Here at UConn our Fall semester classes have started.
I’m happy to be teaching two graduate courses this semester.
On Wednesday afternoons, I’m teaching Ling 5110, Acquisition of Syntax – our first-semester grad course providing an overview of generative approaches to language acquisition. If you’re interested, you can find the syllabus here.
On Tuesday mornings, I’m team-teaching with Harry van der Hulst a seminar on Structure of Sign Languages. We’ve decided to focus the course on interfaces within and outside of grammar, while still giving an overview of (some of) what sign linguists find interesting in sign languages. The syllabus is here.