y of California, Santa Barbara
 

Classes

Undergraduate Courses

  • Linguistics 20-200: Introduction to Language and Linguistics
  • Linguistics 106: Introduction to Phonetics
  • Linguistics 107: Introduction to Phonology
  • Linguistics 109-209: Introduction to Syntax
  • Linguistics 115-215: Introduction to Historical-Comparative Linguistics
  • Linguistics 181: Languages of the World

 

Graduate Courses

  • Linguistics 221: Field Methods
  • Linguistics 222: Typology and Universals
  • Linguistics 234: Advanced Syntax
  • Linguistics 235: Advanced Phonology
  • Linguistics 238: Syntax Beyond the Clause
  • Linguistics 250: Language Documentation (Spring 2008)
  • Seminar: Clause-Chaining and Related Structures
  • Seminar: Nepalese Linguistics
  • Seminar: Phonological Theory in the 20th Century
  • Seminar: Tibeto-Burman Languages