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Katie Galyon

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Master's Student, Hispanic Linguistics, Teaching Assistant of Spanish

My research focuses on contact between Spanish and Quechua in the Andes Region, specifically as it relates to gender morphology. I am currently teaching Spanish 1001. I love all things relating to languages, travel, and cooking!


B.A. in Music and Culture and Hispanic Studies with a minor in Women, Gender and Sexuality studies from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2020

Graduate Certificate in Translation from the University of North Carolina, 2021

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