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  1. 2015-2016 Linguistics Courses

    in current research and through small-scale field research. Topics covered in the course will include ... This course invites students to investigate this not-quite-melting-pot variety both through readings ... classes. In this course we will pull material from a variety of sources (including films, literature, ...

    manager - '2016'

  2. 2016-2017 Linguistics Courses

    In this course we take an interdisciplinary approach to the investigation of how language both shapes ... identity and self-presentation, the definition of community, and gossip and shaming. Course requirements ... Fulfills the Second Writing Requirement. NOTE: This is the course that will be offered for Spring 2017, ...

    manager - '2017'

  3. 2013-2014 Linguistics Courses

    in current research and through small-scale field research. Topics covered in the course will include ... This course invites students to investigate this not-quite-melting-pot variety both through readings ... classes. In this course we will pull material from a variety of sources (including films, literature, ...

    manager - '2016'

  4. 2017-2018 Linguistics Courses

    through readings in current research and through small-scale field research. Topics covered in the course ... In this introductory course, we will survey how languages vary across space and among social groups while also ... these similarities and differences to group languages together-- to classify them. In the course of a geographically ...

    manager - '2017'

  5. 2015-2016 Courses

    Fall 2015 Undergraduate Courses MUSI 1010 Introduction to Music Bonnie Gordon 3.0 credits ... we like music? What identities, values and messages do we share through popular music? In this course ... ever-changing daily soundtracks? This course focuses our attention not on music highlighted in performance, ...

    trk4n - '2015'

  6. Kittlesen

    of human T cell tumor antigens and translation to experimental vaccines/clinical trials   Courses: Current ... UVA Courses Biol 2100, Introduction to Biology with Laboratory: Cell Biology and Genetics Biol 2030, ...

    jkj3e - '2018'

  7. Undergraduate Course Descriptions- Fall 2018

    Crow persisted? This course examines how the Jim Crow regime was established in New England during ... be placed on Charlottesville, Richmond, and Washington, D.C. as case studies. The course culminates ... of the best-selling novels of nineteenth-century America.  The texts we study in this course point out the paths ...

    artsci - '2018'

  8. Courses

    course surveys the histories of people of African descent in Africa, the Americas, and the Caribbean from ... eighteenth century. Course requirements include regular attendance in lecture and discussion section, ... Lisa Shutt Thurs. 2:00-4:30, Mcleod Hall 2005 This course will address the role the media has played ...

    dab8s - '2017'

  9. Language & Literature Major

    for current listings. For Middle Eastern Language & Literature, the remaining two courses must be selected ... courses. See the Student Information System for current listings. For Middle Eastern Language & ... in the language and a more focused set of concentration courses.   Prerequisites To meet the prerequisites ...

    manager - '2017'

  10. Graduate Course Descriptions- Fall 2018

    R 330-600 (New Cabell Hall 038) Instructor: Victoria Olwell This course has two guiding aims:  to examine ... and literary contexts. The course takes as its starting point the observation that scholarship often positions ... frequent. In this course, we will seek to specify and interrogate the ways that the literature ...

    artsci - '2018'

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