Assistant Professor, Spanish
- Ph.D., Hispanic Linguistics, Florida State University (2020)
- Dissertation: Language Contact in Puerto Rico: Realizations of vowel sequences in Arabic-Spanish bilinguals
- M.A., Hispanic Linguistics, Florida State University (2016)
- B.A., Spanish-Sociology, SUNY Albany (2013)
Teaching and Research Interests
- Language contact
- Second language acquisition in Black students
- Introduction to Spanish I
- Intermediate Spanish I
- Introduction to Sociolinguistics
- Mohamed, S. (2019) Realization of vowel sequences across words in Arabic-Spanish Bilinguals in Puerto Rico. Bilingualism in the Hispanic and Lusophone World. January 2019.
- Mohamed, S. (2017) The rise of the glottal stop as a variant of /s/ in Puerto Rican Spanish. Bilingualism in the Hispanic and Lusophone World. January 2017.
- Torres, J., Estremera, R. and Mohamed, S. (2016) Individual Differences and Types of Linguistic Knowledge in Heritage Speakers. Hispanic Linguistics Symposium. Georgetown University. October 2016.
- Mohamed, S. (2016). English or not?: The Glottal Stop as a variant of /s/ in Puerto Rican Spanish. 8th International Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics. San Juan, Puerto Rico. April 2016.
- Mohamed, S., and Muntendam, A. (in press) The use of the glottal stop as a variant of /s/ in Puerto Rican Spanish. Studies in Hispanic & Lusophone Linguistics
- Mohamed, S., Gonález, C., and Muntendam, A. (2019) Arabic-Spanish Language Contact in Puerto Rico: A case of glottal stop epenthesis. Languages
- Torres, J., Estremera, R. and Mohamed, S. (2019). The contribution of psychosocial and biographical variables to heritage learners' linguistic knowledge of Spanish. Studies in Second Language Acquisition