The Routledge Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics provides a showcase for the latest research and strands of current interests in these fields.
The series takes a multi-disciplinary approach, with titles focusing on core topics in the several areas of linguistics, such as sociolinguistics, area studies, language contact and variation, language research for the professions, and heritage languages. Through a discussion of data, problems, issues and possible solutions, books in the series combine theoretical and applied aspects of linguistic study.
Published in English, Spanish or Portuguese, titles in the series are intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students, teachers and researchers. They are also ideal for foreign language professionals returning to academic study and for program curricula. Proposals for the series will be welcomed by the Series Editor.
Heritage Speakers of Spanish and Study Abroad
The Evolution of Spanish Past Forms
Edited By Luis Alfredo Ortiz-López, Eva-María Suárez Büdenbender
September 30, 2021
Topics in Spanish Linguistic Perceptions brings together the most current research on linguistic perceptions of varieties of Spanish. The book includes articles from a range of expert contributors using different methodologies and looking at diverse sociolinguistic settings. Readers will gain a ...
Edited By Eva Núñez-Méndez
April 28, 2021
Social processes and the nature of language variation have driven sibilant variation across the Spanish-speaking world. This book explores the current state of Spanish sibilants and their dialectal variations. Focusing on different processes undergone by sibilants in Spanish (e.g., voicing, ...
Edited By Rebecca Pozzi, Tracy Quan, Chelsea Escalante
April 20, 2021
Heritage Speakers of Spanish and Study Abroad is an edited volume that provides emerging research on heritage speakers of Spanish in immersion contexts in theoretical, empirical, and programmatic terms. This edited collection seeks to expand our understanding of heritage speakers of Spanish by ...
By Gibran Delgado-Díaz
February 03, 2021
The Evolution of Spanish Past Forms examines how Spanish past forms have changed diachronically. With examples from Medieval Spanish, Golden Age Spanish, and Modern Spanish literary works, this book demonstrates how language is dynamic and susceptible to change. The past forms considered here ...
Edited By Juan J. Colomina-Almiñana, Sandro Sessarego
October 26, 2020
The scholarly articles included in this volume represent significant contributions to the fields of formal and descriptive syntax, conversational analysis and speech act theory, as well as language development and bilingualism. Taken together, these studies adopt a variety of methodological ...
Edited By Luis Andrade Ciudad, Sandro Sessarego
September 09, 2020
Este libro reúne contribuciones de destacados investigadores de la lingüística hispánica para ofrecer un panorama integral de los castellanos del Perú, incluidos algunos que han sido tradicionalmente objeto de discriminación, como el castellano andino, el amazónico y el afroperuano. Los capítulos ...
By Glenn A. Martínez
May 27, 2020
Spanish in Health Care fills an important gap by offering a panoramic overview of the research on Spanish in health settings that is emerging from a variety of disciplines. Synthesizing research from diverse disciplines such as sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, health services research, ...
Edited By Scott M. Alvord, Gregory L. Thompson
April 16, 2020
Spanish in the United States: Attitudes and Variation is a collection of new, cutting-edge research with the purpose of providing scholars interested in Spanish as it is spoken by bilinguals living in the United States a current view of the state of the discipline. This volume is broad and ...
Edited By Melvin González-Rivera, Sandro Sessarego
February 12, 2020
Interface-Driven Phenomena in Spanish: Essays in Honor of Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach brings together a collection of articles from leading experts in the fields of formal syntax and semantics. With a specific focus on interface-related phenomena, the articles address a broad array of issues in Spanish...
Edited By Wilfredo Valentin-Marquez, Melvin Gonzalez-Rivera
October 28, 2019
Dialects from Tropical Islands: Caribbean Spanish in the United States provides a comprehensive account of current research on Caribbean Spanish in the United States from different theoretical perspectives and linguistic areas. This edited volume highlights current scholarship and ...
Edited By J. César Félix-Brasdefer, Maria Elena Placencia
June 27, 2019
Pragmatic Variation in Service Encounter Interactions across the Spanish-Speaking World expands the study of service encounter interactions into new face-to-face and digital contexts and new (sub)varieties of Spanish. The chapters examine pragmatic variation in a range of contexts, representing ...
Edited By Gabriel Rei-Doval, Fernando Tejedo-Herrero
June 19, 2019
Lusophone, Galician, and Hispanic Linguistics: Bridging Frames and Traditions examines the existing historiographic, foundational and methodological issues surrounding Lusophone, Galician, and Hispanic linguistics. The volume offers a balanced collection of original research from synchronic and ...