The Ohio State Department of Linguistics asserts its unconditional support for Black members of our community and Black communities everywhere as they confront yet another series of unjust, racist attacks on their freedom to live as equal humans. We recognize the pain and rage that these dehumanizing acts of injustice engender and see that these acts emerge from the structural racism that is ingrained in our society. We strongly support the waves of peaceful protests sweeping the country and condemn the systematized police brutality that we have seen growing evidence of since the murder of George Floyd. The lives of our Black students, our Black colleagues, our Black coworkers, our Black friends and neighbors, our Black families — of all Black people — matter. 


Recent News

September 17, 2020

Gina Ndoci has been awarded a Global Arts + Humanities Society of Fellows Small Grant for Cross-Disciplinary Graduate Research. Congratulations, Gina!

September 14, 2020

Honors Linguistics major Anna Taylor has been named a member of the inaugural Global Arts + Humanities Society of Undergraduate Fellows. The theme for the 2020-21 academic year is Human Rights:…

September 14, 2020

Connor Rouillier has been awarded the first Graduate Student Excellence Fellowship in Linguistics for his proposal entitled "Individuation Effects in Arabic's Nominal and Verbal Domains."…

August 31, 2020

Professor Bob Levine's book entitled "Type-Logical Syntax" with co-author and alumnus Yusuke Kubota has been published by MIT Press (https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/type-logical-syntax).…