Santiago Flores Sigg is a professor of the English Department at Arkansas University. He holds a in Linguistics from the Autonomous University of Querétaro, and he is about to complete the Ph.D. program in Theoretical Linguistics at the same university.
Professor Flores Sigg has been working as a college professor for the last five years with students from different programs, helping them hone their English language skills to succeed in the job market.
Besides teaching, Professor Flores Sigg has dedicated himself to historical linguistics research and published various articles in linguistics journals and books from countries such as Mexico, Spain, Portugal, and Germany. He also worked as a collaborator in the Research Project «Redes de » for Madrid's Humane and Social Sciences Center.
He also writes a weekly column for an international magazine and is part of the Journal of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Semas editorial team. Santiago enjoys reading horror and science fiction novels and playing video games to feel relaxed if he ever has the slightest free time.