Tom Mathews, Ph.D.

Professor of Spanish. Department of Foreign Languages.

  Welcome to my webpage. I mostly teach composition and Spanish linguistics as well as pedagogy for future teachers. I began teaching here at WSU in 1996.
  I earned a Ph.D. in Linguistics at the University of Delaware. Previously, I completed an M.A. in Spanish Literature through Middlebury College and a B.A. in Spanish Teaching at Weber State. 
  I have taught Spanish in junior high school as well as to high-school and college students since 1981.
Rules for accent marks in Spanish

Some pictures of me 



Cover of Accent Mark text book
A Complete Guide to Written
Accent Marks in Spanish
Some of my writing:
Are teachers really fossilized (2007)
Ongoing assessment of a university foreign language program (2004, with C. Hansen)
The acquisition of sexist morphology in Spanish (2000)
Fiction (stories)
The Shadows Flee
By the Waters of Babylon
Barlow's Wife


The thrice-tied knot: The story of a late bloomer (2000)
An ethics of same-sex marriage (1997)
The pursuit of happines: What should we do after we come out? (1997)




A Complete Guide to Written Accent Marks in Spanish

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