Exchanges, Study Abroad, Summer Programs
Within the U.S.
Universities participating in the National Exchange Program
University of Alaska Fairbanks: Native Languages of Alaska: Aleut, Alutiiq (also called Aleut or Sugpiaq), Central Yup'ik Eskimo, St. Lawrence Island Eskimo, Inupiaq Eskimo, Tsimshian, Haida, Tlingit and Eyak and 11 Athabascan languages.
University of Arizona: Syntax, Cognitive Science, Native American Languages, including Salishan languages, Mayan languages, Tohono O'odham, Navajo, Hiaki, Oneida, Laguna.
University of Connecticut: Syntax, Semantics, American Sign Language, Language Acquisition
University of Hawai at Manoa: Austronesian Linguistics
University of Maryland at College Park: Syntax, Acquisition, Processing, Slavic
University of New Mexico: Navajo, Sign Languages
North Carolina State University: American Dialects (Walt Wolfram)
Northern Arizona University: Hopi, Navajo
University of Southern Maine: American Sign Language, Nicaraguan Sign Language (Judy Kegl)
International Exchange Programs
Many of the Universities listed below can be attended via a UMass program
University of São Paulo: Syntax, Semantics, Phonetics, Indigenous languages of Brazil
University of Paris VII: Syntax
University of Stuttgart, Baden Württemberg Program: Semantics, Syntax
University of Tübingen, Baden Württemberg Program: Semantics, Syntax
University of Konstanz, Baden Württemberg Program: Phonology, Phonetics, Processing.
Humboldt University: Berlin Semantics, Pragmatics
University of Potsdam: Syntax, Semantics, Psycholinguistics, Phonology
Trinity College Dublin: Irish and other Celtic Languages
University College Dublin: Phonology, Semantics, Irish
University of Milan: Semantics
University of Milan-Bicocca: Semantics, Syntax, Acquisition, Processing, Cognitive Science
University of Siena: Syntax, Acquisition
International Christian University, Tokyo: Japanese Linguistics
Nanzan University: Japanese Linguistics, Syntax
University of Leyden: Syntax, Chinese Linguistics, Egyptology
University of Amsterdam: Semantics, computational linguistics
University of Utrecht: Syntax, Semantics