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Languages and World LiteraturesOther Titles: Spanish
Office: CCS 348
Courses & Teaching
SPAN 101,102: Beginner Spanish, SPAN 202: Advanced Spanish, SPAN 301, 302: Intermediate Spanish.
Dr. Senn completed her PhD in Spanish Linguistics at the University of Ottawa in 2008. With the aim of revising the characterization of the term “near-native speaker”, her PhD dissertation investigated two constructions that evidence “unstable” areas of the Spanish language: Resumptive Pronouns in ambiguous Restrictive Relative Clauses, and Optional Dative Clitic Doubling. In 2009, Cristina joined the Department of Critical Studies at the University of British Columbia-Okanagan, where she works as a Spanish Lecturer and as a DELE examiner.
PhD in Spanish Linguistics