He earned both his MA and his PhD in Romance linguistics at the University of Alberta , with extensive training in classic Romance philology and European structuralism. His doctoral dissertation was a comparative historical phonology of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese. Following the completion of his PhD, Lipski worked as a Spanish instructor at Kean College of New Jersey — , where his interactions with Cuban and Puerto Rican Spanish speakers would eventually lead him to study Spanish dialectal variation and sociolinguistics.
He later worked at Michigan State University — , first as an assistant professor and later as a tenured associate professor — Lipski also worked as an associate professor at the University of Houston — , as a Professor of Spanish and Linguistics at the University of Florida — , and as a Professor of Spanish linguistics at the University of New Mexico — Cambridge University Press, Japanese translation , Editorial Phoenix.
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