AISRI sponsors a variety of publications that contribute to the field of American Indian studies:
A monograph series published jointly by AISRI and the University of Nebraska Press. Contributions in the series include data oriented studies in ethnography, ethnohistory, folklore, and linguistics.
This is another series published jointly by AISRI and the University of Nebraska Press. Contributions in it include reprints of English-language collections of oral traditions published earlier in the century as well as collections not previously published
Each year the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas sponsors a competition in which younger scholars submit descriptive works written that year on American Indian languages. The competition winner receives the Mary R. Haas Award, named for the prominent linguist. It recognizes and encourages the finest work in indigenous American language studies based on significant field work. This series was established to publish the award-winning monographs.
Anthropological Linguistics is a journal jointly sponsored by AISRI and the Department of Anthropology. The journal embraces the languages of the world, but with a particular emphasis on the Americas. The special mission of the interdisciplinary journal is to foster work that is simultaneously linguistic and anthropological in nature, upholding the highest standards in both areas.