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Charles Nagle is Assistant Professor of Spanish and Coordinator of the Lower-Division Spanish Language Program at Iowa State University. He received his Ph.D. in Spanish Linguistics from Georgetown University (2014).

Dr. Nagle teaches courses on Spanish language and linguistics and applied linguistics. He enjoys engaging students in practical, data-driven activities that encourage them to explore and develop their own interests. His main area of research is in second language (L2) phonetics and phonology and individual differences. In broad terms, his work examines L2 pronunciation development as a dynamic process that changes in response to a range of factors, including the type, quantity, and quality of instruction that learners receive and their goals for language learning. His other interests include attitudes towards pronunciation instruction, the place of pronunciation in the foreign language curriculum, and research methods in second language acquisition (SLA), particularly longitudinal approaches to SLA and the application of advanced statistical models to SLA data.

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  • Nagle, C. (in press). A longitudinal study of voice onset time development in L2 Spanish stops. To appear in Applied Linguistics.
  • Nagle, C. (in press). Individual developmental trajectories in the L2 acquisition of Spanish spirantization. To appear in the Journal of Second Language Pronunciation.
  • Nagle, C., Morales-Front, A., Moorman, C., & Sanz, C. (2016). Disentangling research on study abroad and pronunciation: Methodological and programmatic considerations. In D. M. Velliaris & D. Coleman-George (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Study Abroad Programs and Outward Mobility (pp. 673-695). IGI Global.
  • Nagle, C. (2013). A reexamination of ultimate attainment in L2 phonology: Length of immersion, motivation, and phonological short-term memory. In E. Voss, S. Tai, and Z. Li (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 2011 Second Language Research Forum (pp. 148–161). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.

View my selected works courtesy of the Iowa State University Digital Repository

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Contact

Office: 3118B Pearson Hall
Phone: (515) 294-6089
Email: cnagle@iastate.edu