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CoLang 2014: Institute on Collaborative Language ResearchFollow @CoLang2014
CoLang 2014 Registration is now available!
Click here to register online today or here for the paper registration form.
The first 10 paid in full registrants get a free CoLang 2014 water bottle.
Why attend CoLang 2014?
"I re-energized myself learning about the positive work of
fellow indigenous language activists."
Lindsay Marean, Potawatomi
InField '10, CoLang '12
CoLang offers an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students, practicing linguists, and indigenous community members to develop and refine skills and approaches to language documentation and revitalization. The Institute is designed to provide an opportunity for a diverse range of participants to become trained in a wide range of skills in community-centered language documentation.
The institute consists of two parts: the Workshops - two weeks of intensive workshops on practices, principals and models of language documentation and revitalization, followed by a four-week field methods course, working with speakers of select indigenous languages applying hands-on techniques in language documentation. Participants may choose to enroll only in the two-week Workshops.
Advisory Circle: Co-Conveners: Mary Linn (2014; CELP Liaison); Toshihide Nakayama (2014); Other Members:Kennedy Bosire; (2016); Jenny Davis (2014); Arienne Dwyer (2016); Colleen Fitzgerald (2018); Margaret Florey (2014); Susan Gehr (2016); Spike Gildea (2014); Brad McDonnell (2014); Daryn McKenny (2016); Carlos Nash (2016); Keren Rice (2014); Patricia Shaw (2014; SSILA Liaison); and Eno-Abasi Urua (2014)
Previous Institute Hosts: Previous Institutes were hosted by the University of Kansas in 2012 (CoLang 2012),the University of Oregon in 2010 (InField 2010), and the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2008 (InField 2008).
Charter: Co-Lang/InField Institute Charter (Adopted June 26, 2012)
Local Organizing Committee: Find out more about who we are by clicking here.