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The article entitled "El foco, la estructura informativa y el ser focalizador en el español cibaeño" [Focus, information structure, and focalizing ser in Cibaeño Spanish], authored by Dr. Timothy Gupton, appeared in the most recent volume of the journal Revista International de Lingüística Iberoamericana (RILI). Congratulations to Dr. Gupton! 
The article "Why we need a gradient approach to word order" recently appeared (ahead of print) in the journal Linguistics. An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Language Sciences. This project was led by Dr. Natalia Levishna (Max Planck Institute) and Dr. Savithry Namboodiripad (University of Michigan), and was co-authored by a team of international researchers including Dr. Timothy Gupton. ​​​​This paper started as collection of separate…
The article "Focus at the syntax–discourse interface in L2 Spanish: Optionality and unaccusativity reconsidered", by Dr. Timothy Gupton (UGA, Romance Languages) and Dr. Silvia Sánchez Calderón (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain) recently appeared in the journal Second Language Research. Data for this project was gathered at UGA and in Valencia, Spain with the cooperation of UGA en España. Congratulations to Dr. Gupton!
Portuguese Pronunciation Workshop with Jean Costa Silva  
People from all departments are welcome at this event. Please, feel free to share this info and the flyer with your students.  1. TALK on Wednesday, November 9, 4:00-5:00 pm, Gilbert Hall 113 "Rules that work: a verber/verbed fragment of a grammar of Spanish" This talk, meant for language students and instructors as well as linguists, will show that rules of language are easier to state, understand, retain, and apply if…
Congratulations to University of Georgia's newest PhD in Romance Linguistics, Dr. María Morado-Vázquez, who successfully defended her dissertation, "La adquisición del orden sujeto-verbo en la intransitividad y la interfaz sintaxis-discurso: Un estudio sobre la entrada lingüística dirigida al estudiante" on July 15, 2022. Enhorabuena and Parabéns, Dr. Morado-Vázquez! Timothy Gupton (major professor) Chad Howe Avizia Long Margaret Quesada
Enhorabuena and Parabéns to University of Georgia's newest PhD in Romance Linguistics, Dr. María Morado-Vázquez, on the successful defense of her dissertation, "La adquisición del orden sujeto-verbo en la intransitividad y la interfaz sintaxis-discurso: Un estudio sobre la entrada lingüística dirigida al estudiante"
In the world we currently live in, our presence online is almost as important as our presence on campus. Employers today are likely to "meet you" online before they get to see you in person. That is why the GSO has decided to help our graduate students understand and develop their professional presence online with the help of the DigiLab. Join us on Instagram @uga.roml
All are invited to attend Diogo Cosme's dissertation defense on Friday, November 19th at 10am via Zoom.  "L3 Acquisition of the Portuguese Present Perfect by English-Spanish Bilinguals" Major Professor: Dr. Tim Gupton (contact Dr. Gupton for link) Commitee Members: Dr. Margaret Quesada, Dr. Chad Howe, Dr. Michael Iverson
A number of papers by students in the Departments of Romance Languages and Linguistics have been accepted for presentation at the 21st Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (HLS), which will take place on the campus of Texas Tech University October 26-28. Please join us for a special practice event in anticipation of HLS 21 on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. 5:00pm - Poster session (basement of Gilbert Hall) 6:00-7:30pm - Oral presentations (Gilbert…

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