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Maryland and experimental syntax
Ten articles from twelve Terps in new Oxford Handbook.Read More about Maryland and experimental syntax
Two great decades at Maryland.Read More about Celebrating Howard Lasnik
Aaron White *15 wins NSF CAREER award
Project to induce logical forms for AI systems.Read More about Alum Aaron White wins NSF Early Career Development Award
New work from Ellen and her students
On predication, relative clauses, wordhood, and word recognition.Read More about New work from Ellen and her students
Lasnik and Uriagereka on Structure
A long partnership and a new book.Read More about Howard and Juan's book now published
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Maryland plays a leading role in the largest and most integrated language science research community in North America.
Our top-ranked department combines current theoretical research in phonology, syntax, and semantics with state-of-the-art experimental research in language acquisition, computational linguistics, psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics.
Connections between our core competencies are strong, with theoretical, experimental and computational work typically pursued in tandem. Here new ideas develop in conversation, stimulated by the steady activity of our labs and research groups, frequent student meetings with faculty, regular talks by local and invited scholars and collaborations with the broader language science community.Learn More about our Research