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CALICO Conference 2018

7th Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Linguistics Conference
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The Spanish Linguistics Graduate Students at Arizona State University is pleased to invite you to our seventh annual Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Linguistics Conference, which will be held in Tempe, AZ on March 30 & 31, 2018. The conference offers an opportunity for graduate students of Spanish and Portuguese Linguistics to share their current research.

3/30/2018 to 3/31/2018
When: Friday, March 30, 2018
Where: Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona 
United States

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The Spanish Linguistics Graduate Students at Arizona State University is pleased to invite you to our seventh annual Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Linguistics Conference, which will be held in Tempe, AZ on March 30 & 31, 2018. The conference offers an opportunity for graduate students of Spanish and Portuguese Linguistics to share their current research.

Our plenary speakers this year will present on topics in Spanish Heritage Language Acquisition and Pedagogy, Sociolinguistics, and Second Language Acquisition.

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Meet Our Keynote and Plenary Speakers

Dr. Andrew Lynch, is Associate Professor of Spanish at the University of Miami. His research specializations include sociolinguistics and language in society, bilingualism, language contact, heritage language acquisition and pedagogy, and the sociolinguistic and cultural aspects of Spanish in the United States.

 

Dr. Esther Brown is Associate Professor of Spanish & Portuguese at CU Boulder. Her research centers on the study of phonology from a usage-based perspective. She employs large corpora of spoken Spanish which she analyzes using methods derived principally from Variation Theory. Her work establishes significant correlations between variation and use; specifically between phonological reduction and variables such as word frequency and discourse context frequencies.

Dr. Bryan Smith is Associate Professor of English at Arizona State University. His research focuses on computer-assisted language learning, specifically the intersection of CALL and SLA. He is Editor (along with Mat Schulze) of the CALICO Journal, which is an international journal devoted to research and discussion on technology and language learning.

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