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FYI: New MLitt in English Lang/Linguistics at Stirling

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        1.     Andrew Smith , New MLitt in English Lang/Linguistics at Stirling

Message 1: New MLitt in English Lang/Linguistics at Stirling
Date: 04-Mar-2011
From: Andrew Smith <andrew.smithstir.ac.uk>
Subject: New MLitt in English Lang/Linguistics at Stirling
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The University of Stirling is pleased to announce a new Master's degree
programme in English Language and Linguistics, beginning in September 2011.

The programme is centred around advanced study of the English language,
covering both theoretical approaches to linguistics and their application
in a broader cultural context. Students will study how language works, with
a particular focus on the structure and varieties of English, both
contemporary and historical. The flexible programme contains options on a
diverse range of topics, including Language and Cognition, Old and Middle
English, Discourse Analysis, Evolutionary Linguistics, Historical
Linguistics and the History of English, Sociolinguistics and Varieties of
English, Corpus Linguistics and Language Learning: Theory and Research.

For more information, please visit the website:

www.ell.stir.ac.uk/English_Language_and_Linguistics_at_Stirling/Postgraduate_Programme.html

Or contact one of the programme directors:

Bethan Benwell (b.m.benwellstir.ac.uk) or Andrew Smith
(andrew.smithstir.ac.uk).

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