2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

ANT 220 Language and Culture

3 hours 

This course explores ways of thinking about the relationship between language, culture, and society. With a focus on the relationship between language, thought, cultural meanings, social identity and political-legal processes, the course offers a comparative evaluation of language at the intersection of social organization. Students will gain new insights into processes of social identity formation, linguistic change, and power dynamics in various domains, including law, medicine, education, the family, and commercial enterprises.




ENG 201, ANT 101