The Department of Linguistics hosted NWAV48, the major North American conference devoted to sociolinguistic language variation and change, on campus from October 10-12, 2019.
Linguistics Faculty gear up for the upcoming year!
The American Committee of Slavists (ACS) serves to coordinate American participation in the International Congress of Slavists, an international meeting held every five years on a rotating basis in a West, East, or South Slavic venue.
Linguistics Professor, Volya Kapatsinski's, recent publication: Changing Minds Changing Tools From Learning Theory to Language Acquisition to Language Change
Linguistics faculty are making waves with all the recent awards!
Current Linguistics PhD students highlighted for their diversity of research.