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Linguistic Society

The Cambridge University Linguistic Society (CU LingSoc) brings together members of the University who are interested in the field of linguistics, and language in general.

We organise valuable academic and social events where members can meet each other, discuss ideas, and network with professionals in the discipline. Our goal is to create an inclusive community that enriches the student experience by providing opportunities for language enthusiasts to explore their interests in a friendly and informal manner. 

The society's website, including details of how to become a member, can be found here.

This year's Programme can be found on talks.cam.

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

10 February 2017

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...

Radical Pragmatics Forty Years On: Workshop with Professor Jay Atlas

26 January 2017

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...