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Cracking the code to Native American language revitalization

The U.S. Military picked the Navajo language for a World War II secret code because the language was dying. Incidentally, the code jumpstarted the efforts to keep the language alive. Northeastern linguistics professor Adam Cooper explains how this revitalization process works.
November 29, 2022

Linguistics program releases their latest series of outstanding undergraduate research

The Linguistics Program in the College of Science is proud to announce the publication of the latest in their series of undergraduate working papers.  The sixth volume of the Northeastern University Working Papers in Linguistics is now online, and showcases three outstanding pieces of language-related research. These papers furthermore highlight the ingenuity of our student […]
September 29, 2021

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