ANTH 3303 : Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
3Class Hours0Laboratory Hours3Credit Hours Prerequisite:ANTH 1102 Languages constitute the social life and cultural practices that anthropologists study. This course introduces the student to anthropological approaches to the study of language use, which is distinct from a linguist's approach to language. Students learn how languages shape and reflect our thoughts and identities. Students examine the complex world of meaning-making, which form the fundamental component of our social, political, economic, and cultural life.