'[T]he studies in this collection not only pay homage to the lasting influence and inspiration of Professor Azevedo as teacher, advisor, tutor, and mentor to his students, but they are also of uniformly high quality. The essays thus offer readers valuable new insights into various dimensions of Spanish and Portuguese linguistics.' - Hispania
About the Author
Laura Callahan is Professor of Hispanic Linguistics at The City College and Graduate Center, the City University of New York, USA. Her work has focused on code-switching, intercultural communication, and heritage language maintenance. She is author of numerous articles and of two books: Spanish and English in U.S. Service Encounters and Spanish/ English Codeswitching in a Written Corpus.