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Cultural Sustainability, Language
In collaboration with the Endangered Language Project, the Language Vitality Initiative has launched “A Stream of Voices,” an article series sharing the stories of effective language practices by communities and their advocates.
Eight monthly online workshops will cover panoramic topics identified by ANA grantees.
Each gathering will be hosted by a different content creator who will lead a discussion on their language-based social media topic.
The case studies are open access and available online.
Cultural Sustainability, Education, Language
The initiative is looking for individual speakers or families with the Corca Dhuibhne dialect to film videos in West Kerry once a week during late summer.
The guide contains activities to better equip language revitalization practitioners with self-reflection skills.
In partnership with Nankai University, the Center has launched a new web page to highlight the work of the Sino-Tibetan Language and Linguistics Summer Institute.
The workshop is the second in a series of trainings on linguistic revitalization efforts of the Indigenous Sakha people produced by the Center’s Language Vitality Initiative.
The Language Vitality Initiative invites members of existing Indigenous or minoritized language efforts to apply for a virtual mentorship program.
The Center partnered with the Institute for Collaborative Research (CoLang) to establish a website for the biennial institute.