Scott Lamanna, Assistant Professor
Co-Director, Interim Program in Mexico
Office: Hiemenga 412
BA (Wake Forest University 1994)
Teacher Licensure (K-12 Spanish) University of North Carolina, Greensboro 1997
MA (Indiana University 2005)
PhD (Indiana University 2012)
Spanish in the United States; Language and Dialect Contact; Colombian Spanish; Sociolinguistics; Dialectology; Spanish Syntax; Second Language Acquisition; Foreign Language Pedagogy
Professor Lamanna recently presented a paper, "Second Person Singular Pronoun Use by Colombians: Role Plays vs. Questionnaires" at the first Spanish Linguistics in North Carolina Conference in Raleigh, NC.
Singing, dancing, reading, traveling with his wife, enjoying good music (Christian, Latin, Classical, '80s pop)
Spanish-speaking countries visited
Colombia: spent a semester abroad in Fall 1992, visited in 1996, 1999, 2004, & 2007, dissertation research in 2009
Spain: mission trip to Granada in 2001
His wife is an architect from Bogotá, Colombia. They have extensive ties to the Hispanic communities of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and Bloomington, Indiana.