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Course Name:
Topics in Advanced Spanish Phonology and Phonetics
Credit Hours:
3 hours

Students will work with current models of formal phonological analysis, including Optimality Theory and Exemplar Theory, as well as phonetically-informed approaches, to look at both synchronic and diachronic phenomena in the language. Data from both modern Spanish dialects and the historical evolution of the language is therefore considered, as is morphological and morphophonological change and variation. Taught in Spanish or English.

Offered fall semester every odd-numbered year.


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