Course Offerings 2016/2017

Below you'll find a list of graduate course offerings for the 2016-2017 academic year. You can also find a complete list of all graduate courses offered by the department.

This schedule is subject to change without notice.

Fall 2016

LIGN 200

Research Forum

Instructor: Staff

LIGN 211

Phonology

Instructor: E. Bakovic

LIGN 221

Syntax

Instructor: G. Goodall

LIGN 235

Topics in Semantics

Instructor: I. Caponigro

LIGN 248

Topics in Morphology

Instructor: G. Caballero

Winter 2017

LIGN 200

Research Forum

Instructor: Staff

LIGN 210

Phonetics

Instructor: M. Garellek

LIGN 215

Topics in Phonology

Instructor: E. Bakovic

LIGN 220

Morphology

Instructor: G. Caballero

LIGN 272

Topics in Neurolinguistics

Instructor: E. Wittenberg

LIGN 282

Biology and Environment in Language Acquisition

Instructor: R. Mayberry

Spring 2017

LIGN 200

Research Forum

Instructor: Staff

LIGN 2XX

TBD

Instructor: F. Ackerman

LIGN 214

Topics in Phonetics

Instructor: M. Garellek

LIGN 230

Semantics

Instructor: I. Caponigro

LIGN 232/PSYC 235

Semantic Development

Instructor: D. Barner

LIGN 247

Topics in Pragmatics

Instructor: A. Kehler


LIGN 293

Research Practicum

Instructor: G. Caballero

Fall 2015

Subject Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum

Staff

LIGN 210 Phonetics M. Garellek
LIGN 211 Phonology E. Bakovic
LIGN 228/PSYC 232 Probabilistic Models of Cognition R. Levy/E. Vul
LIGN 238/COGS 238 Topics in Cognitive Linguistics B. Bergen
LIGN 272 Topics in Neurolinguistics R. Kluender
LIGN 282 Biology and Environment in Language Acquisition

R. Mayberry

Winter 2016

Subject Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum Staff
LIGN 214 Topics in Phonetics M. Garellek
LIGN 220 Morphology F. Ackerman
LIGN 232/PSYC 235 Semantic Development D. Barner
LIGN 240 Field Methods G. Caballero
LIGN 247 Topics in Pragmatics A. Kehler

Spring 2016

Subject Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum Staff
LIGN 215 Topics in Phonology S. Rose
LIGN 230 Semantics I. Caponigro
LIGN 235 Topics in Semantics A. Kehler
LIGN 241 Fieldwork G. Caballero
LIGN 251 Probabilistic Methods in Linguistics Staff

Fall 2014

Subject Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum Staff
LIGN 211 Phonology E. Bakovic
LIGN 221 Syntax G. Goodall
LIGN 235 Topics in Semantics R. Baglini
LIGN 238 Topics in Cognitive Linguistics B. Bergen
LIGN 247 Topics in Pragmatics R. Levy

Winter 2015

Subject Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum Staff
LIGN 210 Phonetics M. Garellek
LIGN 240 Field Methods S. Rose
LIGN 280 Sign Language Research R. Mayberry
LIGN 283 Language and Conceptual Development D. Barner
LIGN 293 Research Practicum R. Baglini

Spring 2015

Subject Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum Staff
LIGN 225 Topics in Syntax G. Goodall
LIGN 241 Fieldwork S. Rose
LIGN 220 Morphology F. Ackerman
LIGN 255 Language Evolution R. Kluender

Fall 2013

Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum Staff
LIGN 211A Phonology and Phonological Theory E. Bakovic
LIGN 221A Introduction to Grammatical Theory G. Goodall
LIGN 225 Topics in Syntax R. Kluender

Winter 2014

Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum Staff
LIGN 210 Phonetics M. Garellek
LIGN 214 Topics in Phonetics M. Garellek
LIGN 221B Introduction to Grammatical Theory G. Goodall
LIGN 282 Biology and Environment in Language Acquisition R. Mayberry
LIGN 293 Research Practicum A. Kehler

Spring 2014

Code Name Instructor
LIGN 200 Research Forum Staff
LIGN 211B Phonological research E. Bakovic
LIGN 230 Semantics I. Caponigro
LIGN 248 Morphology F. Ackerman
 

The graduate program combines thorough training in theoretical linguistics and formal analysis with innovative experimental approaches to the study of language.

Inquiries about the Linguistics Graduate Program should be directed to Professor Andy Kehler, Director of Graduate Studies.