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Tags: Spanish

Fri, 01/20/2023 - 2:13pm
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!
Mon, 01/16/2023 - 5:06pm
María González-Ferrer, Graham Johnson, and Eliot Westdorp, doctoral students in Romance Linguistics, recently published their paper "The historical evolution of the Spanish discourse marker pues from the 16th century" in the proceedings of the International Virtual Conference on Language and Literature, IVICOLL 2022.  Here is a LINK to their proceedings article. Congratulations to María, Graham, and Eliot! 
Mon, 09/26/2022 - 3:34pm
A warm welcome to Dr. Leslie Gordon! The Department of Romance Languages is thrilled to have you with us full time.  Leslie Gordon joins the Department of Romance Languages as Lecturer of Spanish.  Fascinated with the Spanish language since early childhood experiences in Texas, Dr. Gordon pursued her bachelor’s degree in in our own department as a UGA Honors student majoring in Romance Languages (Spanish and Portuguese).  She received her Master…
Wed, 04/06/2016 - 10:59am
Two of our Sigma Delta Pi members, Karishma Dayani and Emily Gibson, have been awarded 2016 Sigma Delta Pi Undergraduate Study Abroad Awards of $2,500. They were selected for these awards from a very competitive pool of applicants from all over the U.S. There were only 16 awards made, and UGA was the only institution with TWO winners. Ms. Dayani will be joining the UGA en España program in Valencia, and Ms. Gibson will be taking part in two…

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