Miguel Angel Quesada Pacheco

Position

Professor

Affiliation

Research

Dialectology/geolinguistics

Indian languages from Central America

History of the Spanish Language

Perceptual dialectology

Teaching

 

SPLA 101 Phonetics

SPLA 105 Phonetics

SPLA 201 Español de América

SPLA 301 Language and Culture in Latin America

 

Publications
Academic anthology/Conference proceedings
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
Academic lecture
Book review
Chapter
Academic article
Interview
Popular scientific lecture
Academic monograph
Lecture
Doctoral dissertation
Encyclopaedia
Programme participation
Academic literature review
Editorial
Foreword
Non-fiction book
Introduction
Masters thesis
Report
Thesis at a second degree level
Encyclopedia article
Textbook
Magister thesis
Poster
Compendium
Reference material
Licentiate dissertation
Popular scientific article

See a complete overview of publications in Cristin.

 

Recent books

(2013) El español de América Central: nivel morfosintáctico (coord.). Frankfurt: Vervuert.

(2010)  El español de América. Cartago [Costa Rica): Editorial Tecnológica. 3. utg. (2. utg. 2002, 1. utg. 2000).

(2010) El español de América Central: nivel fonético (coord.). Frankfurt: Vervuert.

(2010) Kugwe ngäbere. Leyendas y tradiciones ngäbes. San José: Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica.

(2010) El español de América Central: nivel fonético (coord.). Frankfurt: Vervuert.

(2010) Atlas Lingüístico-etnográfico de Costa Rica. San José: Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica.

(2009) Historia de la lengua española en Costa Rica. Editorial de la Universidad de Costa Rica.

(2007) Nuevo diccionario de costarriqueñismos. Cartago (Costa Rica): Editorial Tecnológica 4. utg. (3. utg. 2001, 2. utg. 2001, 1  utg. 1991)

 

Projects

 

Language Variation in Central America (financed with ressources given by the Faculty of Humanities and Meltzer Foundation)

https://www.uib.no/fremmedsprak/forskning/forskingsprosjekt-ved-if/spraak...

LIAS: Linguistic Identity and Attitudes in Spanish-speaking Latin America  (financed by the Research Council of Norway)

https://www.uib.no/fremmedsprak/forskning/forskingsprosjekt-ved-if/lias

Perceptual Dialectology: some samples from Central American Spanish speakers (financec by Meltzer Foundation)