Department of Spanish & Italian

Tiffany Judy

Tiffany JudyTiffany Judy

PhD in Hispanic Linguistics
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Baker Family Fund Fellow

Office: Greene Hall 545
Phone: (336) 758-3937
Email: judyte@wfu.edu
Website: http://tiffanyjudy.weebly.com/

Tiffany Judy is a native of South Dakota. Beginning at Wake in 2013, Tiffany teaches courses in Spanish and linguistics for the Department of Spanish, the Graduate Program in Interpreting and Translation Studies and the Linguistics Minor. Her research focuses on adult second language acquisition of Spanish, preferably by speakers of less-commonly studied languages, such as Farsi and Polish. She has also published on child language acquisition and third language acquisition.

http://tiffanyjudy.weebly.com/

Edited Volumes              

  1. JUDY, T. & PERPINÁÑ, S. (2015). The Acquisition of Spanish in Understudied Language Pairings. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  1. CABRELLI AMARO, J., JUDY, T., & PASCUAL Y CABO, D. (2013). Proceedings of the 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition (GASLA) Conference. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
  1. IVERSON, M., IVANOV, I., JUDY, T., ROTHMAN, J., SLABAKOVA, R., & TRYZNA, M. (2010). Proceedings of the Mind-Context Divide Workshop, Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.

Journal Articles

  1. JUDY, T. (in press). The Syntax-Semantics of Adjectival Distribution in Spanish-Polish Speakers. Studies in Second Language Acquisition
  1. JUDY, T., PUTNAM, M., & ROTHMAN, J. (in press). Reassessing the Second Language-Heritage Language Divide: Switch reference at the junction of competence and performance. Journal of Language Contact
  1. ROTHMAN, J., LONG, D., IVERSON, M., & JUDY, T., LINGWALL, A., & CHAKRAVARTY, T. (2016). Effects in Child L2 Acquisition and Why It’s Not All About Input: Evidence from Passives in Spanish-English Acquirers. Journal of Child Language Acquisition, 43(3) 662-686.
  1. JUDY, T. (2011). L1/L2 parametric directionality matters: More on the Null Subject Parameter in L2 acquisition. EUROSLA Yearbook, 11, 165-190.
  1. ROTHMAN, J., IVERSON, M., & JUDY, T. (2011). Some notes on the generative study of L3 acquisition. Second Language Research, 27(1), 5-19.
  1. ROTHMAN, J., JUDY, T., GUIJARRO-FUENTES, P., & PIRES, A. (2010). On the (un)—ambiguity of adjectival interpretation in L2 Spanish: Informing debates on the mental representation of L2 syntax. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 32(1), 47-77.
  1. ROTHMAN, J., IVERSON, M., & JUDY, T. (2009). Bound variable, split antecedent and ellipsis interpretations in L2 Portuguese: Implications for L2 acquisition theories. Estudos da Linguagem, 7(2), 261-300.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

  1. JUDY, T. (2015). Knowledge and Processing of Subject-related Discourse Properties in L2 Near-native Speakers of Spanish, L1 Farsi. In T. Judy & S. Perpiñán (Eds.), The Acquisition of Spanish in Understudied Language Pairings. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  1. JUDY, T. & PERPIÑÁN, S. (2015). The importance of crosslinguistic comparison in the study of the acquisition of Spanish. In T. Judy & S. Perpiñán (Eds.), The Acquisition of Spanish in Understudied Language Pairings. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  1. ROTHMAN, J. & JUDY, T. (2014). Portuguese as a Heritage Language in the United States. In T.G. Wiley, J.K. Peyton, D. Christian, S.K. Moore & N. Liu (Eds.), Handbook of Heritage and Community Languages in the United States: Research, Educational Practice, and Policy (pp. 132-142). New York, NY: Routledge.
  1. CABRELLI, J., IVERSON, M., & JUDY, T. (2009). N-Drop at the L3 initial state and its relationship to the L2 steady state. In A. Pires & J. Rothman (Eds.), Minimalist inquiries into child and adult language acquisition: Case studies across Portuguese (pp. 177-196). Berlin/New York: Mouton DeGruyter.
  1. GUIJARRO-FUENTES, P., JUDY, T., & ROTHMAN, J. (2009). On Transfer, Proficiency and Cross-Individual/Aggregate SLA Differences: Examining Adjectival Semantics in L2 Spanish. In A. Bennati (Ed.), Issues in L2 Proficiency (pp. 233-253). London: Continuum.
  1. JUDY, T., GUIJAROO-FUENTES, P., & ROTHMAN, J. (2008). Adult Accessibility to L2 Representational Features: Evidence from the Spanish DP. In M. Bowles, R. Foote, S. Perpiñán & R. Bhatt (Eds.) Selected Proceedings of Second Language Research Forum 2007 (pp. 1-21). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings

  1. JUDY, T. & ROTHMAN, J. (2014). The Processing of Pronominal Subjects by near-native L1 Persian-L2 Spanish Adult Bilinguals. In W. Orman & M. J. Vallea (Eds.), BUCLD 38: Proceedings of the 38th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (192-204). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.
  1. JUDY, T. & ROTHMAN, J. (2010). From a Superset to a Subset grammar and the Semantic Compensation Hypothesis: Subject Pronoun and Anaphora Resolution Evidence in L2 English. In K. Franich, K.M. Iserman & L.L. Keil (Eds.), BUCLD 34: Proceedings of the 34th annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (pp. 197-208). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.
  1. ROTHMAN, J., IVERSON, M., JUDY, T., & GUIJARRO-FUENTES, P. (2009). Noun-raising and adjectival interpretative reflexes in the L2 Spanish of Germanic and Italian learners. In J. Chandlee, M. Franchini, S. Lord & G.-M. Rheiner (Eds.), BUCLD 33: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (pp. 444-455). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.
  1. CABRELLI, J., IVERSON, M., JUDY, T., & ROTHMAN, J. (2008). What the start of L3 tells us about the end of L2: N-drop in L2 and L3 Portuguese. In H. Chan, E. Kapia & H. Jacob (Eds.), A Supplement to the Proceedings of the 32nd Boston University Conference on Language Development, available at http://128.197.86.186/posters/32/Cabrelli.pdf

Work In Progress

JUDY, T. & ROTHMAN, J. Syntactic and Discursive Knowledge of Pronominal Subjects in Persian-Spanish Adult Bilinguals.

JUDY, T. The Extension of Syntactically-Constrained Distribution of Differential Object Marking in Spanish by Farsi-Spanish Adult Bilinguals.

JUDY, T. Polish-Spanish Bilingualism in Argentina.

Wake Forest University

Spanish Courses

Intermediate Spanish (SPA 153)
Elementary Spanish I (SPA 111)
Grammar and Composition (SPA 309)
Honors Directed Reading & Research (SPA 398C)
Honors Directed Writing (SPA 399B)

Linguistics Courses

Pronunciation and Dialectal Variation (SPN 322/622)
Sociolinguistics (LIN 310/610)
Introduction to Linguistics (LIN/ANT 150)
Independent Study: Second Language Acquisition (SPA 397B)
Acquisition of Spanish (SPA 379)

Courses for Translation & Interpretation Studies

Applied Research Project (TIS 785)