An Anthropologically Based Approach to the Study of Human Languages.

People and Society

An Anthropologically Based Approach to the Study of Human Languages.
An Anthropologically Based Approach to the Study of Human Languages.

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Details

  • Academic Plan
    PS_0029
  • Cognate
    People and Society
  • Responsible Academic Unit
    Anthropology
    Contact Info
  • Recommended for
    All students.
  • Required Courses
    Students must complete at least 3 courses for at least 9 credits.
  • Number of Groups: 2

Cognate Categories

Description

Linguistic anthropology provides a familiarity with one of the four sub-fields of anthropology. The relevant courses include introductory content on the structure of human languages, and students will become better acquainted with the way in which sound systems and grammars work across the world's languages. Just as crucially, the courses demonstrate how empirically oriented approaches to the study of human languages can reveal crucial insights about human cognition, culture, and history.


Option Groups

Complete 2 of the following option groups:

*Indicates an inactive course

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