Anthony Houston

Anthony Houston

Tony Houston is Associate Professor of Spanish and Chair of Modern Languages. He received his PhD in Spanish from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1996 with a concentration in Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education.

Ph D, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

MA, MA University of Kentucky

BA, University of Kentucky

Houston, A., Managing Depth and Breadth in the Business Spanish Course, Hispania, 2015.

Houston, A., Renaissance Humanism: Obscurantist Impieties, Philo, 2014.

Houston, A., The U.S. Constitution Guarantees Freedom from Religion, Greenhaven Press, 2014.

Houston, A., Friis, Ronald & Tatiana Séeligman. Doble vía: Comunicación en español. Boston: Heinle Cengage, 2012, Pp. 270. $78.95, paper. ISBN 0-49591-509-2, Modern Language Journal, 2013.

Houston, A., Beyond Accreditation: An Assessment Model for University Foreign Language Programs, Regwell Press, 2012.

Houston, A., Affective Structured Input Online: How Authentic Are Learner Responses?, Hispania, 2010.

Houston, A., Retrofitted Materials for WebCT: Guidelines for Authors, Web Designers and Users, CALICO Journal , 2007.

Saint Louis University, T. P.,Houston, A., Mindful Learning and Second Language Acquisition, Academic Exchange Quarterly, 2007.

Houston, A., Communication Strategies in the Foreign Language Classroom, Applied Language Learning , 2006.

Houston, A., Cuaderno de trabajo electrónico to accompany Dos Mundos, 5 Ed. Adapted for WebCT by Joseph Feustle., Hispania, 2006.

, V. B.,, L. M.,, K. G.,Houston, A., Manual de actividades que acompaña Sol y viento: Beginning Spanish, McGraw-Hill, 2005.

Houston, A., Outcomes Assessment for Beginning and Intermediate Spanish: One Program's Process and Results, Foreign Language Annals, 2005.

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, V. B.,Houston, A., Contextual Effects in Processing L2 Input Sentences, Spanish Applied Linguistics, 1998.

Houston, A., Sentence Processing in Spanish as a Second Language: A Study of Word Order and Background Knowledge, Cascadilla Press, 1997.

Houston, A., By Sovereignty of Nature: Honor, Power, and Status in Shakespeare's Coriolanus, Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture.

Houston, A., Star-Crossed Lovers and Shakespeare’s Humanism: What’s In Two Names?, Philosophy and Literature.

Houston, A.,Kondratiev, Y.,Misuraca, E., Renaissance Humanism and the First-Year Seminar, .

, V. B.,, L. M.,, K. G.,Houston, A., Sol y viento: Beginning Spanish Audio CD Program, 3rd Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2012.

Houston, A., Bowles, Melissa A. The Think-Aloud Controversy in Second Language Research. New York: Routledge, 2010, The Modern Language Journal, 2011.

, V. B.,, L. M.,, K. G.,Houston, A., Sol y viento: Beginning Spanish Audio CD Program, 2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill, 2009.

, V. B.,, L. M.,, K. G.,Houston, A., Manual de actividades que acompaña Sol y viento: En breve, McGraw-Hill, 2008.

, V. B.,, L. M.,, K. G.,Houston, A., Manual de actividades que acompaña Sol y viento: En breve, McGraw-Hill, 2008.

Saint Louis University, T. P.,Houston, A., Mindfulness and Communicative Language Teaching, Academic Exchange Quarterly, 2007.

Houston, A., Cuaderno de trabajo electrónico to accompany ¿Sabías que...?, 4 Ed. Adapted for WebCT by Joseph Feustle., Hispania, 2005.

Houston, A., WebCT Workbook for ¿Qué te parece? , McGraw-Hill, 2001.

The Stephen A. Freeman Award, 2017

Summer Research Grant, 2014

Bryant University Research Sabbatical, 2012

Mentor of the Year, 2011

Summer Research Grant, 2007

VOICES Grant, 2004

Melon Grant , 2003

Summer Stipend , 2000

Spanish for business, formal and applied linguistics, education, philosophy, humanism

Formal and applied linguistics, psycholinguistics, second language acquisition and teaching, language classroom discourse, communication strategies, task-based instruction, computer-assisted language learning, international business education, cognition, philosophy, humanism

Northeast Modern Language Association

Rhode Island Foreign Language Association

American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese