Lower-Division Courses

  • 1A. American Sign Language I. Sherry Hicks. Section I.
  • 1A. American Sign Language I. Sherry Hicks. Section II.
  • R1B. Endangered Languages: What We Lose when a Language Dies. Section I: TuTh 9:30-11.
  • R1B. Endangered Languages: What We Lose when a Language Dies. Section II: TuTh 3:30-5.
  • 5. Language and Linguistics. Richard A. Rhodes. MWF 10-11.
  • 24. Voices of Berkeley: Everybody Has an Accent (freshman seminar, section I). Susan Lin. W 3-4.
  • 24. One State, Many Voices: Linguistic Diversity in California (freshman seminar, section II). Line Mikkelsen. Tu 1-2.
  • 40. Language of Advertising. Eve Sweetser. TuTh 9:30-11.
  • C70. Working with Grammar: Linguistic Tools for Learning and Teaching a Native American Language. Line Mikkelsen. TuTh 11-12:30.

Upper-Division Courses

  • 100. Introduction to Linguistic Science. Peter Jenks. MWF 1-2.
  • 108. Introduction to Psycholinguistics. Susanne Gahl. TuTh 3:30-5.
  • 110. Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology. Susan Lin. MWF 2-3.
  • 121. Logical Semantics. Amy Rose Deal. MWF 1-2.
  • 123. Pragmatics. Eve Sweetser. TuTh 12:30-2.
  • 130. Comparative and Historical Linguistics. Andrew Garrett. MWF 11-12.
  • 150. Sociolinguistics. Brian Smith.
  • 154. Language Revitalization: Theory and Practice. Christine Beier. MWF 10-11.

Graduate Courses

  • 200. Graduate Proseminar in Linguistics. Susanne Gahl. Th 11-12.
  • 201. Advanced Graduate Proseminar in Linguistics. Andrew Garrett. F 9-11.
  • 211B. Topics in Phonological Theory. Brian Smith. TuTh 2-3:30.
  • 220A. Syntax and Semantics 1. Peter Jenks. MW 10:30-12.
  • 221. Advanced Logical Semantics. Amy Rose Deal. MW 9-10:30.
  • 240A. Field Methods. Lev Michael. TuTh 9:30-11.
  • 375. Training for Linguistics Teaching Assistants. Sharon Inkelas.