Experimental Linguistics in the Caribbean

The IRES Track Experimental Linguistics in the Caribbean is recruiting talented undergraduate and graduate students residing in the U.S. from (but not limited to) historically minoritized groups to partake in a full-time 7 week program (June 13 to July 31 2022) to engage in research in experimental linguistics and to benefit from training to conduct research in diverse socio-cultural, geographic and linguistic environments.

Applications from undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in programs in African-American/Black/Caribbean Studies, Cognitive Science, Computational Sciences, Education, Linguistics, Modern Languages, Psychology, Speech-Language-Hearing-Communication Sciences are welcome!


1 week online, 1 week at Molloy College, LI, NY and 5 weeks in Guadeloupe

Travel expenses to and from NYC and to and from Guadeloupe, Insurance, accommodation in NYC and Guadeloupe, subsistence in NYC and Guadeloupe are fully covered.

Participants will also receive a $1,500 stipend.

The stay in Guadeloupe will also include experiencing Antilles culture through sightseeing and fieldwork in collaboration with Guadeloupian and Martinican students.


For more information and to apply, visit https://undergrad-language-research.org/ling-in-caribbean/.

  • Humanities
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  • Outside of Duke
  • Summer