Here are the guidelines for SSILA members who would like to submit new content to the New Publications section. If you want to let the SSILA membership know about a new book or a new dissertation on Native American/American Indian/First Nations/Indigenous American languages, this is the place to share this information. If you know about a new article published in a scholarly journal not specializing in Native American/American Indian/First Nations/Indigenous American languages, this is also a good place to alert SSILA members to it. Please provide a full bibliographical reference to the book or article, and if you want, post a link to a publisher’s site where this book or article can be purchased. Do not submit content copied out of a publisher’s site. If you have read a new book, and would like to write a short Booknote about it, this is also the place to submit it. Please keep the note to under 100 words. Booknotes may be submitted in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Dutch, but we may ask for a translation into English, or add such a translation ourselves. Do not post any content that could be interpreted as a personal attack on the author(s) of the book. Send the submission to the editor of the New Publications section, as e-mail: to willemdereuse at my.unt.edu. After consultation with other News editors as to appropriateness and format, your submission will be posted in the New Publications section.
Annual Meeting (New York City)January 3, 2019
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Languages at the 2018 Meeting
- 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
- Call for Papers: The phonetic structures of Indigenous languages of South America