The Linguistics Department has left the Ohio Stadium and returned to a newly-renovated Oxley Hall. This is the building’s second restoration; the first took place in 1989 before the Department first moved into Oxley in 1991. We now occupy the entirety of Oxley Hall. We have three conference rooms/classrooms-- including one large enough to host colloquia. There are also seven sound-proof recording spaces (including a large double-walled booth and also a sound-proof living room!) in addition to many other lab spaces.
Our new front door
The front hallway
The soundproof "living room", a soundproofed naturalistic space for sociolinguistic recording.
One of the new graduate student offices
Sociophonetics lab (for perception experiments)
The psycholinguistics recording booths
Our new space for talks
The new exam/seminar room
The renovated 122, which is mainly used for discussion groups and small classes
The new Aquarium
The new kitchen, with a dishwasher!
A new and much less precarious stairway in the atrium