Of mice and (of) men: Phonological influences on the omissibility of French ‘de’ in coordination (a talk by Dr. Kie Zuraw)
Download flyer. Abstract: In English "pieces of tomatoes and of carrots" and "pieces...
Senior Lecturer in Spanish,
Head, Spanish Language Program
BA, University of Cape Town (South Africa)
Diploma, Universidad de Granada (Spain)
MA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Mildred Basker-Seigel has been teaching at Boston University since 1985. She has served as coordinator of beginner and intermediate levels of the Spanish Four Skills Sequence as well as the Reading Track which is designed to help students acquire a reading knowledge of Spanish. She has helped to develop the Spanish Reading curriculum with the publication of two grammar course books, and a study guide for Gabriel García Márquez’ novel “El coronel no tiene quien le escriba”. Her interests lie in developing teaching strategies that integrate all aspects of language learning as well as literary and academic translation.