Linguistics Department

Dag Lindeberg


ASL 326 • Sign Langs & Sign Communs-Wb

40250 • Spring 2021
Meets TTH 12:30PM-2:00PM
Internet; Synchronous
CD (also listed as LIN 350)
Examines grammar of sign languages, how signed languages are acquired,
and variation within signing communities with a focus on American Sign
Language. We will look at sign language planning and policies,
different kind of signing communities, and origins of sign languages
both inside and outside the US. The course is taught in American Sign
Language and interpreted in English. Knowledge of American Sign
Language is not required.

This course may be counted toward the fulfillment of ASL minor requirements.

May not be counted toward fulfillment of the foreign language
requirement for any bachelor's degree.

Linguistics 350 (Topic: Language, Cognition, & Rhythm) and 350 (Topic
7)may not both be counted.

Prerequisite: Varies with the topic. Additional prerequisite:
Upper-division standing.

Course number may be repeated for credit when the topics vary.

Taught online during scheduled times.

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