Language Revitalization

GAIL 2015-2017

These are the GAIL talks from 2015-2017:


March 18, 2015: Clare Sandy and Line Mikkelsen (UC Berkeley)

Punctuation is prosody: Making historic transcriptions of Karuk accessible for revitalization and research

Group in American Indian Languages (GAIL)

The Group in American Indian Languages (GAIL) meets twice each semester and brings together individuals interested in indigenous languages of the Americas for a potluck dinner and presentation.

News about recent and upcoming events can be found below, and a list of past talks can be found here.

A Report on Tribal Language Revitalization in Head Start and Early Head Start

Ruth Rouvier
2016

The Office of Head Start (OHS) has long supported the cultural and linguistic diversity of the families and children in its programs. This commitment includes support for language revitalization in tribal programs. In early 2015, OHS commissioned a project to learn directly about the efforts underway in the field, and the findings are presented in this report. Under a National Center on Cultural and Linguistic Responsiveness contract, visits were made to 17 tribal Head Start or Early Head Start (HS/EHS) programs.