The Department of Linguistics seeks to fill a tenure-line Assistant Professor position
with a start date of September 1, 2014. To receive fullest consideration, applications should arrive by December 1, 2013
The Northwestern Linguistics Department was founded in 1965 through the efforts of an interdisciplinary committee that included representatives of African Studies, Anthropology, German, Industrial Engineering, Psychology, and Spanish. Since its inception, it has emphasized an integrated approach to both cognitive and social aspects of language. Likewise, it has a long tradition of integrating formal analysis with innovative empirical investigations. The department now offers an undergraduate major, an M.A. degree, and a Ph.D. degree. Its distinctive strengths include laboratory phonology, semantics, and pragmatics. Active cooperation with many other departments provides students with a broad range of interdisciplinary opportunities in speech science, cognitive science, and complex systems.
Linguistics graduate students Julie Matsubara and Jeremy Needle are talking to undergrads at Major-Minor Fair, September 19, 2013
Undergrads, grads, faculty and staff at back-to-school undergratuate mixer on 10/05/2012
Group of students in Spoken English for Non-Native Speakers course
Running subject experiments in the Recording Studio at Speech Perception Laboratory.
Graduate Students Lunch Colloquium
Tutoring session at the English Language Program
At the Faculty Meeting
Linguistics Labs; Swift Hall and Cresap Laboratory
Speech Perception Laboratory and Recording Studio
Meaning and Syntax Laboratory
Eye Tracking Experiment
Linguistics is sweet
In class with Ann Bradlow and undergraduate students
Major/Minor Fair. Graduate student Jeremy Needle explains to undergraduate student what linguistics is.
Undergrads Mixer October 18th