Eduardo Faingold

Eduardo Faingold

Associate Professor of SpanishOliphant Hall 165
(918) 631-2354
Eduardo-faingold@utulsa.edu

Spanish linguistics, psycholinguistics, bilingualism, language and the law, Argentine history, biography, film studies.

Education and Degrees Earned

  • Ph.D., Linguistics, Tel-Aviv University, 1988-1992
    • Subject of Doctoral dissertation: Emergent systems of phonology: Child language, creolization, and historical change.
  • M.A., English Linguistics, CUM LAUDE, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1985-1987
    • Subject of Master thesis: Some universal and idiosyncratic aspects of early phonological and lexical development: Evidence from a trilingual Spanish, Portuguese, and Hebrew speaking child.
  • B.A., English Linguistics and French Language & Literature, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1981-1984

Previous Teaching Experience

  • Lecturer, 1993-1995
    • State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Spanish
  • Lecturer, 1992-1993
    • State University of New York at Stony Brook, Department of Comparative Studies
  • Lecturer, 1988-1989
    • Tel-Aviv University, Department of Foreign Languages

Professional Affiliations

  • Linguistic Society of America
  • Modern Language Association
  • American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese
  • The Linguistic Association of the Southwest
  • International Academy of Linguistic Law
  • The International Phonetic Association
  • Salzburg Seminar Alumni Organization
  • DAAD Alumni Organization

Courses Taught at TU

  • American Culture on Film (FLM 2043)
  • History of the Spanish Language (SPAN 4313)
  • Introduction to Spanish Linguistics (SPAN 3123)
  • Spanish Bilingualism (SPAN 4023)
  • Spanish Phonetics (SPAN 3313)
  • Spanish Undergraduate Research (SPAN 4873)

Awards & Recognition

  • 1999 - 2005 Book Review Editor, Southwest Journal of Linguistics.
  • 1999 - present Who's Who in the South and the Southwest of the United States.
  • 1999 Kellogg Foundation Grant to participate at the Salzburg Seminar, Session 372 "Race and Ethnicity: Social Change through Public Awareness" in Salzburg, Austria.
  • 2000 - present Who's Who in America.
  • 2000 - present Who's Who in the World
  • 2000 Judge, Helmut Esau Prize, Linguistic Association of the Southwest.
  • 2002 Fellowship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to conduct research on developmental linguistics at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany.
  • 2005 Foreign Research Fellowship, National Research Foundation of South Africa to conduct research on language rights at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa.
  • 2006 Edward T. Cone Foundation Grant to participate at the Salzburg Seminar, Session 434 "Biography as a mirror of society" in Salzburg, Austria.
  • 2007 NEH Grant to conduct research on Jewish emigration in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Publications

  • Codice de Composicion. Guia para Escribir Trabajos.
    2007. Second Edition. Munchen, Germany, Lincom GmbH.
  • Diaspora y exilio. Cronica de unafamilia argentina.
    2006. La Plata, Buenos Aires, Ediciones Al Margen.
  • Emigrar despues del exilio. De Argentina a Israel.
    2008 La Plata, Buenos Aires, Ediciones Al Margen.
  • Exile from Argentina. A Jewish Family and the Military Dictatorship (1976 - 1980).
    In press. Charlotte, NC, Information Age Publishing. (English translation of Diaspora y exilio. Cronica de unafamilia argentina).
  • Language rights and language justice in the constitutions of the world
    2004. Language Problems and Language Planning 28: 11-24.
  • Language rights in the 2004 draft of the constitution of the European Union
    2007. Language Problems and Language Planning 31: 25-36.
  • Multilingualism from Infancy to Adolescence. Noam's Experience.
    2004. Westport, CT, Information Age Publishing.
  • The Development of Grammar in Spanish and the Romance Languages
    2003. New York, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • The Development of Phonology in Spanish and Portuguese
    2008 Munchen, Germany, Lincom GmbH.
  • The Kalamata Diary
    Forthcoming (under contract). Lanham, MD, Lexington Books, a division of Rowman & Littlefield.