Surrey Morphology Group

Surrey Morphology Group (SMG) is a linguistics research centre dedicated to the study of language diversity and its theoretical consequences.

Our research combines the investigation of grammatical categories in a broad sample of languages with the use of explicit formal and statistical frameworks for the expression of typological and theoretical generalizations.

SMG has received funding from the European Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the British Academy and the Leverhulme Trust, among others.

Workshop at SLE

We are organising a workshop on ‘external’ agreement with unexpected targets, which will take place in Leipzig on 21st Aug, as part of the 52nd Meeting of the SLE.

MORPH: A blog

MORPH is a blog about languages and linguistic history published by members of the Surrey Morphology Group.