SPAN 3730: Topics in Hispanic Linguistics

3 CreditsTopics Course

This course explores questions related to the use and/or learning of Spanish and may touch on topics related to the sounds of Spanish (phonetics and phonology), the structure of sentences (syntax) or words (morphology), meaning (semantics), language in context (pragmatics), or language in society (sociolinguistics). Topics vary by semester and instructor. Some topics that have been addressed in this course include: How does study abroad impact the acquisition of Spanish as a second language? How is meaning created in Spanish? What are the features of the Spanish spoken in the US? How does language maintain, question, or challenge power hierarchies? Topics for a specific semester can be found in Class Schedule prereq: A grade of C- or better in SPAN 3104W or SPAN 3104V or TLDO 3104W or ARGN 3104W or SPAN 3105W or SPAN 3105V or TLDO 3105W or SPAN 3107W or SPAN 3107V or TLDO 3107W.

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B+ Average (3.443)Most Common: A (43%)

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