San Jorge of Santiago -Cape Verde islands- Marlyse Baptista's field site.
Undergraduate Linguistics concentrator, Bryn Hauk (2nd from left), traveled through Russia documenting the use of the endangered language Veps for her Honors Thesis.
Warlpiri and Light Warlpiri speakers with Carmel O'Shannessey, Australia
Kevin and Nora McGowan man a poster at the 168th Meeting of the ASA in San Antonio.
Véronique Delvaux visits the Phonetics lab and watches her articulation on the Ultrasound.
Linguists at the Concentration Fair
Linguistics at Michigan
Linguistics at the University of Michigan has unusual synergies tied to exploring and modeling fundamental aspects of linguistic knowledge and integrating that knowledge with diverse approaches to linguistic study, particularly as linked to the study of language as a cognitive endowment and process and the study of language as a central component of human cultures, social action, and perception.
We have particular strengths in areas of language contact, including pidgins and creoles and bilingualism; the relation between phonetics and phonology; and the syntax-semantics interface.
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- Where are our graduate alumni now? November 24, 2013
- Nick Henriksen (RLL) in the Journal of the International Phonetic Association November 24, 2013
- Carmel O'Shannessy at the AAA in Chicago November 24, 2013
- Syntax/Semantics: Ed Cormany
Speaker: Ed Cormany
- Colloquium: Carole Chaski
- 05:30 PM
- Colloquium: Shigeru Miyagawa