We offer courses and programmes within two main areas: Linguistics and Sign Language.
The Department of Linguistics is now hiring two new PhD students. The positions will be linked to the research subjects of phonetics and sign language. Closing date for applications is 15 April.
A comprehensive two-year education with twenty possible study routes.
If your university has an agreement with the Department of Linguistics, you are welcome to join us as an exchange student.
We offer several courses in English
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We do research in the areas of child language development, computational linguistics, general linguistics, phonetics, sign language and multilingualism in the DHH.
"A typology of linear and non-linear forms of pragmaticalization" – Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen
Here you will find our ongoing and completed research projects in Linguistics and Sign language.
The doctoral positions will be linked to the research subjects of phonetics and sign language.
NEW PUBLICATION Johanna Mesch and Eli Raanes present a cross-linguistic study on communication in tactile sign language.
For the second year in a row, the Department of Linguistics is hosting the summer institute IAM3. This year's themes are mixed methods and language diversity.
Gláucia Laís Salomão is granted 3.7 million SEK from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond for an upcoming project on empathy arising from emotional voices.
Welcome to a Research Seminar with Maj-Britt Mosegaard Hansen, Professor of Linguistics at University of Manchester.
Welcome to DokFest, the annual doctoral festival of the Department of Linguistics.
Welcome to a seminar in linguistics with Victoria Johansson, Professor in Swedish with a specialisation in education.
"The impact of interactive book-sharing on child developmental outcomes and potential mechanisms"
Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre (SUBIC) is an advanced multidisciplinary infrastructure dedicated to experimental academic research on brain function and structure.
The Phonetics Laboratory offers advanced research conditions for experimental studies of speech perception and production.
Språkstudion is the place for you who studies, teaches, does research or is interested in other aspects of languages at Stockholm University.