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Devin Grammon

Assistant Professor of Spanish Sociolinguistics
Romance Languages, Spanish, Spanish Heritage Language Program
Phone: 541-346-4070
Office: 417 Friendly Hall
Office Hours: Wednesdays 3-5pm
Research Interests: Sociocultural Linguistics, Second Language Studies, Linguistic Ethnography, Language Contact, Quechua and Andean Spanish, Linguistic Landscapes


2018 Ph.D. Hispanic Linguistics, The Ohio State University

2012 M.A. Hispanic Linguistics, University of Colorado Boulder 

2010 B.A. Spanish and History, University of Northern Colorado 


Devin Grammon is an Assistant Professor of Spanish Sociolinguistics in the Department of Romance Languages at the University of Oregon. His research interests include language ideologies, second language learning, sociolinguistic variation, and multilingualism. His current research projects focus on language learning during study abroad in Peru, Andean Spanish and Quechua, and multilingual street signs. His most recent peer-reviewed publications are featured in Linguistics & EducationForeign Language Annals, the Routledge Handbook of Variationist Approaches to Spanish, and the forthcoming volume Study Abroad and the Second Language Acquisition of Sociolinguistic Variation in Spanish.    

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Spring 2022 Courses

SPAN 420/520 Lingusitic Landscapes: Spanish in Public Space

SPAN 322 Introduction to Hispanic Lingusitics 

Fall 2022 Courses 

SPAN 428 Spanish in the United States 

SPAN 420/520 Language Contact in Latin America and Spain

Winter 2023 Courses 

SPAN 322 Introduction to Hispanic Lingusitics