Related Courses <page under construction>
“Linguistic landscape” touches on many different areas of study, across disciplines such as applied linguistics, language studies, area studies, ethnic studies, human and cultural geography, urban studies, (urban) sociology, anthropology, visual studies, rhetoric, and more. Below are some courses at UC Berkeley and at other institutions that might be of interest. Where available, links to syllabi or readings are also included.
This list is intended as an indication of the diversity of courses that might be out there; it does not attempt to be comprehensive. However, suggestions for additions are always welcome! (mail: daveski at berkeley dot edu). Note: Some graduate courses are included because of overlapping areas of interest. But if you’re interested, please follow up with relevant faculty and/or departments.
At UC Berkeley
- Chinese 280, Modern Chinese Cultural Studies: “Intermedial Spaces and Urban Modernity in China” (Weihong Bao, Spring 2013)
- East Asian Languages and Cultures 103, “Writing, Visuality, and the Powers of Images” (William Schaefer, Spring 2010)
- UGIS 120, “Introduction to Applied Language Studies” (Claire Kramsch, Fall 2012) (see ALS minor page)