Dr. Edward Baranowski
|Title:||Professor of Spanish & Linguistics|
|(916) 278- 6336|
| Sacramento State University
Foreign Languages Department
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6087
Edward Baranowski, Associate Professor, received his PhD in Hispanic Linguistics from the University of Wisconsin. Since his arrival at CSUS in 2002, he has taught all levels of Spanish language, Advanced Grammar, Spanish Phonetics, Introduction to Language and Linguistics, and all four graduate seminars in linguistics for the MA program (General Spanish Linguistics, History of the Spanish Language, Contrastive Grammatical Structures of Spanish and English, and Applied Spanish Linguistics). His main field of expertise is Historical Linguistics.
Professor Baranowski is currently the graduate advisor in Spanish. He has participated actively in the MA Summer Program as professor (Peru 2003), co-director (Spain 2005), and director (Mexico 2004, 2008, Spain 2009, Guatemala 2010). He will be directing the 2011 MA Summer Program in Peru.
He has given scholarly presentations at the Annual Kentucky Foreign Language Conference at the University of Kentucky (Lexington, Kentucky, 2006) and the 42nd International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo, Michigan, 2007). Recent articles include “The Spanish Future Perfect habré cantado: From Subjunctive to Indicative?” (Bulletin of Spanish Studies. 84.1:1-12. 2007) and “Defining the Spanish Future Subjunctive.” (Hispania. 91.2:495-509. 2008).
Last updated: 01/23/2011