Definition of Department of linguistics
1. Noun. The academic department responsible for teaching and research in linguistics.
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Literary usage of Department of linguistics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Toda Grammar and Texts by Murray Barnson Emeneau (1984)
"Dravidian Comparative Phonology: a Sketch, Annamalai University, Department of Linguistics Publication 22 (Annamalainagar). ..."
2. Representations of Violence: Art about the Sierra Leone Civil War by Patrick K. Muana, Chris Corcoran, Russell D. Feingold (2005)
"The Link Program between the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London and the Department of Linguistics, Fourah Bay College (FBC) ..."
3. A Reference Grammar of Classical Tamil Poetry: 150 B.C.-pre-fifth/sixth by V. S. Rajam (1992)
"... Proceedings of the First International Conference of Dravidian Linguistics April 1972, pp.331-337 Department of Linguistics, University of Kerala, ..."
4. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1903)
"For these as well as certain other reasons the remedy publicity deserves a trial. Those who would investigate and teach in the department of linguistics ..."
5. An Adventure of Great Dimension: The Launching of the Chicago Assyrian by Erica Reiner (2002)
"Gelb regularly encouraged his students in Akkadian to take at least one course in the department of linguistics. For me he arranged a fellowship to attend ..."
6. American Journal of Education (1866)
"The department of linguistics, or of English as related to this new and interesting science, will furnish a splendid field for the ambitious student The two ..."
7. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1899)
"He has been regarded as an authority in the department of linguistics. His specialty was in the languages of Central and South America. ..."