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MIT Linguistics: Department of Linguistics & Philosophy

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

FALL 2014 COURSE INFORMATION

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Undergraduate Courses

Course # Course Title Instructor Day/Time Room
24.900
CI-H
Introduction to Linguistics
   Recitation 1
   Recitation 2
   Recitation 3
   Recitation 4
   Recitation 5
   Recitation 6
Albright MW 1-2:30
F 9-10
F 10-11
F 10-11
F 11-12
F 11-12
F 1-2
4-270
56-162
56-162
66-156
56-162
66-156
56-162
24.901 Language and Its Structure I: Phonology
(meets with graduate subject 24.931)
Steriade MW 11-12:30 35-310
24.902 Languages and Its Structure II: Syntax
(meets with graduate subject 24.932)
DeGraff TR 1-2:30 56-162
24.906J The Linguistic Study of Bilingualism (CI-H) Flynn MW 1-2:30 56-169
24.908 Creole Languages and Carribean Identities DeGraff W 12-3 4-146
24.909 Field Methods in Linguistics Walkow TR 11-12:30 56-169

Graduate Courses

Course # Course Title Instructor Day/Time Room
24.931 Language and Its Structure I: Phonology
(meets with undergraduate subject 24.901)
Steriade MW 11-12:30 35-310
24.932 Language and Its Structure II: Syntax
(meets with undergraduate subject 24.902)
DeGraff TR 1-2:30 56-162
24.946 Linguistic Theory and Japanese Language Miyagawa M 10-1 32-D461
24.949J Language Acquisition Hackl, Wexler T 10-1 32-D461
24.951 Introduction to Syntax Iatridou TR 11-12:30 56-162
24.955 More Advanced Syntax Iatridou, Walkow W 10-1 32-D461
24.960 Syntactic Models Pesetsky T 2-5 32-D461
24.961 Introduction to Phonology Kenstowicz MW 1-2:30 56-180
24.964 Topics in Phonology Flemming R 9:30-12:30 32-D461
24.970 Introduction to Semantics Hackl, Schwarzschild TR 2:30-4 4-145
24.979 Topics in Semantics Fox, Schwarzschild M 2-5 32-D461
24.991 Workshop Pesetsky, Steriade R 2-5 32-D461
24.992 Survey of General Linguistics Staff TBA  
24.S95 Special Seminar: Language, Computation, and Biology Berwick, Chomsky F 11-2 32-D461
24.THG Graduate Thesis See Dept.    

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

last updated: April 30, 2014

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