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Professor Jim Law studies the evolution of French using Bible translations.
Miriam Whiting finds that discourse in media has cultural and historical significance.
The linguistics professor and his team receive $20,000 in discretionary funds for research on sustainability.
The award recognizes Baker and his coauthors’ research on job-loss narratives and moving on after being laid off.
Want to learn how to pound papyrus and assemble a printing press? Join Jamie Horrocks’ book history class!
Professor Dallin D. Oaks publishes book on Latter-day Saint naming trends.
What does a future with AI translation look like?
Master’s students compete in department-level competition.
AI won’t replace teachers anytime soon, but it can be used for language learning and teaching, explains Rob Reynolds.
Win prizes and develop language learning skills with a fun new program.
Learn about the various student journals in the College of Humanities and how you can join them!
Linguistics faculty help train missionaries as basic English language teachers to enter Mongolia.