Don E. Walicek

Formal Education
PhD English (Linguistics), University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras

MA Latin American Studies (Anthropology & History), University of Texas at Austin

BA Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin

Recent Teaching
2013-2014, 1st semester                      2013-2014, 2nd semester
    INGL 3101, INGL 3103                            INGL 3102, INGL 3104

2012-2013, 1st semester                      2012-2013, 2nd semester
    TRAD 6990                                            INGL 3236, INGL 4049

2011-2012,1st semester                       2011-2012, 2nd semester
    ESGE 3038, INGL 3103                           ESGE 3038

2010-2011, 1st semester                      2010-2011, 2nd semester
    ESGE 3038, INGL 3102                          ESGE 3038, INGL 3101,                     
                                                                 INGL 3104, INGL 3012

2009-2010, 1st semester                       2009-2010, 2nd semester
     INGL 3101, INGL 3103                           INGL 3102, INGL 3104,          
                                                                 LING 6010

Other Courses Taught
General Linguistics (MA level), Phonemics and Phonetics of North American English, History of English, Language and Gender

Areas of Academic Interest
sociolinguistics, creole studies, anthropological linguistics, language acquisition, historical-comparative linguistics, sociohistorical linguistics

Research Topics
language contact, language ideologies, language origins, nineteenth-century grammars, interdisciplinary approaches to language and social life, refugee experiences


Other Activities

Interim Director, College of Humanities Graduate Program in Translation (1/2012-1/2013)

Team Member, CLASP 2010  (Anguilla Library Service's Children's Library Annual Summer Program)

Contact Information
Telephone:  (787) 764-0000-1; ext. 88869
Address: College of General Studies, PO Box 23323, San Juan PR 00931-3323
Office: AJBR 215 
Office hours: MW 3:00-4:00.  Appointments recommended.

Select Publications
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