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MIT Linguistics: Department of Linguistics & Philosophy

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Spring 2015 COURSE INFORMATION

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Undergraduate Courses

Course # Course Title Instructor Day/Time Room
24.UR Undergraduate Research See Dept    
24.900
CI-H
Introduction to Linguistics
   Recitation 1
   Recitation 2
   Recitation 3
   Recitation 4
   Recitation 5
Iatridou TR 11-12:30
F 10-11
F 11-12
F 11-12
F 12-1
F 1-2
32-141
56-169
56-169
56-162
56-169
56-169
24.903 Lang and Its Structure III: Semantics and Pragmatics
(meets with graduate subject 24.933)
Schwarzschild TR 11-12:30 56-162
24.904 Language Acquisition Hackl TR 2:30-4 56-180
24.905J Lab in Psycholinguistics Gibson TR 10:30-12
F 9-12
46-4062
24.914 Language Variation & Change Flemming MW 11-12:30 56-180
24.918 Workshop in Linguistic Research Flynn MW 1-2:30 66-148

Graduate Courses

Course # Course Title Instructor Day/Time Room
24.933 Lang and Its Structure: Semantics and Pragmatics
(meets with undergraduate subject 24.903)
Schwarzschild TR 11-12:30 56-162
24.942 Topics in the Grammar of a Less Familiar Language Kenstowicz, Walkow W 12-3 32-D831
24.948 Linguistic Theory & Second Language Acquisition Flynn M 2:30-5 26-142
24.952 Advanced Syntax Pesetsky TR 2:30-4 56-169
24.954 Pragmatics in Linguistic Theory Fox, Heim MW 10-11:30 56-162
24.956 Topics in Syntax Fox, Pesetsky T 10-1 32-D461
24.962 Advanced Phonology Steriade TR 11-12:30 56-169
24.965 Morphology Albright, Pesetsky, Walkow M 2-5 66-156
24.967 Topics in Experimental Phonology Albright, Flemming T 2-5 32-D461
24.968 Speech Communication Braida, Ghosh
Hillman,Shattuck-Hufnagel
TR 11-12:30 36-156
24.973 Advanced Semantics von Fintel MW 1:30-3 56-191
24.979 Topics in Semantics von Fintel, Heim, Iatridou F 12-3 32-D461
24.991 Workshop in Linguistics Kenstowicz

T 9-10
R 9-11

32-D831
23.S96 Seminar: Computational Phylogenetics Berwick, DeGraff R 2-5 32-D461
24.993 Tutorial in Linguistics & Related Fields TBA    
24.THG Graduate Thesis See Dept.    

M = Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday

last updated: February 6, 2015

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