LINGUIST 389S - Linguistic Human Rights in the Americas

Description
This DukeImmerse course brings together topics of language and human rights, focusing on situations of linguistic disparities in the Americas. Explores questions of language contact, bilingualism and endangered languages from perspective of social injustices and human rights. Examines how language aids in the construct of social context and institutions and how it reflects and sustains social realities, reflecting on situations of oppression and how they are associated to sociolinguistic attitudes and behavior. Explores overlap of linguistic human rights with cultural and minority rights; all in connection to the right of maintaining one’s identity as well as sustaining human rights. Instructor consent required. Instructor: Paredes
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Seminar (CCI) Cross Cultural Inquiry (EI) Ethical Inquiry DukeImmerse Cross-listed in another department (SS) Social Sciences
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2017
Offered
MW, TuTh
Avg. Class Size
18
Avg. Sections
1