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ROML 2150

Course Name:
Language Diversity and Linguistic Identity: Romance Languages in the United States
Credit Hours:

Issues of language diversity and linguistic identity, with a special focus on the Romance Languages spoken in the United States. This course explores the history, demographics, and structure of French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish in the United States, adopting current techniques in sociolinguistics and dialectology. Taught in English.

Duplicate Credit:
Not open to students with credit in SPAN 2150

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