Staff in the Department of Hispanic Studies
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Dr Marcela Cazzoli, BA (Buenos Aires); MA, PhD (Dunelm); SFHEA
Associate Professor (Teaching) / Deputy Head of School in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 43453
Fax: +44 (0) 191 33 43421
Room number: A19, Elvet Riverside
- Hispanic Linguistics, Sociolinguistics and Language Contact. Heritage & Second Language Acquisition. First Language Attrition. Syntax and Language Teaching.
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- 2011 (co-authored with Young-Scholten, M.) 'Yo gusto: Expanding choice or syntactic attrition?', in Potowski, K. & Rothman, J. (eds.), Bilingual youth: Spanish in English-speaking societies, John Benjamins.
- 2010 (co-authored with Guijarro-Fuentes, P. & Young-Scholten, M.) 'Beyond Attrition: What we need to Consider in the Study of New Spanish Varieties', in Guijarro-Fuentes, Pedro & Domínguez, Laura (eds.), New directions in language acquisition: Romance languages in the generative perspective, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 453-478
- 2004 (co-authored with Masullo, P. & Young-Scholten, M.) 'Second Language Acquisition of non-nominative subjects in Spanish', in Cazzoli-Goeta, M.A., Mukai, M. & Van Espen, L. (eds.), Durham Working Papers in Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, University of Durham.
- 2016 'Transnationality in the Teaching of Modern Languages'.
- 2016 'Transnationality in the Teaching of Modern Languages (or why the standard variety is never enough)'.
- 2015 '(Socio)linguistic Awareness in Secondary Education'.
- 2009 (co-authored with Young-Scholten, M.) 'A comparative study of L1 Spanish attrition'.
- 2009 (co-authored with Guijarro-Fuentes, P. & Young-Scholten, M.) 'L1 attrition in two Spanish-English contact contexts'.
- 2009 (co-authored with O'Rourke, R.) 'Routes into Languages North East'.
- 2008 (co-authored with Rothman, J. & Young-Scholten, M.) 'Charting Spanish-English contact on the vertical and horizontal axes and its implications'.
- 2008 (co-authored with Young-Scholten, M.) 'Does native language syntax attrite? Evidence from Spanish-English contact'.
- 2008 (co-authored with Young-Scholten, M. & Guijarro-Fuentes, P.) 'Investigating UK Spanish variety: implications for heritage speaker acquisition'.
- 2008 (co-authored with Rothman, J. & Young-Scholten, M.) 'Perspectives on Spanglish in mind, space and time'.
- 2007 (co-authored with Young-Scholten, M.) 'Attrition at the interface vs. competing grammars'.
- 2007 'Second language acquisition of non-nominative subjects in Spanish'.
- 2007 (co-authored with Young-Scholten, M.) 'The optionality of non-nominative subjects in a Spanish-English contact context'.
- 2005 'The methodological challenge of elusive structures: Non-nominative subjects in adult L1 & L2 Spanish'.
- 2004 (co-edited with Mukai, M. & Van Espen, L.) Durham Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 10, Department of Linguistics, University of Durham.
- 2003 (co-edited with Marsden, H. & Pourcel, S.) Durham Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 9, Department of Linguistics, University of Durham.
- 2002 (co-edited with Pourcel, S. & Van Espen, L.) Proceedings of the Fifth Durham Postgraduate Conference in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics. School of Linguistics and Language, University of Durham.
- 2008 'Second Language Acquisition of Non-Nominative Subjects in Spanish', RAL, Revista Argentina de Lingüística 17.
- 2008 (co-authored with Rothman, J. & Young-Scholten, M.) 'Cross-disciplinary investigation of heritage language variation', GLOW Newsletter 60.
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- 2010: British Academy Small Research Grant: Examining the Welsh-Spanish language contact situation in Patagonia: The case of Cymrellano