Current Students (2015-)
Sociolinguistic Symposium 21 (15-18 June). A multi-language study of the Romance subjunctive. abstract
Grant M. Berry
National Science Foundation, BCS -1651061 ($15,107), ‘Doctoral Dissertation Research: The long and short of linguistic variation: Dual mechanisms of cognitive control in processing phonological variation and the adoption of sound change’
2016. Processing linguistic variation through dual mechanisms of cognitive control. Linguistics Vanguard
Miguel Ramos Riquelme
2016. 1sg subject pronoun expression in earlier Spanish. Spanish in Context.
2014. Patterns of variable aspectual marking in Palenquero creole. Penn State Ph.D. Assistant professor, Bucknell University
2014. The impact of code-switching and cognate status on phonetic realizations in the New Mexican Spanish-English bilingual community. Penn State Ph.D. Assistant professor, Ball State University
2013. From possession to obligation: modal grammaticalization and variation. Penn State Ph.D. Lecturer, Penn State University
2012. A community-based study of social, prosodic, and syntactic factors in code-switching. Penn State Ph.D. Lecturer, Lehman College, CUNY
Mary T. Copple
2009. A diachronic study of the Spanish perfect(ive): Tracking the constraints on a grammaticalizing construction. University of New Mexico PhD. Associate professor and Spanish Language Program Coordinator, Kansas State University
2008. A usage-based account of syllable- and word-final /s/ reduction in four dialects of Spanish. University of New Mexico PhD. Associate professor, Kansas State University
Jessi Elana Aaron
2006. Variation and change in Spanish future temporal expression. University of New Mexico PhD. Associate professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Florida
2006. Lone English-origin nouns in the Spanish of New Mexico: A variationist analysis of phonological and morphological adaptation. University of New Mexico PhD. Associate professor, Department of International Language and Culture Studies, Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne.
2006. Social and linguistic correlates of Spanish-Portuguese bilingualism on the Uruguayan-Brazilian border. University of New Mexico PhD. Associate professor, Department of Languages and Linguistics, New Mexico State University.
2005. Hiatus resolution between words in New Mexican Spanish: A usage-based account. University of New Mexico PhD. Assistant professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Brigham Young University-Idaho.
Mayra Cortes Torres
2005. La perífrasis ESTAR + -NDO en el español puertorriqueño: ¿variación dialectal o contacto lingüístico? University of New Mexico PhD. Instructor, Pima Community College, Tucson, Arizona.
José Esteban Hernández
2004.Present Perfect variation and grammaticization in Salvadoran Spanish. University of New Mexico PhD. Associate professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literature, University of Texas-Pan American.
Esther L. Brown
2004. The reduction of initial /s/ in New Mexican Spanish: A usage-based approach. University of New Mexico PhD. Associate professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Colorado at Boulder.
2001. La variable expression del sujeto en el español de los colombianos y colombo-americanos residentes en el condado de Miami-Dade. University of Florida PhD. Professor, Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Central Michigan University.