Tom Mathews, Ph.D.

 

    Welcome to my webpage. I am a professor of Spanish in the Department of Foreign Languages. I teach Spanish composition, language and pedagogy for future teachers.
      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 been teaching here at WSU since 1996.

I advise majors and minors in Spanish Teaching.
I am also the Coordinator of the European Studies Minor program.

Some Pictures of Me 
Curriculum Vitae / Résumé
Accent Marks on a Computer

 

A Complete Guide to
Written Accent Marks in Spanish

Copyright © 2013 Tom Mathews

Available here.

  WSU Facutly Staff Gay Straight Alliance
WSU Matthew Shepard Scholarship
 
GLSEN - Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network
HRC - Human Rights Campaign 
  Equality Utah

 

Some of my writing:
Academic
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)

Non-Fiction
The Thrice-Tied Knot: The Story of a Late Bloomer
An Ethics for Same-Sex Marriage

Fiction

 

Elders in Zion: Behaving Badly in the Ogden Mission

Fifteen Old-Testament stories, retold in the Ogden, Utah, Mission.


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