Alaska Native Language Archive
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PO Box 757680
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UAF is currently recruiting
a PhD student to work with the Eyak Project,
beginning Fall 2013.
Applications are due January 31, 2013.
For more information see the project website.
Studies in Endangered Languages: Papers from the International Symposium on Endangered Languages, Tokyo, November 18-20, 1995
|Book: Studies in Endangered Languages: Papers from the International Symposium on Endangered Languages, Tokyo, November 18-20, 1995|
| The endangered situation of native languages in South America / Willem F.H. Adelaar -- Language survival in India: Challenges and responses / E. Annamalai -- Two cases of language endangerment: Aleut and Sámi / Knut Bergsland -- Minority language policy and endangered languages in China and Southeast Asia / David Bradley -- Various ways of dying and different kinds of deaths: scholarly approaches to language endangerment on the African continent / Matthias Brenzinger -- The scope of the language endangerment crisis and recent response to it / Michael Krauss -- Endangered languages of Russia: an informational database / Vida Yu. Mikhalchenko.|
|On the objectives of linguistic research on the Ainu / Osami Okuda -- On language maintenance and language shift in minority languages of Thailand: A case study of So (Thavung) / Suwilai Premsrirat -- The present situation of the Ainu language / Harumi Sawai -- Methods of language maintenance and revival, with selected cases of language endangerment in the world / Stephen A. Wurm -- Linguists and endangered language communities: Issues and approaches / Akira Y. Yamamoto.|| |
Matsumura, Kazuto (editor)
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