Jefferson Israel Imbaquingo-Ramon
Teaching Assistant & Research Assistant
Hispanic and Italian Studies
601 S. Morgan St.
|Monday||08:00am – 08:50am|
|Wednesday||08:00am – 08:50am|
|Friday||08:00am – 08:50am|
His main current research interests on the linguistic conjecture marking in Ecuadorian Andean Spanish monolinguals and Kichwa-Spanish bilinguals in Ecuador, as well as conjecture in the US context with Spanish L2 and Spanish heritage speakers. He is also currently working on the resolution of anaphoric structures by Spanish heritage speakers in the US and the role of prosody. He has taught L2 Spanish and Heritage Spanish courses. His general research interests are bilingual grammars, heritage speakers, language contact, Spanish in contact with indigenous languages, L1 dialects phonological inventories and L2 acquisition.
Colon-Rodrigues, Keyra and Jeff Imbaquingo (Eds.) (2022) International Christian University Working Papers in Linguistics 20: Health Questionnaire Digital Archive. Tokyo, Japan: International Christian University.
Cortés, M., Imbaquingo J., Zambrano, I. (2021). El Kichwa en productos alimenticios: ¿Sumak Kawsay o mercantilización. Paisajes lingüísticos de las dos orillas. Miradas trasatlánticas. Coorporación Sociocultural La Metáfora
BA, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador
MA, University of Illinois at Chicago
Research Currently in Progress
Evidentiality, conjecture and grammatical expression in Andean Ecuadorian Spanish