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IJAL 86(1) Now Available

The latest issue of the International Journal of American Linguistics (IJAL) is available on the University of Chicago Press Journals website. A table of contents can be viewed below. Visit to explore the individual articles from this issue and to learn more about IJAL, including how to submit manuscripts and how to subscribe. Visit the website of IJAL’s editorial office […]

2019 SSILA Victor Golla Prize

Ofelia Zepeda SSILA is happy to announce the 2019 Victor Golla Prize was awarded to Ofelia Zepeda. The Victor Golla Prize recognizes the significant history of both linguistic scholarship and service to the scholarly community, with service that expands the quality and/or dissemination of such scholarship. Ofelia Zepeda’s contributions to our field include her own scholarly work […]

2019 Ken Hale Prize

Daryl Baldwin and the Myaamia Center at the Miami University of Ohio SSILA is happy to announce the 2019 Ken Hale Prize was awarded to Daryl Baldwin and the Myaamia Center at Miami University of Ohio. The Ken Hale prize is presented in recognition of outstanding community language work and a deep commitment to the […]

2019 SSILA Archiving Award

 The Chol Collection of Juan Jesús Vázquez Álvarez and Jessica Coon The SSILA Archiving Award committee was very happy to recommend that Juan Jesús Vázquez Álvarez and Jessica Coon receive the Archiving Award for their “Chol Collection of Juan Jesús Vázquez Álvarez and Jessica Coon” at AILLA. Praise from letters of recommendation include…”This collection is […]

FEL XXIII (2019) Causes of language endangerment: Looking for answers and finding solutions to the global decline in linguistic diversity

Sydney Centre for Language Research The University of Sydney14–16 December 2019 Click here to visit conference website Important dates Deadline for abstract submission: 1st July 2019 Notification of acceptance: 31st July 2019 Deadline for submission of full papers: 30th October 2019 Early bird registration starts: TBA Early bird registration ends: TBA Registration deadline: TBA Conference 14–16th […]

CFP: Linguistic Research with Diaspora Communities

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees estimates that as many as 56 million people around the world are displaced by war, disaster, environmental degradation, poverty, and other causes. Millions of speakers of endangered languages are among these displaced people, and linguists around the world increasingly find themselves working with speakers living outside their region […]