Spanish and Portuguese | Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
S326 | 12067 | Professor Manuel Díaz-Campos
HISP-S 326 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics (3 credits)
Prerequisites: S310 or equivalent.
This course is an introduction to basic concepts and methodology
used in Spanish Linguistics. The main goal of the course is to
provide students with the opportunity to learn the tools of
linguistic analysis and to apply them to the study of Spanish.
Attention will be given to different levels of analysis in
linguistics including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax,
semantics, and language variation. Class time will be divided
between lecture, problem-solving exercises, and discussion.
Evaluation will be based on exams, class participation, and
homework, experiments, and other assignments. This course carries N
& M credit.
HISP-S 326 #12067 2:30P-3:15P MWF Room=TBA
Prof. Manuel Díaz-Campos
Note to majors who started at IU prior to Fall 2003: HISP-S 326 can
fulfill the 400-level linguistics requirement.