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Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Professor Tejedo teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on history of the language, dialectology and introduction to Spanish linguistics. His research focuses on socio-historical approaches to language, including morphosyntactic changes from Latin to Romance and standardization processes in Early Modern Spanish. His publications have appeared in The Handbook of Hispanic Sociolinguistics, ([co-authored with Donald N. Tuten] Blackwell, 2010), Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (2009) and Romance Philology (2008). Professor Tejedo has long had a strong interest in historical lexicography. He is the co-author with Francisco Gago-Jover of Diccionario militar de Raimundo Sanz. Edición y estudio (Institución Fernando el Católico, 2007) and author of Diccionario de las Siete Partidas (1491), forthcoming with the Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies.
As an Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia he received the All-University Alumni Board of Trustees Teaching Award (2009), and he was nominated for one State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) Outstanding Faculty Award (2010) at the same institution.