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The UNT Linguistics program offers an environment of discovery through research, field experiences, and course work in core areas linguistics with a focus on language documentation and description, computational linguistics, language variation, and English language pedagogy.
Join us on March 23rd at 6:00pm for a special presentation on the Art of Inventing Languages. David Peterson and Jessie Sams will discuss their work creating languages for television, film, and games, including Game of Thrones, Dune, The 100, Thor: The Dark World, and more!
When alumnus Chris Morphew (BA Linguistics with a minor in Italian 2012/MA Linguistics 2014 with TESOL certificate) is asked about Dr. Haj Ross, his memories are that Haj taught him to love language, to look at the big picture and find ways to break language apart, to think critically, and to...
Julia Penick graduates with a B.A. in Linguistics and reflects on what she’s learned about the study of language while at COI:
Over the past four years, I’ve learned so much about language and how it works. COI linguistics courses inspired...