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Research in the fields of Irish & Celtic Studies, Linguistics, and Languages and Heritage.
Our Modern Languages and Linguistics unit conducts research on Irish & Celtic Studies, Linguistics, and Language and Heritage.
At the forefront of Celtic Studies research internationally and at the heart of the University’s...
Syntax, semantics, pragmatics, language acquisition, bilingualism, language processing, historical linguistics, discourse analysis, and language policy...
Check our funded and self-funded PhD opportunities in Modern Languages and Linguistics.
TOOLS – Completed phase of CLIL Project
The Maritime Memorates Project: Stories of the Sea
This project seeks to investigate two interrelated topics: how languages or dialects vary from each...
CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning).
The Language Made Fun programme
Developing language awareness teaching resources for post-primary schools
Enhancing the NHS Complaints Journey
Research projects investigating how language is represented, processed, and acquired.
ENhancing Social Participation across IREland for people with communication Disabilities and differences
A study of the leading Irish language voluntary organisation, Conradh na Gaeilge
Cultural Dynamics in Medieval Ulster and Beyond: A Shared Inheritance
Digitisation and Online Publication of Spoken Dialects
About the Modern Languages and Linguistics Unit
Meet the staff behind our Modern Languages and Linguistics research.
Details of current PhD students and their research.
Conferences on topics in Modern Languages and Linguistics.
Learned societies and other networks.
UCoM works to provide a local service to share current research on multilingualism.
Local Councils, Obligations and the Irish Language: A Framework for Compliance
English language resources for teachers and students.
Links to two Ulster University Research Seminar series