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Group tag: linguistics

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I Survived the Great Vowel Shift

1,149 members

A group for linguists, armchair linguists, would-be linguists, budding linguists, linguists-in-training, linguistic anthropologists, and/or anybody interested in the scientific study of languages.

Language

865 members

All language lovers are welcome.

Le Salon des Amateurs de la Langue (Dormant)

60 members

Amateur. 1784. [ - Fr. amateur - It. amatore: -L . amator lover.] 1. one who loves, is fond of, or has a taste for, anything. 2. one who cultivates anything as a pastime 1803.... OED An affiliate of…

Social science (Dormant)

261 members

For those with specialist or professional interests in anthropology, demography, economics, linguistics, geography, political science, psychology, and/or sociology, as well as cognitive science,…

Romance Languages (Dormant)

95 members

An open forum for scholars, students, speakers and enthusiasts of the Romance languages and dialects, as well as Romance-lexifier creoles the world over. Medievalists with an interest in the old and…

Linguists in training (Dormant)

37 members

For students of linguistics at any university to share ideas, experiences, questions, etc.

Coptic (Dormant)

64 members

A group devoted to the last spoken form of Egyptian, written in the Greek alphabet (with six letters borrowed from demotic.)

Black Theology & Religious Studies (Dormant)

22 members

If you've got some good titles or want to know more about Black Theology & Religious Studies, join up! (Cornel West, James Cone, Albert Raboteau, Gayraude Wilmore, Delores Williams, Deotis Roberts,…

Swearing (Dormant)

6 members

A group about bad language, cursing, cussing, swearing, profanities, vulgarities, words with asterisks, taboo words and so on. Partly academic (linguistically, philosophically, aesthetically,…

Indo-European (and PIE) Folklore & Mythology (Dormant)

28 members

Do you eat ice cream with your PIE?! But more seriously, no racism or flaming, and posts should be based in generally accepted science/history/literature. (BTW, if you are unfamiliar with the acronym…

 

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