Jose   E.  Hernandez  Dr.

Professor  

Office: ELABS 329
Phone: (956) 665-7153
Email: jose.e.hernandez@utrgv.edu

Dr. Jose E. Hernandez Dr.





Selected Publications


  • José Hernández. "La Frontera Noroeste, universo lingüístico entre más de dos mundos. Part of the collective work," Historia Sociolingüística de México, Tomo III: México en su geografía lingüística. Mexico, City: El Colegio de México, 2014: 1617-1690.

  • José Hernández. "Variación diacrónica de Pretérito Perfecto y Pretérito en el discurso narrativo de documentos coloniales mexicanos (1523-1808)," Cambio y Variación Lingüística: Argumentos Cualitativos y Argumentos Cuantitativos en Sociolingüística. Mexico City: El Colegio de México, 2014: 469-519.

  • José Hernández. "Focus on speaker's subjective involvement in Present Perfect grammaticalization: Evidence from two Spanish varieties," Borealis: An International Journal of Hispanic Linguistics 2, no. 2 (2013): 261-284.

  • José Hernández and Rubén Baldazo. "No decir nada es como decir verdad," Revista Española de Lingüística 43, no. 2 (2013): 113-150.

  • José Hernández and Rubén Maldonado. "Reducción de /s/ final de sílaba entre transmigrantes salvadoreños en el sur de Texas," Lengua y Migración 4, no. 2 (2012): 25-42.

  • José Hernández and Beatrís Solís. "De elemento léxico a marcador modal aseverativo: Un cambio de verdad," Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics 4, no. 2 (2011): 343-378.

  • Jose Hernandez, Pamela Anderson-Mejias, and Hugo Mejias. IJLASSO--Spanish Language Contact in the Americas. Linguistic Association of the Southwest, 30, no. 2 2011: 135.

  • José Hernández. "Measuring rates and constraints of word-final nasal velarization in dialect contact," 13th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings, 2011: 54-69.

  • José Hernández. "La reconstrucción de un pasado lingüístico a través de la narrativa presente: Lengua, historia e identidad en El Nacimiento de los Negros," Goianina, Goias: Signótica 22, no. 2 (2010): 309-341.

  • José Hernández and Beatriz Solís. "The truth about verdá: Its discursive uses with modal-epistemic reading," Dialogue in Spanish: Studies in functions and contexts. Amsterdam: John Benjamin, 2010: 117-135.



Selected Grants and Fellowships


  • Jose Hernandez. Humanities Research Center, Visiting Fellow, Project: Language, Identity and Transnationalism in Dialect Contact, Humanities Research Center, Australian National University, (June 2015)

  • Jose Hernandez. Latin American and Iberian Institute Title VI Fellowship, University of New Mexico, (September 2001 - May 2002)

  • Jose Hernandez. Latin American and Iberian Institute Title VI Fellowship, University of New Mexico, (September 2000 - May 2001)



Selected Presentations


  • Jose Hernandez and Yanina Hernandez. "Creating Thematic Units for Developing Writing and Critical Awareness in Heritage Spanish Courses ," Heritage Language Workshop for Educators, Part of the User-Generated Materials for Heritage Spanish Projec, Center for Open Educational Research and Language Learning, University of Texas, Austin, Texas (July 2017)

  • Yanina Hernandez and Jose Hernandez. "Creating Thematic Units for Developing Writing and Critical Awareness in Heritage Spanish Courses," Heritage Spanish Workshop, Center for Open Education and Resources in Language Learning (COERLL), University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas (July 2017)

  • Sonia Balasch, Yanina Hernández, and José Hernández. "Hey, tell me about tu gente: Starting a Latino cross-country discussion between SHLs of two US universities," 4th National Symposium on Spanish as a Heritage Language, University of California-Irvine, Irvine, California (February 2017)

  • Sonia Balash, Yanina Hernandez, and Jose Hernandez. "Hey! Tell me about tu gente! Starting a Latino Cross-Country Discussion between SHLs of two U.S. Universities," 4th National Symposium of Spanish as Heritage Language, University of California, Irvine, California (February 2017)

  • Jose Hernandez and Yanina Hernandez. "Integrating Video-based Activities in the Spanish as a Heritage Language Classroom," Heritage Language Workshop for Educators, Part of the User-Generated Materials for Heritage Spanish Projec, Center for Open Educational Research and Language Learning, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas (June 2016)

  • Jose Hernandez. "Rates and Constraints of Palatal Approximant Production in a Mixed-Latino Communit," 8th International Workshop of Spanish Sociolinguistics, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico (April 2016)

  • Jose Hernandez, Yanina Hernandez, Mark Cisneros, Victor Tijerina, Estela Hernández, and Blanca Jaimes-Luna. "User-Generated Materials for Heritage Spanish Project: Locally produced, locally used," 3rd National Symposium on Spanish as a Heritage Language, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon (February 2016)

  • Jose Hernandez. "Language, contact, and the negotiation of identities in the Salvadoran Diaspora," Global Languages Lecture Series, Humanities Research Center, Australian National University, Canberra, A.N.C. (May 2015)

  • j Hernandez. "Investigating phonological change in Mexicali Chinese Spanish," Workshop on Quantitative Sociolinguistics, ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Languag, Australian National University, Canberra, A.N.C. (May 2015)

  • Jose Hernandez. "Rates and constraints of palatal approximant production in a mixed-Latino community," School of Literature, Languages, and Linguistics, Australian National University, Canberra, A.N.C. (April 2015)

Current Courses

SPAN 7301 01 - Thesis II:
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UNIV 6100 05 - Comp Exam Ext:
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SPAN 3310 01I - Intro to Hisp Linguistics:
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SPAN 3310 02I - Intro to Hisp Linguistics:
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SPAN 6318 01I - Sp Topics in Span Ling:
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SPAN 7301 02 - Thesis II:
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UNIV 6100 13 - Comp Exam Ext:
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SPAN 6318 02I - Sp Topics in Span Ling:
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