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ENGL 3860 : Topics in the History of the English Language
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ECWR-BA: English and Creative Writing
LINGUIST-MINOR: Linguistics Minor
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Topics in the History of the English Language
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History of English Language
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The cultural and literary functions of English across time and space. Scope and methodology vary by instructor. Topics may include language and identity, theoretical and linguistic approaches to language, multilingualism, diasporic writing, or history and periodization.
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SEAS - Humanities Electives
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