The LSA has made the difficult decision, after consulting with the Five-Minute Lingui

The LSA is delighted to announce the results of the just-concluded elections for LSA officers and Executive Committee members.


Thanks to all who attended the LSA's first-ever Community Dialogue event on Monday, October 26!  Please click the links below to view the recording of the event or follow the real-time chat.


The LSA’s biennial summer Linguistic Institute, originally scheduled to be held at UMass Amherst in 2021, has now been postponed until the summer of 2023.


Please save the date and plan to attend this virtual event on October, 26, 2020 from 3:45 - 5:00 pm ET.


The editorial team of Language is inviting responses to the next Perspectives target article. The Perspectives section of Language publishes target articles on topics of general interest in linguistics.

This 75-minute webinar will provide a brief introduction to social media, with a particular focus on Linguist Twitter.

The LSA regrets to announce the death of Margaret Reynolds, who served the LSA for over thirty years in various capacities, concluding her service a


The September 2020 issue of Language is available online at Project MUSE.


The LSA's Executive Director, Alyson Reed, and Secretary-Treasurer, Lenore Grenoble, sent the following email to LSA members on September 17, 2020:



The webinar took place on Friday. September 25 from 1:00 - 2:30 PM US Eastern Time.

View a recording of the webinar.


We are happy to announce that the LSA 2021 Annual Meeting will be held virtually. The dates will be the same as previously scheduled: January 7-10.  Please watch this space during the coming


Join us on Tuesday, September 22 from 2:00 - 3:00 PM U.S. Eastern Time

Recording of the webinar


The LSA regrets to report that John J.


The LSA is pleased to announce a new partnership with the organizers of the


The LSA Executive Committee has now completed the process* of appointing the membership of two new task forces focused on concerns raised by the linguistics community about its media experts list and its procedures for sanctioning members for professional misconduct.


Please join us for "Creating More Just and Inlusive Learning Experinces," the second in a planned series of webinars on


The LSA regrets to report that Geoffrey Nunberg, a linguist well known for his general audience publications and his regular radio commentaries on NPR’s Fresh Air, died on August 11 at his home in San Francisco.