"Spanish Heritage Language: Speakers and Learners" workshop

Glickman Center, College of Liberal Arts (CLA) building 1.302B, University of Texas at Austin
Dr. Andrew Lynch (University of Miami)
Dr. Gabriela Zapata (Texas A&M University)
Aris Clemons (UT Austin)
Anna Lawrence (UT Austin)

List of presentations (see program for more details)

  • The ‘in-between’ paradigm in Spanish as a heritage language – Andrew Lynch, University of Miami
  • Heritage and L1 Spanish Vowel Spaces: Acoustic Correlates for Social and Phonological Contrasts – Anna Lawrence, University of Texas at Austin
  • 'English-Only': Exploring Language Ideologies and Identity of Spanish-English Bilinguals in Monolingual Contexts – Aris Clemons, UT Austin
  • A Match Made in Heaven: Learning by Design and Its Role in Heritage and Second Language Instruction – Gabriela Zapata, Texas A&M University



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