Courses - Current and Upcoming

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Winter 2015

American Sign Language (ASL)

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
ASL 102: Elementary American Sign Language II

Focuses on building mastery of American Sign Language grammar skills, increasing vocabulary, and gaining a deeper knowledge and appreciation of deaf culture. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: ASL 101. Offered: W.

A - 10540 Lance Forshay MTWThF 10:30-11:20
MGH 238
ASL 102: Elementary American Sign Language II

Focuses on building mastery of American Sign Language grammar skills, increasing vocabulary, and gaining a deeper knowledge and appreciation of deaf culture. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: ASL 101. Offered: W.

B - 10541 Kristi Winter MTWThF 10:30-11:20
MGH 234
ASL 102: Elementary American Sign Language II

Focuses on building mastery of American Sign Language grammar skills, increasing vocabulary, and gaining a deeper knowledge and appreciation of deaf culture. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: ASL 101. Offered: W.

C - 10542 Kristi Winter MTWThF 11:30-12:20
MGH 234
ASL 102: Elementary American Sign Language II

Focuses on building mastery of American Sign Language grammar skills, increasing vocabulary, and gaining a deeper knowledge and appreciation of deaf culture. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: ASL 101. Offered: W.

D - 10543 Kristi Winter MTWThF 12:30-13:20
MGH 234
ASL 202: Intermediate American Sign Language II

Covers vocabulary, grammatical usage, and culturally appropriate behavior within the deaf community. Emphasizes receptive/expressive skill development and fluency with attention to correct formation of signs, movement, rhythm, phrasing, and clarity. Second in a series of three. Prerequisite: ASL 201. Offered: W.

VLPA
A - 10544 Lance Forshay MTWThF 09:30-10:20
MGH 238
ASL 499: Independent Study Or Research

Advanced study or research of a topic related to American Sign Language guided by a faculty member. Prerequisite: ASL 203; ASL 305.

A - 10545 to be arranged -
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Linguistics (LING)

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

VLPA
A - 16249 Clarissa Surek-Clark M W F 08:30-09:20
KNE 210
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

AA - 16250 David Inman Th 08:30-09:20
LOW 220
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

AB - 16251 David Inman Th 09:30-10:20
MEB 238
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

AC - 16252 David Inman Th 11:30-12:20
LOW 217
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

AD - 16253 David Inman Th 12:30-13:20
LOW 113
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

AE - 16254 Woo, Brent P Th 08:30-09:20
DEN 313
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

AF - 16255 Woo, Brent P Th 09:30-10:20
DEN 217
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

AG - 16256 Woo, Brent P Th 11:30-12:20
SIG 226
LING 100: Fundamentals Of Grammar

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts and terminology. Specifically intended for students planning to take a foreign language or linguistics. Does not count toward the linguistics major or minor.

AH - 16257 Woo, Brent P Th 12:30-13:20
DEN 205
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

I&S, QSR, VLPA
A - 16262 Laura McGarrity M W F 14:30-15:20
KNE 210
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AA - 16263 Allison Germain T Th 08:30-09:20
SAV 157
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AB - 16264 Griggs, Nataliya A T Th 08:30-09:20
SAV 158
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AC - 16265 Griggs, Nataliya A T Th 11:30-12:20
SMI 407
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AD - 16266 Allison Germain T Th 12:30-13:20
GLD 322
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AE - 16267 Bennett, Kellianne T Th 12:30-13:20
LOW 105
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AF - 16268 Conrod, Kirby T Th 13:30-14:20
MEB 248
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AG - 16269 Bennett, Kellianne T Th 13:30-14:20
LOW 219
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AH - 16270 Conrod, Kirby T Th 14:30-15:20
DEN 315
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AI - 16271 Andrew Livingston T Th 14:30-15:20
DEN 316
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

I&S, QSR, VLPA
B - 16272 Laura McGarrity to be arranged -
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LING 234: Language And Diversity

Advances students' knowledge of language and diversity in a global society, focusing on language and identity, multilingualism, language contact, language spread/variation, and language loss. Offered: W.

DIV, I&S
A - 16274 Clarissa Surek-Clark M W F 11:30-12:50
SAV 132
LING 400: Survey Of Linguistic Method And Theory

Examines major linguistic theories in phonology, syntax and semantics; linguistic analysis and argumentation. Not available for credit to students who have completed LING 200.

I&S, QSR, VLPA
A - 16275 Nathan Loggins T Th 08:30-10:20
SAV 138
LING 403: Structure Of American Sign Language

Introduction to the phonological, morphological, and syntactic structure of American Sign Language. Topics include acquisition, sociolinguisitics, neurolinguisitics, lexicography, history, and culture. Knowledge of American Sign Language is not required. Prerequisite: LING 200, 201, 203, or 400.

VLPA
A - 16276 Rozelle, Lorna M W 13:30-15:20
SAV 168
LING 415: History Of The German Language

Traces the history of the German language from early Germanic to the present. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 452; W.

VLPA
A - 16277 Barrack, Charles M MTWThF 09:30-10:20
DEN 311
LING 450: Introduction To Linguistic Phonetics

Introduction to the articulatory and acoustic correlates of phonological features. Issues covered include the mapping of dynamic events to static representations, phonetic evidence for phonological description, universal constraints on phonological structure, and implications of psychological speech-sound categorization for phonological theory. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400.

NW, VLPA
A - 16278 Richard Wright T Th 10:30-12:20
MGH 295
LING 451: Phonology I

Patterning of ounds and gestures in human languages; analysis in generative phonological framework. Prerequisite: LING 450.

I&S, VLPA
A - 16279 Ellen Kaisse T Th 10:30-12:20
LOW 216
LING 453: Experimental Phonetics

Examines phonetic and phonological aspects of spoken language using experimental methods. Focuses on acoustic phonetics and speech perception. Significant time devoted to experimental design and hands-on data analysis techniques. Prerequisite: LING 450.

I&S, NW, VLPA
A - 16280 Richard Wright T Th 08:30-10:20
SAV 168
LING 461: Syntax I

Study of the structural properties of language; introduction to generative transformational syntax. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400.

I&S, VLPA
A - 16281 Edith Aldridge M W 10:30-12:20
PAA A214
LING 462: Syntax II

Study of the structural properties of language; introduction to generative transformational syntax. Prerequisite: LING 461.

I&S, VLPA
A - 16282 Barbara Citko M W 10:30-12:20
GLD 435
LING 476: Philosophy Of Language

Current theories of meaning, reference, predication, and related concepts. Offered: jointly with PHIL 453.

I&S, VLPA
A - 16287 Franco, Paul L. M W F 09:00-10:20
SAV 156
LING 479: Semantics II

Formal characterization of linguistic meaning. Emphasis on nature and purpose of formal semantics and on its relation to formal syntax. Prerequisite: LING 442. Offered: jointly with PHIL 479.

I&S, NW, VLPA
A - 16288 Toshiyuki Ogihara M W 12:30-13:50
MGH 271
LING 490: Undergraduate Fieldwork

Individual consultation with faculty member and supervised practical experience in a broad range of industry, community, clinical settings dealing with linguistic issues. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 16289 to be arranged -
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LING 499: Undergraduate Research A - 16290 to be arranged -
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LING 499: Undergraduate Research B - 16291 to be arranged -
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LING 508: Syntactic Theory II

Further explorations in principles and parameters syntax. Topics include logical form, island phenomena, locality restrictions, and licensing. Prerequisite: LING 507 or permission of instructor. Offered: W.

A - 16292 Barbara Citko M W 15:30-17:20
SAV 140
LING 550: Introduction To Linguistic Phonetics

Introduction to the articulatory and acoustic correlates of phonological features. Covers mapping of dynamic events to static presentations, phonetic evidence for phonological description, universal constraints on phonological structure, and implications of psychological speech-sound categorization for phonological theory. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400. Offered: AWS.

A - 16293 Richard Wright T Th 10:30-12:20
MGH 295
LING 551: Phonology I: Introduction To Phonological Analysis

Patterning of sounds and gestures in human languages; analysis in generative phonological framework. Prerequisite: LING 550. Offered: WSpS.

A - 16294 Ellen Kaisse T Th 10:30-12:20
LOW 216
LING 553: Experimental Phonetics

Examines phonetic and phonological aspects of spoken language using experimental methods. Focuses on acoustic phonetics and speech perception. Significant time devoted to experimental design and hands-on data analysis techniques. Prerequisite: LING 550. Offered: A.

A - 16295 Richard Wright T Th 08:30-10:20
SAV 168
LING 567: Knowledge Engineering For Deep Natural Language Processing

Techniques and theoretical issues relating to the development of knowledge engineering resources required for deep processing (symbolic or hybrid), focusing on grammar engineering and semantic representations. Prerequisite: LING 566.

A - 16296 Emily M. Bender T Th 13:30-14:50
JHN 026
LING 571: Deep Processing Techniques For Natural Language Processing

Algorithms for associating deep or elaborated linguistic structures with naturally occurring linguistic data (parsing/semantics/discourse), and for producing natural language strings from input semantic representations (generation). Prerequisite: a minimum grade of 2.7 in each of CSE 326 or equivalent, STAT 391 or equivalent, and LING 473 or passing score on the placement exam. Offered: W.

B - 16301 Gina-Anne Levow M W 15:30-16:50
SAV 132
LING 572: Advanced Statistical Methods In Natural Language Processing

Covers several important machine learning algorithms for natural language processing including decision tree, kNN, Naive Bayes, transformation-based learning, support vector machine, maximum entropy and conditional random field. Students implement many of the algorithms and apply these algorithms to some NLP tasks." Prerequisite: LING 570. Offered: W.

B - 16305 Fei Xia T Th 11:30-12:50
DEN 302
LING 575: Topics In Computational Linguistics

In-depth study of a particular area of computational linguistics, with hands-on experience. Prerequisite: LING 570 and 571, or permission of instructor. Offered: WSp.

A - 21623 Tjalve, Michael Th 15:30-17:50
SAV 167
LING 579: Semantic Theory II

Advanced introduction to the formal semantics of natural language. Emphasizes the interface between syntax and semantics. Prerequisite: LING 542.

A - 16309 Toshiyuki Ogihara M W 12:30-13:50
MGH 271
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

A - 16310 Karen Zagona T 15:30-17:50
SAV 141
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

B - 16311 Karen Zagona T 15:30-17:50
SAV 141
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

C - 16312 Betsy Evans Th 15:30-17:50
PAR 206
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

D - 16313 Betsy Evans Th 15:30-17:50
PAR 206
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

E - 21095 Julia Herschensohn W 15:30-17:50
SAV 141
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

F - 21096 Julia Herschensohn W 15:30-17:50
SAV 141
LING 582: Capturing Brain Dynamics: A Combined Neuroscience And Engineering Approach

Introduces methods for capturing brain dynamics using an emerging neuroimaging technique know as magnetoencephalography (MEG). Uses techniques to examine perception and cognitive processes and their implications for future brain-computer-interface (BCI) design. Prepare students for interdisciplinary research in neuroscience and engineering. Offered: jointly with SPHSC 594; W.

A - 16314 Lee, Adrian K M W 14:00-15:50
EGL 111
LING 599: Linguistics Colloquium

Seminar attended by faculty and graduate students to discuss research in progress and topics of general interest. Presentation of two seminars required for doctoral students. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 16315 Julia Herschensohn F 15:30-17:50
MGH 241
LING 599: Linguistics Colloquium

Seminar attended by faculty and graduate students to discuss research in progress and topics of general interest. Presentation of two seminars required for doctoral students. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

B - 16316 Julia Herschensohn F 13:30-15:20
THO 215
LING 600: Independent Study Or Research A - 16317 to be arranged -
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LING 700: Master's Thesis A - 16319 to be arranged -
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LING 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 16321 to be arranged -
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Spanish Linguistics (SPLING)

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
SPLING 403: The Evolution Of The Spanish Language

Historical survey of Spanish phonology, morphology, and syntax, from Latin origins to the modern language. Prerequisite: either SPAN 303 or SPAN 316; either SPAN 323, LING 200, or LING 400. Offered: jointly with SPAN 403.

VLPA
A - 21016 Fernandez, Victor T Th 09:30-11:20
CDH 135

Spring 2015

American Sign Language (ASL)

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
ASL 103: Elementary American Sign Language III

Focuses on grammatical features such as spatialization, directionality, and non-manual components. Intensive work in vocabulary development and continued study of deaf culture. Third in a series of three. Prerequisite: ASL 102. Offered: Sp.

A - 10574 Lance Forshay MTWThF 10:30-11:20
MGH 238
ASL 103: Elementary American Sign Language III

Focuses on grammatical features such as spatialization, directionality, and non-manual components. Intensive work in vocabulary development and continued study of deaf culture. Third in a series of three. Prerequisite: ASL 102. Offered: Sp.

B - 10575 Lance Forshay MTWThF 11:30-12:20
MGH 238
ASL 103: Elementary American Sign Language III

Focuses on grammatical features such as spatialization, directionality, and non-manual components. Intensive work in vocabulary development and continued study of deaf culture. Third in a series of three. Prerequisite: ASL 102. Offered: Sp.

C - 10576 Kristi Winter MTWThF 10:30-11:20
MGH 234
ASL 103: Elementary American Sign Language III

Focuses on grammatical features such as spatialization, directionality, and non-manual components. Intensive work in vocabulary development and continued study of deaf culture. Third in a series of three. Prerequisite: ASL 102. Offered: Sp.

D - 10577 Kristi Winter MTWThF 11:30-12:20
MGH 234
ASL 203: Intermediate American Sign Language III

Covers vocabulary, grammatical usage, and culturally appropriate behavior within the deaf community. Emphasizes receptive/expressive skill development and fluency with attention to correct formation of signs, movement, rhythm, phrasing, and clarity. Third in a series of three. Prerequisite: ASL 202. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
A - 10578 Kristi Winter MTWThF 09:30-10:20
MGH 234
ASL 305: Introduction To American Deaf Culture

Covers topics in Deaf culture, history, education, sociology, language, legal issues, art and literature, sensory variety and politics, audism, assistive technological devices, Deafhood, Deaf Blind, Deaf identity and intersections of diversity within the Deaf community, and other special topics analyzed from the Deaf culture worldview.

DIV, I&S
A - 10579 Lance Forshay M W F 12:30-13:20
MGH 231
ASL 499: Independent Study Or Research

Advanced study or research of a topic related to American Sign Language guided by a faculty member. Prerequisite: ASL 203; ASL 305.

A - 10580 to be arranged -
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Linguistics (LING)

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

I&S, QSR, VLPA
A - 16039 Sharon Hargus M W F 14:30-15:20
ARC 147
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AA - 16040 T Th 09:30-10:20
FTR 106
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AB - 16041 T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 307
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AC - 16042 T Th 12:30-14:20
DEN 314
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AD - 16043 T Th 12:30-13:20
LOW 114
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AE - 16044 T Th 13:30-14:20
SIG 226
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AF - 16045 T Th 14:30-15:20
CMU 326
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AG - 16046 T Th 14:30-15:20
AND 010
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AH - 16047 T Th 13:30-14:20
LOW 106
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

AI - 16048 T Th 11:30-12:20
FTR 106
LING 200: Introduction To Linguistic Thought

Language as the fundamental characteristic of the human species; diversity and complexity of human languages; phonological and grammatical analysis; dimensions of language use; and language acquisition and historical language change. Not open for credit to students who have completed LING 201 or LING 400.

I&S, QSR, VLPA
B - 16049 Laura McGarrity to be arranged -
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LING 220: Origins Of The Germanic Languages

Introduction to basic grammatical concepts, terminology, and linguistics with emphasis on German-English relationship. Overview of phonology, morphology, syntax, and history of Germanic languages and people, both ancient and modern. Languages covered include Old, Middle, and New High German; English, Frisian, Dutch, Old Saxon, and Gothic. Taught in English. Offered: jointly with GERMAN 220.

VLPA
A - 16050 Barrack, Charles M M W F 10:30-11:20
THO 135
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

DIV, VLPA
A - 16051 Betsy Evans M W F 08:30-09:20
ARC 147
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

AA - 16052 Th 08:30-09:20
DEN 205
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

AB - 16053 Th 09:30-10:20
LOW 217
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

AC - 16054 Th 11:30-12:20
SIG 226
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

AD - 16055 Th 12:30-13:20
DEN 315
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

AE - 16056 Th 08:30-09:20
DEM 124
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

AF - 16057 Th 09:30-10:20
SMI 313
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

AG - 16058 Th 11:30-12:20
EEB 105
LING 233: Introduction To Language And Society

Introduces the study of sociolects, the varieties of language that arise from differences in cultural and societal groups, often reflective of power inequalities. Raises awareness of the role that society and the individual play in shaping sociolects via the systematic observation and critical discussion of linguistic phenomena. Offered: jointly with ANTH 233/COM 233; A.

AH - 16059 Th 12:30-13:20
DEN 305
LING 242: Introduction To Meaning

Non-technical introduction to meaning in language and how it functions in communication and thinking. Discussion of how and why meanings of words change through time. Prerequisite: either LING 200, LING 201, ANTH/LING 203, or LING 400.

VLPA
A - 16064 Laura McGarrity M W 11:30-13:20
CDH 101
LING 400: Survey Of Linguistic Method And Theory

Examines major linguistic theories in phonology, syntax and semantics; linguistic analysis and argumentation. Not available for credit to students who have completed LING 200.

I&S, QSR, VLPA
A - 16065 Laura McGarrity T Th 12:30-14:20
CDH 711B
LING 432: Sociolinguistics I

Interrelationships between social and linguistic factors influencing variation in speech production and perception, morphology, syntax, lexicon. Considers contribution of ethnic, regional and socioeconomic group memberships to dialect differentiation and progression of language change. Nonstandard language, diglossia, pidgins, creoles, gender differences, bi- and multilingualism, ethnography of speaking, pragmatics, and language attitudes. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400. Offered: jointly with ANTH 432.

DIV, I&S, VLPA
A - 16066 Alicia Beckford Wassink M W 13:30-15:20
PAA A214
LING 451: Phonology I

Patterning of ounds and gestures in human languages; analysis in generative phonological framework. Prerequisite: LING 450.

I&S, VLPA
A - 16067 Sharon Hargus T Th 10:30-12:20
MGH 287
LING 452: Phonology II

Speech sounds, mechanism of their production, and structuring of sounds in languages; generative view of phonology; autosegmental and metrical phonology. Prerequisite: LING 451.

I&S, VLPA
A - 16068 Ellen Kaisse T Th 10:30-12:20
GLD 436
LING 462: Syntax II

Study of the structural properties of language; introduction to generative transformational syntax. Prerequisite: LING 461.

I&S, VLPA
A - 16069 Karen Zagona M W 10:30-12:20
DEN 306
LING 472: Introduction To Computational Linguistics

Introduction to computational approaches to modeling language, for linguistic research and practical applications, including analyses at different levels of linguistic structure and symbolic as well as statistical approaches. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400; either LING 461 or CSE 311. Offered: jointly with CSE 472.

NW, VLPA
A - 16070 Emily M. Bender M W 13:30-14:50
SAV 139
LING 472: Introduction To Computational Linguistics

Introduction to computational approaches to modeling language, for linguistic research and practical applications, including analyses at different levels of linguistic structure and symbolic as well as statistical approaches. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400; either LING 461 or CSE 311. Offered: jointly with CSE 472.

AA - 16071 Zamaraeva, Olga F 13:30-14:20
EEB 026
LING 480: Topics In Linguistics

Introduction to an area of linguistic study not covered by the regular departmental course offerings.

VLPA
A - 16072 Karen Zagona M W 13:30-14:50
LOW 114
LING 480: Topics In Linguistics

Introduction to an area of linguistic study not covered by the regular departmental course offerings.

VLPA
B - 16073 Toshiyuki Ogihara T Th 12:30-13:50
PAR 313
LING 480: Topics In Linguistics

Introduction to an area of linguistic study not covered by the regular departmental course offerings.

VLPA
C - 16074 Belic, Bojan M W 12:30-14:20
RAI 121
LING 490: Undergraduate Fieldwork

Individual consultation with faculty member and supervised practical experience in a broad range of industry, community, clinical settings dealing with linguistic issues. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 16075 to be arranged -
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LING 499: Undergraduate Research A - 16076 to be arranged -
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LING 499: Undergraduate Research B - 16077 to be arranged -
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LING 509: Syntactic Theory III

Focus on primary readings in syntactic theory, from classic papers on constraints and the architecture of grammar to recently published articles. Prerequisite: LING 508 or permission of instructor. Offered: Sp.

A - 16078 Edith Aldridge M W 10:30-12:20
THO 217
LING 532: Sociolinguistics I

Examines social variation in the phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexicon of languages and dialects. Includes nonstandard language, diglossia, pidgins and creoles, gender differences, bi- and multilingualism, ethnography of speaking, and language attitudes. Prerequisite: either LING 200 or LING 400. Offered: jointly with ANTH 532; S.

A - 16080 Alicia Beckford Wassink M W 13:30-15:20
PAA A214
LING 535: Advanced Sociolinguistics

Explores perspective on language change and its mechanisms, understood in relation to the social context of language use in the speech community. Examines language-internal and -external motivations for change; phonological mergers and splits, chain-shifts, and diffusion of change through the lexicon. Prerequisite: LING 432 and LING 533.

A - 16081 Alicia Beckford Wassink M W 15:30-17:20
SWS 125
LING 551: Phonology I: Introduction To Phonological Analysis

Patterning of sounds and gestures in human languages; analysis in generative phonological framework. Prerequisite: LING 550. Offered: WSpS.

A - 16082 Sharon Hargus T Th 10:30-12:20
MGH 287
LING 552: Phonology II: Advanced Phonology

Optimality theory; phonetics-phonology interface. Prerequisite: LING 551.

A - 16083 Ellen Kaisse T Th 10:30-12:20
GLD 436
LING 575: Topics In Computational Linguistics

In-depth study of a particular area of computational linguistics, with hands-on experience. Prerequisite: LING 570 and 571, or permission of instructor. Offered: WSp.

A - 16086 Fei Xia T 15:30-17:50
SAV 162
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

A - 16093 Edith Aldridge M 15:30-17:50
SAV 140
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

B - 16094 Edith Aldridge M 15:30-17:50
SAV 140
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

C - 16095 Ellen Kaisse W 15:30-17:50
SAV 169
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

D - 16096 Ellen Kaisse W 15:30-17:50
SAV 169
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

E - 16097 Toshiyuki Ogihara Th 15:30-17:50
MGH 288
LING 580: Problems In Linguistics

Advanced study in current theories of syntax, semantics, phonology, or morphology. Can be repeated for credit.

F - 16098 Toshiyuki Ogihara Th 15:30-17:50
MGH 288
LING 590: Graduate Fieldwork

Individual consultation with faculty member and supervised practical experience in a broad range of industry, community, clinical settings dealing with linguistic issues. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 16099 to be arranged -
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LING 599: Linguistics Colloquium

Seminar attended by faculty and graduate students to discuss research in progress and topics of general interest. Presentation of two seminars required for doctoral students. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

A - 16100 Julia Herschensohn F 15:30-17:20
MGH 241
LING 599: Linguistics Colloquium

Seminar attended by faculty and graduate students to discuss research in progress and topics of general interest. Presentation of two seminars required for doctoral students. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

B - 16101 Julia Herschensohn F 13:30-15:20
THO 215
LING 600: Independent Study Or Research A - 16102 to be arranged -
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LING 700: Master's Thesis A - 16104 to be arranged -
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LING 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 16106 to be arranged -
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