Abdulaziz Y. Lodhi has published a review essay in Coastweek: Zanzibar Revolution Revisited.
Torbjörn Westerlund has an article in the web edition of the student paper Ergo about his work of describing an unknown aboriginal language (in Swedish).
Beata Megyesi appears in Finnish TV1 and talks about her research on historical ciphers.
Heinz Werner Wessler has written (in Swedish) Sverigebilder i Indien in the net publication Sydasien.
Helena Löthman is interviewed on a radio programme from Bildningsbyrån (UR) about Chinese women and their life, Drömmar med förhinder.
The Department of Linguistics and Philology oversees education and research within a wide range of subjects. It is the home of African and Asian languages and cultures (Assyriology, Hindi, Iranian languages, Chinese, Sanskrit, Semitic languages, Swahili, Turkic languages), the European classical languages (Greek and Latin), as well as linguistics and computational linguistics/language technology. In these areas, the research is focused on text publishing, literary studies, linguistic fieldwork, language documentation, language typology, and corpus-oriented and computationally intensive methods in grammar analysis and machine translation.