Plenty of Native Language Events Left for June

One of, if not the, largest Native language events over the summer is the National Native Language Revitalization Summit in Washington, D.C. on June 22, 2011, which is coordinated by Cultural Survival and the National Alliance to Save Native Languages.

Otherwise, The Institute to Teach, Revitalize Indigenous Languages at the University of Arizona has a full calendar of Native language revitalization events planned for June. Their “brown bag” lecture series consists of noontime talks open to the public. For instance, today, June 14, 2011, Christine Sims – assistant professor for the University of New Mexico language, literacy and sociocultural studies department and director of the American Indian Language Policy Research Center director – will present “Native Language Teacher Verification: Perspectives from New Mexico,” at 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM (Mountain Time).

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