Jeremy Hurdus


 

I previously studied geography at the undergraduate level at Towson University in the U.S. I hold a master's degree in Language Acquisition from the University of the Basque Country. Supervised by Dr. Lasagabaster, my doctoral project draws on both poststructuralist geography and technical SLA to better understand how language policy is produced in dual language schools. I currently work at a Spanish-English dual language elementary school near Seattle, U.S.




Research Interests

Language policy
Vocabulary acquisition
Long-term memory
Political geography


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