Read about WWU student Yukaiya Nomoto's experience at CoLang 2022
Produced and hosted by WWU linguistics students, The Podling season 3 is available now!
Linguistics and Spanish major, Brahm vanWoerden, has been chosen as the 2021 Presidential Scholar of the Humanities Division of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Aspen Clark, '21, linguistics, presented their research at the 15th annual Cornell Undergraduate Linguistics Colloquium (CULC15), May 2021.
Edward Vajda was recently interviewed by by radio host Charles McCullough in a podcast titled "Comparing Siberian Ket language to Native American languages"
Edward Vajda, who teaches linguistics, Russian, and Eurasian studies in Western’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and Heinrich Werner, the world's foremost expert on Yeniseic (Yeniseian) languages, sought to create a comparative-historical Yeniseian dictionary that is readily accessible to English speakers.
Western Professor of Linguistics Kristin Denham and Assistant Professor of Linguistics Jordan Sandoval have published a new book that introduces the study of language for undergraduate and beginning graduate students who would like to further their linguistics studies.
Edward Vajda, professor of linguistics, Russian, and Eurasian Studies in Western’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences, along with his long-time colleague Michael Fortescue (professor emeritus, University of Copenhagen), have published a new book, Mid-Holocene Language Connections between Asia and North America.
Professor of Linguistics Dr. Anne Lobeck was inducted into the 2021 class of Fellows of the Linguistics Society of America.
Western's Dr. Kristin Denham chosen as the LSA's featured member for April 2020.