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meet the authors
Lorena Alarcón is from Argentina, and is a M.A. candidate in Applied Linguistics at Texas Tech University. She was also awarded a Fulbright Scholarship at Wabash College, Indiana. Lorena completed her undergraduate studies in Argentina, where she received a B.A. in English and a Teaching Degree.
Danielle Daidone is a Ph.D. candidate in Hispanic Linguistics and Second Language Studies at Indiana University. Her main research area is second language phonology, with a particular focus on lexical representations and spoken word recognition. She also works on classroom input, as well as first and second language sociolinguistics. Visit her website at www.ddaidone.com.
Valentyna Filimonova, originally from Ukraine, is a Ph.D. candidate seeking a dual degree in General and Hispanic Linguistics at Indiana University. She received a B.A. in Spanish and Linguistics from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and an M.A. in Spanish and General Linguistics from Indiana University. Click here to visit her LinkedIn profile.
Elizabeth M. Kissling (Ph.D., Linguistics, Georgetown University) is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Applied Linguistics in the Department of Latin American, Latino, and Iberian Studies at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia. Her research focuses on methodological approaches to teaching and researching Spanish as a second language. Her recent publications have explored pronunciation instruction, cognitive linguistic approaches to teaching prepositions, and language awareness. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sergio Ruiz-Perez is a Graduate Part Time Instructor and first year PhD student of Spanish Linguistics in the Classical and Modern Languages Department at Texas Tech University. He holds a M.A. in Foreign Languages from West Virginia University. Sergio completed his undergraduate studies in Spain, in English studies, translation and interpreting.