Linguistique

Landmark archive of 10 million Gaelic words launched

Learn to Make Stone-Age Tools to Help Study the Origins of Language

- Study reveals insights into the evolution of languages

The ABC's of animal speech: Not so random after all

- Indo-Europeans preceded Finno-Ugrians in Finland and Estonia

Nepali language the successor of Sanskrit

Human language builds on birdsong and speech forms of other primates

A statistical comparison of written language and non-linguistic symbol systems

Researchers found that words that signal problems with understanding are similar across languages

Grammatical structures as a window into the past

Linguist Recreates Proto-Indo-European Language

Why is language unique to humans?

New signs of language surface in mystery Voynich text

New language discovery reveals linguistic insights

Geographic context may have shaped sounds of different languages

Linguist study finds core group of words has survived for 15,000 years

- Roots of language in human and bird biology

- Ancient languages reconstructed by computer program

There really are 50 Eskimo words for ‘snow’

English is a Scandinavian language

Catalan: a language that has survived against the odds

Theory: Music underlies language acquisition

Ancient relations between language families

Family Tree of Languages Has Roots in Anatolia

Amazonie (Brésil) : the anumeric language of Piraha people

Out of Africa? Data fail to support language origin in Africa

Goat kids can develop accents

Analysis of 2,135 of the world’s known languages traces evolution of human communication

- Dating the world's language families

Origine commune des langues

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INDIana UNIversitas 

is opening a branch in the UK in order to meet the growing demand for online courses in English.

 INSTITUTE OF ANTHROPOLOGY UK

*Registration now open for JANUARY 2015.*

 

For further information, please contact: patrimundia.uk@gmail.com