LC and LING Courses for Spring 2018

In addition to language-specific course offerings, the school offers courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels which are not specific to a particular language. These courses, with the LC or LING designator, cover more than one language or the content varies from language to language in different semesters.

LC 231  Fayrytale, Folktale, Fable 
Intructor: Miles-Morillo, Lynne

LC 235 East Asian Literature
Instructor: Prof. Hsieh, Daniel

LC 239 Women Writers in Tranlation
Instructor: Dahmen, Lynne

This course offers a broad overview of language and the psychological and social phenomena associated with its use. The course covers topics such as sound systems of languages (Phonetics and Phonology), word formation and sentence structure across languages (Syntax), language acquisition, the use of language in context (Pragmatics), meaning in language (Semantics), dialectal variation, language contact and change.

LC 333 Middle Ages on Film
Introduction to the Middle Ages through films from across the globe, from the beginning of film history to the present. We will read historical, legal, and film theory texts in conjunction with the films, and discover why film directors choose the Middle Ages ! This course is a University
Core Curriculum course. It fulfills the CLA Western Heritage requirement.
Instructor: Leverage, Paula

Instructor: Francis Alexander

LC 490

LC 563 Historical Linguistics
Instructor: Prof. Sundquist, John

LC 570 Intro to Semiotics
Instructor: Anderson, Myrdene

LC 575 Theories for Language Acquisition
Instructor: Prof. Cuza, Alejandro

LC 679 Methods of Experimental Research in Linguistics
Instructor: Prof.

LC 679 Language Variation and Change
This graduate seminar will focus on language variation and change from a historical, social, and geographical perspective. Firstly, it will concentrate on the principles, causes, and processes of change and discuss the variation factors and consequences. Secondly, the course will deal with the methodology of study. Secondly, seminal and current works on selected topics will be read. The seminar involves reading and discussing articles from a critical point of view and conducting a small original research study.
Instructor: Prof. Hamad-Zahonero, Nuur

LC 679 Comlexity And Fluency in SLA
Instructor: Prof. Neary-Sunquist, Colleen

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