Joe Kessler
Ph.D student, University at Buffalo Linguistics
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Selected Coursework

From 2006 through the present, I have pursued post-secondary education in various subjects concerning language. The following courses have been beneficial in furthering that education within linguistics and related fields.

The College of William and Mary (2006 to 2010):
  • ANTH 204: The Study of Language
  • ANTH 300: History of Anthropological Theory
  • ANTH 310: Primate Behavior
  • ANTH 413: Language and Society
  • ANTH 415: Linguistic Anthropology
  • ANTH 418: Language Patterns
  • ANTH 470: Ape Communication and Human Language
  • ANTH 474: Language Attitudes in the USA

  • ARAB 101: Elementary Arabic

  • ENGL 303: History of the English Language
  • ENGL 304: Generative Syntax
  • ENGL 307: Phonetics and Phonology
  • ENGL 314: Old English
  • ENGL 400: Meaning and Understanding
  • ENGL 405: Descriptive Linguistics
  • ENGL 464: American Speech
  • ENGL 474: Child Language Acquisition
  • ENGL 475: Shakespeare's Language

  • HBRW 101: Elementary Biblical Hebrew
  • HBRW 102: Elementary Biblical Hebrew

  • INTR 495: Linguistics Honors Thesis
  • INTR 496: Linguistics Honors Thesis

  • PHIL 301: Symbolic Logic
  • PHIL 335: Philosophy of Language
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (2010 to present):
  • LIN 510: Morphology
  • LIN 514: Corpus Linguistics
  • LIN 515: Syntax I
  • LIN 519: Linguistics Professionalism Forum
  • LIN 521: Linguistic Anthropology
  • LIN 525: Typology and Universals
  • LIN 526: Comparative Syntactic Theories
  • LIN 527: Field Methods I
  • LIN 528: Field Methods II
  • LIN 531: Phonetics
  • LIN 532: Phonology I
  • LIN 538: Semantics I
  • LIN 539: Historical Linguistics
  • LIN 543: Semantics II
  • LIN 552: Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar
  • LIN 592: Neurolinguistics of Bilingualism
  • LIN 595: Sociolinguistics
  • LIN 621: Language Planning and Policy
  • LIN 621: Quantitative Methods in Linguistics
  • LIN 622: Language Documentation
  • LIN 623: Analogy
  • LIN 623: Inflectional Morphology
  • LIN 624: Austronesian Languages
  • LIN 624: Typological Properties of Mesoamerican Languages
  • LIN 625: Role & Reference Grammar
  • LIN 700: Doctoral Dissertation Guidance
Joe Kessler, July 2014

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