Promotion of the English course INGL 5025: Current approaches to the Linguistic theory.

Dr. Catherine Mazak will offer an advanced undergraduate and graduate course on Linguistic Theory for the following Spring semester.

The course is scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30 to 8:45 in the morning. On this course the students will explore the post-structural turn in applied linguistics and what it means in how we understand “languaging.” First off Dr. Mazak will expose the idea that languages as you know them do not exist… and we’ll shake things up from there.”

Through the usage of the post-structural approaches to linguistics, and how these theoretical perspectives just might be the best way to understand language use in Puerto Rico. Translanguaging, translingualism, disinventing, and reconstituting languages…find out what it means and how it applies to you!

Don’t miss this course for a deep understanding of new, cutting edge directions of linguistics and language studies.

  • Course Code: INGL 5025

  • Total Credits: 3

  • Course Level: Graduate Level

  • Prerequisite: DIR

  • Professor: Prof. Catherine Mazak (Click Me)

  • Schedule: Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 AM- 8:45 AM

  • Semester: Spring 2019

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