JAL453H5 • Language and Social Theory

This seminar course considers the intersection of linguistics and anthropology, bringing ideas from contemporary and classical social theory to bear on questions central to both fields of study. Topics vary from year to year but may include any of the following: linguistic relativity; register formation; language variation; linguistic ideologies; racialization; political discourse; pragmatic and semiotic theory; language reform.

ANT204H5 or ANT206H5 or JAL253H5 or LIN256H5 or permission of department
Social Science
In Class