This series is designed to attract, disseminate as widely as possible, and assist in the creation of the best possible book-length works that examine the indigenous languages of North and South America. Candidates of the series are winners of the Mary R. Haas Award, which is bestowed annually by the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas for best monograph written that year. The series seeks to publish descriptive monographs based on significant fieldwork, as well as dictionaries and analyzed collections of texts.
Annual Meeting (New York City)January 3, 2019
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Languages at the 2018 Meeting
- CFP: 22nd Workshop on American Indigenous Languages (WAIL)
- LSA offers fee waiver to Indigenous scholars for 2019–2020 meetings
- CFP: Community-based language research across the Americas
- Terrence Kaufman Collections at AILLA
- Call for Papers: 50th Algonquian Conference / Le 50e Congrès des Algonquinistes