An introduction to linguistic anthropology. Examines the interconnectedness of language and culture from ethnographic and sociolinguistic perspectives. Comparative study of speaking in cultural context aimed at understanding the ways in which people use talk to cooperate, manipulate, structure events, and negotiate identities. Cross-cultural focus, with examples from such languages and language varieties as Japanese, Navajo, Apache, French, African-American English, and Chicano English. (Also listed as Race and Ethnic Studies 200 and Film and New Media Studies 104.) May meet either the Critical Perspectives: Global Cultures or Social Inequality requirement.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2017||Block 4||Language and Culture||Aimee Hosemann||Barnes Science Center 407||25/0||06/18/2018|
|Fall 2018||Block 1||Language and Culture||Calla Jacobson||TBA||25/25||02/23/2018|
|Fall 2018||Block 1||Language and Culture: Native Peoples of the Southwest: Language, Art and Thought-Worlds||Christina Leza||TBA||16/16||06/18/2018|