ANLC 50th Anniversary Celebration
Alaska Native Language Center 50th Anniversary Celebration
The Alaska Native Language Center (ANLC) celebrated our 50th anniversary with an event featuring speakers, panels, and workshops on Tuesday, October 4, 2022. Thank you to all who joined us for the day of celebration and to those who made the past 50 years of ANLC possible. We look forward to celebrating for the next 50 years to come.
Recordings of the event are available for educational viewing. If you have questions about the event our recordings, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Alaska Native Language Center (ANLC) celebrated its 50th anniversary with a celebration featuring speakers, panels, and workshops on Tuesday, October 4, 2022.
Dr. Edna MacLean gave the keynote presentation at the Alaska Native Language Center's 50th Anniversary celebration.
ANLC director Dr. Walkie Charles moderates a panel featuring Dr. Edna MacLean, Dr.
Phyllis Morrow and Dr. Chase Hensel on the history of the Alaska Native Language Center.
UAF Northwest Campus Director Dr. Barb QasuGlana Amarok moderates a panel on Alaska
Native Langauge Revitalization featuring Josie Tatauq Bourdon, Casey Cakataar Jack
and Haliehana Alaĝum Ayagaa Stepetin at the Alaska Native Language Center 50th Anniversary
UAF faculty Sam Alexander, Sally Samson and Jason Harris demonstrate multi-generational
language learning in a 30-minute workshop at the UAF Alaska Native Language Center
50th Anniversary celebration.
Collections Manager John DiCandelero gave a presentation on how to use the Alaska
Native Language Archives at the Alaska Native Language Center 50th Anniversary celebration.
Alaska Native Language Center faculty Dr. Hishinlai' Peter presented her work on an
annotated Gwich'in story at the ANLC 50th Anniversary celebration.
The UAF Alaska Native Language Center premiered a new film, Awake, on Indigenous Peoples'
Day 2022 followed by a short discussion with the filmmakers from Channel Films.
ANLC: Then and Now