- Congratulations to Adam Aaronson, Computer Science major, LING 100 alumnus, and potential Linguistic minor, for having a crossword puzzle published in The New York Times
01/08/2020 - "University of Illinois student Adam Aaronson created Saturday’s crossword puzzle in The New York Times to include several interesting and fun words that have never been used before in The New York
Recent Linguistics PhD Grad and Dr. Melissa Bowles have an article in the Dec 2019 TESOL Quarterly titled "How deeply do second language learners process written corrective feedback?
Ionin, Tania & Matushansky, Ora. (2018). Cardinals: The syntax and semantics of cardinal-containing expressions.
Ionin, T., & Rispoli, M. (n.d.). Three streams of generative language acquisition research: Introduction (Vol. 63). John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Language Maintenance, Revival and Shift in the Sociology of Religion, Edited by:
Peter Lasersohn (2017) Subjectivity and Perspective in Truth-theoretic Semantics. Oxford University Press.
- Hittite class, offered by the Department of Linguistics for the first time this fall, combines 21st-century and Bronze Age technology
12/09/2019 - Hittite class, taught by Professor Ryan Shosted, offers students with opportunities to engage with an extinct language using both modern technology and ancient methods of pressing cuneiform symbols
11/13/2019 - Congratulations to Linda Sims, a Lecturer in the ESL Program here at Illinois and a MATESL grad, for receiving the 2020
10/15/2019 - All international students at UIUC are invited to attend Fall 2019 UIUC ESL Grammar Workshop Series hosted by students in EIL 422 English Grammar for ESL Teachers and
09/24/2019 - The following instructors are rated as Excellent in the past semesters of 2019. Congratulations and keep up the good work!
09/11/2019 - Dr.
09/06/2019 - Dear all,
08/21/2019 - Dear all,