ENGL 7604X Language, Culture, and Society

30 hours plus conference; 3 credits

Examination of the various formulations of the interconnections among language, culture, and society. Focus on the interplay of language, society, and power with particular attention to issues of linguistic diversity based on gender and race, and to issues of multilingualism in education. Readings from the fields of linguistics, linguistic anthropology, philosophy, and literary theory. This course is the same as Liberal Studies 7005X.

Prerequisite: none.


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