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Jurgen Klausenburger
ROLING 551
Seattle Campus

Romance Linguistics: History, Methodology, and Bibliography

For new graduate students in the Romance linguistics program. History of Romance linguistics and linguistic science in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries as it relates to Romance studies. Comparative and descriptive methods used in contemporary scholarship. Prerequisite: LING 200, LING 400, or equivalent.

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Winter 2001 For new graduate students in the Romance linguistics program. History of Romance linguistics and linguistic science in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries as it relates to Romance studies. Comparative and descriptive methods used in contemporary scholarship. Prerequisite: LING 200 or LING 400 (LING 401 has been replaced by LING 400).

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Last Update by Sojourner Truth
Date: 11/07/2000