Courses

October 27th, 2009

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Autumn 2014-15

Course #TitleUnitsRoomDaysTimeInstructorGrading Basis
1Introduction to Linguistics4200-305MW9:30am-10:45amSumner, M.Ltr-CR/NC
10NExperimental Phonetics4200-107MW12:15pm-2:15pmSumner, M.Ltr-CR/NC
83QTranslation3260-012TTh2:15pm-3:45pmKay, M.Ltr-CR/NC
120Introduction to Syntax4460-126MWF10:00am-10:50amWasow, T.Ltr-CR/NC
134A/234The Structure of Discourse: Theory and Applications2-4200-230TTh12:15pm-2:05pmPolanyi, LLtr-CR/NC
140/240Language Acquisition I4200-219TTh2:15pm-3:45pmClark, E.Ltr-CR/NC
144Minds and Machines4420-040TTh2:15pm-3:30pmDavies, T., Icard, T., and Lassiter, D.Ltr-CR/NC
150Language in Society4-5100-101KMW1:15pm-3:05pmEckert, P.Ltr-CR/NC
159American Dialects2-4200-013TTh11:00am-12:15pmD'Onofrio, A. and Van Hofwegen, J.Ltr-CR/NC
167Languages of the World3-450-52HTTh4:15pm-5:45pmPereltsvaig, A.Ltr-CR/NC
196Intro to Research for Undergraduates1420-126F11:00am-11:50am Anttila, A.S/NC
210APhonology3-4320-107TTh9:00am-10:50amAnttila, ALtr-CR/NC
230CSemantics and Pragmatics II1-4 240-202TTh2:15pm-4:00pmCondoravdi, C.Ltr-CR/NC
232ALexical Semantics2-4460-127BMW10:20am-12pmLevin, B.Ltr-CR/NC
250Sociolinguistic Theory and Analysis3-4360-361AM2:15pm-5:05pmRickford, J.Ltr-CR/NC
255ASeminar in Sociolinguistics: California Dialectology1-4460-127BT2:15pm-4:05pmEckert, PLtr-CR/NC
255DSeminar in Sociolinguistics: Character types in Sociolinguistics1-4160-323F9:00am-11:45amPodesva, R.TBD
260BHistorical Syntax2-4320-107MW11:00am-12:50pmKiparsky, P.Ltr-CR/NC
284 Natural Language Processing (CS 224N)3-4Art2MW11:00am-12:15pmManning, CLtr-CR/NC
294Linguistics Research Discussion Group1460-127AF2:15pm-3:05pmJurafsky, D.TBD
394TA Training Workshop1460-126Th10:30am-12pmLevin, B and Melnick, R.S/NC

Winter 2014-15

Course #TitleUnitsRoomDaysTimeInstructorGrading Basis
52NSpoken Sexuality: Language and the Social Construction of Sexuality (FEMGEN 52N)3320-106TTh2:15pm-3:30pmPodesva, R.Ltr
65African American Vernacular English (AFRICAAM 21)3-5200-203MW3:15pm-4:45pmRickford, J.Ltr-CR/NC
110Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology4Art4MW9:00am-10:50amAnttila, A.Ltr-CR/NC
121Crosslinguistic Syntax4200-201MWF12:50pm-2:05pmHarizanov, B.Ltr-CR/NC
130A/230AIntroduction to Semantics and Pragmatics4420-040TTh10:00am-11:30amPotts, C.Ltr-CR/NC
141Language and Gesture4460-127BT2:15pm-4:05pmClark, E.Ltr-CR/NC
157/257Sociophonetics1-4160-B39W2:15pm-5:05pmPodesva, R.Ltr-CR/NC
160Introduction to Language Change2-4320-107MW11:00am-12:50pmKiparsky, P.Ltr-CR/NC
180/280From Languages to Information3-4Hewlett 201TTH3:15pm-4:30pmJurafsky, D.Ltr-CR/NC
183/283Programming and Algorithms for NLP3-4160-B38TTH4:15pm-5:45pmKay, MartinLtr-CR/NC
191/291Linguistics and the Teaching of English as a Second/Foreign Language (LINGUIST 291)4-5320-106MW2:15pm-4:05pmHubbard, P. and Rylance, C.Ltr-CR/NC
197AUndergraduate Research Seminar2-3460-127BF12:15pm-2:05pmJurafsky, D.Ltr-CR/NC
222AFoundations of Syntactic Theory I2-4460-126MW9:00am-10:50amLevin, B.Ltr-CR/NC
225Seminar in Syntax: Head Movement2-4THOR207TH1:15pm-4:05pmHarizanov, B.Ltr-CR/NC
241Language Acquisition II4460-127BW2:15pm-5:05pmClark, E.Ltr-CR/NC
255ESeminar in Sociolinguistics: Complicating Representations2-4460-126T9:00am-11:50amEckert, P. and Sumner, M.Ltr-CR/NC
265African American Vernacular English3-5360-361AF9:00am-11:50amRickford, J.Ltr-CR/NC
275Probability and Statistics for Linguists2-4360-361AMW11:00am-12:30pmLassiter, D.Ltr-CR/NC

Spring 2014-15

Course #TitleUnitsRoomDaysTimeInstructorGrading Basis
1Introduction to Linguistics4MitchB67MW5:15pm-6:45pmPereltsvaig, A.
Ltr-CR/NC
47NLanguages, Dialects, Speakers3360-361ATTh9:30am-10:45amAnttila, ALtr-CR/NC
90Teaching Spoken English3-4110-101TTh2:15pm-3:30pmGeda, KLtr-CR/NC
105/205APhonetics2-4160-B37MW9:00am-10:50amSumner, MLtr-CR/NC
130BIntroduction to Lexical Semantics3-4160-319TTH3:15pm-4:45pmCondoravdi, C. and Zaenen, A.Ltr-CR/NC
155F/255FSeminar in Sociolinguistics: Language and Social Interaction1-460-119TTh9:00am-10:30amPodesva, R.Ltr-CR/NC
163A/263Endangered Languages and Language Revitalization3-4200-205M3:15pm-6:05pmOgilvie, S.Ltr-CR/NC
188/288Natural Language Understanding (CS 224U)3-4300-300MW4:15pm-5:30pmPotts, C. MacCartneyLtr-CR/NC
195AUndergraduate Research Workshop1W5:45pm-7:00pmD'Onofrio, A
200Foundations of Linguistics Theory4240-110MW1:15pm-3:05pmKiparsky, P.Ltr-CR/NC
222BFoundations of Syntactic Theory II2-4EncinaW106MW11:00am-12:50pmHarizanov, B.Ltr-CR/NC
230BSemantics and Pragmatics I2-4360-361AMW9:00am-10:30amLassiter, D.Ltr-CR/NC
236Seminar in Semantics: Reasoning with Quantifiers4ThornT207Th12:15pm-3:05pmLassiter, D. and Potts, C.Ltr-CR/NC
246Foundations of Psycholinguistics4460-127BMW3:15pm-4:30pmClark, E.Ltr-CR/NC
255CSeminar in Sociolinguistics: Sociogrammar2-4Y2E2 382Th2:15pm-5:05pmRickford, J. and Wasow, T.Ltr-CR/NC
286Information Retrieval(same as CS 276)3NVIDIAAUDTTh4:15pm-5:30pmManning, C.Nayak, P, Manning, C, Raghavan, P
395Research Workshop1-2TBDF11:00am-12:15amAnttila, A.Ltr-CR/NC

 

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