Andrew Lynch

Assoc. Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-3229
Locator Code:
2074

 
About

Andrew Lynch is a sociolinguist whose scholarship focuses on language in postmodernity, with emphasis on the situation of Spanish in the United States, the variation of Spanish in contact with other languages ​​throughout the world, and heritage language studies. He also researches cultural and literary production among the US Latinx population. He is editor of The Routledge Handbook of Spanish in the Global City (2019) and co-author of El español en contacto con otras lenguas (Georgetown UP, 2009). His studies appear in volumes published by Georgetown UP, the University of North Carolina Press, John Benjamins, Routledge, Springer, and Instituto Cervantes, among others, and in journals such as Hispania, Studies in Hispanic & Lusophone Linguistics, Language Sciences, Language and Linguistics Compass, and Foreign Language Annals. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Heritage Language Journal.

Career

Education

1999Ph.D. University of Minnesota
1995 University of Minnesota
1993B.A. University of North Carolina

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Sociolinguistics, Language in society | Bilingualism, Language contact | Ideologies of language | Language and globalization | Heritage language studies | Spanish in the US

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Sociolinguistics, Language in society | Bilingualism, Language contact | Ideologies of language | Language and globalization | Heritage language studies | Spanish in the US

Professional Experience

- Editor in Chief, Heritage Language Journal
- Director, University of Miami Spanish Heritage Language Program
- Advisory Board, National Heritage Language Resource Center at UCLA
- Consultant , American Council on Education

Honors & Acknowledgements

Government of Spain Grant: Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad

Procesos translingües y transculturales en jóvenes de origen autóctono y extranjero: estudio de actitudes lingüísticas y prácticas multilingües en contextos de superdiversidad. Lead researcher: Mireia Trenchs Parera, Universitat de Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 2015-2018. 

Provost Research Award

College of Arts & Sciences, University of Miami, 2010.

Research

Publications

Lynch, Andrew (Ed.) he Routledge Handbook of Spanish in the Global City (London, Routledge. 2019).


Klee, Carol and Andrew Lynch El español en contacto con otras lenguas (Washington, DC, Georgetown University Press. 2009).


Lynch, Andrew. The Dynamics of Language Variation and Change: Varieties of Spanish across Space and Time Spatial Reconfigurations of Spanish in Postmodernity: The Relationship to English and Minoritized Languages.11-34 (2018).


Andrew Lynch Spanish as a Heritage/Minority Language. A Historical View of US Latinidad and Spanish as Heritage Language.17-35 (London: Routledge. 2018).


Lynch, Andrew, and Maria Polinsky Connecting across Languages and Cultures: A Heritage Language Festschrift in Honor of Olga Kagan. Native Speakerhood in Heritage Language Research.143-162 (2018).


Carter, Phillip, and Andrew Lynch. Language Variety in the New South On the Status of Miami as a Southern City: Defining Language and Region through Demography and Social History.306-320 (University of North Carolina Press. 2018).


Andrew Lynch The Social Diffusion of English-Based Lexical Innovations in Miami Cuban SpanishCuban Spanish Dialectology: Variation, Contact and Change (Washington, DC, Georgetown University Press. 2017).


Aguiló Mora, Francisca, and Andrew Lynch "¿Hablas castellano? Do you speak English? o Xerres mallorquí?: Ideologías y actitudes lingüísticas en Mallorca en una era de crisis económica." Studies in Hispanic & Lusophone Linguistics 189-22310 (2017).


Valencia, Marelys, and Andrew Lynch Migraciones mediáticas: la translocación del español en televisoras hispanas de Estados Unidos 171-1968 (Cuadernos AISPI. Revista de la Associazione Ispanisti Italiani. 2016).


Lynch, Andrew "Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition." Encyclopedia of Language and Education Volume IV (Ed. Nelleke Van Deusen-Scholl. New York, Springer. 2016).


Carter, Phillip, and Andrew Lynch Multilingual Miami: Current Trends in Sociolinguistic Research 369-3859 (Language and Linguistics Compass . 2015).


Lynch, Andrew, and Kim Potowski La valoración del habla bilingüe en Estados Unidos: Fundamentos sociolingüísticos y pedagógicos en Hablando bien se entiende la gente 32-4697 (Hispania. 2014).


Andrew Lynch The first decade of the Heritage Language Journal: A retrospective view of research on heritage languages 11 (Heritage Language Journal. 2014). [Link]


Andrew Lynch Observaciones sobre comunidad y (dis)continuidad en el estudio sociolingüístico del español en Estados Unidos67-83El español en los Estados Unidos: E pluribus unum? Enfoques multidisciplinarios (New York, Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española. 2013).


Andrew Lynch Key Concepts for Theorizing Spanish as a Heritage Language79-97Spanish as a Heritage Language in the United States: The State of the Field (Washington , DC, Georgetown University Press. 2012).


Andrew Lynch A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Final /s/ in Miami Cuban Spanish 767-79031 (Language Sciences. 2009).


Andrew Lynch Expression of Cultural Standing in Miami: Cuban Spanish Discourse about Fidel Castro and Cuba 21-4814 (Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana. 2009).


Lynch, Andrew "The Linguistic Similarities of Spanish Heritage and Second Language Learners." Foreign Language Annals 252-28141 (2008).