This is the LaTeX template for papers submitted to Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America (PLSA). The sp.bst used in the template was created by Kai von Fintel based on a merlin.mbs by Patrick W. Daly. Style sheet this template is meant to adhere to can be found at http://journals.linguisticsociety.org/proceedings/index.php/PLSA/pages/view/instructions.
Sarah E. Murray, Patrick Farrel, Daniil M. Ozernyi
An explainer targeted at students and researchers in linguistics (syntax, specifically) for fine-grained control of arrows in syntax diagrams (both trees and linear structures). Written for students in Linguistics and Cognitive Science at the Claremont Colleges but likely useful for others as well.
A bare-bones template for writing Linguistics papers at Pomona College. It may also be useful to linguists/linguistics students at other places. Includes links to our quick reference guide as well, which has more detailed instructions on formatting for linguistics papers.
A template for writing papers in Linguistics at Pomona College. This guide has instructions for how to use the packages that are included in the template. The explanations given here (as well as the resources that are linked to in the guide) should give a complete LaTeX novice everything they need to write a linguistics paper at Pomona College. This will likely also be useful to linguists and linguistics students in other places who are learning LaTeX.
This template follows the guidelines for abstract submission to the Manchester Phonology Meeting (MfM): 1 page maximum, A4 paper, 2.5cm margins, single spacing, minimum 12pt font size, normal character spacing, optional full bibliography, IPA support.
This is a template that can be used for drawing syntactic trees, which are used in linguistic analysis in the subfield of linguistics called syntax. This template uses the standalone document class so that the resulting tree can be downloaded and inserted into another document (e.g., a Word document). The tree drawing is done using the package forest.