In linguistics, we try to understand the universal underpinnings of human language. The work of our department reflects this pursuit. In our research and teaching, while our main area of interest is the study of English, we also investigate data from non-English languages such as Hungarian, Dutch, Spanish, and Arabic.
Our academic profile covers a wide range of linguistic disciplines including syntax, (lexical) semantics, morphology, pragmatics, linguistic typology, child language, as well as experimental and computational linguistics. Further information about our research activities can be found here.
We encourage our students in all of our programs to find and explore research topics that they find most interesting. We organize a variety of events to help them achieve this goal.
Our scholarly activities are also complemented by an equally diverse variety of social programs. For more information, read the different sections of this website.
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- Information for international students about the application process to our undergraduate and graduate programs