Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics - Honors

HISP-S326 - Prof. Felix-Brasdefer — spring 2022

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Instructor
J. César Félix-Brasdefer
Location
BH 337
Days and Times
MW 11:30A - 12:45P
Course Description

Prerequisites:  S280 or Consent of the Department

This course provides an introduction to the field of Hispanic Linguistics and establishes a foundation in the major areas of linguistics. After an introduction to language, the course describes the organization of the sound system of Spanish (phonetics and phonology). This unit includes the presentation of the principles of phonetic transcription as well as important phonological processes. Next, basic concepts in morphology, the internal structure of words, will be examined, including a description of the formation of nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and verbs (morphology). Then, in order to examine how words combine at the sentence level, we will study the basic concepts of sentence structure (syntax) and its connection to meaning (semantics). The course ends with an overview of language use in context (pragmatics) and linguistic variation in the Spanish-speaking world (sociolinguistics).

This class carries CASE N & M credit.

HISP-S 326    #5379   HONORS   11:30A - 12:45P     MW      BH 337     Prof. César Félix-Brasdefer

NOTE:  Above class is for Hutton Honors Students Only.

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