Introduccin a la lingstica hispnica (inbunden)
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Cambridge University Press
Olarrea, Antxon / Escobar, Anna Mara / Travis, Catherine E. / Sanz, Cristina
78 b, w illus 10 maps 69 tables
Worked examples or Exercises; 69 Tables, black and white; 10 Maps; 15 Halftones, black and white; 63
248 x 171 x 32 mm
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Written entirely in Spanish, this is the ideal introduction to Spanish linguistics for students. Using clear explanations, it covers all the basic concepts required to study the structural aspects of the Spanish language - phonetics and phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics - as well as the history of Spanish, its dialects, and its linguistic variation in Latin America, Spain, and the US. This third edition incorporates new features designed to enhance its usefulness for classroom teaching: a new chapter on the teaching and learning of Spanish as a second language, expanded discussion of syntax, and more detailed coverage of Spanish semantics and pragmatics. Numerous exercises have been added throughout the text, some of which are now presented as problems for students to solve, allowing students to gain a more complete mastery of the analytical concepts at hand.
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'The best textbook on the market for an introduction to Hispanic linguistics. Among its multiple strengths are its flexibility in instructional approaches, material for different levels of students, and a whole range of very useful exercises to help students master the content.' Juan Martin, University of Toledo

'The third edition of this beloved textbook - which I have successfully used in mycourses since its first edition - is a golden addition to the current market. Not only does it add a much needed chapter on Spanish acquisition, it also updates and enriches all the other chapters and exercises, making it the ideal textbookfor teaching this subject.' Domnita Dumitrescu, California State University and Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Espaola

'An excellent and easy approach to Hispanic linguistics. It also includes several chapters on the history of the Spanish language (from its origins to the presence of Spanish in the USA), and different linguistic variations in the Hispanic world. It's a great opportunity for our students majors both in Linguistics and/or in Spanish. Congratulations on the third edition! Bravo!' Pablo Pintado-Casas, Kean University

'A solid option for instructors looking for Spanish-language materials to teach undergraduate courses in Spanish linguistics. With chapters on all areas commonly taught in such courses, it could be used as the principal resource in a survey course, or paired with other texts in more specialized courses.' Laura Callahan, Santa Clara University

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'The third edition provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of linguistics and specifically the Spanish language, covering all the general areas of linguistics and the history of Spanish and its variations, with specific attention paid to Spanish and English contact in the United States. The chapter on language acquisition and teaching is a welcome addition to the previous edition. The many references to the more recent linguistic research greatly add to the value of this textbook.' Daniel J. Smith, Clemson University

'This volume accomplishes a very difficult feat: to successfully present a comprehensive introduction to complex linguistic topics in an accessible and engaging manner. The authors establish a dialogue with the reader, providing invaluable examples and practical exercises to ensure full understanding of the content. Without a doubt, a must-have for teachers and students interested in the field of Hispanic linguistics.' Silvia Perez-Cortes, Rutgers University

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Jos Ignacio Hualde is Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Department of Linguistics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he has been teaching for over 30 years. He specializes in Phonology, Phonetics and Historical Linguistics. He is author of Basque Phonology (1991), Euskararen azentuerak [the accentual systems of Basque] (1997), and The Sounds of Spanish (CUP, 2005, Spanish ed., Los sonidos del espaol 2014), among other books; co-author of The Basque Dialect of Lekeitio (1994) and co-editor of Generative Studies in Basque linguistics (1993), Towards a History of the Basque Language (1995), A Grammar of Basque (2003), and Laboratory Phonology 9 (2007), among other books. He has also published articles and book chapters on aspects of Basque, Spanish, Romance linguistics, Phonology and Historical Linguistics. Antxon Olarrea is Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Arizona, where he has been teaching for over 20 years. He specializes in Syntax and Biolinguistics. He is author of Orgenes del Lenguaje y Seleccin Natural (2005); co-author of Romance Linguistics (2010) and The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics (1994). He is the recipient of over a dozen local and national teaching awards. Anna Mara Escobar is Professor of Spanish, Linguistics, French, and SLATE at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She specializes in the socio-historical dynamics of morpho-syntactic and semantic change in language contact contexts. She has published two books on Andean Spanish (1990, 2000), co-written a book on Spanish of the U.S. (2015, with Kim Potowski), and edited a book on language contact in Latin America (2009, with Wolfgang Wlck). Presently, she is co-editing The Cambridge Handbook of Language Contact (with Salikoko Mufwene), co-editing a book on Spanish diversity in the Amazon (co-edited with Margarita Jara, Roberto Zariquiey and Pilar Valenzuela), and working on an historical sociolinguistic book project on the development of subjectivity and evidentiality in Spanish-Quechua contact. Catherine Travis is Professor of Modern European Languages at the Australian National University. Her research addresses questions related to linguistic and social factors impacting on language variation and change, in particular in socially diverse communities. She is co-author of the book Bilingualism in the Community (2018, CUP), deriving from her NSF-funded research on Spanish in New Mexico, USA, and she is currently leading a project on variation and change in English spoken in Sydney, Australia, funded by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language in which she is a Chief Investigator. Cristina Sanz is Professor of Spanish and Linguistics at Georgetown University, where she directs the Intensive and School of Foreign Service Spanish Programs, the Barcelona Summer Program, and is Coordinator of the Catalan Lectureship. Her area of expertise is multilingualism ac...


ndice; Prefacio; 1. La lingstica: Ciencia cognitiva; 2. Los sonidos de la lengua: Fontica y fonologa; 3. La estructura de las palabras: Morfologa; 4. La estructura de la oracin: Sintaxis; 5. Historia de la lengua espaola; 6. El estudio del significado: Semntica y pragmtica; 7. Variacin lingstica en espaol; 8. El espaol en los Estados Unidos; 9. Enseanza y aprendizaje del espaol; Glosario; Bibliografia.