The LSA is pleased to announce the recent publication of Why Study Linguistics, by LSA members Kristin Denham and Anne Lobeck, as part of our continuing Guides to L


The LSA is pleased to issue the official call for applications to students interested in attending its Annual Meeting via the CEDL Travel Award program.


The draft LSA Statement on Race has several, interrelated aims: to address inequality in linguistics, to inform research on language and race and its intersections, to help empower and welcome people from various rac


The LSA is delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Student Abstract Award, in conjunction with our upcoming 2019 Annual Meeting in New York City!  This award recognizes the three best abstracts submitted


The LSA is delighted to announce that the family of deceased (1985) LSA member Warren Cowgill (Yale University) has established a new endowment to support a student fellowship serving historically under-represented scholars wishing to attend the LSA's


The LSA Executive Committee (EC) has approved a new statement [pdf] as a guide


The LSA is pleased to announce the finalists for the Third Annual Five-minute Linguist event to be held at the 2019 Annual Meeting!  The Five-minute Linguist presentations must be done without notes or a podium and


Are you an undergraduate thinking of applying to a graduate program? A graduate student thinking of applying to a different school? Then this webinar is for you!


The LSA is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar on "Working in Tech -- It's Not Just for Computational Linguists."  The webinar will take place on Wednesday, September 26 from 1:00 to 2:30 PM U.S. EDT. 


The LSA announces an open search for the next Co-Editor/Editor-Elect of Language.


The LSA is pleased to announce that members of indigenous communities, including linguists and language activists, will be granted a fee waiver for its 2019 and 2020 Annual Meetings, in recognition of the


We are pleased to announce that the Institute on Collaborative Language Research (CoLang) will be held at the University of Montana (UM) from June 15th to J


The Program Committee of the LSA is delighted to announce that it received nearly 800 abstracts for the 2019 Annual Meeting, an increase of approximately 15 percent over the previous record number.  Abstracts were


The LSA is saddened to report the recent passing of our member Dr.


The LSA is pleased to announce that Patrick Cox, host of the World in Words podcast on Public Radio International (PRI), has been selected to be the recipient of the Society's


Join the LSA in congratulating Dr.


Announcing the workshop on Multilingualism, Contact and Documenting Endangered Languages! 

Join us in kicking off the UN Year of Indigenous Languages at the 2019 LSA Annual Meeting.


The Linguistic Society of America is proud to announce that three of the field's leading linguists have been named to the newest class of LSA Fellows:


The LSA is proud of our members who have been awarded the 2017 Language Legacies Grants by the Endangered Language Fund: Bernat Bardagil-Mas, Anne Bertrand, and Brendon Yoder.

Congratulations and best wishes for your projects!


Calling all early career linguists!