Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics - Honors

HISP-S326 - Prof. Willis — spring 2023

Erik W. Willis
BH 238
Days and Times
TR 9:45A-11:00A
Course Description

This course offers a foundation in the areas and methodologies central to the study of Hispanic linguistics. Students will learn analysis tools and apply them to the scientific study of Spanish, including analyses of the sound system (phonetics and phonology), the structure of words and sentences (morphology and syntax), variation and use of Spanish in social contexts (sociolinguistics), and how meaning is created and communicated (semantics and pragmatics). After taking this course students will be able to take advanced coursework in Hispanic linguistics, have an expanded understanding of the Spanish language, and the unique human capacity for language learning. This course is conducted in Spanish.  

This class carries CASE NM credit.

HISP-S 326       #5089        9:45A-11:00A        TR        BH 238        Prof. Erik Willis

NOTE:  Above class is for Hutton Honors Students Only.

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