AP/FR4183 3.0 M: French-Based Creoles

Offered by: FR


Winter 2021


Cancelled: Section





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

The course examines the historical context of the genesis and evolution of French-based creoles in former French colonies. The course examines issues related to language, history, culture and identity in creole-speaking communities. It addresses linguistic and sociolinguistic topics from a diachronic perspective.Prerequisite: AP/FR 2100 6.00.

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