JOSÉ ELÍAS-ULLOA


Assistant Professor
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José Elías-Ulloa is a formal linguist, whose specialization is phonology. His main interests are the study of prosody (syllable weight, metrical stress, intonation) and the interaction with segmental phenomena. In particular, he studies the prosody of indigenous languages in contact with Latin American Spanish as well as the varieties of Spanish that emerge from that contact. He has conducted several fieldtrips in Peru, and research on the Amazonian languages spoken there.



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Fall 2016

Our SPRING 2017 courses:
undergraduate and graduate
Winter 2016 undergraduate courses

Talk 
Prof. Edward Paulino (John Jay College, CUNY)
"Dividing Hispaniola: Bearing Witness to a 20th Century
Border Genocide"
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Tuesday Nov 15, 2.30 to 3.50 pm
Earth and Space Sciences Room 131
Poster


 

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Image from Colonial Mexico.
Nexahualpili, Lord of Texcoco (1472-1515)

 

 

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