Open to English-language and multilingual sites featuring academic and professional linguistics organizations, associations, and societies.
Information on membership, conferences and activities, dictionaries by members, newsletters and a mailing list
Includes dictionaries, conferences, members and subscription information.
National organization for linguistics and linguists in Australia. Covers membership information, proceedings of previous conferences, and information on awards and scholarships.
Organizes a yearly conference on linguistics. The site presents programs and online proceedings of previous years' conferences as well as membership information.
Presents news, membership information, conferences and an events calendar.
Provides information on membership, conferences, award, newsletter, personnel, bookshop, journals, calendar of events and mailing list.
The international organising body for the Systemic community. Its main function is the organisation of the International Systemic-Functional Congress ISFC (Annual Congress).
Encourages research in a variety of theoretical framework. Conferences, proceedings, minutes, financial report and officers.
Membership information, member email list, constitution, and a directory of programs in linguistics in the United States and Canada.
Covers membership information and provides resources on linguistics in Great Britain. Also includes information on its annual conference.
A not-for-profit membership organization that promotes the study and teaching of language and literature.
Founded in 1968 to serve scholars teaching and researching in Germanic Linguistics and Philology. Journal of Germanic Linguistics, newsletter, and conference updates.
Organizes a yearly conference for students of linguistics worldwide, aiming to provide a forum for the coming generations of linguistics to present independent research to an international audience. Also publishes a yearly volume of proceedings, which are available online for download as of year 2000.
A graduate student-run organization at the University of California, Berkeley dedicated to sponsoring an annual conference and publishing the proceedings. The site lists programs of previous conferences.
Oldest student-run linguistic society in the US. Holds an annual, peer-reviewed, international conference in early Spring where linguists from all around the world present and discuss their work. Also publishes a volume of proceedings each year on papers presented in the conference. The site offers a list of previous years' conference programs and some of the online proceedings.
Professional support for female Germanists (lecturers, translators, tutors, editors, and writers) in Great Britain and Ireland. Mission statement, membership information, event announcements, links.
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