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Andrew Lynch

Associate Professor of Spanish 

 

 

Research Specializations 

  • Sociolinguistics / Language in society
  • Bilingualism / Language contact
  • Heritage language acquisition and pedagogy
  • Sociolinguistic, cultural and ideological aspects of Spanish in the United States 

Selected Publications 

  •  Book
    • El español en contacto con otras lenguas (with Carol A. Klee). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2009.
  • Journal Articles
    • Valencia, Marelys, and Andrew Lynch. “Migraciones mediáticas: la translocación del español en televisoras hispanas de Estados Unidos.” Cuadernos AISPI. Revista de la Associazione Ispanisti Italiani 8 (2016): 171-196.
      Carter, Phillip, and Andrew Lynch. “Multilingual Miami: Current Trends in Sociolinguistic Research.” Language and Linguistics Compass 9 (2015): 369-385.
      Lynch, Andrew. “The first decade of the Heritage Language Journal: A retrospective view of research on heritage languages.” Heritage Language Journal 11 (2014): 224-242.
    • Lynch, Andrew, and Kim Potowski. “La valoración del habla bilingüe en Estados Unidos: Fundamentos sociolingüísticos y pedagógicos en Hablando bien se entiende la gente.” Hispania 97 (2014): 32-46.
      Lynch, Andrew. “A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Final /s/ in Miami Cuban Spanish.” Language Sciences 31 (2009): 767-790.
      Lynch, Andrew. “Expression of Cultural Standing in Miami: Cuban Spanish Discourse about Fidel Castro and Cuba.” Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana 14 (2009): 21-48.
  • Chapters in Edited Volumes
    • Lynch, Andrew. “The Social Diffusion of English-Based Lexical Innovations in Miami Cuban Spanish.” Cuban Spanish Dialectology: Variation, Contact and Change. Ed. Alejandro Cuza. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2017.
      Lynch, Andrew. “Sociolinguistic Perspectives.” Routledge Handbook of Hispanic Applied Linguistics. Ed. Manel Lacorte. London: Routledge, 2014. 78-95.
      Lynch, Andrew. “Observaciones sobre comunidad y (dis)continuidad en el estudio sociolingüístico del español en Estados Unidos.” El español en los Estados Unidos: E pluribus unum? Enfoques multidisciplinarios. Eds. Domnita Dumitrescu and Gerardo Piña-Rosales. New York: Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española, 2013. 67-83.
    • Lynch, Andrew. “Key Concepts for Theorizing Spanish as a Heritage Language.” Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States: The State of the Field. Eds. Sara Beaudrie and Marta Fairclough. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2012. 79-97.

Courses Taught  

  • Seminar in Bilingualism (graduate)
  • Ideologies of Language (graduate)
  • Sociolinguistics (undergraduate)
  • Spanish in Contact with Other Languages (undergraduate)
  • Culture, Language, and Identity (undergraduate)

Links to Selected Works