Gallery of flyers for Fall 2016 Linguistics course offerings


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Courses with no prerequisites
Courses with only CAS LX 250
Introduction to Linguistics as a prerequisite
Courses on the structure of specific languages or language families
Advanced courses

 

Beginning your study of Linguistics : courses with no prerequisites

Introduction to Linguistics - this course is a
prerequisite for all higher level LX courses

CAS LX 250 Introduction to Linguistics

Neidle TR 2-3:30
plus 1-hour Friday discussion section

See course description.

Counts as a humanities course
for satisfaction of College
Divisional Requirements.


No prerequisites. ONLY
for students who have not taken any other linguistics course.
Cannot be taken after or concurrently with CAS LX 250 or any higher level CAS LX course.

Students interested in this topic who have already taken CAS LX 250 should take CAS LX 365 Variation in Dialects of English instead !

CAS LX 110 Say What? Accents, Dialects, and Society

Myler TR 12:30-2

See course description.

Counts as a humanities course
for satisfaction of College
Divisional Requirements.

Courses with CAS LX 250 (and only CAS LX 250) as a prerequisite

Core courses required for majors (including joint majors), and minors; also satisfy College Divisional Requirements for Humanities

 

IMPORTANT NOTE: This course will be offered only in the fall semester during Academic Year 2016-17.
CAS LX 321 Syntax: Introduction to Sentential Structure will be offered only in the spring semester.

CAS LX 301
GRS LX 601

Phonetics & Phonology: Introduction to Sound Systems

Chang
TR 11-12:30

See course description.

Counts as a humanities course for satisfaction of College Divisional Requirements.
 

CAS LX 331
GRS LX 631
Semantics & Pragmatics: Introduction to Linguistic Meaning

Alrenga
MWF 11-12

See course description

Counts as a humanities course for satisfaction of College Divisional Requirements.

Other electives

CAS LX 328
GRS LX 628

Questions

Hagstrom
MWF 2-3

See course description.

 

CAS LX 342

Language, Race, and Gender

Erker
MWF 9-10

See course description.

CAS LX 349
GRS LX 649

Bilingualism

Chang
TR 3:30-5

See course description.

 

CAS LX 360
GRS LX 660

Historical & Comparative Linguistics

Nikolaev
TR 12:30-2

See course description.

CAS LX 390
GRS LX 690

Topics in Linguistics: Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics

Hagstrom
MWF 12-1

See course description.

 

 

 

 


Linguistics of specific languages

CAS LX 365
GRS LX 665

also offered as CAS EN 313

Variation in Dialects of English

Myler
TR 9:30-11

See course description.

 

CAS LX 368
GRS LX 668

Structure of African Languages

Mali
TR 2-3:30

See course description.

CAS LX 383
GRS LX 683
CAS LS 507

The Sounds of Spanish

Erker
MW 12:30-2

See course description.

 

 

 

 

Advanced-level course -- with one course beyond LX 250 as prerequisite

CAS LX 433
GRS LX 733

Intermediate Pragmatics: Meaning in Context

Alrenga
M 4-7

See course description

 

 

 
 

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Overview of the flyers