Modern LanguagesWestern Arts and Humanities

Silvia Perpinan

perpinanAssistant Professor, Hispanic Studies

Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champain
Office: AHB 3R12B
Extension: 80436
Email: sperpina@uwo.ca

Office Hours: Tuesday 11:30-12:30pm 

Areas of Interest

Courses Taught at Western

Spanish 3303A:
The Structure of Spanish. Undergraduate Level. Fall 2010. Introduction to the study of the linguistic structure of Spanish. This course introduces the student to the main concepts of phonology, morphology and syntax applied to the Spanish Language.

Spanish 4412G:
Spanish in Contact. Undergraduate Course. Winter 2010. This course is an advanced undergraduate course on bilingualism, multilingualism and Spanish in contact with other languages such as !uechua, Basque, Catalan and English.

Spanish 9707:
Research Methods and Statistics in Language Learning. Graduate seminar. Fall 2010. This graduate course is an introduction to research design, data handling, and statistics in linguistics projects, with special emphasis on quantitative second language research.

Spanish 9709:
Introduction to Spanish Phonology. Graduate Course. Winter 2011. This graduate course is a nintroduction to the sounds of Spanish, the structure of the phonological system, its dialectal variation and its acquisition.