- The origins of Spanish in the U.S.
- Its development in the main areas: the Southwest, Florida, New York and Illinois
- Spanish dialects in contact in the U.S.
- Spanish in contact with English and other languages in the U.S. and in the Americas
- Spanish discourse and pragmatics
- Linguistic landscapes
- Spanish and stigma in the U.S.
- Language and race/ethnicity
- Language policy
- Socialization and education
- Attitudes and ideologies
- Phonetics and phonology
CEEEUS Current Members
Chase Wesley Raymond
Ian James Romain
Voices: CEEEUS’ Annual Journal
Voices consists of articles written on topics related to all aspects of the Spanish of the United States including linguistic contact, multilingualism, language and education, language politics and language maintenance, just to name a few. Intended as a way to publicize and disseminate the growing store of knowledge about the Spanish spoken in the US and related issues, this graduate student publication aims to bring more visibility to issues related to the Spanish of the United States and help to demonstrate that that Spanish spoken in this country is a legitimate linguistic variety and deserves further study.
Contact: Bryan Kirschen
Voices Volume 1