Lecturers

Angeliki Athanasoupolou

Ph.D., University of Delaware
Courses: LIGN 171 Child Language Acquisition (Fall 2016) 

Ryan Lepic

Ph.D., University of California, San Diego
Courses: LIGN 101 Introduction to the Study of Language (Fall 2016) and LIGN7 Sign Language and its Culture (Winter 2017)

Peggy Lott

Academic Coordinator, American Sign Language Program
Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin
Courses: LIGN 146 Sociolinguistics in Deaf Communities (Fall 2016)

Alicia Muñoz Sánchez

Academic Coordinator, Spanish Language Program
Ph.D., University of California, San Diego
Courses: LIGN 119 / EDS 119 First and Second Language Learning: From Childhood Through Adolescence (Winter 2017)

Sanford Schane

Research Professor 
Ph.D., Massachussetts Institute of Technology
Courses: LIGN 105 Law and Language (Winter 2017)

The UCSD Department of Linguistics combines a focus on the convergence of theoretical and experimental linguistics with strong interdisciplinary collaboration.

Since its founding in the 1960's, UCSD has become one of the foremost educational and research institutions in the nation. The campus and surrounding region boast an extraordinary array of well-known scholars and offer broad opportunities for study and research of the highest quality. These opportunities are especially strong and diversified in language-related areas.