The LSA publishes scholarly journals and other peer-reviewed research focused on the scientific study of language.
Your membership dues support our ambitious program of disseminating both basic knowledge and the latest research in the field to linguists, to other scientists, to the media, and to the general public.
The flagship journal of the LSA, publishing peer-reviewed scholarly research in the core domains of linguistics.
An open access journal of the LSA, publishing peer-reviewed scholarly research in the domains of semantics and pragmatics.
Home of proceedings of the LSA Annual Meeting, and of the proceedings three major linguistics conferences co-published by the LSA: Annual Meetings on Phonology, Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, and Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT).
The LSA’s archive for a variety of open-access scholarly linguistics research.
Institutions and organizations may subscribe to Language via the purchase of a print subscription, online site license, or a combination of the two. Individuals wishing to access Language may do so by becoming a member of the LSA or via their affiliation with a subscribing institution.
The LSA accepts ads in Language, the Annual Meeting Handbook, and on its website. We offer other promotional opportunities for organizations wishing to reach LSA members and linguists.
Learn more about proposing new sections of Language, new conference proceedings, and new journals of the LSA.
The LSA continues to publish a variety of informational brochures, an Annual Meeting Handbook, and other digital resource materials for the linguistics community.
View an archive of the LSA Update, a periodic e-mail newsletter, from 2010 - present.
Donate to, or request from, the LSA Book Exchange.
Find information on key concepts and issues in the field of linguistics, including an index of all articles published in the LSA's scholarly journal, Language.
Published from 1926 - 2009, the Bulletin served as the newsletter for the Society. It was replaced by the LSA Update e-mail series in 2010. The online archive include issues published from 2000 onward.