Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts - Linguistics Dept
Basic principles of syntactic analysis and an introduction to theoretical approaches. Prerequisites: LING 101 and 204.
Issues and methods in the revitalization of endangered languages in Canada and around the world. Prerequisite: LING 101 and 224.
Practical application of skills to on-going language documentation and revitalization projects. Prerequisite: LING 361 or 362.
Advanced syntactic analysis and related theoretical issues. Prerequisite: LING 309 or consent of Department.
Practical experience in linguistic data collection and analysis of the sound and form systems of an unfamiliar language. Prerequisites: LING 308, 309, and 310 or consent of Department. Not offered every year.
A study of recent developments in particular areas of linguistic research. Prerequisite: consent of Department. Formerly LING 443.
Critical examination of selected theoretical issues in morphosyntax. Prerequisite: consent of Department.