FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Linguistics – May 2022

May 3, 2022

Five entries from the Department of Linguistics. Entries include studies of Kurdish as a heritage language and of Basque, Spanish, and Tex-Mex.

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, Itxaso (in press). The role of frequency in the acquisition of structured variation: the case of Basque ergativity. International Journal of Bilingualism.  

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, Itxaso (in press). Variationist typology: assessing convergence between Basque and Spanish subject pronoun expression. Lapurdum.  

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, Itxaso, Kasstan, J., O’Rourke, B. (in press). Responding to sociolinguistic change: New speakers and variationist sociolinguistics. International Journal of Bilingualism.   

Rodríguez-Ordóñez, Itxaso, McCrocklin, S., & Tiburcio, A. (in press). Spanish and Tex-Mex in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas: Bilinguals’ perceptions. Spanish in Context.  

Sharifi, A (In Press).  Khezri, H, Yilmaz B;  Barwari,Z;  Ciziri, N;  Derince, S &  Sheyholislami. J. Kurdish as a heritage language in Diaspora. In J.Sheyholislami, G. Haig, H. Khezri, S. Akin, & E.Öpengin (Eds.). Oxford Handbook of Kurdish Linguistic. Oxford University Press.