Faculty Profile


Pablo E. Requena

Pablo E. Requena

Assistant Professor, Spanish

Email: pablo.requena@mso.umt.edu
Office: Liberal Arts 319
Office Hours:

By appointment.

Personal Website

Current Position

Assistant Professor of Spanish Linguistics

Courses

FALL

Spanish Phonetics (SPNS305)

Spanish Applied Linguistics (SPNS400)

Methods of Foreign Language Teaching (MCLG410)

SPRING

Spanish Phonetics (SPNS305)

Spanish Advanced Somposition and Conversation (SPNS408)

Education

Ph.D. Penn State (2015)

M.A. Penn State (2012)

B.A. National University of Cordoba (2008)

 

Research Interests

My research interests include:

  • Morphosyntactic variation
  • Child language acquisition of variation
  • The role of animacy in language structure
  • Effects of bilingualism
  • Bilingual language acquisition and L2 learning and teaching

Field of Study

My research interests include:

  • Morphosyntactic variation
  • Child language acquisition of variation
  • The role of animacy in language structure
  • Effects of bilingualism
  • Bilingual language acquisition and L2 learning and teaching

Publications

For complete list of publications, see http://pablorequena.weebly.com/publications.html

Home Department

Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures 

Bio

I received a Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics and Language Science from Penn State. At UM I teach general courses in Applied Linguistics (such as "Methods of Foreign Language Teaching" and Language Problems in the Real World"), courses in Spanish linguistics (such as Spanish Phonetics) and advanced Spanish classes. I also supervise service-learning opportunities for undergraduate students of Spanish and direct the Language Research Lab (LRL) where my students and I conduct research on the following topics: Morphosyntactic variation, Child language acquisition of variation, The role of animacy in language structure, Bilingualism and Bilingual language acquisition and L2 learning and teaching. For more information about my teaching and research, please visit my personal website: http://pablorequena.weebly.com/

 

 

Pedagogy Department Field

Linguistics Program

Affiliations

Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures

UM Language Research Lab