The LSA has a wide range of resources available to various audiences and works in partnership with many other organizations to promote resources for the entire linguistics community.
This webpage lists upcoming linguistics conferences and events, sorted by the date of the event. Click on a month to view conferences scheduled for that time, their submission deadlines, and more information.
Please be advised that WILMA is currently in a state of transition and therefore no new mentoring relationships are being formed. All text below refers to the old system that is currently undergoing a redesign. LSA members will be informed when the new system has been implemented. Thank you for your patience during this transition.
Discourse analysis is sometimes defined as the analysis of language 'beyond the sentence'. This contrasts with types of analysis more typical of modern linguistics, which are chiefly concerned with the study of grammar: the study of smaller bits of language, such as sounds (phonetics and phonology), parts of words (morphology), meaning (semantics), and the order of words in sentences (syntax).
This year the LSA Committee on Ethnic Diversity in Linguistics (CEDL) is awarding two student travel grants intended to increase the participation of ethnoracial minorities in the LSA*.
On July 27, 2016, the LSA and its Special Interest Group on Linguistics Beyond Academia hosted a webinar presentation and panel discussion on Job Recruitment: The View from the Other Side of the Table. The webinar featured Melissa Reitkopp, an executive recruiter in the Washington D.C.
On July 21, 2016, the LSA joined over fifty other American and European scholarly associations in support of the statement issued by a coalition of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) other ACLS organizations regarding threats to academic