Middlebury

LNGT0421

Arabic Linguistic Variation

Aspects of Arabic Linguistic Variation
In this course we will focus on aspects of Arabic linguistic variation across the Arab world. Topics will include: regional variation among major Arabic dialects in the lexicon and grammar; alternation in usage between Modern Standard Arabic and the vernacular dialects; and variation tied to literary, religious, and political discourse. Readings will consist of Arabic texts taken from a variety of sources, including print and non-print media, political speeches and commentaries, and the language of literature. This course will be taught in Arabic. (ARBC 0302 or equivalent) 3 hrs. sem.
Subject:
Linguistics
Department:
Linguistics
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
AAL LNG SOC
Equivalent Courses:
ARBC0421 *

Sections

Fall 2015

LNGT0421A-F15 Lecture (Nassif)

Fall 2013

LNGT0421A-F13 Lecture (Soltan)