Additional elective courses may have been approved since the latest bulletin publication. The program director maintains a complete list of all elective courses that fulfill the minor. Minor in Linguistics! For info and advising, contact the Program Director Dr. Irma Alarcón.
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The interdisciplinary Linguistics minor offers academic courses across a variety of disciplines. The minor was established in 1993 by faculty from the departments of Anthropology, Classics, Communication, Education, English, German-Russian, Humanities, and Romance Languages.
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Courses in Linguistics: Spring 2017. October 19, 2018. Denying Saussure: Linguists and the perception of signed languages. March 31, 2018. Linguistics Circle Talk this Friday (4/6) Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * …
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Periodically during the semester, WFU faculty and friends in languages and linguistics gather in Greene Hall 528 to discuss their research and current topics in the field.
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Spring 2021. LIN/ANT 150. Introduction to Linguistics. The social phenomenon of language: how it originated and developed, how it is learned and used, its relationship to other kinds of behavior; language (oral, written, signed) and language families; analysis of linguistic data; and social issues of language use. MWF 11:00-11:50am.
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Colleges and universities require a basic level of education for all degrees and majors. The topics needed usually include English, mathematics, sciences, humanities, public speaking and foreign language. Some degree plans have required courses that apply to the general education courses.