M.A. Linguistics. University of North Carolina. 2018.
B.A. Comparative Literature and Romance Languages: Hispanic Linguistics specialization. 2016.
Brent Eisenbarth is a PhD student in Hispanic Linguistics, with an interest in Galician sociolinguistics. Previously, Brent researched the role of visual cue saliency in learning articulatory gestures in a second language. To see more on his research, visit his academic webpage.
After completing a Master's degree in Linguistics, Brent developed a career in K-12 education: working both as a Spanish teacher in the Greensboro, North Carolina and completing the Fulbright Fellowship by teaching near Santiago de Compostela, in Galicia, Spain.