Andrea Betti

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Institut für Romanistik

Andrea Betti holds a MA in Romance Languages, and his scholarly pursuits encompass a breadth of domains within linguistics, spanning Spanish dialectology, with a particular emphasis on morphosyntactic (micro)variation; the portrayal of fictional orality in literary and audiovisual mediums, as well as the historical language contact situations and diachronic changes in Ibero-Romance languages. Presently, he is immersed in Ph.D. studies in Romance Linguistics, with a research focus on the syntax of Cuban Spanish. Additionally, he holds a one-year fellowship at the CRC 1412 “Register” for his own research project centered on the Spanish spoken in the Canary Islands.


A09 On the interplay between register and socio-geographic variation in Canarian Spanish


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