Language is central to all aspects of human life: communicating with one another, thinking and reasoning, creating social relations, and passing on ideas and discoveries to future generations. Linguistics is the study of this unique human ability. At Queen Mary we study the nature of language (its structure, and its connection to thought) as well as how it is used (across individuals, situations, and time).
Our department was top-ranked in the UK in the last research assessment (REF 2014). We offer a unique combination of expertise in formal linguistics, experimental linguistics and sociolinguistics.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, IGALA 11 will be postponed to 21-24 June 2021 and will take place at QMUL. More details linked below.
Sinn und Bedeutung 25 is co-hosted by the linguistics departments at University College London (UCL) and Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
MRes student, Célia Richy, publishes first article
13 April, 2020