|Course Title||Language and Gender|
|Times and Days||W 01:15pm-04:00pm
|Room Location||Pearson Hall 006|
|Additional Course Info|| |
How do linguistic features and behaviors contribute to the complex social construction of gender, by individuals or at a community level? This course will cover a range of topics relating to gender and linguistics, including the morphosyntax of grammatical gender, speech act theory, sociophonetic variation as a part of gender presentation, cross-linguistic comparisons of gender marking on pronouns, and more. Several subdisciplines of linguistics will be covered, including phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics, and sociolinguistics.