Jason Shaw

Courses

Term: Fall 2019

LING 110 Language: Introduction to Linguistics

The goals and methods of linguistics. Basic concepts in phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. Techniques of linguistic analysis and construction of linguistic models. Trends in modern linguistics. The relation of linguistics to psychology, logic, and other disciplines.

Term: Fall 2019
Day/Time: Monday & Wednesday, 1:00p-2:15p

LING 236 Articulatory Phonology

Study of experimental methods to record articulatory movements using electromagnetic articulography and/or ultrasound technologies and analytical approaches for relating articulatory movements to phonological structure. Hands-on training in laboratory techniques are paired with discussion of related experimental and theoretical research.

Prerequisites: LING 220 and LING 232 or permission of instructor. 

Term: Fall 2019
Day/Time: Wednesday, 3:30p-5:20p