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J. Tiegs is currently a lecturer of Spanish in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. She learned Spanish from a young age, prompting her interest in language and her later travels to Spanish-speaking countries. She has spent long periods of time working and/or doing research in Peru and Chile, as well as shorter stays in Costa Rica, Ecuador and Spain. Her training is as a laboratory phonologist working with Romance Languages. She studies…
Caroline recently graduated with an M.A. from the Department of Linguistics at UGA. Caroline is originally from Raleigh, NC, and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. There she studied Linguistics, Romance studies, and Spanish Translation & Interpreting. In 2021 she participated in the Global Studies and Spanish summer program at the University of Deusto in Bilbao, Spain.  Her areas of interest are Hispanic…
Brandon Ponce Carmona holds a B.A. in Spanish & Portuguese from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. He is currently a Master’s student at the University of Georgia, with a focus on Brazilian Popular Culture, musical analysis and Portuguese language acquisition. His research interests include the sociopolitical and cultural effects of Brazilian Funk (Funk Carioca) in Brazil, the modern expansion of the genre and lyrical analysis of Funk…
I am from Pine Mountain, Georgia, a rural farming community with lots of cows & veggies. I have always had a strong interest in Spanish linguistics, semiotics, and philosophy. I am interested in the structural underpinnings of language as well as the relationship between phonetics and natural language processing. While language is my passion, I have also spent the last three years working as a legal writer for an immigration law firm &…
Isabelle Leimkuhler is a master's student in Hispanic Linguistics in the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Georgia. Her research interests include hispanic linguistics, applied linguistics, second language acquisition, language pedagogy, language variation, comparative linguistics, psycholinguistics, phonetics & phonology.  Isabelle presented her undergraduate research project "Variación fonémica de los sonidos [s] y…

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