Fall 2020

Course Number Title Course Description Instructor
LINGUIST 201 INTRO TO LINGUISTICS Introduction to the scientific study of linguistics and languages. Topics include the origin and... Price, Gareth
LINGUIST 201 INTRO TO LINGUISTICS Introduction to the scientific study of linguistics and languages. Topics include the origin and... Clements, Gail
LINGUIST 212FS LAW, ETHICS & RESPONSIBILITY Examines the intersection of law and neuroscience, including the use of neuroimaging to determine... Newcity, Michael
LINGUIST 216FS NEUROSCIENCE / HUMAN LANGUAGE Same as Linguist 216S; open only to students in the Focus Program. Instructor: Andrews Andrews, Edna
LINGUIST 217FS LANGUAGE, THOUGHT, AND CULTURE Examines how language, thought, and culture are interrelated processes and structures. Takes a... Price, Gareth
LINGUIST 301 ADVANCED SPANISH GRAMMAR Intended to foster students' reflection about Spanish grammar and to consolidate students'... Staff, Departmental
LINGUIST 304S FRENCH COMP/TRANSLATION Advanced translation and stylistics. Cultural and social difference between French and English... Provot, Karine
LINGUIST 315S JAPANESE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Examining the Japanese language data used in the development of second language acquisition... Chen, Yunchuan
LINGUIST 387S MAPPING LANGUAGE JUSTICE This DukeImmerse course brings together issues of language discrimination or linguicism, linguistic... Paredes, Liliana
LINGUIST 451 LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY Course examines language as a social practice, focusing on different aspects of its role in social... Clements, Gail
LINGUIST 498 CYBER LAW Cyber law refers to the legal principles that govern the creation, use of computers, software, and... Newcity, Michael
LINGUIST 510 BRAIN AND LANGUAGE The relationship of brain and language is explored through a variety of methodologies and... Andrews, Edna