LING2073 Advanced topics in syntax

Dr. Cathryn Donohue

Advanced course. Sem 2, 6 credits

Course Description

In this course, students will learn techniques and strategies for understanding, modeling and explaining syntactic phenomena. Students will be exposed to theoretical models and develop their skills in analysis and argumentation. These skills are necessary for the development of linguistic theory and ultimately to our knowledge of the world’s languages. The course consists primarily of lectures and tutorials, with assignments to solidify the students’ understanding of the material and a report of an original piece of research.

Pre-requisite:
LING1000, LING2032 and LING2050

Assessment:
100% coursework

Course Timeslots (1)

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MBG07