12/19/2019

The LSA is pleased to announce that the first in a series of special issues for our flagship journal, Language, has just been published. The special issue on Indigenous Languages is available in two parts: 20th and 21st-Century Perspectives.

12/18/2019

The LSA is delighted to announce the winners of five CEDL Travel Grants to attend the upcoming 2020 Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. 

12/17/2019

The LSA is pleased to announce the publication of the newest title in its book series partnership with Routledge: Linguistics and Law, by Jeffrey P. Kaplan. A portion of royalties from the sale of this book benefit the LSA.

12/13/2019

The LSA is delighted to announce that the 2020 Excellence in Community Linguistics Award will be given to Mosyel Syelsaangthyel Khaling (pictured at right, in red turban) for his work with the endangered Southern Tangkhulic language Uipo in the Indian State of Manipur.   The citation fo

12/06/2019

In conjunction with its 2019 observance of the International Year of Indigenous Languages, the LSA is pleased to announce the

12/02/2019

The LSA's flagship journal Language is delighted to announce a roster of new Associate Editors (AEs) who will begin their service in 20

11/14/2019

The LSA is delighted to announce that the inaugural Elizabeth Dayton Award will be given to Valentyna Filimonova (Indiana University Bloomington), pictured at right. 

11/13/2019

In the voting which concluded on November 2, the following were elected to office in the LSA, effective at the end of the 2020 Annual Meeting:

11/13/2019

Come join this webinar to find out what linguistics departments are doing to develop open policies in a manner consistent with disciplinary norms and values.  The webinar will be led by representatives from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's

11/04/2019

The LSA is delighted to announce that the 2020 Leonard Bloomfield Book Award will be given to Vsevolod Kapatsinski (University of Oregon) for his book Changing Minds Changing Tools: From Learning Theory to Language Acquisition to Language Change (MIT Press, 2018).

11/01/2019

The LSA is pleased to announce the publication of the newest title in its book series partnership with Routledge: Bilingualism, by Shahrzad Mahootian. A portion of royalties from the sale of this book benefit the LSA.

10/31/2019

It gives the LSA great pleasure to announce that the Best Paper in Language 2019 Award will be given to "The noun-verb distinction in established and emergent sign systems" by (pictured below, clockwise from upper left) Natasha Abner, Molly Flaherty, Katelyn Stangl, Marie Coppola, Diane

10/30/2019

The LSA is delighted to announce the debut of a joint membership arrangement with the American Dialect Society (ADS) whereby members of one of the societies will receive a $5 discount on membership in the other.

10/16/2019

The LSA is delighted to announce that Jon Sprouse (University of Connecticut) has been selected to receive the LSA's inaugural C.L.

10/15/2019

Interested in getting published, but not sure how to get started?  Sign up for the LSA’s webinar on The Writing Process.  Award-winning authors Sharese King and Charles Yang (see bios below) will serve as paneleists.

10/11/2019

The LSA is pleased to announce the publication of the fourth volume of our newest conference proceedings publication: the Wor

10/11/2019

The LSA reports with regret the death of Dorothy C. Siegel on September 22, 2019. Dorothy joined the LSA in 1997 as a faculty member of the University of Toledo's Department of English Language and Literature.

10/08/2019

Please join the LSA in congratulating the recipients of the Early Career Award, the Kenneth L.

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