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Welcome to the Australian Linguistic Society website

The Australian Linguistic Society is the national organization for linguists and linguistics in Australia. Its primary goal is to further interest in and support for linguistics research and teaching in Australia.

The Society, established in 1967, publishes the Australian Journal of Linguistics, a journal of international standing, which includes articles from all areas of linguistics, although having a particular focus on linguistics carried out by Australian linguists or about Australian indigenous languages or Australian English.

ALS also holds an Annual Conference, and every few years runs the Australian Linguistics Institute.

Please note that this page is the only page you should bookmark, and it should be bookmarked with the address http://www.als.asn.au. While other addresses may get you to this same page, the site is likely to move around sometimes, and this address is the only one which will remain stable.

2014 ALS Conference

The 2014 ALS Conference is being hosted by the University of Newcastle. The conference dates are:

Wednesday 10  December - Friday 12 December

Deadline for abstract submissions: Friday 5 September 2014.

See the Call for Papers.



by Dr. Radut