Linguistics: The Scientific Study of Language
Simon Fraser University has one of the largest and most diverse linguistics programs in Canada. We offer a wide range of courses about language at the undergraduate level, including certificate programs in Speech Science and TESL, as well as graduate programs leading to MA and PhD degrees. Research in linguistics at SFU is characterized by interdisciplinarity, breadth in research methodology, and diversity in theoretical perspective. learn more →
LING 111 - Introduction to English Vocabulary Analysis
Have you ever wondered how dictionaries are created? Why do words evolve street meanings that you don't find in the dictionary? Find out how the vocabulary of modern English is impacted by technology, social media, typography, and the many varieties of World Englishes in our present-day global community. learn more →
Fall 2017 | News & Events
Congratulations to our graduands on your accomplishments! For guests attending today's ceremonies in Convocation Mall, please refer to the Convocation guide to Parking and Transportation for maps and more information. The departmental reception for our graduands and their guests will take place at 4:15pm in Robert C. Brown Hall 9100. The ceremony will also be broadcast live online see https://www.sfu.ca/convocation.html for full details on today's events.
Linguistics Colloquia Series
(Open to the Public)
Free lectures by visiting scholars from around the world. Join us for lively discussions on current topics in Linguistics research.
Claire Moore-Cantwell (Simon Fraser University)
Thursday, October 26, 2017
12:30-1:30 pm | RCB 7402
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