Linguistics : Engages with primary research into linguistic and grammatical properties in an Indigenous language or language family of North America. Topics covered include: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics; historical and comparative research; as well as topics at the intersection of language and culture. Evaluates linguistic theories with respect to empirical data from an Indigenous language, and covers how Indigenous languages have shaped linguistic theory.
Terms: Winter 2022
Instructors: Crippen, James (Winter)
The language of study will vary from year to year.