Julieta Fernández is Assistant Professor of Hispanic Linguistics and a faculty member in the interdisciplinary Ph.D. program of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching at the University of Arizona. She is also a member of the Technology Enhanced Language Learning (TELL) cluster. She received her Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from Pennsylvania State University. Her research focuses on L2 pragmatics; language learning and technology; and second language learning and pedagogy.
Advanced Grammar & Composition (SPAN 425)
Applied Linguistics (SPAN/LING 457)
Intermediate Conversation (SPAN 330)
Second Semester Spanish (SPAN 102)
Spanish for the Classroom Teacher of Spanish (SPAN 473)
Spanish Pragmatics (SPAN 459)
Foreign Language Teaching and Methodology (SPAN 581A)
Seminar in Hispanic Linguistics (SPAN 696D)
- Fernández, J., & Davis, T. (2021). Overview of available learner corpora. In N. Tracy-Ventura & M. Paquot (Eds.), Routledge handbook of second language acquisition and corpora (pp. 147-159). New York: Routledge.
- Fernández, J., & Staples, S. (2021). Pragmatic approaches. In N. Tracy-Ventura & M. Paquot (Eds.), Routledge handbook of second language acquisition and corpora (pp. 242-253). New York: Routledge.
- Rockey, C., Tiegs, J., & Fernández, J. (2020). Mobile application use in technology-enhanced DCTs. The Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO) Journal, 37(1), 85-108.
- Gabrielsen, N., & Fernández, J. (2020). Equal access to the United States legal system for multilingual users of English. TESOL Journal, 11(1), 1-5.
- McGregor, J., & Fernández, J. (2019). Theorizing qualitative interviews: Two autoethnographic reconstructions. Modern Language Journal, 103(1), 227-247.
- Staples, S., & Fernández, J. (2019). Corpus linguistics approaches to L2 pragmatics research. In N. Taguchi (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of second language acquisition and pragmatics (pp. 241-254). New York, NY: Routledge.
- Fernández, J. (2018). “I think I sound stupid if I try to use those words”: The role of metapragmatic awareness in the study abroad language classroom. Foreign Language Annals, 51(2), 430-454.
- Fernández, J. (2017). The language functions of tipo in Argentine vernacular. Journal of Pragmatics, 114, 87-103.
- Fernández, J., & Gates Tapia, A. N. (2016). An appraisal of the language contact profile as a tool to research local engagement in study abroad. Study Abroad Research in Second Language Acquisition and International Education, 1(2), 248-276.
- Asención Delaney, Y., & Fernández, J. (2016). Spanish speech acts. In Chapelle, C. A (Ed.). The encyclopedia of applied linguistics. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. DOI: 10.1002/9781405198431.wbeal1483
- Fernández, J. (2016). Authenticating language choices: Out-of-class interactions in study abroad. In R. A. van Compernolle & J. McGregor (Eds.), Authenticity, language and interaction in second language contexts (pp. 131-150). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
- Fernández, J., & Yuldashev, A. (2015). Using a corpus-informed pedagogical intervention to develop awareness toward appropriate lexicogrammatical choices. L2 Journal, 7(4), 91-107.
- Fernández, J. (2015). General extender use in spoken peninsular Spanish: Metapragmatic awareness and pedagogical implications. Journal of Spanish Language Teaching, 2(1), 1-17.
- Fernández, J., Gates Tapia, A. N., & Lu, X. (2014). Oral proficiency and pragmatic marker use in L2 spoken Spanish: The case of pues and bueno. Journal of Pragmatics, 74, 150-164.
- Fernández, J. (2013). A corpus-based study of vague language use by learners of Spanish in a study abroad context. In C. Kinginger. (Ed.), Social and cultural aspects of language learning in study abroad (pp. 299-332). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
- Yuldashev, A., Fernández, J., & Thorne, S. L. (2013). Second language learners' contiguous and discontiguous multi-word unit use over time. Modern Language Journal, 97(1), 31-45.
- Fernández, J., & Yuldashev, A. (2011). Variation in the use of general extenders and stuff in instant messaging interactions. Journal of Pragmatics, 23, 2610-2626.