Linguistic Society of America Publisher Description

THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA (LSA) was founded in 1924 for the advancement of the scientific study of language. The Society serves its nearly 5,000 individual members, institutional subscribers and the larger linguistics community through its scholarly meetings, publications, linguistic institutes, professional development programs, and special activities designed to advance the discipline. An interest in linguistics is the only requirement for membership. The LSA works to educate and inform the broader public about the unique role of human language and the value of linguistic research in understanding that role.

Journals Books
Journals in JSTOR from Linguistic Society of America
2 Journals in JSTOR Date Range
Language 1925 - 2017
LSA Bulletin 1970 - 2005
Guide to Programs in Linguistics 1974
University Resources in the United States and Canada for the Study of Linguistics 1962 - 1971
Bulletin (Linguistic Society of America) 1926 - 1969
Books in JSTOR from Linguistic Society of America
7 Books in JSTOR Copyright Date
A Census of French and Proven├žal Dialect Dictionaries in American Libraries 1937
The Germanic Case of Comparison with a Special Study of English 1929
The Indo-Hittite Laryngeals 1942
Navaho Texts 1942
Post-Consonantal W in Indo-European 1926
The Proto-Malayo-Polynesian Laryngeals 1953
Vedic Variants: A Study of the Variant Readings in the Repeated Mantras of the Veda. Volume 1: The Verb 1930