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This course builds on foundational material presented in Generative Linguistics I and extends them to the study of ASL and other sign languages. Lectures include continued opportunity for hands-on practice in deriving various syntactic structures, and also develop students’ abilities to independently read and understand articles in generative linguistics.

Prerequisites: LIN 702 or permission of instructor

Program: Linguistics

Credit: 3

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