The Society for Interlinguistics was founded in Berlin in 1991. Today the society has about 85 members, who are mostly linguists.
The Chair at present is Prof. Dr. Sabine Fiedler
The Society for Interlinguistics is a scholarly organization that deals with the various aspects of international communication. These include issues in the areas of
- language policy
- cultural studies
- information technology.
The activities of the Society for Interlinguistics include:
- publishing the newsletter "Interlinguistische Informationen" (Information on Interlinguistics), which is mainly centred on bibliographical work
- organizing annual scientific conferences and publishing proceedings,
- encouraging its members to give lectures and to publish inside and outside the Society and to work together with institutions and colleagues interested in interlinguistic topics.
Anyone interested in interlinguistic topics can apply to become a member of the Society for Interlinguistics, as long as they acknowledge the GIL by-laws. The application form can be found here. The Board, in accordance with the by-laws, will decide on the membership application.
Prof. Dr. Sabine Fiedler
Institut für Anglistik
Beethovenstr. 15, 04107 Leipzig