Ángel Milla Muñoz, originally from Seville (Spain), is a Ph.D. candidate in the Hispanic Linguistics program. He received his B.A. in English Language and Literature, and his M.A. in Secondary School Education, Vocational Training and Language Teaching, both from the University of Seville as well as his M.A. in Hispanic Linguistics from Indiana University. His areas of interest include Sociolinguistics with a focus on Peninsular Spanish (namely Andalusian Spanish), Spanish Phonetics and Second Language Acquisition as well as the intersection of these three areas of study. His dissertation topic deals with the (non)existence of negative attitudes speakers from Peninsular Spanish may exhibit towards Andalusian speakers. Furthermore, he is interested in Catalan linguistics, more specifically in Catalan Sociolinguistics and Dialectology.
Ángel Milla Muñoz
Doctoral Student, Hispanic Linguistics