C‌‌‌‌lAn undergraduate degree in Linguistics provides opportunities to study the formal, functional and systemic nature of language and languages as both social and cognitive phenomena. Although a discipline in its own right, Linguistics has cognate relationships with a wide array of disciplines, suggested by the interdisciplinary nature of many of the courses in the program. Faculty members from Anthropology, English, French, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, and other disciplines participate.



LIPS Talk: What: “Bilingual life after school: Opportunity, choice and ideology among former Gaelic-medium students”

BIO: Stuart Dunmore
Friday, September 22, 2017
4:30 p.m., 218 Burke, Saint Mary's University


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