Graduate Program in Language Studies
The Graduate Program in Language Studies was established in the 1970s, when the masters’ (1970) and doctoral (1973) programs in letters were created. These courses played a significant role in the consolidation of linguistics and Portuguese language as areas of academic research in Brazil.
The Graduate Program in Language Studies is notable for the broad-based view of human language it offers. It encompasses a variety of theoretical approaches and explores interdisciplinary subjects concerning signification, relationships between language, society, culture, and technology, and relationships between language and cognition.
The masters’ and doctoral programs have annual selection processes, and also welcome postdoctoral professors and researchers.
The faculty, who work in four broad research areas, are active members of the national and international academic community and maintain research groups of excellence.
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