About the society

The International Society for Language Studies (ISLS) was created in 2002 by scholars united in their goal to have a forum encouraging and disseminating post-positivistic research in languages matters, broadly conceived.

Prior to the founding of ISLS such research was presented in venues primarily designed for applied linguistics, educational studies, language-specific concerns, literary criticism, anthropology, sociology, history, or similar disciplines.

ISLS seeks to bring together scholars from research disciplines whose research has been on issues of language studies.

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