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CURRICULUM VITAE
SERGIO FRANCISCO ROMERO FLORIAN
Mail Address: The University of Texas at Austin

Department of Spanish & Portuguese

150 W. 21st Street, Stop B3700

Austin, TX 78712-1611


Email: sergio.romero@austin.utexas.edu
EDUCATION
08/01-06/06 Ph.D. in Linguistics

Dissertation Title:

“Sociolinguistic Variation and Linguistic History in Mayan: the case of K'iche'”

Advisor: Gillian Sankoff Ph.D.

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA


08/98-05/01 M.A. in Anthropology

Tulane University

New Orleans, LA
06-08/96 Graduate Course in Andean Linguistics and Bilingual Education

Centro de Estudios Regionales Andinos “Bartolomé de las Casas”.

Cusco, Peru

02/93-11/96 B.A. in Anthropology

Universidad del Valle

Guatemala City, Guatemala


EMPLOYMENT
Teaching
07/12- Assistant Professor

LLILAS and Department of Spanish and Portuguese

University of Texas

Austin, TX


08/06-07/12 Assistant Professor

Department of Anthropology

Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN

01/06-06/06 Lecturer

University of Chicago

Chicago, IL
RESEARCH
Books
2015 Language and ethnicity among the K’ichee’ Maya. Provo: University of Utah Press.

Articles in referred journals
Single-authored
In press ‘Bill Gates speaks K’ichee’’: The corporatization of linguistic revitalization in Guatemala. Language and Communication.
In press Grammar, dialectal variation and honorific registers in Nahuatl in 17th century Guatemala. Anthropological Linguistics.
In press Language, catechisms and Mesoamerican lords in Highland Guatemala: Addressing ‘God” after the Spanish conquest. Ethnohistory
In press “¡Cuánto sufrir! Solo la fe de indio me ha mantenido firme...”: Jorge Ubico y el indigenismo del presbítero Celso Narciso Teletor. Mesoamérica.
In press Mito e idioma en las crónicas indígenas de Guatemala. Anales de la Academia de Geografía e Historia de Guatemala.

2012 “They don’t get speak our language right”: Language standardization, power and migration among the lowland Q’eqchi’ Maya. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 22, 2, 21-42.


2012 A Maya Version of Jespersen’s Cycle: The diachronic evolution of negative markers in K’iche’ Mayan. International Journal of American Linguistics 78, 1, 76-97.
2000 The Lanquín Calendar: Time and the Q'eqchi' in the Late 18th Century, Human Mosaic 33, 1.
Co-authored
2012 Co-authored with Laura Matthew. Nahuatl and Pipil in Colonial Guatemala: A Central American Counterpoint". Ethnohistory 59, 4, 765-783.
Book chapters
Single authored
In press “Our parents don’t talk like us!” Migration, Adolescence and New Dialect Formation in Q’eqchi’ Maya. In A Celebration of the Life and Work of Pierre Robert Colas. Helmke, Christophe and Frauke Sachse. Munich: Verlag Anton Saurwein.

2009 Phonological markedness and regional identity in Mayan: the fricativization of intervocalic /l/ in K’iche’. In Variation in Indigenous Minority Languages. Eds. Dennis Preston and James Stanford. Amsterdam: Benjamins.


2006 Los Idiomas de Mesoamérica. In Mesoamérica. Ed. Horacio Cabezas. Guatemala City: Universidad Mesoamericana.
Co-authored
1997 Co-authored with Linda Asturias

La cofradía en Tecpán en la segunda mitad del siglo XX. In



Kaqoj, algodón café. Ed. Linda Asturias de Barrios.

Guatemala City: Museo Ixchel


Articles in conference proceedings
In press El k’ichee’ evangeliza al q’eqchi’: Las lenguas indígenas como modelo de discurso doctrinal en la primera evangelización del altiplano guatemalteco. In Memorias del VIII Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Misionera.

In press Cronotopos e intertextualidades en el Popol Wuj

In Memorias del Primer Seminario sobre el Popol Wuj
2012 The Linguistic Construction of Maya Christianity: Social History and Pastoral Q’eqchi’. In Proceedings of the XIII European Association of Mayanists’ Congress.
2011 De calendarios e historia: Tiempo e ideología en el pensamiento maya. In Voces, 2, 143-154.

2007 Historia, migraciones y cambio lingüístico en Q'eqchi': Homogenización dialectal o resignificación de las diferencias?

In Cultura de Guatemala XXIX, 1, Memorias del VI Congreso de Estudios Mayas, 41-64.
Book Reviews
In press The persistence of language: Constructing and confronting the past and present in the voices of Jane H. Hill. American Anthropologist.
2012 Converting Words: Maya in the Age of the Cross. William Hanks. Berkeley: University of California Press. 439 pp. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 12, 3, 271-73
2008 Kaqchikel Chronicles: The Definitive Edition. Judith Maxwell and Robert M. Hill. II. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006, 691 pp. Journal of Anthropological Research, 64, pp. 440-441
GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Received
04/13 Summer Research Grant

LLILAS/University of Texas at Austin

Austin, TX
05/11-/08/11 Provost’s Research Scholar Grant

Office of the Provost/Vanderbilt University


08/10 Vanderbilt University Faculty Fellow

Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities

Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN


06-07/09 Library Fellow

American Philosophical Society

Philadelphia, PA
05/07-08/07 Provost’s Research Scholar Grant

Office of the Provost

Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN


08/01-06/06 William Penn Fellowship for Graduate Studies

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA
08/98-05/01 Fellowship for Graduate Studies

Graduate School, Tulane University

New Orleans, LA
05-07/00 Research Grant

Department of Latin American Studies, Tulane University

New Orleans, LA
06-08/96 Scholarship for Graduate Studies

Centro de Estudios Regionales Andinos “Bartolomé de las Casas”.

Cusco, Peru
PRESENTATIONS
Invited presentations
11/2014 On etymology as register: Lexicon, signs and racism in Guatemalan Spanish.

University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley CA


09/2014 Workshop: “Hacia una sociolingüística de las lenguas mayas”

Academia de las Lenguas Mayas de Guatemala

Guatemala City, Guatemala
07/14 Mito e idioma en las crónicas indígenas de Guatemala

Academia de Geografía e Historia

Guatemala City, Guatemala
06/14 Los efectos del “colapso” en los idiomas mayas de las tierras bajas

VII Convención Mundial de Arqueología Maya

Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala
06/14 Cronotopo e Intertextualidad en el Popol Vuh

I Seminario sobre el Popol Vuh

Universidad Rafael Landívar

Guatemala City, Guatemala


10/13 Workshop: “Hybridity in Mesoamerican languages and cultures”

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)

Mexico City, Mexico

10/13 Una visión “negativa” del cambio sintáctico en Mesoamérica:

El surgimiento de la concordancia negativa en maya k’ichee’

IV Coloquio Mauricio Swadesh

Mexico City, Mexico
08/13 Sobre acentos y etnicidad

Seminario permanente de antropología, Universidad del Valle

Guatemala City, Guatemala

06/13 Del kaqjay al tinamit: El urbanismo según las fuentes colonials mayas del altiplano.

VI Convención Mundial de Arqueología Maya

Guatemala City, Guatemala


04/13 “We’re not Mexicans”: Grammar, dialectal variation and honorific registers in Nahuatl and Pipil in 16th and 17th century Guatemala.

SALSA XXI

University of Texas at Austin, Austin
06/11 Popol Vuh y génesis del cristianismo maya.

IV Convención Mundial de Arqueología Maya

Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala
10/09 “Talking like us”: Migration, adolescence and new dialect formation in Q’eqchi’ Maya

Pierre Colas Memorial Conference

Vanderbilt University, Nashville
09/09 Evangelización y traducción en el siglo XVI en Guatemala.

Jornadas Históricas. Fraternidad de María.

Guatemala City, Guatemala
01/08 Jujun tinamit k’o ub’antajik, jujun tinamit k’o uch’ab’al (Each town has its own ways, each town has its own speech): dialect and identity in Mayan

Tulane University

New Orleans, LA
03/07 Workshop on Colonial documents written in Mesoamerican languages

University of Guanajuato

Leon, Mexico
Conference presentations
06/14 El Título de Santa María Ixhuatán: Un texto del siglo XVII en náhuatl centroamericano

XXVIII Simposio de Arqueología Maya

Guatemala City, Guatemala
06/14 El Pipil en la Guatemala Colonial: Unas Propuestas

XII Congreso Centroamericano de Historia

San Salvador, El Salvador
03/14 El k’ichee’ evangeliza al q’eqchi’: Las lenguas indígenas como modelo de discurso doctrinal en la primera evangelización del altiplano guatemalteco

VIII Missionary Linguistics Conference

Lima, Perú
11/13 “Bill Gates speaks K’ichee’”: The corporatization of linguistic revitalization in Guatemala.

Meetings of the American Anthropological Association

Chicago, IL
11/11 Language, Catechisms and Mesoamerican lords in highland Guatemala: Addressing ‘God’ after the Spanish conquest.

XIII European Maya Conference.

Copenhagen, Denmark.
08/11 De calendarios e historia: Tiempo e ideología en el pensamiento maya

IX Congreso de Estudios Mayas

Guatemala City, Guatemala
11/10 Stress retraction in Santa Maria Chiquimula; Some consequences for K’iche’ Mayan dialectology

NWAV 40


San Antonio, TX
06/09 Mas allá de la lingua franca: El uso del náhuatl en la Centroamérica colonial

53 Congress of Americanists

Mexico City, Mexico
12/08 The Linguistic Construction of Everyday Christianity: Social History and Pastoral Q’eqchi’

European Maya Conference

Paris, France

11/08 Syntactic change and the rise of negative concord in K’iche’ Mayan

NWAV 37

Houston, TX


04/08 Dialectal homogenization and the social meaning of difference: The Rise of New Dialects of Q’eqchi’ Mayan.

17 World Sociolinguistics Symposium

Amsterdam, Netherlands
10/07 Palatalization, contact and the rise of a new reading style in K’iche’ Mayan

NWAV 36


Philadelphia, PA
09/07 Disjoint linguistic ideologies and bilingual education: The case of Mayan languages in Guatemala

Meetings of the Latin American Studies Association

Montreal, Canada
08/07 Historia, migración y cambio linguístico en Q’eqchi’

VII Congreso de Estudios Mayas

Guatemala City, Guatemala
07/06 Spanish loanwords in K’iche’: Style, pragmatics

and language change

XVI World Sociolinguistics Symposium

Limerick, Ireland


01/06 Assibilation of [l] in K’iche’: An account of an unnatural phonetic change of great social worth

Annual Meetings of the Linguistic Society of America

Albuquerque, NM
08/05 Phonetic variation and the rise of new constructions: A study of negative particles in K’iche’ Maya

16 International Congress of Historical Linguistics

Madison, WI
04/04 The Impact of Phonological Change on Morphology: A Case Study

First Symposium of the Penn Working Group in Language

Philadelphia, PA

06/03 Hacia una dialectología del náhuatl en Guatemala

III Congreso de Estudios Mayas

Guatemala city, Guatemala


LANGUAGES
INDOEUROPEAN
Spanish Mother Tongue

English Near-native speaker fluency

French Speaks, reads and writes fluently.

German Speaks, reads and writes at intermediate level.

Italian Speaks, reads and writes at intermediate level.

Latin Reading knowledge.


MAYAN
K’iche’ Speaks, reads and writes fluently.

Kaqchikel Speaks, reads and writes fluently.

Q’eqchi’ Speaks, reads and writes fluently.

Yucatec Speaks, reads and writes at intermediate level.

Ixil Speaks, reads and writes at intermediate level.
OTHER
Nahuatl Speaks, reads and writes fluently

Quechua Intermediate level.







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