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Welcome from Head of School

Public Lecture



Piotr Blumczynski - Queen’s University Belfast

7-9 pm Thursday, 27th November 2014, Trinity College Dublin

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Language Garden

Postgraduate Talks

Title: Why Māori neuter verbs are intriguing

Speaker: Aoife Finn

Time and Place: Wednesday, 26 November 2014 at 6:30pm in Room 3106, Arts Building, Trinity College




AWARD for Clinical Speech and Language Studies student Irene Calvo at European Society Swallowing Disorders Congress in Brussels, October 2014.

Congratulations to M.Sc Clinical Speech and Language Studies student Irene Calvo who has won the award for best overall abstract and oral presentation at the European Society Swallowing Disorders Congress in Brussels.

Postgraduate Courses 2015/16

Applications now being accepted

Continuing Professional Development Courses

Limited places available

The Centre for Deaf Studies (CDS) welcomes colleagues from the University of Stockholm's Department of Linguistics.

Stockholm SSL

Some colleagues from CDS are working with colleagues from Stockholm on a corpus of second language learners (of Irish Sign Language and Swedish Sign Language)- one of the first endeavours of its kind in the field of sign language teaching and learning. We look forward to bringing you more on this work in the coming year!


Welcome from Head of School

We hope that these web pages will help you learn about our educational programmes, research and activities.

Our three subject areas or disciplines, CLCS, Clinical Speech and Language Studies and Centre for Deaf Studies, share a common goal: the scientific investigation of language and speech.

On this website you will find details of courses for undergraduate, postgraduate and visiting students by clicking on the relevant links, together with contact details of staff, their research and publications, and much more information.

We hope that you find the School website interesting and informative. If you have any further queries or suggestions please do not hesitate to contact us using the contact information provided here.

Dr Martine Smith, Head of School

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