When? Wednesdays 3:10PM-4:30PM
Where? Fall 2020 via Zoom
What? We are a working group dedicated to the critical examination of methodologies in language documentation, description, and revitalization, as well as to the linguistic and ethnohistorical analysis that falls out from that work. Our aim is to learn from and ultimately improve upon methods for carrying out more rigorous, insightful and ethical linguistic and cultural documentation, revitalization, and revival, as well as to help researchers implement those methods.
How? Fieldwork Forum is made possible through a Working Group Grant provided by the Townsend Center for the Humanities at the University of California, Berkeley.
Who? FForum is organized by Wesley dos Santos, Emily Drummond, and Zach Wellstood. We welcome all those interested in linguistic fieldwork, with all levels of experience, including those in other departments. To join our mailing list, write to wellstood at berkeley dot edu.
See a list of our past talks here.
Upcoming Schedule (Tentative)
2020.09.02 Welcome back!
Join us via Zoom for the first FForum meeting of the semester, where we will catch up on summer developments. All are welcome!
2020.09.09 Christine Beier and Lev Michael (UC Berkeley)
2020.09.16 Peter Jenks (UC Berkeley)
2020.09.23 Katie Russell (UC Berkeley)
2020.10.14 Alex Elias (UC Berkeley)
2020.10.21 Amy Rose Deal (UC Berkeley)
2020.10.28 Amalia Skilton (UT Austin)
2020.11.04 Ignacio Montoya (U. Nevada, Reno)
2020.11.11 Katie Sardinha (Independent Scholar)
2020.11.18 Lisa Matthewson (UBC)
2020.11.25 No FForum
2020.12.02 Maura O'Leary (UCLA)