Linguistics Society

We are the society for the 3rd best linguistics department in the UK (currently working on beating Oxbridge). Since 2013, we have gathered all kinds of language lovers, from the phonetics fans to the semantically confused to the pragmatics. Everyone (except prescriptivists) are welcome, even if you just love a well-spun pun.

We host linguistics-related events that range from academic talks with experts to chill pub socials and movie nights. We also hold study sessions on a regular basis, where students gather to help each other out or to just whine about the newest assignment in solidarity.

Come along to have some fun and maybe learn a little with other language lovers. 





Globalisation and Linguistic Justice
26th September 4:30pm - 6pm
To kick off our series of academic events this year, we have invited Dr Oísin Keohane, a philosopher at the University of Dundee, to talk to us about globalisation and the concept of 'linguistic justice'