Lori A Czerwionka
// SLC // Spanish and Portuguese
// SIS // Linguistics
// SIS // Latin American Studies
Office and Contact
Room: SC 146C
Office hours: Spring 2018: M 3:30-4:30pm; T 10:30-11:30am
Phone: (765) 494-3833
My research interests lie broadly in pragmatics, discourse, sociolinguistics, and second language acquisition. Current research projects address discourse organization and the use of discourse markers by native and non-native speakers of Spanish, acquisition of pragmatic norms, and intercultural communication.
Recent publications include:
Czerwionka, L., Artamonova, T. & Barbosa, M. (2015). Intercultural knowledge growth: Evidence from student interviews during a short-term study abroad. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 49, 80-99.
Czerwionka, L., Artamonova, T. & Barbosa, M. (2014). “Intercultural competence during short-term study abroad: A focus on knowledge.” In B. Dupuy & L. Waugh (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence, 3, 46-77.
Czerwionka, L. (2014). Participant perspectives on mitigation: The impact of imposition and certainty. Journal of Pragmatics, 67, 112-130.
Czerwionka, L. (2012). Mitigation: The combined effects of imposition and certitude. Journal of Pragmatics, 44, 1163-1182.
Czerwionka, L. (2012). Evidential information represented in dialogue. In F. Cooren and A. Létourneau (Eds.), (Re)presentations and Dialogue (pp. 303-324). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Czerwionka, L. (2010). Conflict resolution: Mexican and Spanish strategies of repair. In D. Koike and L. Rodriguez-Alfano (Eds.), Dialogue in Spanish: Studies in contexts and functions (pp.189-220). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.