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Our Department's research revolves around linguistics and real-world applications. We conduct empirical studies on multilingualism and multilingual education. Current research projects range from language acquisition/development under various language-usage/learning contexts by adopting computational and experimental methodologies, heritage language education in the classroom and in the community, domain-specific multilingual practice among minoritized multilingual communities, multilingual vocabulary acquisition and processing, third language phonological development and the teaching of world languages through literature and the arts.