For Linguists

The Linguistic Society of America has provided a forum for a number of presentations, workshops, and resource sessions at both the Annual Meeting and the Summer Linguistic Institute. Below are a number of presentations and handouts on the subject of professional development as well as other non-LSA resources, both divided by stage of career. 
View model sample abstracts. Deadlines for receipt of abstracts: Wednesday, 31 July 2013, 11:59 PM US Eastern Time. Technical support for abstract submission will not be available after 5:00 p.m. EDT on 31 July.
The LSA’s Resource Hub gathers all of the LSA’s information assets in one easy-to-reach location on our website.  Users may conduct a general search by key word, or may filter their search according to target audience, issue(s) addressed, type of resource, and year the resource was created. Explore the Resource Hub today!
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From promoting scientific research funding to supporting multilingual education, the LSA is active in a broad range of policy issues affecting language and linguistics. Our work is focused in four main areas:

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