SLAV 351 A: History Of The Slavic Languages

Section ID: 
A
 
SLN: 
18396
 
Meets GE Requirements: 
Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts
 
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Instructor:

 
M W 10:30-12:20
 
MEB 242

Introduction to the history of Slavic languages from the beginnings to the present time, including sound changes, morphology, vocabulary and the development of writing systems. Cross-listed with SLAV 551

*Offered once each year, this is required of all EELLC Majors and Slavic Language Minors.*
Please note: students wishing to take this course in Spring 2011 or after will need the newly required pre-req: LING 200, or permission of the instructor.


Catalog Description: 
History of Slavic languages from Indo-European to present time, including development of writing systems and national languages. Principles of historical linguistics: sound change, analogy, semantic change, as well as relevance of historical linguistics to our knowledge of human development, ancestral culture, etc. Prerequisite: either SLAV 110, LING 200, or LING 400.
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