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LATINAM 301

: Music, Politics and Social Change
2024 Semester One (1243)
A theorised study of the history of twentieth-century social movements in Latin America through its poetry and music, largely as expressed in popular forms. The major focus is on the political and cultural manifestations of these expressions as they respond to and instigate social change.
Subject: Latin American Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points from LATINAM 201, SPANISH 202, 306, or 30 points at Stage II in BGlobalSt courses
Restriction: LATINAM 216, SPANISH 216
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LATINAM 301

: Music, Politics and Social Change
2021 Semester Two (1215)
A theorised study of the history of twentieth-century social movements in Latin America through its poetry and music, largely as expressed in popular forms. The major focus is on the political and cultural manifestations of these expressions as they respond to and instigate social change.
Subject: Latin American Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points from LATINAM 201, SPANISH 202, 306, or 30 points at Stage II in BGlobalSt courses
Restriction: LATINAM 216, SPANISH 216
1528

LATINAM 303

: Latin American History and Culture through Film
2023 Semester Two (1235)
A journey through five moments of Latin American history and culture, from its creation as a region imagined through the gaze of colonialism, through the development of an independent, revolutionary Third Cinema, to the present when globalisation is critiqued from the periphery.
Subject: Latin American Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points from LATINAM 216, 301, SPANISH 202, or 30 points at Stage II in BGlobalSt courses
Restriction: LATINAM 201
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LATINAM 303

: Latin American History and Culture through Film
2020 Semester One (1203)
A journey through five moments of Latin American history and culture, from its creation as a region imagined through the gaze of colonialism, through the development of an independent, revolutionary Third Cinema, to the present when globalisation is critiqued from the periphery.
Subject: Latin American Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points from LATINAM 216, 301, SPANISH 202, or 30 points at Stage II in BGlobalSt courses
Restriction: LATINAM 201
1530

LATINAM 306

: Latin American Icons: The Political Economy of Otherness
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An examination of the ways in which Latin America, as a place and a people, has served as a site of otherness and exoticism providing economic and symbolic capital for the consumption and pleasure of colonial, neo-colonial and neo-liberal powers. Latin American cultural studies texts offer students a way to read against the grain established by this process.
Subject: Latin American Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points from LATINAM 201, 216, SPANISH 201, 202, or 30 points at Stage II in BGlobalSt courses
Restriction: SPANISH 306, 729
1531

LATINAM 310

: Visual Cultures and Industries
2022 Semester One (1223)
Follows transformations in Latin American visual cultures and culture industries since the 1930s, from the liberal to the neoliberal era. Throughout this history, who controls visual media production and how does this control relate to democracy? Have recent alliances between Indigenous groups and social movements to introduce new Media Laws successfully widened participation and challenged corporate media ownership?
Subject: Latin American Studies
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II in BA courses or approval of Programme Coordinator
Restriction: LATINAM 210
1532

LATINAM 320

: Latin American Knowledges
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An examination of new knowledges produced in Latin America that have influenced socio-political theory and global epistemological paradigms but are subalternised as art, culture, or politics. Therefore this course will examine the link between theory and practice in the creation of new knowledge.
Subject: Latin American Studies
Prerequisite: 15 points from LATINAM 201, 216, POLITICS 234, SOCIOL 210, SPANISH 202, or 30 points at Stage II in BGlobalSt courses
Restriction: SPANISH 720
1533

LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2024 Semester One (1243)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
1534

LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2023 Semester Two (1235)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
1535

LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2023 Semester One (1233)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
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LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
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LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2022 Semester One (1223)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
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LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
1539

LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2021 Semester One (1213)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
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LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
1541

LINGUIST 100

: Introduction to Linguistics
2020 Semester One (1203)
An introduction to the main areas of linguistics: the production and function of sounds in language (phonetics and phonology), word structure and word formation (morphology), the principles of grammar through a study of sentence structure (syntax), and various aspects of meaning (semantics). The course is a self-contained introduction and assumes no prior knowledge of linguistics or language study.
Subject: Linguistics
Restriction: LINGUIST 103
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LINGUIST 101

: Language, Mind and Society
2023 Semester One (1233)
A survey of three areas: the interaction between language structure and use on the one hand, and social structure and social norms on the other (sociolinguistics); the relationship between linguistic and cultural knowledge (anthropological linguistics); and the inter-relationship of language and other cognitive structures, especially as it is revealed through language acquisition (psycholinguistics).
Subject: Linguistics
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1543

LINGUIST 101

: Language, Mind and Society
2022 Semester One (1223)
A survey of three areas: the interaction between language structure and use on the one hand, and social structure and social norms on the other (sociolinguistics); the relationship between linguistic and cultural knowledge (anthropological linguistics); and the inter-relationship of language and other cognitive structures, especially as it is revealed through language acquisition (psycholinguistics).
Subject: Linguistics
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1544

LINGUIST 101

: Language, Mind and Society
2021 Semester One (1213)
A survey of three areas: the interaction between language structure and use on the one hand, and social structure and social norms on the other (sociolinguistics); the relationship between linguistic and cultural knowledge (anthropological linguistics); and the inter-relationship of language and other cognitive structures, especially as it is revealed through language acquisition (psycholinguistics).
Subject: Linguistics
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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LINGUIST 101

: Language, Mind and Society
2020 Semester One (1203)
A survey of three areas: the interaction between language structure and use on the one hand, and social structure and social norms on the other (sociolinguistics); the relationship between linguistic and cultural knowledge (anthropological linguistics); and the inter-relationship of language and other cognitive structures, especially as it is revealed through language acquisition (psycholinguistics).
Subject: Linguistics
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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LINGUIST 101G

: Language, Mind and Society
2021 Semester One (1213)
A survey of three areas: the interaction between language structure and use on the one hand, and social structure and social norms on the other (sociolinguistics); the relationship between linguistic and cultural knowledge (anthropological linguistics); and the inter-relationship of language and other cognitive structures, especially as it is revealed through language acquisition (psycholinguistics).
Subject: Linguistics
No pre-requisites or restrictions
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LINGUIST 200

: Syntax
2024 Semester One (1243)
Continues on from LINGUIST 100 or 103 and consists of a formal and a functional part, providing problems and exercises in syntactic analysis, as well as an introduction to grammatical theories and types of grammatical system.
Subject: Linguistics
Prerequisite: LINGUIST 100 or 103
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LINGUIST 200

: Syntax
2023 Semester One (1233)
Continues on from LINGUIST 100 or 103 and consists of a formal and a functional part, providing problems and exercises in syntactic analysis, as well as an introduction to grammatical theories and types of grammatical system.
Subject: Linguistics
Prerequisite: LINGUIST 100 or 103
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LINGUIST 200

: Syntax
2022 Semester One (1223)
Continues on from LINGUIST 100 or 103 and consists of a formal and a functional part, providing problems and exercises in syntactic analysis, as well as an introduction to grammatical theories and types of grammatical system.
Subject: Linguistics
Prerequisite: LINGUIST 100 or 103
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LINGUIST 200

: Syntax
2021 Semester One (1213)
Continues on from LINGUIST 100 or 103 and consists of a formal and a functional part, providing problems and exercises in syntactic analysis, as well as an introduction to grammatical theories and types of grammatical system.
Subject: Linguistics
Prerequisite: LINGUIST 100 or 103