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Emilia Alonso-Sameño (Alonso-Marks)
Emilia Alonso-Sameño (pen name: Emilia Alonso-Marks) https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Emilia_Alonso_Marks
is Professor of Spanish at Ohio University, USA, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Spanish linguistics. She is affiliated faculty in the Latin American Studies Program. She advises a number of undergraduate and graduate students from the Department of Modern Languages, the Latin American Studies Program (Center for International Studies) and the College of Education. In addition, she is the academic advisor of the Graduate Exchange Program with the Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, and coordinates the Cultural Ambassadors Program thorough the Ministry of Education and Innovation, Government of Spain. Since April 2013, she serves as Director of the Institute for the Empirical Study of Language (IESL), an interdisciplinary institute with faculty and student members from communication sciences and disorders, linguistics, modern languages, and psychology. She had been Associate Director for Research at the IESL for 10 years (2002-2012). Her main research interests include speech perception and language understanding, first and second language acquisition, bilingualism and heritage speakers, intercultural competence, pragmatics and language use, study abroad, foreign language pedagogy, and dialectology and sociolinguistics. She received her PhD in applied linguistics from the Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, after doing graduate work in linguistics and applied linguistics at Harvard University and the University of Oregon. Dr. Alonso-Marks has given talks at both national and international professional meetings. She is the author of numerous publications in international journals (RESLA 1996, 2003; Linguistics 2002; Hispania 2004, 2010; The Mental Lexicon 2012; Spanish in Context 2014; ELIA 2011; Borealis 2014; Porta Linguarum 2008, 2018), chapters in collective volumes (Cognitive Linguistics in Spain at the Turn of the Century (I), Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 2003; Trends in Cognitive Linguistics: Theoretical and Applied Models, Peter Lang 2009; Ways and Modes of Human Communication, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha 2010; El español, integrador de culturas, Orbis Press 2012; La Lingüística aplicada en la era de la globalización, Universitat de Lleida 2013; Bilingual and Multilingual Education in the 21st century: Building on Experience, Multilingual Matters 2013; Literatura y cine: En el bicentenario de la independencia de Iberoamérica y de la Constitución de Cádiz, Orbis Press 2014; Enciclopedia de lingüística hispánica. Volume I, Routledge 2016), a member of the scientific committee of the Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA), a member of the advisory board of the journal ELIA (Applied English Linguistics Studies), and a reviewer for journals such as Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Hispania, Foreign Language Annals and Hispanic Review. Prior to her arrival at Ohio University, she taught English language and linguistics courses at the Universidad de Sevilla, Spain (1993-1996) and Pima Community College, Tucson, Arizona (1992-1993); Spanish language, literature, culture and linguistics at the University of Arizona (1992-1993), the University of Oregon (1991-1992), the University of Wisconsin-Platteville study abroad program in Sevilla, Spain (1990-1991) and Harvard University (1987-1988). Dr. Alonso-Marks has offered a series of international teacher-training workshops at universities in the USA, Spain, Malaysia and India.