Investigadores

Dra. Luz Marina Vásquez Carranza

Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics. Boston University. U.S
M.A. in Applied Linguistics. Boston University. U.S
Áreas de interés en investigación: Child language development; foreign language teaching / learning; multiculturalism; minority languages; Limonense Creole Language; Good living.

Director of the Center for Research on Cultural Diversity and Regional Studies (CIDICER). University of Costa Rica.

Professor of the Baccalaureate and Bachelor's Degree in English Teaching. Headquarters of the West. University of Costa Rica.

Member of the Interculturality Network. Costa Rica.

Member of the Editorial Commission of the Magazine Identities Forum. https://historiar.revistas.ufs.br/index.php/forumidentidades/about/edit

Training areas: child language development; TESOL; applied linguistics, minority languages, Limonense Creole Language; Good living.

Correo electrónico:
Premios y reconocimientos recibidos
  • Ganadora de Fondo de Estímulo para la Investigación, Vicerrectoría de Investigación, Universidad de Costa Rica, 2018-2010.
  • Beca FULBRIGHT (CAMPUS VII) (1992-1994).
    Premio Delta Epsilon Sigma en Saint Michael's College (1995).
    Graduación Magna Cum Laude, Saint Michael's College (1994).
  • Pasantía Harvard University, RIFED (2011).
Últimas publicaciones
  • Vásquez, L.M. (ene-jun, 2019). Señales de resistencia: el criollo en la provincia de Limón, Costa Rica. Revista Fórum Identidades, v. 29, n° 01, pp. 147-167.

    Recuperado de: https://revec.revistas.ufs.br/index.php/forumidentidades/article/view/12358/9315

  • Vásquez, L. M. (2018). Patterns in the acquisition of the Spanish trill: A study involving children ages 3;0 to 5;6. Káñina, XLII (1), ; p 209-226.
  • Vásquez, L. M. (2016). The acquisition of verb morphology by a group of Spanish monolingual children. Filología y Lingüística, 42 (1), p. 141-163.
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