Undergraduate Bulletin

Spring 2024

HUL: Romance Languages

HUL 324: Romance Linguistics

The history and contemporary structures of the Romance languages. We will examine the many similarities in their grammatical structures, as well as the differences in their phonology, morphology, syntax, and lexicon. In addition to the standard European varieties of Romance languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, Rumanian, Spanish), we will study the "minor" Romance languages (Latin American varieties of Spanish, Catalan, French Creoles, Italian "dialects", etc.). This course is offered as both HUL 324 and LIN 324.

Pre- or corequisite: One of the following: FRN 312, ITL 312, LAT 112, SPN 312

Advisory Prerequisites: LIN 101, LIN 201, LIN 211

DEC:     I
SBC:     HFA+

3 credits