Marleen Haboud Buchamar

Marleen Haboud Buchamar

Marleen Haboud Buchamar

Specialist in the areas of linguistics, sociolinguistics, contact linguistics, educational systems, semantics, language and culture. Since 1974 he has worked at the School of Linguistics at the Faculty of Communication, Linguistics and Literature of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador. In 1980, thanks to a scholarship from the Ford Foundation, she obtained a Master’s degree in Anthropology from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and, in 1995, with a scholarship from the University of Oregon, she obtained a Ph.D. in Linguistics / Sociolinguistics. His doctoral thesis, Effects of the Quichua-Spanish contact in the Ecuadorian Andes, was published in Spanish in 1998 and in English in 2003, it was the first study that analyzed in depth, with qualitative and quantitative data, and from multidimensional perspectives, the relations of the Kichwa and Castilian, and their effects. She has collaborated with institutions such as UNESCO, UNICEF and the World Encyclopedia of Endangered Languages.