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Courses

Undergraduate Courses Fall-Winter 2018-19

Please note that room assignments can change at the last minute. To confirm class locations, please refer to the Arts and Science Timetable, which also provides tutorial locations.

Access to course information and materials may be available through the Blackboard system.

Course descriptions are available in the Faculty of Arts and Science Undergraduate Calendar.

New: Linguistics courses at a glance (by area, term and number of students).

Changes are indicated by bold text.

Fall courses


Code Name Instructor Time Room
TBB199H1 F
LEC 0281
Language in Canadian Society J. Chambers T 14-16 SS 581
TBB199H1 F
LEC 0282
Language and Advertising D. Heller W 14-16 AH 304
TBB199H1 F
LEC 0283
Language and Social Justice N. Sanders M 14-16 AH 304
LIN101H1 F
LEC 0101
Introduction to Linguistics: Sound Structure M. Brook T 13-15 OI G162
LIN101H1 F
LEC 5101
Introduction to Linguistics: Sound Structure M. Brook T 18-20 MS 3153
LIN200H1 F Introduction to Language N. Sanders R 19-21 PB B150
LIN201H1 F Canadian English M. Brook M 17-19 SS 1084
LIN203H1 F English Words E. Melara W 18-20 PB B150
LIN228H1 F Phonetics N. Sanders M 10-12 KP 108
LIN232H1 F Syntactic Patterns in Language N. LaCara R 14-16 SS 2117
LIN323H1 F Acoustic Phonetics M. Chasin R 9-11 WI 523
LIN331H1 F Syntactic Theory S. Béjar M 13-16 UC 52
LIN341H1 F Semantic Theory G. Thomas T 12-14
R 12-13
UC 244
UC 244
LIN362H1 F Historical Linguistics A. Nazarov T 17-20 SS 1084
LIN432H1 F Advanced Morphology S. Béjar W 10-12 SS 2112
LIN439H1 F Research in Syntax N. LaCara W 18-20 SS 2101
LIN456H1 F Language Variation and Change N. Nagy T 15-17
R 16-17
SS 561
SS 561
LIN458H1 F Revitalizing Languages B.J. Maracle HI CART AP 120
JAL401H1 F
LEC 0101
Field Linguistics S. Lima M 16-18
W 16-18
BL 113
BL 113
JAL401H1 F
LEC 0102
Field Linguistics S. Lima T 14-16
R 14-16
SS 2119
JLP374H1 F Psychology of Language D. Heller R 13-16 LM 161
JLS472H1 F Child Language Disorders E. Hall W 13-16 RU 453
JLS476H1 F Linguistics in the Workforce:
Clinical Practice and Research
S. Ng M 13-16 RU 453
Sept 17 only: OI 5150

Winter courses


Code Name Instructor Time Room
TBB199H1 S
LEC 0281
Exploring Heritage Languages N. Nagy W 10-12
LIN102H1 S
LEC 0101
Introduction to Linguistics:
Sentence Structure and Meaning
S. Béjar T 13-15 BR 200
LIN102H1 S
LEC 5101
Introduction to Linguistics:
Sentence Structure and Meaning
S. Béjar T 18-20 MS 3154
LIN200H1 S Introduction to Language N. Sanders R 19-21 PB B150
LIN204H1 S English Grammar D. Milway R 19-21 ES 1050
LIN229H1 S Sound Patterns in Language A. Nazarov M 10-12 RW 117
LIN241H1 S Introduction to Semantics G. Thomas R 15-17 SS 2118
LIN251H1 S Introduction to Sociolinguistics M. Brook W 15-17 SS 2118
LIN305H1 S Quantitative Methods in Linguistics N. Sanders M 14-15
W 13-15
CR 325
CR 325
LIN306H1 S Language Diversity and Language Universals S. Lima W 10-13 RW 142
LIN322H1 S Phonological Theory P. Jurgec T 13-14
R 13-15
SS 2105
SS 2105
LIN333H1 S Morphological Patterns in Language N. LaCara M 9-12 BF 215
LIN351H1 S Sociolinguistic Patterns in Language M. Brook R 10-12 SS 1069
LIN451H1 S Urban Dialectology J. Chambers R 15-17 SS 2105
LIN481H1 S Introduction to Analysis and Argumentation K. Moulton M 15-17
W 15-16
KP 113
KP 113
LIN490H1 S Special Topics:
Computational Phonology
A. Nazarov T 14-16
JAL328H1 S Writing Systems K. Nara R 18-21 LM 162
JLP315H1 S Language Acquisition H. Yawney W 16-19 SS 2102
JLP471H1 S Advanced Psycholinguistics D. Heller R 10-12 ES 4000

6 September 2018