Spring 2018 Courses

Lower-Division Courses

  • 1B. American Sign Language II. Sherry Hicks. Section I. TuTh 8-10, B-4 Dwinelle.
  • 1B. American Sign Language II. Sherry Hicks. Section II. TuTh 12-2, B-4 Dwinelle.
  • R1B. Endangered Languages: What We Lose when a Language Dies. Lissett Bastidas. Section I. TuTh 9:30-11, 279 Dwinelle.
  • R1B. Endangered Languages: What We Lose when a Language Dies. Tammy Stark. Section II. TuTh 3:30-5, 263 Dwinelle.
  • 5. Language and Linguistics. Larry M. Hyman. MWF 2-3, 3106 Etcheverry.
  • 10. The Sounds of English. Brian Smith. MWF 1-2, 222 Wheeler.
  • 24. Freshman Seminar: Language Myths. Larry M. Hyman. W 10-11, 263 Dwinelle.

Upper-Division Courses

  • 100. Introduction to Linguistic Science. Lev Michael. MWF 11-12, 245 Li Ka Shing.
  • 106. Metaphor. Eve Sweetser. TuTh 9:30-11, 56 Barrows.
  • 109. Bilingualism. Susanne Gahl. TuTh 3:30-5, 204 Wheeler.
  • 115. Phonology and Morphology. Larry M. Hyman. MWF 11-12, 160 Kroeber.
  • 120. Introduction to Syntax and Semantics. Line Mikkelsen. MWF 10-11, 106 Stanley.
  • 131. Indo-European Comparative LinguisticsGary Holland. TuTh 12:30-2, 202 Wheeler.
  • 155AC. Language in the United States: A Capsule History. Richard Rhodes. MWF 1-2, 166 Barrows.

Graduate Courses

  • 205. Advanced Cognitive Linguistics. Eve Sweetser. TuTh 2-3:30, 1303 Dwinelle.
  • 210. Phonetic Theory. Susan Lin. TuTh 3:30-5, 1303 Dwinelle.
  • 211A. Advanced Phonological Theory. Brian Smith. TuTh 11-12:30, 1303 Dwinelle.
  • 215. Advanced Morphology. Amy Rose Deal. TuTh 12:30-2, 1303 Dwinelle.
  • 220B. Syntax and Semantics II. Line Mikkelsen. WF 12:30-2, 1303 Dwinelle.
  • 230. Historical Linguistics. Andrew Garrett. TuTh 9:30-11, 1303 Dwinelle.
  • 240B. Field Methods. Lev Michael. M 9-11 & W 4-6, 1303 Dwinelle; 3:30-5, 1303 Dwinelle.
  • 243. Language, Computation, and Cognition. Terry Regier. MW 9:30-11, 1303 Dwinelle.
  • 290M. Topics in Linguistic Theory: Psycholinguistics. Susanne GahlTuTh 11-12:30, 214 Haviland.