Our research aims to discover the rules and representations underlying the structure of particular languages and what they reveal about the general principles that determine the form and development of language in the individual and the species.


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Michel DeGraff’s course on Radio Chalk
Michel DeGraff’s undergraduate linguistics course “Creole languages & Caribbean identities” is featured on Radio Chalk, the podcast serie...
Davis to USC
Congratulations to finishing student Colin Davis, who has accepted a position as Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Southern Calif...
Summer talk series: Rafael Abramovitz (5/28)
Speaker: Rafael Abramovitz (MIT) Title: Deconstructing Inverse Case Attraction  Time: Thursday, May 28, 12:30pm-2pm EST Abstract: In this...
Michel DeGraff’s course on Radio Chalk
Michel DeGraff’s undergraduate linguistics course “Creole languages & Caribbean identities” is featured on Radio Chalk, the podcast serie...
Davis to USC
Congratulations to finishing student Colin Davis, who has accepted a position as Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Southern Calif...
Summer talk series: Rafael Abramovitz (5/28)
Speaker: Rafael Abramovitz (MIT) Title: Deconstructing Inverse Case Attraction  Time: Thursday, May 28, 12:30pm-2pm EST Abstract: In this...
Michel DeGraff’s course on Radio Chalk
Michel DeGraff’s undergraduate linguistics course “Creole languages & Caribbean identities” is featured on Radio Chalk, the podcast serie...
Davis to USC
Congratulations to finishing student Colin Davis, who has accepted a position as Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Southern Calif...
Summer talk series: Rafael Abramovitz (5/28)
Speaker: Rafael Abramovitz (MIT) Title: Deconstructing Inverse Case Attraction  Time: Thursday, May 28, 12:30pm-2pm EST Abstract: In this...

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