Research

The « UFR Linguistique » combines teaching and research in linguistics in different domains :

  • General linguistics (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics)
  • Fieldwork in linguistics (in particular for African, Afro-Asiatic, and Oriental linguistics)
  • Computational linguistics, experimental linguistics, psycholinguistics, French as a Second Language teaching, history of language sciences

Theoretical and experimental approaches are closely interwined. The latter are supported by a high level experimental platform.

Such orientation benefits of several important research laboratories, most of which are joint at CNRS . Research laboratories bring a strong potential of researchers, who take part in the teaching, supervising and administrative tasks of the « UFR » and work as such in close coordination with teachers (« enseignant.e.s-chercheur.se.s »). 

These research laboratories are nationally and internationally recognized and play a role of scientific coordination in their research domain, both as laboratories and through the participation of their members to international networks.

Research laboratories

Atelier de Recherche sur la Parole, rattaché à l’EA 3967 CLILLAC-ARP

Histoire des Théories Linguistiques (HTL), UMR (7597) CNRS, ENS Lyon, Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle & Université de Paris

LLF (Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle), UMR (7110) CNRS & Université de Paris

The Laboratory of Excellence “Empirical Foundations of Linguistics” (Labex-EFL)

Doctoral schools

ED 622 “Sciences du Langage”

Paris Graduate School of Linguistics