skip to content
 

Michaelmas Courses in Linguistics MPhil

book

Michaelmas Term Courses

The following main courses are provided by the Linguistics section of the MMLL Faculty and consist of lectures shared with Part II undergraduate students. Please note that these courses are subject to staff availability that may vary slightly from year to year.

  • Phonetics (Li6)
  • Phonological Theory (Li7)
  • Morphology (Li8)
  • Syntax (Li9)
  • Semantics & Pragmatics (Li10)
  • Historical Linguistics (Li11) – Not available in 2019-20.
  • History of Ideas on Language (Li12)
  • History of English (Li13) 
  • History of the French Language (Li14) – Not available in 2019-20.
  • First and Second Language Acquisition (Li15)
  • Psychology of Language Processing and Learning (Li16)
  • Computational Linguistics (Li18)

The following courses can be taken within the Linguistics section as directed reading, dependent on staff availability and student interest.

  • Philosophy of Language
  • Language Death
  • Dialect Syntax

The Linguistics section is part of the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics (MMLL) which also includes the sections of French, Italian & Modern Greek, German & Dutch, Slavonic, and Spanish & Portuguese. It may be possible to take the following courses from other sections in MMLL. Please note that all of these courses are wholly subject to staff availability, student interest, and space on the course.

  • The French Language: Variation and Change
  • The Language of Italy
  • French Dialectology
  • French Phonetics and Phonology
  • Italian Dialectology
  • Italian Syntax Seminar
  • Italian Phonetics and Phonology
  • Historical Topics in Italy-Romance
  • The Hispanic Languages
  • Hispanic Historical Syntax
  • Syntax of Hispanic Languages
  • The Romance Languages
  • Romance Syntax
  • The History of the German Language
  • Germanic Philology
  • History of Linguistic Thought in the German Speaking World
  • The History of the Russian Language
  • The Slavonic Languages
  • Slavonic Syntax
  • History of the Modern Greek Language

Several other faculties offer courses closely related to Linguistics, so it may be worth checking their websites. Students interested in pursuing them should first contact the Course Director and, following their approval, approach the relevant lecturer. Please note that the faculty is unable to comment on the availability of staff and courses in other faculties.


Back to information on MPhil by Advanced Study