linguistics

Linguist publishes book

Posted by on June 2, 2020

A new book by Dr. Sarah E. Hercula is a call-to-action for linguists to work to change attitudes toward stigmatized language. This includes English variations like African American English, Chicano English and Appalachian English because they teach students how language works and how they study it, Hercula says.

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Learn about new minor in linguistics

Posted by on October 25, 2018

Dr. Sarah Hercula, Dr. Eric Bryan and student Austin Holmes describe the new linguistics minor program at S&T in a video. Beginning this semester, the linguistics minor is available for students in any degree program.

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New S&T minor in linguistics

Posted by on October 24, 2018

As of fall 2018, there is a new minor available for enrollment for students in any degree program: linguistics. In spring 2019, two linguistics courses are available for enrollment: English 3304: Language in Society and English 3302: History and Structure of the English Language.

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