February 21, 2019

This year's International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation (ICLDC) kicks off next week in Mānoa, Hawaiʻi, and features numerous presentations by Berkeley faculty, staff, students, and alumni:  

  • Julia NeeCommunication Based Instruction and Evaluation of Language Revitalization
  • Anna Berge (PhD '97) and Edwin KoInteractive Maps, Place, and Context 
  • Andrew Garrett, Edwin Ko, Julia Nee, Zachary O'Hagan, and Ronald Sprouse:  "Pre-archiving" with the California Language Archive: Incremental Archiving and Early Ongoing Curation
  • Kate Hedges, Leanne Hinton and Todd Gettleman: Organizing Linguistic Data for Language Revitalization: The Konkow Maidu Website and Database 
  • Hannah Sande (PhD '17) and Madeleine Oakley: Learning from experience: How to run phonetic experiments in the field
  • Jorge Rosés Labrada and Justin Spence (PhD '13): Historical Linguistics for Language Revitalization: Connecting Communities Past and Present 
  • Wesley Leonard (PhD '07), Megan Lukaniec and Adrienne Tsikewa: Decolonizing Indigenous Language Technologies: Centering Communities and their Languages in Technology
  • Erica Carson Jr., Ethan Rimdzius, Brady Dailey, James Sbordone and Catherine O'Connor (PhD '86): Bear Woman Told Four Times: Leveraging Scarce Resources for Learning
  • James Sbordone, Ethan Rimdzius, Brady Dailey and Catherine O’Connor (PhD '86): Web Design Strategies for Interactive Stories and Texts