Examining the (mini-)variable swarm in the Spanish of the Southeast
In Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics 16 (pp. 324–349). Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Spanish in North Carolina: English-origin loanwords in a newly forming Hispanic community
In Language Diversity in the New South (pp. 289–305). Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
Iberian imperialism and language evolution in :atin America
[Review of ]. Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 93(9), 1649–1650.
2015 journal article
Broad focus declaratives in Veneto-Spanish bilinguals: Peak alignment and language contact
Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 8(1), 35–57.
On glottal stops in Yucatan Spanish: language contact and dialect standardization
In Selected Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics. John Benjamins.
The changing system of Costa Rican pronouns of address: tuteo, voseo, and ustedo
In Forms of address in the Spanish of the Americas. John Benjamins.
Maya-Spanish contact in Yucatan, Mexico: Context and sociolinguistic implications
In New Perspectives on Hispanic Contact Linguistics in the Americas. Iberoamericana-Vervuert.
A sociolinguistic analysis of pre-nuclear peak alignment in Yucatan Spanis
In Selected proceedings of the 15th hispanic linguistics symposium (pp. 221–235). Somerville: Cascadilla Press.
Peak alignment in bilingual Chipilo Spanish
In Selected proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics (pp. 102–122). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
The standardization of Yucatan Spanish: Family case studies in Izamal and Merida
In Selected proceedings of the 14th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium (pp. 102–115). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
2011 journal article
Dialect standardization in Merida, Yucatan: The case of /bdg/
Revista Internacional De Linguistica Iberoamericana, 18, 191–212.
Selected Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics
Somerville, MA : Cascadilla Press.
2010 journal article
Forms of address in Chilean Spanish
Hispania (Baltimore, Md.), 93(3), 413–429.
2010 journal article
Perceptions of second person singular pronoun use in San Salvador, El Salvador
Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 3(2), 353–377.
Intervocalic voiced stops in Yucatan Spanish: A case of contact induced language change?
In Espa?ol en Estados Unidos y en otros contextos de contacto: Sociolinguistica, ideologia y pedagogia (pp. 67–84).
El habla de Yucatam: Final -m in a dialect in contact
In Selected Proceedings of the Third Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics (pp. 38–43). Somerville, MA : Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
Final -m in Yucatan Spanish: A rapid and anonymous survey
In New Perspectives on Romance Linguistics. Vol 2: Phonetics, phonology and dialectology: selected papers from the 35th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL) (pp. 155–166).