LSA 90th Anniversary Cake

Missed a 90th Anniversary presentation you wanted to hear at the 2014 Annual Meeting in Minneapolis? Hoping to revisit and share a presentation you enjoyed? Here you can find all the presentation aids from the 90th Anniversary symposia held during the Annual Meeting in Minneapolis.

Be sure to also visit our YouTube channel to view a special video presentation to mark the 90th anniversary of the founding of the LSA premeired at the Annual Meeting.

Phonetics in 1924, Patricia Keating, UCLA

Ninety Years of Phonology: Plus ça change, Plus c’est la même chose, Stephen R. Anderson, Yale University

Morphology: The Last 40 Years, Mark Aronoff, Stony Brook University

90th LSA Anniversary: Syntax, D. Terence Langendoen, University of Arizona

Semantics and Pragmatics Then and Now, Barbara Partee, University of Massachusetts

Psychology and Linguistics 1914-2013, Thomas Bever, University of Arizona

Language and the Brain, Lise Menn, University of Colorado, and Matthew Goldrick, Northwestern University

Applied Linguistics (including L2) 1924 vs 2014, Elaine Tarone, University of Minnesota

Historical Linguistics, 1924-2014, Sarah G. Thomason, University of Michigan

Language, Culture, and Society: 1924-2014, Roger W. Shuy, Georgetown University

The History of the LSA, Frederick J. Newmeyer, University of Washington, University of British Columbia, and Simon Fraser University

How Did (American) Women Linguists Become Women in Linguistics?, Margaret Thomas, Boston College

The LSA Linguistic Institutes, Julia S. Falk

On the History of LSA Publications: Stability and Change, Hope C. Dawson & Brian D. Joseph, The Ohio State University 

Linguists' Work With Endangered Languages, Lindsay Whaley, Darthmouth College