Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies
Joined Connecticut College: 2017
B.A., M.A., University of Delaware
Phonetics and Phonology
Second language acquisition
Emily Kuder's research areas include didactic speech styles, Spanish intonation and rhythm, and Spanish second language teaching and learning.
Joining Connecticut College in Fall 2017, she will be teaching SPA 103 Intermediate Spanish-Hispanic Art, and SPA 255 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics.
Her doctoral dissertation was "En voz alta: Prosodic Features of 'Teacher Talk' in the Spanish Second Language Classroom."
She recently presented on "Research on Heritage Spanish Phonetics and Phonology: Pedagogical and Curricular Implications" NAER, 2016, and "Language, Culture, and English Language Learners," Chapter 16, 2017.
Major or minor in Hispanic Studies or Latin American and Latino Studies.
Contact Emily Kuder
Box # HISPANIC STUDIES/Winthrop Hall
270 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT 06320
201 Winthrop Hall