Selected Articles and Book Chapters
“Memes from Confinement: Disorientation and Hindsight Projection in the Crisis of COVID-19.” Language, Culture and Society (Forthcoming).
“Radical-right Populism in Spain and the Strategy of Chronopolitics.” Language in Society (2022): 1-25.
“The Gendered Semiotics of Far-right Populism on Instagram: A Case from Spain.” Discourse & Society (2022): 1-32.
“Spanish Bonnes in 1960s Paris: Occupational Narratives from Transnational Migrants in Later Life.” (2021). In K. Gonçalves and H. Kelley-Holmes, H. (Eds.), Language, Global Mobilities, Blue-Collar Workers and Blue-Collar Workplaces (pp. 91-106). New York: Routledge.
“Masculine Embodiment among Sexual Minorities in a Women’s Prison.” Australian Social Work, 74.2 (2021): 172-185. (Main author: A. Smoyer)
“Domestic Spanish Handbooks: Language and Labor in the American Home.” International Journal of the Sociology of Language 262 (2020): 17-37.
“Recalling the Bidonvilles of Paris: Historicity and Authority Among Transnational Migrants in Later Life.” Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 29.1 (2019): 50-68.
“The Life of a Loanword: A Case Study of Le Coming Out in the French Magazine Têtu (1995-2015).” Ampersand 6 (2019). (Co-author: W. Curtis.)
“Discourses of (Be)longing: Later Life and the Politics of Nostalgia.” (2019). In R. Piazza (Ed.), Discourses of Identity in Liminal Places and Spaces (pp. 64-82). New York: Routledge.
“Talk about the Past.” Texas Linguistic Forum 61 (2018): 1-8.
“From Paris to Pueblo and Back: (Re-)Emigration and the Modernist Chronotope in Cultural Performance.” Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 24.1 (2014): 1-18.
“Multilingualism and Later Life: A Sociolinguistic Perspective on Age and Aging.” Journal of Aging Studies 30 (2014): 94-103.
“Language Ideologies across Time: Household Spanish Handbooks from 1959 to 2012.” Critical Discourse Studies 11.2 (2014): 194-210.
“Multilingualism and the Lifespan: Case Studies from a Language Course for Spanish Seniors in Saint-Denis, France.” International Journal of Multilingualism 11.1 (2014): 1-22.
“Online in Later Life: Age as a Chronological Fact and a Dynamic Social Category in an Internet Class for Retirees.” Journal of Sociolinguistics 16.5 (2012): 585-612.
Awards & Honors
Awards & Honors
Hirsch Research Initiation Grant. “Manufacturing memory: Legacies of an authoritarian past in contemporary Spain.” 2022-2023.
Fulbright Senior Scholar Fellowship, Council for International Exchange of Scholars, Universidad de Murcia (Spain), Fall 2018.