Language in Indigenous Culture
An intensive examination of the ways in which language is embedded in the cultural heritage and social context of a selected community, with a focus on oral history, including legends, song, dance, and cultural practices, methods and protocols, along with the impacts and implications of social change on language.
Notes: - Registration is normally limited to students in the B.Ed. in Indigenous Language Revitalization, Diploma in Indigenous Language Revitalization or Certificate Program in Aboriginal Language Revitalization.
- Normally delivered in community settings to students and non-credit participants with a focus on the language and culture of the community.
Undergraduate course in Linguistics offered by the Department of Linguistics in the Faculty of Humanities.