Brandon M. A. Rogers
Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, USA
Brandon M. A. Rogers is currently an assistant professor of Spanish Linguistics and Language at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, and received his Ph.D. in Hispanic Linguistics from the University of Minnesota (US). Dr. Rogers’s specialties are in the fields of phonetics, phonology, prosody, sociolinguistics and language contact. In line with this, his recent publications include work on sociophonetic and prosodic variation in Chile, as well as the influence of Quechua on sociolinguistic variation in Lima, Peru, and the influence of Mapudungun on Chilean Spanish intonation. He has also investigated and published work on language contact and phonetic variation in Miami-Cuban Spanish and English. Rogers is currently investigating and documenting the prosody of Mapudungun, as well as continuing his investigation on sociophonetic and prosodic variation in Chile and Peru.