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  1. 2009-2010 Linguistics Courses

    Fall 2009 AMST 2500 Language in the U.S. Fall 2009 Ashley Williams  TR 9:30-10:45 Contrary ...   ANTH 3410 Sociolinguistics/ANTH 7541 Topics in Sociolinguistics Fall 2009 Ellen Contini-Morava  MW ... No background in linguistics will be presupposed.   ANTH 3450/7450 Native American Languages Fall 2009 Eve ...

    manager - 08/11/2014 - 22:10

  2. Fall 2009 Semester

    2009 to 2010 ...

    Carey Carothers - 05/15/2015 - 10:20

  3. Linguistic Anthropology Seminar-- 2009- 2010

    2009 Page-Barbour Lectures: "The Politics of Linguistic Change in American English" Tues. ...

    Ashley Williams - 09/11/2019 - 14:58

  4. Spring 2009 Newsletter

    Archived Newsletters: [Current] [Summer 2010] [Spring 2009] [Spring 2008] German Studies Center ... 5 to 8 pages long and double-spaced. Deadline: March 1, 2009, to Prof. Beth Bjorklund. For more information ... is Thursday, 9 April 2009. William Callison wins '08 Sokel Prize In the spring of 2008, William Callison ...

    artsci - 11/28/2012 - 16:40

  5. Course Descriptions- Spring 2009

    DARWIN AND CULTURE 3.0 NEIMAN M 1630-1900 The coming year (2009) marks the one hundred fiftieth ...

    manager - 08/08/2012 - 11:31

  6. Spring 2009

    RELG 104 Introduction to Eastern Religious Traditions John Nemec This course serves as a general introduction to Asian Religions, in particular Indian Buddhism, Hinduism, and Chinese religions, Confucianism and Daoism in particular. By emphasizing the rea ...

    edb9d - 02/15/2013 - 12:19

  7. Fall 2009

    Undergraduate Courses RELG 1010 Introduction to Western Religions Heather Warren plus discussion section An historical survey of the origins and development of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Subjects include the origins of monotheism, the rise of Israe ...

    edb9d - 02/15/2013 - 13:32

  8. Course Descriptions- Fall 2009

    Courses that meet Major Area Requirements: Prin. of Social Analysis Ethnography Archaeology Linguistics 2190,2230,2320,3320, 5528,5529-2 2156,2559-1,2660,3152,3150, 3155,3157,3559,3630,3680, 3700,5529-1 2559-3, 2559-4, 2559-5, 2800,3850,3870, 3880,5589, 5 ...

    manager - 08/21/2012 - 12:55

  9. Fall 2009 Semester

    Saturday, August 22 Arrival of New Students Sunday, August 23 Orientation Begins Monday, August 24 Orientation Continues Monday, August 24 Advising Tuesday, August 25 Classes Begin Friday, September 4 Last Day to Drop a Class Friday, September 11 Last Day ...

    artsci - 12/20/2011 - 14:36

  10. 2009-2010 Courses

    Summer 2010 Undergraduate Academic Courses Session I: May 17- June 11 MUSI 2570 / 3090: Music Cultures / Performance in Africa Michelle Kisliuk Office: 201 Old Cabell Phone: 982-2946 Email: createEmail('mkisliuk'); 3.0 credits MTWRF 10:30 am-12: ...

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