Assistant Professor of Language and Space in Ibero-Romance
CH - 8032 Zürich
+41 (0)44 634 36 03
Office: ZUG E 51a
Office hours (in corona times): At the moment, both virtual and presence meetings are possible.
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Although the term sometimes sounds a bit outdated, I call myself a dialectologist, because my main interest as a linguist is on language variation and change. My research focusses on morphosyntactic variation and change in Spanish and other Ibero-Romance languages, including phenomena attested in social networks such as Twitter. Because I do empirical and quantitative research, I really care about corpora, fieldwork, data collection methods and statistics. I hold a PhD in Spanish Linguistics from the Autonomous University of Madrid, under the supervision of Inés Fernández-Ordóñez and Johannes Kabatek.
Information for students (in German)
Here you will find links to some of the things I do (most of them in Spanish): my popular science blog, my Youtube channel where I talk about research methodology in Linguistics, the Youtube channel of the Ibero-Romance section of the University of Zurich, links to past conferences, R scripts and so on. Enjoy!