So, this class... even though it is called Slavic Linguistics, was not a class where we learned about Slavic Linguistics. It was just taught through the Slavic department and used many Slavic examples. The course actually taught the linguistic ideas behind bilingualism. This was very interesting to me because I myself am (at the least) bilingual.
It was a really fun class, but there was a lot of readings. It was okay though because some of the readings turned out to be really valuable.
I was really happy that I was allowed to choose to focus on Swedish for the two papers I wrote and the research I put into the papers turned out to be really valuable as well.
My papers are posted in my portfolio: