College Bulletin - Course Catalog 
  
    Jul 17, 2018  
College Bulletin - Course Catalog

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Japanese

   •  JPNS 022. Introduction to Japanese Linguistics
   •  JPNS 023. Japanese Language and Multilingual Society in the 21st Century
   •  JPNS 024. Japanese Film and Animation
   •  JPNS 033. Tokyo Central: The Metropolis in Modern Japanese Literature and Film
   •  JPNS 035. Narratives of Disaster and Rebuilding in Japan
   •  JPNS 041. Fantastic Spaces in Modern Japanese Literature
   •  JPNS 042. Language Policy and Planning in Japan
   •  JPNS 051. Japanese Poetry and Poetics
   •  JPNS 074. Japanese Popular Culture and Contemporary Media
   •  JPNS 075. Japanese Modernism
   •  JPNS 083. War and Postwar in Japanese Culture
   •  JPNS 094. Independent Study
   •  JPNS 096. Japanese Thesis
   •  LITR 021J. Introduction to Modern Japanese Literature: Friendship and Love in Portrayals of Japanese Youth Culture
   •  LITR 023J. Japanese Language and Multilingual Society in the 21st Century
   •  LITR 033J. Tokyo Central: The Metropolis in Modern Japanese Literature and Film
   •  LITR 035J. Narratives of Disaster and Rebuilding in Japan
   •  LITR 041J. Fantastic Spaces in Modern Japanese Literature
   •  LITR 051J. Japanese Poetry and Poetics
   •  LITR 074J. Japanese Popular Culture and Contemporary Media
   •  LITR 075J. Japanese Modernism
   •  LITR 083J. War and Postwar in Japanese Culture

Latin American and Latino Studies

   •  LALS 025. In Quest of God: The Latin American Religious Arena
   •  LALS 035. Brasilidade: Negotiating Culture and Discourse in Contemporary Brazil
   •  LALS 055. Race and Religion across Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  LALS 090. Thesis
   •  LALS 093. Directed Reading
   •  LALS 097. Independent Study
   •  LALS 180. Senior Honors Thesis

Latin

   •  LATN 001. Intensive First-Year Latin
   •  LATN 002. Intensive First-Year Latin
   •  LATN 011. Lyric, Pastoral, and Elegiac Poetry
   •  LATN 013. Tradition and Transformation in the Roman Empire
   •  LATN 014. Medieval Latin
   •  LATN 017. Latin Poetry and the Modernists
   •  LATN 019. Roman Imperial Literature
   •  LATN 021. Republican Literature
   •  LATN 023. The Roman Novel
   •  LATN 024. Latin Poetry and the Roman Revolution
   •  LATN 025. Latin Poetry and the English Renaissance
   •  LATN 027. Gender and Sexuality in Rome
   •  LATN 028. Apuleius
   •  LATN 029. Caligula and Claudius
   •  LATN 029A. Attachment: Caligula and Claudius
   •  LATN 030. Advanced Survey of Latin Poetry
   •  LATN 031. Latin Rhetoric & History
   •  LATN 032. Latin Satire
   •  LATN 033. Horace, Lyric and Literary Criticism
   •  LATN 034. Apuleius, Augustine, and the African Tradition
   •  LATN 035. Rhetoric and Violence in Republican Rome
   •  LATN 050. The Age of Nero
   •  LATN 091. Attachment: Classical Studies Capstone Seminar
   •  LATN 093. Directed Reading
   •  LATN 094. Ancient Drama in Performance
   •  LATN 096. Aesop's Fables
   •  LATN 098. Senior Course Study
   •  LATN 129. Caligula and Claudius

Linguistics

   •  LING 001. Introduction to Language and Linguistics
   •  LING 002. First-Year Seminar: The Linguistic Innovation of Taboo Terms and Slang
   •  LING 002A. First-Year Seminar: Language, Gender and Sexuality
   •  LING 003A. First-Year Seminar: The Meaning of "Meaning" in Post-Truth America
   •  LING 007. Hebrew for Text Study I
   •  LING 008A. Russian Phonetics
   •  LING 009. First Year Seminar: Languages of Fear, Racism and Zombies
   •  LING 010. Hebrew for Text Study II
   •  LING 014. Old English/History of the Language
   •  LING 016. Language and Power
   •  LING 017. Swahili I
   •  LING 019. Lenape Language Study
   •  LING 020. Natural Language Processing
   •  LING 023. Japanese Language and Multilingual Society in the 21st Century.
   •  LING 025. Sociolinguistics: Language, Culture, and Society
   •  LING 028. Philosophy of Language
   •  LING 030. Language and Identity in the African Experience: From Kenya to Mexico
   •  LING 033. Introduction to Classical Chinese
   •  LING 034. Psychology of Language
   •  LING 039. Language Learning: Science, Ethnography, Pedagogy
   •  LING 040. Semantics
   •  LING 041. Dialects of American English
   •  LING 043. Morphology and the Lexicon
   •  LING 045. Phonetics and Phonology
   •  LING 046. Linguistics Diversity: Threats and Resistance
   •  LING 050. Syntax
   •  LING 052. Historical and Comparative Linguistics
   •  LING 053. Educating Emergent Bilinguals
   •  LING 054. Oral and Written Language
   •  LING 055. Say what? Syntactic variation in dialects of English
   •  LING 061. Structure of Navajo
   •  LING 062. Structure of American Sign Language
   •  LING 063. Supporting Literacy Among Deaf Children
   •  LING 064. Structure of Tuvan
   •  LING 067. Structure of Wamesa
   •  LING 068. Structure of Kyrgyz
   •  LING 070. Translation Workshop R
   •  LING 073. Computational Linguistics
   •  LING 075. Field Methods
   •  LING 080. Syntax II
   •  LING 081. Semantics II
   •  LING 082. Sociolinguistics II: Deviance, Dystopia, and Democracy.
   •  LING 085. Phonology II
 

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