Recent LSA News
Check out this month's LSA Member Spotlight: Lise Dobrin (University of Virginia), whose work places her at the intersection of Linguistics and Anthropolo
Members of the LSA recently voted to approve a Resolution on the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Sioux Nations at Standing Rock. The Resolution was first drafted as a statement by members of the LSA's Committee on Endangered Languages and their Preservatio
You can read the current set of testimonials on our website and help us spread the word to others impacted by this policy, which is currently being contested in US courts
Linguistics in the News
The LSA’s Representative to the AAAS Science & Human Rights Coalition, Michel DeGraff, published a report on Haiti's "linguistic apartheid" as a violation of children's rights earlier today via OpenDemocracy.net.
The Hill newspaper is reporting that the Trump Administration's budget blueprint will call for the elimination of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), a significant source of federal
The LSA issued the following news release [pdf] in advance of the online publication of Language.
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