For Educators

The LSA presented a webinar in a continuing series of Meet the Authors sessions, entitled “Reconstructing the evolution of Indo-European grammar” scheduled for October 15th at 12PM EST.
The LSA is working to faciilitate diversity, equity, and inclusion in linguistics hiring practices.
In May 2021, the LSA Executive Committee approved the LSA Statement Against Linguistic Misgendering written by the Committee for LGBTQ+ Issues in Linguistics (COZIL).
The LSA has been a long-time advocate for federal (US) programs that support Native American language preservation and revitalization efforts. The information below is organized in reverse chronological order, and lists past legislative efforts.
The LSA publishes a wide range of scholarly journals, conference proceedings, handbooks, newsletters, pamphlets, and hosts a variety of scholalry materials in its archive. We invite you to explore the links below to all of our scholarly publications and related materials.
Summary The Linguistic Society of America values the open sharing of scholarship, and encourages the fair review of Open Scholarship in hiring, tenure, promotion, and awards. The LSA encourages scholars, departments, and evaluation committees to actively place value on Open Scholarship in their evaluation process with the aim of encouraging greater accessibility, distribution, and use of linguistic research.

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