Inma was born in Seville, Spain. She earned her two Masters degrees in Hispanic Linguistics and TESOL at Indiana University, Bloomington. After teaching at Indiana for nine years, she moved to Germany where she worked at EBS University. Now back in the States, she loves teaching Spanish to the Wolfpack community.
Her passion for linguistics and foreign language teaching is shown in the classes that she teaches: Spanish conversation and Spanish Phonetics. In addition to these courses she loves to teach FLS 335, which is a course designed to address the needs of Heritage Speakers of Spanish; students who grew up listening to Spanish at home but never learned it in a formal setting like school.
In 2022, thanks to a DELTA grant, Inma and a group of investigators launched the app Digital Library of Hispanic Voices, an application open to everybody interesting in exploring more the different dialects of the Spanish-speaking world.
- Tue: 1:30 p.m. -2:30 p.m.
- Thu: 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Professional Activities and Research
Manuel Díaz-Campos and Inmaculada Navarro-Galisteo. Perceptual Categorization of Dialect Variation in Spanish. 2009. In J. Collentine, M. García, B. Lafford and M. Marí (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 11th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium. Massachusetts: Cascadilla Press, pp 179- 195.
September 2022: Completion of the Digital Library of Hispanic Dialects, funded by a DELTA grant for SPN333.
M.A. TESOL and Applied Linguistics Indiana University
M.A. Hispanic Linguistics Indiana University
B.A. English Language and Literatures University of Seville, Spain
Area(s) of Expertise
Second Language Teaching, Sociolinguistics, Spanish Phonetics and Heritage Language Learning.