SLAV 210: Introduction To Bilingualism

Ways of Being: Introduction to Bilingualism
Section ID: 
A
 
SLN: 
18931
 
Meets GE Requirements: 
Individuals and Societies
Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts
 
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Instructor:

 
M W 14:30-16:20
 
SIG 224
Provides a multidisciplinary examination of bilingualism as a societal and individual phenomenon. Considers language versus dialect, diglossia, state language policies, language rights, indigenous languages, and linguistic minorities. Explores bilingualism and biculturalism as human experience and as indexes of identity. Includes a fieldwork project focused on linguistic diversity in the Pacific Northwest. Offered: W.

Provides a multidisciplinary examination of bilingualism as a societal and individual phenomenon. Considers language vs. dialect, diglossia, state language policies, language rights, indigenous languages and linguistic minorities. Explores bilingualism and biculturalism as human experience and as indexes of identity. Includes a field work project focused on linguistic diversity in the Pacific Northwest.

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