Current courses

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Fall 2017 Course Offerings

Haitian Kreyòl @ NYU

09/5/2017 – 12/15/2017
with Wynnie Lamour (wl49@nyu.edu)

Elementary Haitian Kreyòl I
Mon, Wed, Fri 12:30 – 1:45 PM
Location: NYU, 53 Washington Square South, 4W

Undergraduates and NYU Doctoral Students register for:
LATC-UA 121 | 4 units | section 001
Graduate Students register for:
LATC-GA 2965 | 4 units | section 001
(Haitian Creole in Context; may include additional graduate work)

Elementary Haitian Kreyòl II
Mon, Wed, Fri 12:30 — 1:45 PM
Location: NYU, 53 Washington Square South, 4W

Undergraduates and NYU Doctoral Students register for:
LATC-UA 122 | 4 units | section 001
Graduate Students register for:
LATC-GA 2965 | 4 units | section 001
(Haitian Creole in Context; may include additional graduate work)

Quechua @ NYU

09/5/2017 – 12/15/2017
with Odi Gonzales (og10@nyu.edu)

Beginning Quechua I
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 9:30AM – 10:45AM
Location: NYU at 194M 207

Undergraduates and NYU Doctoral Students register for:
SPAN-UA 81 | 4 units | section 001
Graduate Students register for:
LATC-GA 10 | 4 units | section 001

Beginning Quechua II
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 11:00AM – 12:15PM
Location: NYU, 194M 207

Undergraduates and NYU Doctoral Students register for:
SPAN-UA 82 | 4 units | section 001
Graduate Students register for:
LATC-GA 11 | 4 units | section 001

Intermediate Quechua I
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 2:00PM – 3:15PM
Location: NYU, 194m 207

Undergraduates and NYU Doctoral Students register for:
SPAN-UA 83 | 4 units | section 001
Graduate Students register for:
LATC-GA 20 | 4 units | section 001

Fall 2017 Course Offerings

Náhuatl @ Columbia

09/6/2017 – 12/11/2017
with Angel Vicente Ferrer

Elementary Nahuatl I
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 10:10AM – 11:25AM
Location: Columbia, IAB 802

 Undergraduates register for:
NAHU UN1102 | 4 points | section 001
Graduate Students register for:
GR5100 | 4 units | section 001
Description: The main objective of the course  is to provide students with a general overview of the language, specifically targeting the dialectical varieties spoken in central Mexico, in the states of Tlaxcala, Puebla central and Mexico City; classified by Lastra Suarez (1975) and Canger (1988), among others, as “Central Nahuatl”. The specific objectives that this introductory course pursues are such that learners: a) understand the Náhuatl grammatical structure; b) develop basic literacy skills in this language: verbal and written expression, as well as reading comprehension on texts of considerable length; c) appreciate the Náhuatl language as a vital language, present in different cultural and social spheres of “nahua” speaking communities, with a history and a background of their own; and d) appreciate the dialectal and cultural diversity of the Náhuatl language spoken in Mexico.

Elementary Nahuatl I
Monday, Wedensday, Thursday, 11:40AM – 12:55PM
Location: Columbia, Hamilton 420 (Monday); IAB 802 (Wednesday, Thursday)

Undergraduates register for:
NAHU UN2101 | 4 points | section 001
Graduate Students register for:
GR5200 | 4 units | section 001

Description: Intermediate Náhuatl (dialectical variety from Central Mexico) has a doublé purpose; first, to reinforce the knowledge acquired during Comprehensive Náhuatl I/II, and second, serve as a precursor to more advanced courses about the Culture and Náhuatl language from Central Mexico. The specific objectives of this course are: a) to advance the knowledge of the gramatical structure of  Náhuatl, b) to increment the oral, written and reading abilities of the students through intermediate text comprehension; c) to appreciate Náhuatl as a vital and living language, present in many different cultural and social speheres of Nahautl communities, with itsw own history and developoment, and d) to apreicate the dialectical and cultural diversity of spoken Náhuatl in Mexico.


Fall 2017 Course Offerings

Mixtec @ CUNY/Lehman College

08/25/2017 – 12/20/2017
with Jose Higuera

WFL 111-A01 Elementary Mixteco I  (hybrid)

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 11:00AM – 1:00PM
Location: Lehman college, Carman B86

3 credits

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