portuguese along the Uruguayan-Brazilian border. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 15(5). 509-531.
Waltermire, Mark. 2011. Frequency effects on the morphological conditioning of syllable-final /s/ reduction in Border Uruguayan Spanish. Journal of Language Contact VARIA 4. 26-55.
Waltermire, Mark. 2010. Variants of intervocalic /d/ as markers of sociolinguistic identity among Spanish-Portuguese bilinguals. Spanish in Context 7(2). 279-304.
Waltermire, Mark and Jens Clegg. 2009. Gender assignment to English-origin nouns in the Spanish of the Southwestern United States. Southwest Journal of Linguistics 28(1). 1-17.
Waltermire, Mark. 2008. Social stratification and the use of language-specific variants of intervocalic /d/ along the Uruguayan-Brazilian border. Sociolinguistic Studies 2(1). 31-60.
Waltermire, Mark. 2008. Using authentic audio in dictogloss activities. Dialogue on Language Instruction 19(1/2). 1-10.
Waltermire, Mark. 2004. The effect of syllable weight on the determination of spoken stress in Spanish. In Timothy L. Face (ed.), Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonology, 171-191. New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
|Courses Taught:||Introduction to Linguistics
Exploring Language Systems
Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
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