Cristina Lozano Argüelles

Cristina Lozano Argüelles

Assistant Professor

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Biography

Cristina Lozano Argüelles is an Assistant Professor of interpreting and bilingualism at the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She investigates monolingual and bilingual language processing and, in particular, the effects of interpreting experience on second language processing. She is currently working with undergraduate students and setting up her new eye-tracking lab on bilingualism and interpreting.

Interests

  • Bilingualism & Second Language Acquisition
  • Interpreting
  • Psycholinguistics

Education

  • PhD in Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition, 2020

    Rutgers University

  • MAT in Spanish, 2014

    Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis

  • BA in Translation and Interpreting, 2011

    University of Salamanca

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Assistant Professor

John Jay College

Aug 2020 – Present New York City

Responsibilities include:

  • Research: eye-tracking, SLA, interpreting
  • Teaching: interpreting, Spanish for heritage speakers
  • Service: language program coordination
 
 
 
 
 

Visiting Lecturer

Indiana University Purdue University

Jan 2015 – Jun 2015 Indianapolis

Teaching:

  • Medical Spanish
  • Intro to Spanish
  • Computers and Translation

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