Luis Bernardo Quesada / Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures

Graduate Student Researcher
Started at the NML: April 2019

Project: Critical Thinking for Language Teaching and Learning

Luis Bernardo Quesada

Luis Bernardo Quesada is a PhD candidate in Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures at the Graduate Center – CUNY. His doctoral research focuses on discursive constructions of citizenship in 19th and 20th century Mexico, that have been reproduced in how language and language use is normed through etiquette and politeness manuals. Luis studied a BA in Sociology and a MA in Language Sciences. He has taught sociolinguistics, discourse analysis and pragmatics, and he is currently an adjunct lecturer of Spanish at the Department of Romance Languages at Hunter College – CUNY. His main research interests are sociolinguistics, glottopolitics, linguistic ideologies, pragmatics and conversational analysis.