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    University of Virginia
  Jan 16, 2018
Summer Record 2005 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

ANTH 243 - Languages of the World

This course introduces students to what languages are, how they are related to one another, where and by whom they are spoken, and what is happening to them in this period of rapid globalization. Using the framework of linguistic science, we survey the world’s languages region by region, so that students can come to appreciate both what makes human language a unified phenomenon and the dimensions along which languages may differ. By the end of the course, students are able to appreciate why the death of languages that is now taking place on a massive scale represents such a great loss to humanity. (IR)

Prerequisites & Notes
1300 to 1515. July 14 to August 11 MTWRF; Gareth J. Fisher

Credits: 3