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Indigenous Languages of the Americas

18A-C, 119A-C, 596


Indigenous Languages of the Americas

Lower Division Courses

18A-18B-18C. Elementary Quechua. Lecture, five hours. Course 18a is enforced requisite to 18B, which is enforced requisite to 18C. Language of the Incas and its present-day dialects, as spoken in Andean South America.

Upper Division Courses

119A-119B-119C. Advanced Quechua. Prerequisite: course 18C. Course 119A is prerequisite to 119B, which is prerequisite to 119C. Readings in Quechua. Dialectal and stylistic variation. Discussions mainly in Quechua.

Graduate Course

596. Directed Studies in Quechua (1 to 8 units). Prerequisites: courses 119A-119B-119C or consent of instructor. Directed individual study or research in Quechua. Four units may be applied toward M.A. course requirements. May be repeated for credit. S/U grading.