ANT 233 - Language and Culture
Not Offered 2015-2016
This course is an overview of linguistic anthropology and sociolinguists, focusing on the relationship between language, culture, and society. Students will explore the nature of human language by studying language in a variety of social contexts with the goal of better understanding how language and culture interact to reflect, maintain, alter, and create the social worlds in which we live.
This course formerly offered as SOC 233 Language and Culture.
Course may be applied to the Asian Studies and Middle Eastern Studies minors.
Course may be applied to the Latin American Studies program with permission of the Program Director.