Cuban Spanish Dialectology: Variation, Contact, and Change
edited by Alejandro Cuza
contributions by Ann M. Aly, Daniel Erker, Eduardo Ho-Fernández, Ricardo Otheguy, Naomi Lapidus Shin, Gabriela G. Alfaraz, Luis A. Ortiz-López, Ashlee Dauphinais, Héctor Aponte Alequín, Joshua Frank, Almeida Jacqueline Toribio, Manuel Díaz-Campos, Iraida Galarza, Gibran Delgado-Díaz, Andrew Lynch, Pascual Cantos-Gómez, Antoni Fernández Parera, José Camacho, Alejandro Cuza, Diego Pascual y Cabo, Inmaculada Gómez-Soler, Ana de Prada Perez, Andrea Hernández, Brandon M. A. Rogers, Scott M. Alvord and Kristin Carlson
foreword by Robert M. Hammond
Georgetown University Press
Paper: 978-1-62616-509-0 | Paper: 978-1-62616-510-6
Library of Congress Classification PC4854.C8C83 2017
Dewey Decimal Classification 467.97291


Despite the significant presence of Cuban immigrants in the United States, current research on Cuban Spanish linguistics remains underexplored. This volume addresses this lacuna in Cuban Spanish research by providing a state-of-the-art collection of articles from a range of theoretical perspectives and linguistic areas, including phonological and phonetic variation, morphosyntactic approaches, sociolinguistic perspectives, and heritage language acquisition. Given increasing interest in Cuban Spanish among graduate students and faculty, this volume is a timely and highly relevant contribution to Hispanic linguistics and Cuban Spanish dialectology in particular.

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