Jeremy is a M.A. student in Hispanic Linguistics from Long Island, New York. He received his B.A. in Spanish Language & Literature with a minor in Linguistics from Stony Brook University. Throughout his undergraduate studies, he has worked as both an ESL teacher and language tutor for Romance languages. Jeremy’s research interests include phonetic, phonological and syntactic variation and change in Mexican Spanish, psycholinguistics and computational linguistics. When it comes to language, he often finds himself asking the following questions: why did the speaker use this specific word in this specific context? What does it mean to them and what exactly are they trying to convey? How has this changed over time? In his free time, Jeremy enjoys studying other languages, exercising, traveling and listening to music.
Master's Student, Hispanic Linguistics