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How to find and contact us

Please note that members of staff from the department are housed in various locations around the University. The Department's administration offices are based in the Raised Faculty Building on the Sidgwick Site (click here for directions). Members of staff may have their offices in the Raised Faculty Building, the English Faculty Building (9 West Road) or at their college. Please consult the staff profile page for details of room numbers, postal addresses etc.

All general enquiries to the Department and admissions enquiries specific to Linguistics can be met by the Departmental Office:

Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics
Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages
University of Cambridge
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge, CB3 9DA

Senior Secretary

Tel: 01223-335010
Email: dtal-admin@lists.cam.ac.uk
Office hours: Mondays and Thursdays 9am - 5pm, Tuesday, Wednesdays and Fridays 9am - 3pm.

For Graduate matters

Tel: 01223-335050
Office Hours: 9am - 1 pm Monday - Wednesday; 9am to 12pm Thursdays, Fridays closed.

Please note: office opening hours may be reduced during vacation periods. If you are making a special trip to visit the office, please contact the Senior or Graduate Secretary as appropriate to arrange a suitable time.

If you know exactly who you are looking for, you can consult the list of teaching staff or of postgraduate research students for contact details and research interests.

General admissions enquiries (and requests for prospectuses) can be dealt with by the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages office or website.

Location

The Departmental Office is located in Room 220 in the Raised Faculty Building on the Sidgwick Site. The Phonetics Laboratory is situated in the Raised Faculty Building and the Psycholinguistics Laboratory is situated in the English Faculty Building. Consult the Faculty page How to Find Us for full directions.

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6th Cambridge Comparative Syntax conference (CamCoS 6) to take place 4-6 May 2017

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The two and a half day conference will take place in Cambridge 4–6 May 2017 . The first half-day will feature talks by Cambridge-based researchers, focusing in particular on the major results of the ReCoS project. This will be followed by a full-day general session on comparative generative syntax. The final day of the...

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Radical Pragmatics Forty Years On: Workshop with Professor Jay Atlas Friday 17 March 2017, Lucia Windsor Room, Newnham College Organiser: Professor Kasia M. Jaszczolt ( kmj21@cam.ac.uk ) Sponsored by Newnham College and the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics The workshop, lunch and drinks reception are free...

Cambridge Linguistics Forum Programme Lent 2017

23 January 2017

Please find below the Cambridge Linguistics Forum talks for Lent term 2017. The programme is also downloadable here . January 19th Dr Mareike Keller (University of Manheim) Morphological characteristics of Medieval Code Switching Venue: GR06/07, English Faculty Building January 26th Dr Michael Ramscar (Eberhard Karls...