LIN469H5 • Topics in Romance Linguistics

We examine current issues of theoretical and/or empirical relevance in linguistics with special reference to the Romance family, including both well-known and understudied varieties. In this course, student can engage deeply with specific properties of the Romance family from the point of view of micro-comparative analysis, sociolinguistic variation, and/or diachronic change depending on student interests and the expertise of the instructor. The contact hours for this course may vary in terms of contact type (L, S, T, P) from year to year, but will be between 24-36 contact hours in total. See the UTM Timetable.

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