For Educators

Learn about the launch of Language Revitalization and Documentation, a new section of the LSA's flagship journal, Language.  The new section will build upon the existing base of knowledge to serve as a new venue for peer-reviewed research articles in language revitalization and documentation.
This 75-minute webinar will provide a brief introduction to social media, with a particular focus on Linguist Twitter. Attendees will come away with an overview of some of the benefits and pitfalls of social media, as well as pointers for social media etiquette. We will discuss how social media can benefit your research, teaching, networking, and community building.
Join the authors of “Toward Racial Justice in Linguistics: Interdisciplinary Insights into Theorizing Race in the Discipline and Diversifying the Profession” (Language, Volume 96, Number 4 (December 2020)) and several of the authors of the paper responses for a webinar about the paper and response process with an emphasis on the next steps towards greater racial justice in linguistics.
Students are the future of the linguistics profession.
How do I choose a program? First, you want to ask yourself what topic(s) in linguistics have motivated you to pursue a graduate degree. Think about what classes you have particularly enjoyed as well as what research topics have garnered your greatest curiosity. These are likely the topics that drive your interest.
The LSA is active on a range of issues affecting the field of linguistics and the broader social context in which linguists conduct their work. This compendium provides and overview of our outward-facing work on a range of contemporary issues.

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