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Resolutions A Resolution expresses the sense of the Linguistic Society of America on some matter of public importance. In general, LSA Resolutions relate to topics on which linguists have some relevant professional expertise. Find out more about proposing an LSA resolution.
by Lise Menn
The U.S. Congress has approved a spending bill to fund government activities for the rest of the current fiscal year (2013).
We invite you to learn more about the various areas of inquiry that comprise the field of linguistics via the articles below written by prominent liguists and leaders of the LSA. In addition to these articles, the LSA also publishes a series of FAQ pamphlets intended for a general audience.
A Guide for Linguistic Fieldwork http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/lingfieldwork/ Language Log http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/ LINGUIST List
An LSA Resolution expresses the sense of the Linguistic Society of America on some matter of public importance. In general, LSA Resolutions relate to topics on which linguists have some relevant professional expertise. This document describes the procedures for proposing and enacting LSA Resolutions.

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