The UCLA Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture (CLIC) is dedicated to training students and scholars in interdisciplinary theories and methodologies for understanding the multiple uses of language in everyday life. CLIC faculty and students closely examine a wide range of social contexts to discern the communicative strategies that we share and that make social interaction possible, as well as the communicative differences that keep us apart.
CLIC has established a strong intellectual presence at the graduate level, attracting not only graduate students, but visiting researchers and speakers from around the world. Several regularly scheduled labs provide opportunities for CLIC faculty and students to share their ongoing research. For more information regarding labs, consult the university course schedule or contact the pertinent CLIC faculty member.
Each year, CLIC-GSA (at UCLA) or LISO-GSA (at UCSB) host a conference that brings together scholars from around the world to discuss issues related to language, interaction, and culture. Every other year the faculty organize a symposium on a particular topic.
For questions or comments about CLIC related events and programs, please contact the coordinator, Keith Cox, at firstname.lastname@example.org.