Language Sciences is a hub for cross-disciplinary and cross-departmental collaborative research, teaching, service, and outreach related to the scientific study of human language at UW-Madison. Language Sciences houses an undergraduate Linguistics major, a Ph.D. program in Linguistics, and a Linguistics Ph.D. minor. We also offer courses in American Sign Language. Our faculty from across campus are engaged in innovative research projects spanning a broad range of topics and methods of inquiry.
Language Sciences faculty from across campus engage in many types of research into language, including formal studies of grammar, state-of-the-art psycholinguistic experiments, and community outreach projects.
Linguistics Fridays: Goodale on Montevideo Female Intonation @ 3:00 pm 201 Van Hise
Prelim defense: Jae Weller @ 2:30 pm 1151 Van Hise
Linguistics Fridays: Sheydaei on Dearborn English @ 3:00 pm 201 Van Hise
Exploring Graduate Study in Languages & Linguistics: Panel Discussion @ 4:00 pm 1418 Van Hise Hall
Linguistics Fridays: Daly Thompson on language and gender in Tanzania @ 3:00 pm 201 Van Hise
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