Aljazeera Programme on Endangered Languages

There’s an interesting-looking TV series starting on Al Jazeera about endangered languages. The description on the website reads “Living the Language: Every 14 days a language dies. Follow the people battling to save theirs.” One of the six featured languages is spoken in Canada (Ktunaxa) and another is spoken in Guatemala (Maya). More information here: http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/livingthelanguage/

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About Gretchen

Gretchen graduated with an MA from McGill in 2013. Her MA thesis was about verb stem composition in Mi'gmaq. She's also interested in linguistics outreach and using tech tools for language documentation/revitalization.

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