Tiffany Judy

Tiffany Judy

PhD in Hispanic Linguistics
Assistant Professor of Spanish

Office: Greene Hall 545
Phone: (336) 758-3937

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Tiffany Judy is a native of South Dakota. In 2013, she completed her doctoral studies in Hispanic Linguistics at the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL. Here at Wake, Tiffany teaches courses in Spanish and linguistics for the Department of Spanish, the Graduate Program in Interpreting and Translation Studies and the Linguistics Minor. Her research focuses on adult second language acquisition of Spanish and other languages. Recent and current projects include the acquisition of Spanish by native Farsi speakers and an edited volume examining acquisition of Spanish by speakers of less-commonly studied languages


Wake Forest University

Spanish Courses

Intermediate Spanish (SPA 153)
Elementary Spanish I (SPA 111)
Grammar and Composition (SPA 309)
Honors Directed Reading & Research (SPA 398C)

Linguistics Courses

Pronunciation and Dialectal Variation (SPN 322/622) 
Sociolinguistics (LIN 310/610) 
Introduction to Linguistics (LIN/ANT 150)
Independent Study: Second Language Acquisition (SPA 397B)

Courses for Translation & Interpretation Studies

Applied Research Project (TIS 785)