The Linguistic Landscape Research Group at UCLA is a multidisciplinary student organization for grads, undergrads, and faculty that is dedicated to the research of language on signs in the urban, public space. Linguistic Landscape Studies spans across various fields such as Anthropology, Sociology, Linguistics, Education, Global Studies, Language Policy and Planning, Geography, Culture Studies, Urban Planning, and Translation Studies.
We have meetings to discuss projects, present research, and collaborate on new studies. We also work together to invite guest speakers. The main aim of the group is to create a discussion forum about how written language is used in particular areas.
Attn: Linguistic Landscape Research Group
UCLA Department of Spanish and Portuguese
5310 Rolfe Hall, Box 951532
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1532