CoLang 2016

CoLang 2016 Public Events

The following CoLang events are free and open to the public. Advanced registration is not required, though seating may be limited in some venues.Unless otherwise noted, all events take place at Schiable Auditorium on the UAF campus. For more information contact colang2016 [at] gmail.com. 

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Date Time Event
Monday
June 20
1-2pm Intergenerational Approach to the Deline Mapping Project [details]
Tuesday
June 21
1-2pm Including Children in Language Documentation and Revitalization [details]
Wednesday
June 22
1-2pm Teaching Language through Distance Education [details]
Wednesday
June 22
7:30-9:00pm Film: Language Matters
Thursday
June 23
1-2pm

Guided Conversation for Language Documentation and Revitalization [details]

Friday
June 24
1-2pm

Language Documentation in Our Own Front Yard [details]

Monday
June 27
1-2pm

The Seminole Nation Language Project: Combining Master-Apprentice Classes with Language Documentation [details]

Tuesday
June 28
1-2pm  Language Revitalization and the Arts  [details]
Wednesday
June 29
1-2pm Fieldwork in the Caucasus  [details]
Wednesday
June 29
7:30-8:30pm Film: Rising Voices
Friday
July 1
TBA

Impacts Presentations. CoLang participants will demonstrate how CoLang has impacted them. 

Wednesday
July 6

7-9pm

Special Screening: Uksuum Cauyai: The Drums of Winter, directed by Sarah Elder and Leonard Kamerling. Location: UA Museum of the North Auditorium

Wednesday
July 13
7-9pm

"Miyako Evening (宮古島 の夕べ)" This evening event (July 13, 7-9p, Gathering Room, Brooks Building) will begin with Mr. Hiroyuki Nakama, "Nakama sensei", and  UAF graduate student Yoko Kugo giving a short introduction to Miyako (Okinawa) culture, geography, and language. Miyako is one of the 3 CoLang field-methods languages. Then Nakama sensei will introduce the sounds of the Okinawan guitar, the sanshin. A potluck dinner will follow. Please bring what you might like to share. Location: Gathering Room, Brooks Building

Thursday  July 14 10:45am

Susan Paskvan, talking about songs. Location: Duckering Rm 352

Friday   July 15 10:45am Siri Tuttle, talking about phonetics/phonology. Location: Duckering Rm 352 
Monday July 18 10:45am April Councellor, talking about Alutiiq Museum Archives. Location: Duckering Rm 352
Tuesday July 19 9:30am Hishinlai' Peter, talking about language learning materials. Location: Duckering Rm 352
Wednesday July 20 10:45am Leslie McCartney and Siri Tuttle, talking about ethics and archives. Location: Duckering Rm 352
Wednesday July 20 7-9pm Special Screening: Changa Revisited, directed by Peter Biella and Leonard Kamerling. Location: UA Museum of the North Auditorium

 

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