Linda M. McManness, Ph.D.
Professor of Spanish, Advisor for the World Affairs Minor, and Director of the Baylor in Denia Summer Study Program
One Bear Place #97393
Waco, TX 76798-7393
Fall 2014 Office Hours: TR 8:00-9:30, 12:30-2:00, and by appointment
Ph.D., 1990 University of Washington (Romance Linguistics)
M.A., 1987 University of Washington (Romance morphology and Spanish syntax)
B.A., 1977 Southwest Baptist University (Elementary Education and Spanish)
Spanish Civilization, Intermediate Spanish, Thesis, Language Acquisition/Applied Linguistics, Introduction to Spanish Linguistics, Special Problems, Spanish Syntax
Hispanic Linguistics, Syntax, Second Language Acquisition
Selected Recent Publications
Lexical Categories in Spanish: The Determiner. Lanham, Maryland: UP of America, 1996.
Jeff MacSwan. A Minimalist Approach to Intrasentential Code Switching. In Southwest Journal of Linguistics 12.2 (1999).
Eduardo Faingold. Child Language, Creolization, and Historical Change: Spanish in Contact with Portuguese. In Southwest Journal of Linguistics 17.1 (1999).