Language and Prehistory

Anthropology 376

Usual Description

This course examines what anthropologists can glean from the prehistoric human past through the study of language relatedness, linguistic reconstruction, and language change. The major theoretical approaches to and methodologies of historical linguistics will be introduced and then applied to specific case studies from around the world. Major issues to be addressed will include prehistoric population contacts and movements, as well as the reconstruction of protolanguages and protocultures.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Anthropology 376 Taught by Jason Haugen
Anthropology 376
Anthropology 376 Taught by Jason Haugen
Anthropology 376 Taught by Jason Haugen
Anthropology 376 Taught by Jason Haugen
Anthropology 376 Taught by Jason Haugen