An exhaustive guide to the typology of reduplication in linguistics, with lots of examples.
Some tips on setting up a video studio for linguists, other academics, and anyone else who is curious.
The third in a series of beginner-level readings in Old English.
The second in a series of beginner-level readings in Old English.
What kind of language did the people of Hochelaga and Stadacona speak?
All the published material on conlangs I've worked on over the years collected in one place.
Over seven hundred of the most common words and word forms in Old English so you can read without running the dictionary for every other word.
Learn how to distinguish between the two most important roles in a sentence.
An introduction to linguistics as a cognitive science.
Why linguists don't believe in 'bad grammar'.
The first in a series of beginner-level readings in Old English, with plenty of grammatical hand-holding.
A curated list of resources for learning Old English.
Exploring the basic structure of the theory of generative syntax.
Learn phonology, the study of sound patterns, from scratch.
Are languages fundamentally similar or different?
Learn syntax, the study of sentence structure, from scratch.
Why certain Latin words never made it into the Romance languages.
I tried all the automated tools for generating your conlang lexicon so you don't have to.
Learn the patterns in the structure and organization of vowel inventories.
Language is something that seems easy enough to define until you actually start to look at it closely. Then it starts to get hazy.
Where did French and German get their R sound from?
A manifesto for indie higher education.