Profiles in "Spanish" Expertise Area

  • Lafford 's research areas include second language acquisition and Spanish applied linguistics.
  • Primary research focus fo Urioste-Azcorra is contemporary Spanish literature and culture. Her secondary research and teaching interest is Digital Humanities.
  • Restrepo is a professor of speech and hearing science and associate dean for research. Her research focuses on better understanding bilingual children’s language and literacy skills.
  • Gray leads the Child Language and Literacy Laboratory which focuses on how children learn to talk, read and write.
  • Hernández-G. received his Ph.D. from Stanford University. At ASU, he has directed dissertations in Chicano/a letters and culture, and lectured in Mexico, Spain, Colombia, and Venezuela.
  • Aguila is an Exercise and Wellness instructor with an interest in health coaching, worksite wellness, and the Hispanic community.
  • Gil-Osle's interests include Spanish literature, golden age, Cervantes, Tirso de Molina, Celestina, Basque Studies, theater, comparative literature, friendship theory, networking theory, gender studies, and ekphrasis.
  • Beas is interested in in linguistic typology and in the formal and generative approach to language.