Canada | Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Ph.D. in Linguistics
In her studies at Harvard, Laurence focuses on Historical Linguistics, which is the study of the linguistic components of archaic languages, such as their syntactic structure, their morphology and the interface phonology-syntax that patterns them. In her case, languages from the Indo-European family (e.g., Latin, Sanskrit, Ancient Greek, etc.) are investigated and compared. After her studies, she hopes to pursue such interests as a University teacher and researcher in Linguistics.
[Photo credit to Concordia University]