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Spring 2018 Topics and Seminar Class Descriptions

LING 334/534 Language and Gender (ONLINE)

This online course provides an introduction to major research in language and gender. Students will explore how the research has evolved over the past several decades from early sociolinguistic research through more recent research embedded in social constructionist theoretical perspectives. Students will address a variety of questions about how language is used across-genders and in constructing gender, such as:

  • Are there differences in language use that reflect gender differences?
  • If so, how can these differences be interpreted?
  • Do other disciplines, such as biology or sociology, inform or explain cross-gender language differences?
  • How does language used by individuals, institutions, and the media reinforce gender differences?

In seeking answers to these questions, students will obtain skills in critiquing research and identifying gaps in the literature, and in articulating questions about language and gender from their own philosophical viewpoint.

Classes will revolve around discussion of the course text and other articles; a group project involving field research and basic linguistic analysis; student debates; and other in-class activities.

LING 490/590 Production and Perception Of Prosody in L2 Speech

This class will study prosody (primarily intonation and rhythm) with an emphasis on its role in the speech of non-native (L2) language users. The first part of the semester will introduce approaches to analyzing prosody, especially in English. We will then read research on L2 speakers’ production of prosody, and L2 listeners’ perception of prosody, as well as L1 listeners’ perception of prosody as produced by L2 speakers. A variety of L1-L2 language combinations will be addressed. 

In addition to reading and class discussion, students will do practical exercises in intonational analysis, and design and report on small research projects.

LING 490/590 Signed Language Phonology

This course will introduce students to the study of signed language phonology. Prior to 1960’s, scholars viewed signs as holistic forms, which they argued that a sign form could not be analyzed to sublexical units. Over the years, numerous linguists have refuted the belief that signed languages have no phonology with extensive theoretical and descriptive studies on signed language phonology. However, the discussion on signed language phonology continues to be poorly understood due to different factors including modality-specific articulatory and perceptual structures of signs. In the course, students will learn both traditional and cognitive approaches in phonological analyses of signed languages. Students will examine problematic issues involved with descriptive and psycholinguistics studies on signed languages, which will lead students to study how different theories shape our understanding of signed language phonology, phonological structures and processes. Readings and discussions will involve theoretical and descriptive aspects in analyzing signed language phonology.

Fall 2018 Topics and Seminar Class Descriptions

LING 519 Cognitive Linguistics

Cognitive Linguistics grew out of the work of researchers in the 1970s who were interested in the relation of language and mind. ¶ Rather than explaining linguistic patterns by means of a priori structural properties and cognitive capacities specific to language, cognitive linguists claim that language is based solely on general cognitive and perceptual abilities. ¶ The basic claims of cognitive linguistics are that cognition is embodied, grammar is meaningful, and linguistic structures at all levels are emergent. 

The objectives of this course are to (1) introduce the field of cognitive linguistics, (2) survey the basic concepts of cognitive linguistics, such as construal, force dynamics, metaphor, and metonymy, (3) review cognitive linguistic theories such as cognitive grammar, metaphor theory, and mental spaces, (4) explore the application of cognitive linguistics to several related fields. ¶ Readings will come from cognitive linguistic analyses of spoken languages, signed languages, and gesture.

57403 LING 490 004 (ONLINE) T: Method in Language Research

The overall goal of this seminar is to provide students conducting language research with the opportunity to prepare a fully developed research proposal. Students will be involved in planning and designing their own research projects, informed by previous research and their own research questions. The steps taken in developing student proposals are aimed at solidifying an understanding of how;

  • philosophical orientation determines research design.
  • scientists develop research questions or hypotheses to guide their research.
  • researchers select appropriate data collection methods to answer their questions or test hypotheses. 

 In addition, students will develop specific skills relevant to becoming competent researchers, including:

  • selecting a research topic (throughout the course, students will review research methods and approaches used to explore and describe language and human interaction as a means of supporting them in developing their proposals*).
  • conducting an exhaustive literature review on the chosen topic.
  • developing a research proposal to respond to gaps in the research. 

*Over the course of the semester, they will critique research articles; explore research ethics and human subjects considerations; and review different approaches to data collection and analysis. 

57404 LING 590 004 (ONLINE) T: Methods in Language Research

The overall goal of this seminar is to provide students conducting language research with the opportunity to prepare a fully developed research proposal. Students will be involved in planning and designing their own research projects, informed by previous research and their own research questions. The steps taken in developing student proposals are aimed at solidifying an understanding of how:

  • philosophical orientation determines research design.
  • scientists develop research questions or hypotheses to guide their research.
  • researchers select appropriate data collection methods to answer their questions or test hypotheses. 

In addition, students will develop specific skills relevant to becoming competent researchers, including:

  • selecting a research topic (throughout the course, students will review research methods and approaches used to explore and describe language and human interaction as a means of supporting them in developing their proposals*).
  • conducting an exhaustive literature review on the chosen topic.
  • developing a research proposal to respond to gaps in the research.

*Over the course of the semester, they will critique research articles; explore research ethics and human subjects considerations; and review different approaches to data collection and analysis.

Ling 554.002 (HYBRID) Pragmatics

This course will introduce students to the study of pragmatics, which focuses on speaker utterance as the unit of analysis. Students will focus on contextualized meaning, concentrating on those aspects of meaning that cannot be predicted by linguistic knowledge alone. Readings and discussions will focus on speaker and hearer interpretation of meaning, contexual meaning, extra-linguistic communication, and relative distance in analyzing face-to-face interaction . Students will also examine how social and cultural presuppositions impact the management of rapport in spoken interaction.


Schedule as of June 21, 2019

For original individual study project approved by instructor. Maximum of 6 hrs. creditable to linguistics major or minor. Restriction: permission of instructor.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00110686Independent StudyMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu1 TO 625
00210687Independent StudyDawn    Nordquist - nordquis@unm.edu1 TO 624
00310688Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
CANCELLED
004
27247Hybrid - Independent Study Staff 314
00510690Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
00610691Independent StudyNaomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu1 TO 625
00710692Independent StudyJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu1 TO 625
00810693Independent StudyBarbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu1 TO 625
00910694Independent StudyWilliam    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu1 TO 625
01010695Independent StudyCaroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu1 TO 625
01110696Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
01210697Independent StudyPhyllis    Wilcox - pwilcox@unm.edu1 TO 625
01310698Independent StudySherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu1 TO 625
01410699Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625

Restriction: permission of instructor.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00110700Independent StudyMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu325

Prerequisite: 498.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00110701

   

Independent Study
Sherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu325

Original independent study project approved by instructor. Restriction: permission of instructor.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00110702Independent StudyMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu1 TO 625
00210703Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
00310704Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
00510706Independent StudyWilliam    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu1 TO 625
00610707Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
00710708Independent StudyJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu1 TO 625
00810709Independent StudyBarbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu1 TO 625
00910710Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
01010711Independent StudyCaroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu1 TO 625
01110712Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
01210713Independent StudyPhyllis    Wilcox - pwilcox@unm.edu1 TO 625
01310714Independent StudySherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu1 TO 625
01410715Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00110716ThesisMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu1 TO 625
00210717Thesis Staff 1 TO 6 Section Full
00310719Thesis Staff 1 TO 625
00510744ThesisWilliam    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu1 TO 625
00610745ThesisNaomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu1 TO 625
00710746ThesisJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu1 TO 625
00810747ThesisBarbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu1 TO 625
00910748ThesisChristian    Koops - ckoops@unm.edu1 TO 625
01010749ThesisCaroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu1 TO 625
01110751ThesisHolly  E  Jacobson - jacobson@unm.edu1 TO 625
01210755Thesis Staff 1 TO 625
01310759ThesisSherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu1 TO 625
01410761Thesis Staff 1 TO 625

Original research for doctoral dissertation in Linguistics. Available only to doctoral students who have been advanced to candidacy. Taken under supervision of dissertation director. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00110765DissertationMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu3 TO 1222
Fees: $ 150
00210766DissertationJoan  L  Bybee - jbybee@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00310767DissertationChristian    Koops - ckoops@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00410768DissertationWilliam    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu3 TO 1224
Fees: $ 150
00510769DissertationHolly  E  Jacobson - jacobson@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00610770DissertationNaomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00710771DissertationJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00810772DissertationBarbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00910773Dissertation Staff 3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
01010774DissertationCaroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu3 TO 1222
Fees: $ 150
01110775DissertationRosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
01210776Dissertation Staff 3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
01310777DissertationSherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150

Broad overview of the nature of language: language structure, biology of language, language learning, language and thought, bilingualism, social and regional variation and educational implications. Intended to fulfill breadth requirements in any college. Meets New Mexico Lower-Division General Education Common Core Curriculum Area IV: Social/Behavioral Sciences.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00265759

MWF  11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Dane Smith Hall  234

Lecture
Christopher  B  Peverada - peverada@unm.edu318
00464482

TR  9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Mitchell Hall  211

Lecture
Joonyeop    Baek - jybaek@unm.edu315
00564483

TR  11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Castetter Hall (Biology)  57

Lecture
Lindsay  J  Morrone - lindsaymorrone@unm.edu316
00766619

TR  2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
 

Lecture
Tim    Zingler - timzingler@unm.edu323
CANCELLED
008
64491Hybrid - Lecture Staff 330
61464484

MWF  12:00 PM - 12:50 PM
Mitchell Hall  215

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Dawn    Nordquist - nordquis@unm.edu321

Basic concepts and technical vocabulary of language as a structured system: phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics. Emphasis on descriptive linguistics; some attention to language change and variation. Presumes no prior knowledge of linguistics.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00134490

TR  11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Dane Smith Hall  329

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Dawn    Nordquist - nordquis@unm.edu337
00240666

TR  12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
Dane Smith Hall  136

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Dawn    Nordquist - nordquis@unm.edu331

(Also offered as SHS 303) An introduction to the physiological mechanisms underlying speech production, linguistic classification and transcription of speech sounds, acoustic properties of speech sounds, relationship between phonetics and phonology, and applications to speech pathology.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00159931

 Online  1

T  2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
 

Hybrid - Lecture
Caroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu39

(Also offered as ANTH 317) Introduction to patterns in sound structure, with an emphasis on problem-solving. Topics include distinctive features, common phonological processes, autosegmental theory and syllable structure. Prerequisite: 301 and (302 or 303 or SHS *303).

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00167206

TR  11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
 

Lecture
John  M  Sances - jsances@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 13

(Also offered as ANTH *318) Principles of morphological and syntactic analysis and introduction to functional and formal theories of grammar. Descriptive analysis of grammatical structures and problems from a variety of languages. Prerequisite: 301 or SIGN *305 or SPAN 351.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00152889

MWF  11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Education  105

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Dawn    Nordquist - nordquis@unm.edu326

Introduction to sociolinguistics. Topics: social dialects, societal multilingualism, language contact, language attitudes, language policy and planning, the role of language in binding and defining communities. Prerequisite: 2110 or 301 or 440 or ANTH 1155.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00166847

MWF  10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Mitchell Hall  121

Lecture
Frances  V  Jones - jonesf@unm.edu3 Section Full

(Also offered as ANTH 310; CJ 319) Examination of the interrelations of language and speech with other selected aspects of culture and cognition. Prerequisite: 2110 or 301 or ANTH 1155.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00150807

TR  11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Hibben Center  105

Lecture
Catherine  R  Rhodes - rhodesc@unm.edu34

Introductory study of a Native American language, selected according to availability of instructor and student interest. May be repeated for credit as the topic varies.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
T: K'iche' Maya I
00259359

MW  1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Latin American Institute  108

Topics
James  L  Mondloch - jmond@unm.edu36
T: Quichua
CANCELLED
004
62117Topics Staff 3 Section Full
T: Nahuatl I
00563321

TR  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Latin American Institute  108

Topics
William  D  Stanley - wstanley@unm.edu39
T: Quechua I
00663559

MWF  8:00 AM - 8:50 AM
Latin American Institute  108

Topics
William  D  Stanley - wstanley@unm.edu310

Introductory study of a Native American language, selected according to availability of instructor and student interest. May be repeated for credit as the topic varies.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
T: K'iche Maya V
00162114

F  7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Latin American Institute  108

Topics
James  L  Mondloch - jmond@unm.edu39
T: Nahuatl III
00363322

TR  1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Latin American Institute  108

Topics
William  D  Stanley - wstanley@unm.edu311
T: Nahuatl V
00459360

F  7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Latin American Institute  205

Topics
William  D  Stanley - wstanley@unm.edu310

Analysis of the morphology and syntax of a broad range of constructions, examining crosslinguistic variation and universals, semantic and discourse functions, and historical origins. Prerequisite: 322.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
CANCELLED
001
66694Lecture Staff 35
00267473

MW  2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Humanities  134

Lecture
Rosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 2

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
CANCELLED
001
66621Lecture Staff 32
00267468

MW  4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Humanities  134

Lecture
Rosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu34

An introduction to the study of sentence and word level meaning in the languages of the world, emphasizing the role of speaker and hearer, linguistic and extralinguistic context, lexical semantics, and grammatical meaning. Prerequisite: 301 or SIGN *305 or SPAN 351.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00167307

TR  4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Humanities  134

Lecture
Staff 3 Section Full
Waitlist: 4

Laboratory course in psycholinguistics; review of classic issues and research. Provides an opportunity to learn basic research methods in experimental psycholinguistics and gain skills necessary to conduct independent research. Prerequisite: 367 or 567 or PSY **367.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00165760

TR  9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Mitchell Hall  208

Lecture
Jill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu38

Special topics motivated by expertise of instructor and interest of students.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
T: Multimodality
00265762

MWF  11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Humanities  134

Topics
Sherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu35

For original individual study project approved by instructor. Maximum of 6 hrs. creditable to linguistics major or minor. Restriction: permission of instructor.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00112657Independent StudyMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu1 TO 625
00212659Independent StudyWilliam    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu1 TO 625
00312660Independent StudyHolly  E  Jacobson - jacobson@unm.edu1 TO 625
00412661Independent StudyChristian    Koops - ckoops@unm.edu1 TO 625
00512663Independent StudyJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu1 TO 625
00612664Independent StudyDawn    Nordquist - nordquis@unm.edu1 TO 620
00712665Independent StudyBarbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu1 TO 625
00812666Independent StudyCaroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu1 TO 625
01012668Independent StudySherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu1 TO 625
01112669Independent StudyNaomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu1 TO 625
01212670Independent StudyRosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu1 TO 625

Restriction: permission of instructor.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00112690Independent StudyMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu325
00225179Independent StudyJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu325
00325206Independent StudySherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu325

Prerequisite: 498.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00112691

   

Independent Study
Caroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu325
00225234

   

Independent Study
Melissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu325
00354641

   

Independent Study
Staff 325

The nature of phonological representations in the lexicon and the interaction of morphology, syntax, and language use with phonology. Topics: underspecification, lexical phonology, cognitive phonology, rules, schemas, and productivity. Prerequisite: 304 or 504 or SPAN 545.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00165765

TR  11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Humanities  134

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Caroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu37

(Also offered as ANTH 317) Introduction to patterns in sound structure, with an emphasis on problem-solving. Topics include distinctive features, common phonological processes, autosegmental theory and syllable structure. Prerequisite: 302 or 303 or SHS *303.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00167636

TR  11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
 

Lecture
John  M  Sances - jsances@unm.edu34

Analysis of the morphology and syntax of a broad range of constructions, examining crosslinguistic variations and universals, and discourse functions, and historical origins. Prerequisite: 322 or 522.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
CANCELLED
001
12692Lecture Staff 34
00267470

MW  2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Humanities  134

Lecture
Rosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 3

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
CANCELLED
001
66622Lecture Staff 32
00267469

MW  4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Humanities  134

Lecture
Rosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu33

(Also offered as ANTH *318) Principles of morphological and syntactic analysis and introduction to functional and formal theories of grammar. Descriptive analysis of grammatical structures and problems from a variety of languages. Prerequisite: 301 or SIGN *305 or SPAN 351.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00152890

MWF  11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Education  105

Web Enhanced - Lecture
Dawn    Nordquist - nordquis@unm.edu319

An introduction to the study of sentence and word level meaning in the languages of the world, emphasizing the role of speaker and hearer, linguistic and extralinguistic context, lexical semantics, and grammatical meaning. Prerequisite: 301 or SIGN *305 or SPAN 351.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00167802

TR  4:30 PM - 5:45 PM
Humanities  134

Lecture
Staff 310

Introduction to sociolinguistics. Topics: social dialects, societal multilingualism, language contact, language attitudes, language policy and planning, the role of language in binding and defining communities. Prerequisite: 2110 or 301 or 540.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00166848

MWF  10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Mitchell Hall  121

Lecture
Frances  V  Jones - jonesf@unm.edu37

(Also offered as ANTH 514) Current topics and issues in phonology, syntax or semantics.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
Sem: Pragmatics
CANCELLED
002
62484Hybrid - Seminar Staff 320

(Also offered as PSY 569) Restriction: permission of instructor.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
Sem: Psych of Bilingualism
00166620

TR  12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
 

Seminar
Jill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu319

Laboratory course in psycholinguistics; review of classic issues and research. Provides an opportunity to learn basic research methods in experimental psycholinguistics and gain skills necessary to conduct independent research.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
CANCELLED
001
65761Lecture Staff 31
00267549

TR  9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Mitchell Hall  208

Lecture
Jill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu3 Section Full
Waitlist: 5

Special topics motivated by expertise of instructor and interest of students.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
T: Multimodality
00165763

MWF  11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
Humanities  134

Topics
Sherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu36

Original independent study project approved by instructor. Restriction: permission of instructor.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00113007Independent StudyMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu1 TO 625
00213008Independent StudyChristian    Koops - ckoops@unm.edu1 TO 625
00313009Independent StudyNaomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu1 TO 625
00413010Independent StudyWilliam    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu1 TO 625
00513012Independent StudyHolly  E  Jacobson - jacobson@unm.edu1 TO 625
00613013Independent StudyDawn    Nordquist - nordquis@unm.edu1 TO 625
00713014Independent StudyJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu1 TO 624
00813015Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
00913018Independent StudyCaroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu1 TO 625
01013019Independent Study Staff 1 TO 625
01113021Independent StudySherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu1 TO 625
01213022Independent StudyErin  L  Wilkinson - ewilkins@unm.edu1 TO 625
01313025Independent StudyBarbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu1 TO 625

Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00113068ThesisMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu1 TO 625
00213071ThesisChristian    Koops - ckoops@unm.edu1 TO 625
00313072ThesisNaomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu1 TO 625
00413073ThesisWilliam    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu1 TO 625
00513080ThesisHolly  E  Jacobson - jacobson@unm.edu1 TO 625
00713082ThesisJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu1 TO 625
00813083ThesisMary  A  Willie - mawillie@unm.edu1 TO 625
00913084ThesisCaroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu1 TO 625
01013085ThesisRosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu1 TO 625
01113086ThesisErin  L  Wilkinson - ewilkins@unm.edu1 TO 625
01213087ThesisSherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu1 TO 625
01313088ThesisBarbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu1 TO 625
01413089ThesisNaomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu1 TO 625

Original research leading to the qualifying paper. Offered on a CR/NC basis only. Restriction: admitted to Ph.D. Linguistics and permission of instructor.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00161452

   

Lecture
William    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu3 TO 920
00262879

   

Lecture
Holly  E  Jacobson - jacobson@unm.edu3 TO 920
00362880

   

Lecture
Jill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu3 TO 920
00462881

   

Lecture
Barbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu3 TO 920
00561478

   

Lecture
Christian    Koops - ckoops@unm.edu3 TO 920
00662883

   

Lecture
Naomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu3 TO 920
00762885

   

Lecture
Caroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu3 TO 920
00862886

   

Lecture
Rosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu3 TO 920
00962887

   

Lecture
Sherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu3 TO 920
01062888

   

Lecture
Mary  A  Willie - mawillie@unm.edu3 TO 920
01167819

   

Lecture
Erin  L  Wilkinson - ewilkins@unm.edu3 TO 925

Original research for doctoral dissertation in Linguistics. Available only to doctoral students who have been advanced to candidacy. Taken under supervision of dissertation director. Offered on a CR/NC basis only.

Sections
#CRNTime/LocationInstructorCreditsSeats Available
00113094DissertationMelissa  C  Axelrod - axelrod@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00213095DissertationMary  A  Willie - mawillie@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00313097DissertationNaomi    Shin - naomishin@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00413098DissertationWilliam    Croft - wcroft@unm.edu3 TO 1224
Fees: $ 150
00613100DissertationChristian    Koops - ckoops@unm.edu3 TO 1224
Fees: $ 150
00713102DissertationJill  P  Morford - morford@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00813103DissertationHolly  E  Jacobson - jacobson@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
00913104DissertationCaroline  L  Smith - caroline@unm.edu3 TO 1222
Fees: $ 150
01013105DissertationRosa    Vallejos Yopan - rvallejos@unm.edu3 TO 1224
Fees: $ 150
01113106DissertationErin  L  Wilkinson - ewilkins@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
01213107DissertationSherman  E  Wilcox - wilcox@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150
01313109DissertationBarbara  J  Shaffer - bshaffer@unm.edu3 TO 1225
Fees: $ 150