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AIS 545A - Structures of Non-Western Languages

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall
Course Description:

In-depth linguistic analysis of selected phonological, syntactic, and semantic problems in a non-Western language, concentrating on native languages of the Southwest area. Graduate-level requirements include a higher level of performance.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences