• Salgado, Hugo & Justin Pinta. “The perceptual origin of added glottals in Spanish loans in modern Nahuan.” Accepted in International Journal of American Linguistics.

  • Cerno, Leonardo & Justin Pinta. Spanish in contact with Guaraní in Corrientes (Argentina). In Leonardo Cerno, Hans-Jörg Döla, Miguel Gutiérrez Maté, Robert Hesselbach & Joachim Steffen (eds.), Contact varieties of Spanish and Spanish-lexified contact varieties. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.


  • Estigarribia, Bruno, Justin Pinta & Ernesto López Almada. Guarani influence on Spanish in contact situations: A comparison between Paraguayan and Correntino Spanish. In Mark Waltermire & Kathryn Bove (eds.), Mutual Influence in Situations of Spanish Language Contact in the Americas, 134-157. Abingdon: Routledge. [link]


  • Pinta, Justin. "Gender Agreement in Correntino Spanish." Journal of Language Contact 14(3). 609-645. [link]

  • Pinta, Justin. “Minority Language Resilience in Corrientes, Argentina: Argentine Guarani and Spanish in Contact.” The Ohio State University dissertation. [link]


  • Estigarribia, Bruno & Justin Pinta (eds.). Guarani Linguistics in the 21st Century. Leiden: Brill Publishers. [link]

  • Pinta, Justin & Jennifer L. Smith. Spanish Loans and Evidence for Stratification in the Guarani Lexicon. In Bruno Estigarribia & Justin Pinta (eds.), Guarani Linguistics in the 21st Century, 285-314. Leiden: Brill Publishers. [link]


  • Pinta, Justin. "Lexical strata in loanword phonology: Spanish loans in Guaraní." University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Master's thesis. [link]

Under review

  • Pinta, Justin. "The Other Guarani: Language Ideologies in Corrientes, Argentina."

Under revision

  • Smith, Jennifer L. & Justin Pinta. "Aggressive core-periphery phonology in Guarani: Implications for stratal faithfulness."