|Course Title||Modality in Language: Mandarin and ASL as Examples|
|Times and Days||W 01:30pm-04:00pm
|Room Location||Off Campus|
|Additional Course Info|| |
We look at five issues where modality effects might be expected to be evidenced, comparing the data on Mandarin and ASL and discussing possible ramifications for linguistic theory. The five issues range across the grammar. Thie course is being taught at Haverford College.
One prior or concurrent course in linguistics. No knowledge of Mandarin or ASL will be assumed.