LING 447. North American Indian Languages. 3 Hours AE41 / S.

This course introduces students to the indigenous languages of North America. Students critically examine the structures and status of these languages, which have greatly expanded our knowledge of human language and linguistic theory. Topics include the history and future of North American languages and indigenous speech communities, the history of the field of Americanist linguistics, as well as important linguistic questions raised by phenomena from American languages in phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and historical linguistics. Prerequisite: An introductory course in linguistics. Not open to students enrolled in 747 LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Linguistics

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...Africa LING 441 Field Methods in Linguistic Description LING 447 North American Indian Languages LING...

Bachelor of Science in Education

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...C&T 100 and LING 106 fulfill KU...Culture 3 or SPAN 447 Latin American Cultures...

Minor in Leadership Studies

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...LING 320 Language in Culture and Society LING...Communication and Gender COMS 447 Intercultural Communication: The...

Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Neuroscience

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...Anthropological Genetics or ANTH 447 Human Behavioral Genetics...678 Drugs and Behavior LING 438 Neurolinguistics I...