|Course Title||Structure of Navajo|
|Times and Days||TTH 01:15pm-02:30pm
|Room Location||Trotter Hall 203|
|Additional Course Info|| |
Navajo is an Athabaskan language spoken more commonly than any other Native American language in the United States. This course is an examination of the major phonological, morphological, syntactic, and semantic structures of Navajo. The morphology of this language is legendary. This course also considers the history of the language and its cultural context.