Spanish 100 - 2: Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics

MWF 9-10 A, Evans 70 | Instructor: Helms | CCN: 33209

Units: 4

Spanish 100 is the foundational course for Spanish department majors in Hispanic Languages, Linguistics, and Bilingualism, as well as for any student interested in the Spanish language and Linguistics. Taught in Spanish, this course serves as an introduction to the formal linguistic analysis of the Spanish language and emphasizes the goals and methodology of the language sciences. It surveys key areas of the field of Spanish Linguistics, including Phonology and Phonetics, Morphology, and Syntax. Additional topics (Historical Linguistics, Semantics, Psycholinguistics, Dialectology, Bilingualism, etc.) in the context of the Spanish language may also be covered.