Description:
Linguistic evolution of the English language as a result of contact with English-speaking nations and its emergence in local social, historical, cultural, and political contexts around the world. Emphasis on English as an international, second and foreign language in different types of English using societies. Includes case studies from the Caribbean and Puerto Rico contexts.

Three credit hours. Three hours of lecture per week.Prerequisites: INGL 3104 or INGL 3202 or INGL 3212