Courses - Upcoming

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Summer 2016 A-term

Linguistics (LING)

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum 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 - 12014 Crowgey, Joshua D MTWThF 13:10-15:20
EEB 025
sum 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 - 12014 Crowgey, Joshua D MTWThF 13:10-15:20
EEB 025
sum 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 - 12015 David Inman MTWThF 13:10-15:20
FTR 106
sum 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 - 12015 David Inman MTWThF 13:10-15:20
FTR 106
sum 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 - 12016 Chartier, Nicole MTWThF 13:10-15:20
ART 004
sum 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 - 12016 Chartier, Nicole MTWThF 13:10-15:20
ART 004
sum 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 - 12018 Toshiyuki Ogihara MTWThF 10:50-12:20
ART 317
sum 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 - 12018 Toshiyuki Ogihara MTWThF 10:50-12:20
ART 317
sum 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 - 12021 Sharon Hargus MTWThF 15:00-16:30
SAV 158
sum 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 - 12021 Sharon Hargus MTWThF 15:00-16:30
SAV 158
sum LING 461: Syntax I

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

I&S, VLPA
A - 12024 Conrod, Kirby MTWThF 10:50-12:20
ART 004
sum LING 461: Syntax I

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

I&S, VLPA
A - 12024 Conrod, Kirby MTWThF 10:50-12:20
ART 004

Summer 2016 B-term

Linguistics (LING)

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum 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 - 12017 Esther Le Grezause MTWThF 13:10-15:20
EEB 025
sum 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 - 12017 Esther Le Grezause MTWThF 13:10-15:20
EEB 025
sum 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. Instructors: Evans, Wassink Offered: jointly with ANTH 432.

DIV, I&S, VLPA
A - 12019 Dejong, Amie MTWThF 09:10-10:40
PAR 213
sum 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. Instructors: Evans, Wassink Offered: jointly with ANTH 432.

DIV, I&S, VLPA
A - 12019 Dejong, Amie MTWThF 09:10-10:40
PAR 213
sum LING 449: Second-Language Learning

Issues related to the linguistic aspects of second-language learning. Prerequisite: either LING 200, LING 201, ANTH/LING 203, or LING 400. Instructors: Herschensohn

VLPA
A - 12020 Bennett, Kellianne MTWThF 15:00-16:30
PCAR 492
sum LING 449: Second-Language Learning

Issues related to the linguistic aspects of second-language learning. Prerequisite: either LING 200, LING 201, ANTH/LING 203, or LING 400. Instructors: Herschensohn

VLPA
A - 12020 Bennett, Kellianne MTWThF 15:00-16:30
PCAR 492
sum LING 451: Phonology I

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

I&S, VLPA
A - 12022 Laura McGarrity MTWThF 13:10-14:40
ART 004
sum LING 451: Phonology I

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

I&S, VLPA
A - 12022 Laura McGarrity MTWThF 13:10-14:40
ART 004
sum LING 457: Language Development

First-language acquisition and use by children. Emphasis on theoretical issues and research techniques. Prerequisite: minimum 2.0 grade in either PSYCH 206, PSYCH 306, LING 200, or LING 400. Offered: jointly with PSYCH 457.

I&S, VLPA
A - 12023 Omaki, Akira MTWThF 13:10-14:40
CDH 110A
sum LING 457: Language Development

First-language acquisition and use by children. Emphasis on theoretical issues and research techniques. Prerequisite: minimum 2.0 grade in either PSYCH 206, PSYCH 306, LING 200, or LING 400. Offered: jointly with PSYCH 457.

I&S, VLPA
A - 12023 Omaki, Akira MTWThF 13:10-14:40
CDH 110A
sum LING 462: Syntax II

Study of the structural properties of language; introduction to generative transformational syntax. Prerequisite: LING 461. Instructors: Aldridge, Citko, Zagona

I&S, VLPA
A - 12025 Brent Woo MTWThF 10:50-12:20
ART 004
sum LING 462: Syntax II

Study of the structural properties of language; introduction to generative transformational syntax. Prerequisite: LING 461. Instructors: Aldridge, Citko, Zagona

I&S, VLPA
A - 12025 Brent Woo MTWThF 10:50-12:20
ART 004
sum LING 470: Discourse: Analyzing Talk And Texts

A critical and practical introduction to contemporary theories/methods in discourse analysis: how verbal communication (together with visual communication) is used in conversational talk and mediatized texts to construct identities and relationships; and how power and ideology are reproduced through these everyday social interactions. Offered: jointly with COM 470.

DIV, I&S, VLPA
A - 12026 Parks, Elizabeth S. M W
CMU
sum LING 470: Discourse: Analyzing Talk And Texts

A critical and practical introduction to contemporary theories/methods in discourse analysis: how verbal communication (together with visual communication) is used in conversational talk and mediatized texts to construct identities and relationships; and how power and ideology are reproduced through these everyday social interactions. Offered: jointly with COM 470.

DIV, I&S, VLPA
A - 12026 Parks, Elizabeth S. M W
CMU

Summer 2016 Full-term

American Sign Language (ASL)

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum ASL 134: Intensive First Year Asl

Intensive introduction to American Sign Language using conversational methods and covering vocabulary, grammatical usage, and culturally appropriate behavior. Also focused on grammatical features such as spatialization, directionality, and non-manual components. Offered: S.

A - 10170 MTWTh 08:45-13:00
SAV 138
sum ASL 134: Intensive First Year Asl

Intensive introduction to American Sign Language using conversational methods and covering vocabulary, grammatical usage, and culturally appropriate behavior. Also focused on grammatical features such as spatialization, directionality, and non-manual components. Offered: S.

B - 10171 MTWTh 08:45-13:00
THO 202
sum ASL 234: Intensive Intermediate American Sign Language

Intensive second year American Sign Language using conversational methods and covering vocabulary, grammatical usage, and culturally appropriate behavior. Also focuses on grammatical features such as spatialization, directionality, and non-manual components. Prerequisite: ASL 103. Offered: S.

VLPA
A - 10172 Lance Forshay MTWTh 08:45-13:00
CDH 110B
sum 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 - 10173 to be arranged -
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Linguistics (LING)

Qtr Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
sum LING 499: Undergraduate Research A - 12030 to be arranged -
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sum LING 499: Undergraduate Research A - 12030 to be arranged -
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sum LING 548: Second/foreign Language Teaching Capstone Project

Involves a research (original or library), materials development, or a teaching practicum. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 12031 to be arranged -
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sum LING 548: Second/foreign Language Teaching Capstone Project

Involves a research (original or library), materials development, or a teaching practicum. Offered: AWSpS.

A - 12031 to be arranged -
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sum LING 600: Independent Study Or Research A - 12032 to be arranged -
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sum LING 600: Independent Study Or Research A - 12032 to be arranged -
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sum LING 700: Master's Thesis A - 12034 to be arranged -
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sum LING 700: Master's Thesis A - 12034 to be arranged -
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sum LING 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 12036 to be arranged -
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sum LING 800: Doctoral Dissertation A - 12036 to be arranged -
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