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LLL Symposium: Held September 18, 2019

This symposium is held annually by the department to encourage sharing current research of faculty and students in the department. Due to the length of some of the presentations, the YouTube videos were broken into segments. Please view all parts to capture the entire message of each presentation. 

Kate Bove: Communicating Conjecture: A Case of Language Contact

     Part 1: YouTube

     Part 2: YouTube

Patricia MacGregor-Mendoza: Text Complexity and Latino Learners: Analyzing the  Appropriateness of Standardized Tests

     Part 1: YouTube

     Part 2: YouTube

     Part 3: YouTube

Rodrigo Figueroa: Estética de la discapacidad en la obra de Guadalupe Nettel

     Part 1: YouTube

     Part 2: YouTube

Spencer Herrera: The Mexican Flyboy and the Most Beautiful Word in the World

     Part 1: YouTube

     Part 2: YouTube

Glenn Fetzer: Engagement, Revolution, and Verbal Aspect in the Poetic Voice of Tounès Thabet

     Part 1: YouTube

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Mark Waltermire: Phonological Variation as a Vehicle for Identity Construction along the Uruguayan-Brazilian Border

     Part 1: YouTube

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Sam JohnsonThe Sociolinguistics of New Mexican Spanish

     Part 1: YouTube

     Part 2: YouTube

Elizabeth Zavalda: New Mexico Border Spanish Project

     Part 1: YouTube

Hernán Meléndez: Informe de gobierno

     Part 1: YouTube

     Part 2: YouTube