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Subjects (single subject course)

Name Path
- African Languages Languages and Literatures - Departments - Open pages
AF1100 H17 Språk och samhälle i Afrika, 7,5 hp - African Languages - Languages and Literatures - Departments - Open pages
AF1110 V18 Introduktion till swahili, 7,5 hp - African Languages - Languages and Literatures - Departments - Open pages
AF2203 H17 African Languages, Methodology and Fieldwork, 15 hp - African Languages - Languages and Literatures - Departments - Open pages
AF2205, H17, Comparative Linguistics and Language Typology, 7,5 hp - African Languages - Languages and Literatures - Departments - Open pages
AF2206 V18 African Languages, Historical Linguistics of African Languages, 7,5 hp - African Languages - Languages and Literatures - Departments - Open pages
AF2208 H17 African Language Structures, 7,5 hp - African Languages - Languages and Literatures - Departments - Open pages
AF2209 V18 African Languages, Theory - African Languages - Languages and Literatures - Departments - Open pages