Dan Jurafsky: Previous Courses

SPRING 2014
ling197a:
Undergraduate Research Seminar

Mon 2:15-4:05

cs224s/ling285:
Spoken Language Processing

Tu/Thu 2:15-3:30
WINTER 2014
cs124/ling180:
From Languages to Information

Tu/Thu 3:15-4:30, in 420-040
WINTER 2012 Natural Language Processing
Free online, with Chris Manning!
Next offering: Winter 2014.


cs124/ling180:
From Languages to Information

Tue/Thu 9:30-10:45

ling62n:The Language of Food
Tue/Thu 3:15-4:30pm,

SUMMER 2011 Linguistic Institute 2011
LING 7800-005:
Computational Extraction of Social and Interactional Meaning from Speech

Co-taught with Mari Ostendorf
Tue/Fri 3:30-5:15, Koelbel 300, CU Boulder

WINTER 2011 CS 124/LINGUIST 180:
From Languages to Information

Tue/Thu 9:30-10:45 in Herrin T195

LINGUIST 289:
Topics in Computational Linguistics: History of Computational Linguistics

Co-taught with Martin Kay
Tue 2:15-5:05, Margaret Jacks 126

AUTUMN 2010 LINGUIST 287/CS 424P:
Extracting Social Meaning and Sentiment

Co-taught with Chris Potts
Tue 2:15-4:30, Room 460-126

Winter 2010    CS 124/LINGUIST 180:
From Languages to Information

Tue/Thu 3:15-4:30 in Meyer Forum Room 124

CS 224U/LINGUIST 288:
Natural Language Understanding

Co-taught with Bill MacCartney
Tue/Thu 9:30-10:45, in Art 4

Autumn 2009    LINGUIST 247/PSYCH 227:
Information-Theoretic Models of Language and Cognition

Co-taught with Michael Ramscar
Tue/Thu 3:15-4:30, Room 460-126

Winter 2009    CS 124/LINGUIST 180:
From Languages to Information

Tue/Thu 9:30-10:45, Room 200-030
CS 224S/LINGUIST 281:
Speech Recognition and Synthesis

Tue/Thu 3:15-4:30, Room 460-126
Autumn 2009    LINGUIST 62n:
The Language of Food

Tue/Thu 3:15-4:30pm, 126 Margaret Jacks Hall
Winter 2008    LINGUIST 62n: The Language of Food
Tue/Thu 3:15-4:30pm, 126 Margaret Jacks Hall
Autumn 2007    LING180: Introduction to Computational Linguistics
Tue/Thu 9:30-10:45am, ART 4
CS 224U/LING 288/188: Natural Language Understanding
(with Chris Manning)
Tue/Thu 3:15-4:30pm, ART 4
Summer 2007    LSA 352: Speech Recognition and Synthesis in the LSA Summer Institute
Mon/Thu 3:45-5:30pm,Bldg 160 Room 319
LSA 306: Computational Linguistics in Industry in the LSA Summer Institute
Tue/Fri 3:45-5:30pm, 100 Cordura Hall
Winter 2007    CS 224S/LING 281: Speech Recognition and Synthesis
TTh 10:00-11:15am, History 200-217
PSYCH 227/LING 247: PSYCH 227/LING 247: Seminar in Psycholinguistics:
  Models of Human and Machine Speech and Language Processing

Tuesday 3:45-6:30, 50-51P
Autumn 2006    LING180: Intro to Computer Speech and Language Processing
Winter 2006    CS 224S/LING 281: Speech Recognition and Synthesis
CS 224U/LING 288/188: Natural Language Understanding
Autumn 2005    LING180: Intro to Computer Speech and Language Processing
Spring 2005 SYMBSYS 100: Intro to Cognitive Science
PSYCH 227/LING 247: Seminar: Psycholinguistics of Conversational Speech
Winter 2005 CS 224S/LINGUIST 281: Speech Recognition and Synthesis
Autumn 2005 LINGUIST 138/238 - SYMBSYS 138: Introduction to Computer Speech and Language Processing
Spring 2004 CS 224S/LINGUIST 136/236: Speech Recognition and Synthesis
Winter 2004 LING 247: Seminar in Psycholinguistics: Sentence Processing
At the University of Colorado, Boulder:
Fall 2003 LING 7800/CSCI 7000: Advanced Computational Linguistics
Spring 2003 LING 2000: Introduction to Linguistics

LING 5300: Research in Psycholinguistics
Spring, Fall 2002 On Sabbatical
Spring 2001 CSCI 7000/4830 "Speech Recognition and Synthesis"(S01)
Fall 2000 LING/PSYC 3005/CSCI 3702/PHIL 3300 "Cognitive Science" co-taught with Walter Kintsch.

LING 5200 "Computational Corpus Linguistics"
Spring 2000 LING/PSYC 5300 "Research in Psycholinguistics"
Fall 1999 LING 3005/PSYC 3005/CSCI 3702/PHIL 3300 "Cognitive Science" with Prof. Daniel Stoljar of Philosophy
Spring 1999 LING 5200/6300 "Introduction to Computational Corpus Linguistics"
Fall 1998 LING 4030/5030 "Linguistic Phonetics"
Spring 1998 LING 5300 "Research in Psycholinguistics"
Fall 1997 LING 7800 "Seminar in Computational and Corpus Linguistics"
Spring 1997 LING 7200 "Computational methods in linguistics", an introduction to computational methods and areas in linguistics.
LING 6200/CSCI 7000 "Issues and Methodologies in Cognitive Science" with Prof. Mike Eisenberg (Computer Science). This is a grad-level intro to cognitive science.
Fall 1996 LING 4030/5030 "Linguistic Phonetics", an introduction to the full range of sounds used in the world's languages, how they are produced, their acoustic characteristics, how they combine in continuous speech, and their function in language.

LING Proseminar, a survey of professional issues in linguistics, for Ph.D. students.
Spring 1996 CSCI 7000-007 "Issues and Methodologies in Cognitive Science" with Prof. Mike Eisenberg (Computer Science). This is a grad-level intro to cognitive science.