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Open Access MLA Convention Features




MLA CONVENTION FEATURES
 

2015

  

Innovative Approaches to Teaching Spanish and Portuguese
in the Twenty First Century, and More . . .

Domnita Dumitrescu

Hispania 98.2 (2015): 191–93

 

Gaining Proficiency through Task-based Activities
in the Portuguese Classroom
(Beginning and Intermediate Year Case Studies) 

Rebecca Jones-Kellogg

Hispania 98.2 (2015): 194–95


Theorizing Iberian Studies 

Robert Patrick Newcomb

Hispania 98.2 (2015): 196–97

 

"You know Spanish, right?"
Language for Specific Purposes
and the Challenge of Teaching
Content Areas and Lexical Domain
 

Douglas A. Jackson

Shannon M. Polchow

Hispania 98.2 (2015): 198–99

 

2014

 

English-Spanish Code-switching in Literary Texts: 

Is It Still Spanglish as We Know It?

Domnita Dumitrescu

Hispania 97.3 (2014): 357–59


The (Pre)History of Literary Spanglish

Testimonies of the Californio Dialect

Covadonga Lamar Prieto

Hispania 97.3 (2014): 360–61


An Imaginary Dialogue between Gloria Anzaldúa and Julia Kristeva

Jorgelina Corbatta

Hispania 97.3 (2014): 362–63


The Gay Immigrant and the Use of Spanglish in Ángel Lozada's 
No quiero quedarme sola y vacía: A Linguistic Transgression or a Struggle 
to Assimilate in the Late Capitalist City?

Andrés Aluma-Cazorla

Hispania 97.3 (2014): 364–65


Radical Bilingualism in ​Killer Crónicas

Roshawnda A. Derrick

Hispania 97.3 (2014): 366–67

 

2013

Spanglish” and Identity within and outside the Classroom

Domnita Dumitrescu

Hispania 96.3 (2013): 436–37


Becoming Bilingual, Becoming Ourselves:

Archival Memories of Spanglish in Early Californian Epistolary Texts

Robert W. Train

Hispania 96.3 (2013): 438–39


Who Soy Yo?: The Creative Use of “Spanglish” to Express a Hybrid Identity 
in Chicana/o Heritage Language Learners of Spanish

Ana Sánchez-Muñoz

Hispania 96.3 (2013): 440–41


¿Por qué leemos esto en la clase de español?”:

The Politics of Teaching Literature in Spanglish

Regan L. Postma

Hispania 96.3 (2013): 442–43

 


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