The annual HKU Information Day for Undergraduate Admissions 2023 will be held on Saturday, Oct 28th. Our department will be hosting booth to provide prospective undergraduate students and visitors with information about HKU Linguistics. Come and join our Information Counter at CPD-LG.07~LG.10. We look forward to seeing you! More details can be found here: Faculty of Arts-Info Day Location details: LG.07~LG.10, Centennial Campus, Central Podium Levels - Lower Ground (CPD-LG)
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Dr. Marcelo Sevilla Advanced Course, Sem 2, 6 credits Course Description This course surveys languages spoken in China (including Taiwan). These languages belong to various families such as the Sinitic, Tibeto-Burman, Tai-Kadai, Hmong-Mien, Mongolic, Turkic, Tungusic and Austronesian etc. The emphasis of the course will rest on the structure of selected languages from these families rather than the historical relationship between them. The course involves practical work and provides useful background for other courses in linguistics. Pre-requisiteLING1000 Assessment100% coursework
Our alumni, Tingyu Huang (Ph.D., 2022; Sichuan University), along with Youngah Do, has recently published a paper titled "Substantive bias and variation in the acquisition of vowel harmony" in the journal Glossa! This study is an exciting contribution to our understanding of the role of input variability in phonological acquisition. Click here to access the paper.
Dr. Do, Dr. Havenhill and our Ph.D. candidate Samuel’s article, “Variation learning in phonology and morphosyntax”, has been published in Cognition! Click here for details: https://linguistics.hku.hk/ldlhku/2023/07/26/variation-learning-in-phonology-and-morphosyntax-published-in-cognition/