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Inés Vañó García is an Assistant Professor of Spanish at Saint Anselm College. Her research focuses on the political history of the teaching of Spanish in the United States during the 20th century. Her dissertation, “Discursos institucionales y manuales de texto de la American Association of Teachers of Spanish (1912-1944): un estudio de la historia política de la enseñanza del español en Estados Unidos,” draws from the history of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish, along with key linguistic instruments created by its members, and examines its role in the creation and shaping of a new academic field. Her approach to sociolinguistics delves into how language representations, linguistic and social practices are inscribed within unequal social hierarchies of power.  Inés has been teaching language and linguistics undergraduate and graduate courses at the City University of New York (CUNY) since 2013.

 

Education

 

Ph.D. Hispanic Linguistics
2021. The Graduate Center (CUNY), New York, USA.

Dissertation title: “Discursos institucionales y manuales de texto de la American Association of Teachers of Spanish (1912-1944): un estudio de la historia política de la enseñanza del español en Estados Unidos.” – Advisor: Prof. José del Valle

Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate
2019. The Graduate Center (CUNY), NY.

M.A. Hispanic Linguistics
March 2018. The Graduate Center (CUNY), NY.

Interdisciplinary Studies
2007 – 2008. Agnes Scott College, GA.

C.A.P. “Capacitación de Aptitud Pedagógica”
2007. University of Alicante (Alicante), Spain.

English Studies (B.A.)
2006. University of Alicante (Alicante), Spain.

 

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