Welcome to the Surrey Morphology Group
The research of the SMG combines the investigation of grammatical categories in a broad sample of languages with the use of explicit formal and statistical frameworks for the expression of typological and theoretical generalizations. The SMG has received funding from the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project, the British Academy and the Leverhulme Trust, among others. The Group has been consistently highly rated for its research, notably in the Research Assessment Exercises.
Opportunities exist for students with a good first degree, masters degree or equivalent to join the Surrey Morphology Group to read for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Contact Oliver Bond for more details.
- PhD in Languages and Translation Studies (including Languages, Applied Linguistics, Intercultural Communications and Morphology)
- PhD in Intercultural Communication
- Call for papers: Gender and classifiers: areal and genealogical perspectives