Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures
319 Major Williams Hall
220 Stanger St.
Blacksburg, VA 24061
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Aarnes Gudmestad is an Associate Professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures. For more information about her research and a complete list of publications, please see her website.
- Second Language Acquisition
- Hispanic Linguistics
- Morpho-syntactic Variation in Spanish
- Morpho-syntactic Variation in French
- Ph.D. Indiana University
- M.A. Indiana University
- B.A. Concordia College
- Associate Editor, Journal of the European Second Language Association
- Associate Chair
- Director of the Spanish Program
- CLAHS Graduate Curriculum Committee
- Excellence in Advising Award, 2020
- Excellence in Research and Creative Scholarship Award, 2019
Gudmestad, A., & Edmonds, A. (Eds.). (2018). Critical reflections on data in second language acquisition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins
Gudmestad, A., Edmonds, A., & Metzger, T. (2019). Using variationism and learner corpus research to investigate grammatical gender marking in additional-language Spanish. Language Learning, 69(4), 911-949.
Gudmestad, A., Edmonds, A., Donaldson, B., & Carmichael, K. (2018). On the role of the present indicative in variable future-time reference in Hexagonal French. Canadian Journal of Linguistics, 63(1), 42-69.
Edmonds, A., & Gudmestad, A. (2015). What the present can tell us about the future: A variationist analysis of future-time expression in native and non-native French. Language, Interaction and Acquisition, 6(1), 15-41.
Gudmestad, A., House, L., & Geeslin, K. L. (2013). What a Bayesian analysis can do for SLA: New tools for the sociolinguistic study of subject expression in L2 Spanish. Language Learning, 63(3), 371-399.
Gudmestad, A. (2012). Acquiring a variable structure: An interlanguage analysis of second-language mood use in Spanish. Language Learning, 62(2), 373-402.
Geeslin, K. L., & Gudmestad, A. (2010). An exploration of the range and frequency of occurrence of forms in potentially variable structures in second-language Spanish. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 32(3), 433-463.
- Global Project Partnership Award, CLAHS, $5000, 2016
- Research support, Institute for Society, Culture, and Environment, with Katie Carmichael, $1500, 2015
- Niles Research Grant, CLAHS, $4000, 2014
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