Attending the upcoming 2019 Linguistic Institute at UC Davis (June 24 – July 19, 2019) ?
As you make your final course selections, consider maximizing your Historical Sociolinguistics experience by choosing from the following course cluster (assembled by the North American Research Network in Historical Sociolinguistics (NARNiHS)):
● 152: Introduction to Sociolinguistics (Robert Bayley).
● 161: Introduction to Historical Linguistics (Lyle Campbell).
● 250: Historical Sociolinguistics (Mark Richard Lauersdorf).
● 261: Advanced Historical Linguistics (Brian Joseph, Richard Janda).
Selected Methods / Tools:
● 151: Introduction to Discourse Analysis (Barbara Johnstone).
● 231: Advanced Statistics and Data Analysis (Santiago Barreda).
● 331: Corpus Linguistics (Stefan Th. Gries).
● 337: Modeling Linguistic Networks (Rory Turnbull).
Selected Areas of Application:
● 356: Pidgins and Creoles (Marlyse Baptista).
● 380: Folk Linguistics and Language Regard (Dennis Preston).
● 381: Topics in Sociolinguistics and Computer-Mediated Communication (Marisa Brook, Emily Blamire).
Courses at all levels!
Combinable for numerous areas of interest, emphasis, engagement, and expertise!
See https://lsa2019.ucdavis.edu/course-description/ for descriptions of all courses at the Institute.
Equip yourself with a toolkit for your historical sociolinguistic research!