23.2038, FYI: New MA Program in English Linguistics at Lille3

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Subject: 23.2038, FYI: New MA Program in English Linguistics at Lille3

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Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2012 14:02:01
From: Ilse Depraetere [ilse.depraetere at univ-lille3.fr]
Subject: New MA Program in English Linguistics at Lille3

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One of the central concerns of the two-year MA programme in English 
Linguistics at Lille 3 is at the heart of what language is all about: 
meaning, and how it is brought about. The programme is not committed 
to one particular theoretical framework and the emphasis is on 
solid empirical description (e.g., via corpus analyses) and 
a usage-based approach. Students acquire a solid foundation for 
linguistic analysis built on extensive and careful data analysis. 
At the end of the Master's programme, students are equipped with 
sound methodological skills, a capacity for problem solving, and they 
have learnt how to develop an argument and how to present it in a 
written or an oral form. 

The Master in English Linguistics in Lille 3 is one of the few 
programmes in France which offer courses in Cognitive Linguistics 
and/or Construction Grammar. 

A more detailed description of the programme, the course schedule, 
information on registration (also for foreign students), and faculty 
can be found on the MA web site: 
http://angellier.formation.univ-lille3.fr/index.php?
option=com_content&view=article&id=260&Itemid=73


For further information contact: 
Ilse Depraetere (ilse.depraetere at univ-lille3.fr) 
Maarten Lemmens (maarten.lemmens at univ-lille3.fr) 



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