LINGUIST List 13.3287

Thu Dec 12 2002

Qs: Undergraduate Ling Course, Bibliography

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  1. barbara citko, Undergrad Ling courses as Science Requirement?
  2. janice daywood, Bibliography

Message 1: Undergrad Ling courses as Science Requirement?

Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2002 13:17:16 +0000
From: barbara citko <barbara.citkouconn.edu>
Subject: Undergrad Ling courses as Science Requirement?

Dear linguists, 
 
Our department is the process of getting approval for a undergraduate
linguistics course that would satisfy the University's General
Education Science requirement. The course is called 'The Science of
Linguistics' and is essentially an intro to linguistics course. In
order to make our case stronger, we would like to know if linguistics
courses in other universities satisfy a GenEd Science requirement. If
your department offers a course that does, let us know what the course
is. I will post a summary. Thanks in advance.
 
Barbara 

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Barbara Citko
Department of Linguistics 
University of Connecticut
Email: barbara.citkouconn.edu 
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Message 2: Bibliography

Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 12:11:14 -0800 (PST)
From: janice daywood <salhtwhyahoo.com>
Subject: Bibliography

Dear Linguists:

I'm seeking a bibliography on the history and development of
morphophonemics, morphophonemic notation, and morphophonemic analysis.
Phonological theory seems to have moved on beyond this method of
analysis and there is no information on it in the few sources
available to me.

Thank you.
- Janice Daywood
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