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. The issue was created as part of the LSA's ongoing observance of the United Nations' International Year of Indigenous Languages in 2019. The special issue was edited by Sally Thomason, past President of the LSA and a former Editor of Language. It features a new introduction by Thomason, along with a selection of seminal articles published in our journal from the earliest days of its founding in the 1920s to the present.

Part One has been published on the LSA website, with links to all articles available in the Table of Contents via our online journal archive in JSTOR.

Part Two has been published by the LSA in partnership with Project MUSE, with all articles compiled within a new special issue of Language.