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Globalization and Localization in Computer-Assisted Language Learning

Hispania Centenary Issue (Prepublished PDFs)


Click the links below to view select batches of prepublished materials from the Hispania Centenary Issue intended to commence a global discussion on the future of Spanish and Portuguese that will continue throughout this year and into the future.


Apologia No More:
On Strong Foundations and the Future of Hispanism


Robert Bayliss
University of Kansas

Amy Rossomondo
University of Kansas

RESPONSE

Engaged Humanities and the Future of Spanish Programs

Ann Abbott
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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The Impact of Portuguese
on the Study of Third Language Acquisition

Jennifer Cabrelli Amaro
University of Illinois at Chicago

RESPONSES

Pedagogical Implications of Research on the Acquisition
of Portuguese as a Third Language

Blair E. Bateman
Brigham Young University

The Prospects of Portuguese for Spanish Speakers:
Potentializing Multicompetence

Juliana Luna Freire
Framingham State University

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Study Abroad, Immigration, and Voseo
in the Twenty-First-Century Classroom

Robert D. Cameron
United States Military Academy at West Point

RESPONSE

El Voseo: A Call to Action

Jean W. LeLoup
United States Air Force Academy

Barbara C. Schmidt-Rinehart
Ashland University

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Spanish for the Professions and Specific Purposes:
Curricular Mainstay

Michael Scott Doyle
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

RESPONSES

Spanish: A Language for Scientific and Technical Communication

Oscar A. Pérez
Skidmore College

Hacia el asentamiento del
Español para las Profesiones y Propósitos Específicos

Lourdes Sánchez-López
The University of Alabama at Birmingham

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The Place of the Forge:
The African Diaspora, History, and Comparative Literature

John Maddox
University of Alabama at Birmingham

RESPONSES

“Eparrei! Maleme pra ele, minha mãe!”

Renato Alvim
California State University–Stanislaus

Disrupting Moments in World Language Education:
Promising Changes

June C. D. Carter
University of South Carolina Upstate

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