CTL3811H: Critical Perspectives on Language, Racism, and Settler-Colonialism

This course is designed to engage cutting-edge scholarship from applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, sociology of language, language policy, and history that interrogates the relationship between language, racism, and settler-colonialism. Besides engaging closely with this scholarship, the goal of this course is to deepen our understanding of critical social theory as it applies to language and language education in multiple contexts.

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Graduate Department
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning