Verónica González López
B.A. in English Philology from Universidad de Oviedo, Spain, 2001
M.A. in Hispanic Linguistics from U of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2004
Ph.D. in Hispanic Linguistics from Pennsylvania State University, 2008
Verónica's research interests include generative syntactic theory, bilingualism and contact. She is currently working on several projects that include the morphosyntactic analysis of Spanish direct object clitics, and Spanish and Asturian clitic climbing in matrix and embedded clauses. Her bilingualism and contact research agenda mainly focuses on the interactions between two closely-related languages: Spanish and Asturian.
At Denison University she teaches language, advanced Spanish grammar and Spanish and general linguistics.
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