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2011 Native Language Events

There are plenty of Native languages events scheduled for 2011, hurry up and make plans before it is too late!

ICLDC: 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation – University of Hawaii, Ma:noa (Feb 11-13, 2011)

7th Annual Indigenous and American Studies Storyteller’s Conference (.pdf) – University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY (March 25-26, 2011)

Native American Language Preservation Summit – Falmouth Institute, Phoenix, AZ (March 28-30, 2011)

ONAYLF: 9th Annual Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair – Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Norman, OK (Pre-K-5th Grades: April 4th, 2011, 6th-12th Grades: April 5, 2011)

WAIL: 14th Annual Workshop on American Indigenous Languages – University of California, Santa Barbara, CA (April 15-16, 2011)

CELCNA: 7th Annual Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America – University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT (April 22-23, 2011)

18th Annual Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium – University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (May 20-22, 2011)

BOL: Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages – ELF: Endangered Language Fund, Washington, DC (June 13-24, 2011)

Create Native Language Print Materials and Create Native Language Storytelling (.pdf) – ILI: Indigenous Languages Institute, Santa Fe, NM (various dates)

In addition, note that many more conferences exist on specific Native languages. Some linguistics, endangered languages and Native American studies themed conferences will discuss Native languages too.

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2 Responses to “2011 Native Language Events”

  1. Sydney Cerio says:

    Real clean website, thank you for this post.

  2. Kiu says:

    you have to find out where down the line you have purebred acosetnrs.then you divide it up.take me for example.i have native american in me.my great great great grandmother was 100%.so that means my great great grandmother was 50%.my great grandmother was 25%.my grandmother was 12.5%.my dad is 6%.and that makes me 3%.just divide everything and you will have an answer.

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