I'm a Full Professor of Spanish and Linguistics and Director of Linguistics at Purdue University. My research focuses on the acquisition of Spanish morphosyntax and semantics among second language learners, heritage speakers and young bilingual children. Furthermore, I'm very interested in child bi-literacy development, language contact and change, Spanish in the U.S., and Cuban Spanish. Currently, I'm working on three projects examining the acquisition of Spanish among L1 speakers of Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese and Catalan (Mallorquín).
Contact Information: Alejandro Cuza, PhD Professor of Spanish and Linguistics Director of Linguistics Purdue University School of Languages and Cultures 640 Oval Drive. Stanley Coulter Hall West Lafayette, IN. 47907