Explorations in Arts and Humanities; Language and Antiracism
Restricted to first semester first year students in the College of Arts and Humanities. This sociolinguistics seminar is addressed to incoming ARHU majors, particularly those seeking a degree that will allow them to teach any language (including both L1 and L2) at any educational level. It is anchored in a critical interdisciplinary approach -- sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, Hispanic applied linguistics, linguistic anthropology, sociology, social psychology, race studies, Latinx studies, language acquisition, education, Hip-Hop studies -- that emphasizes the social, political and ideological dimensions of language. Its objective is to raise linguistic awareness through the implementation of antiracist language teaching methods in the language classroom.
Sister Courses: ARHU158A, ARHU158B, ARHU158C, ARHU158D, ARHU158E, ARHU158F, ARHU158G, ARHU158I, ARHU158J, ARHU158K, ARHU158L, ARHU158M, ARHU158N, ARHU158O, ARHU158P, ARHU158Q, ARHU158R, ARHU158T, ARHU158U, ARHU158V, ARHU158Y, ARHU158Z