ELL: Special Endangered Languages issue of Cultural SurvivalQuarterly
Jon.Reyhner at NAU.EDU
Fri May 25 19:15:26 UTC 2001
Yes, we are trying to get 50 copies delivered in time for the meeting. I
think this will be possible.
Peter Brand wrote:
> Will the mag. be on sale at SILS 8 ?
> > From: Jon Reyhner <Jon.Reyhner at NAU.EDU>
> > Reply-To: endangered-languages-l at cleo.murdoch.edu.au
> > Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 21:40:13 -0700
> > To: endangered-languages-l at carmen.murdoch.edu.au
> > Subject: ELL: Special Endangered Languages issue of Cultural Survival
> > Quarterly
> > Cultural Survival Quarterly
> > Summer 2001 Issue
> > Endangered Languages, Endangered Lives
> > Guest Edited by Eileen Moore Quinn
> > The cover title, "Endangered Languages ? Endangered Lives" provides the
> > context for our June issue. Presenting examples from Europe, Africa,
> > Asia,
> > Australia, and the Americas, it is guest-edited by Dr. Eileen Moore
> > Quinn, a
> > linguistic anthropologist who specializes in the Irish language and who
> > teaches at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge,
> > Massachusetts. Included are the writings of indigenous peoples, ethnic
> > minorities, research activists and scholars, some of whom compare global
> > linguistic "crash" to worldwide loss in ecological bio-diversity. This
> > special Cultural Survival Quarterly offers readable material to
> > educators,
> > and provides advice on how to preserve cultural and linguistic heritage.
> > What this issue demonstrates is that no hard and fast formula for
> > language
> > preservation is likely to emerge. Just as each case has been the result
> > of a
> > unique set of historic and cultural circumstances, so too must
> > revitalization or revival efforts be dovetailed to meet the needs and
> > goals
> > of specific linguistic communities. Dialogue and interaction, on the
> > other
> > hand, allow those who work in linguistic preservation to be apprised of
> > constraints and accesses, strengths and liabilities, which propelled or
> > retarded the efforts of others.
> > Editorial Lineup:
> > Marion BlueArm, Maintaining Lakota on the Cheyenne River Reservation.
> > Jonathan David Bobaljik, Language Shift on the Kamchatka Peninsula.
> > Lucia Clark, On the Brink?Griko: A language of resistance and
> > celebration.
> > Deidre d1Entremont, By Any Means Necessary? Tourism, economics and the
> > preservation of language.
> > Jessie Little Doe Fermino, You are a Dead People.
> > André M. Kapanga, Recreating a Language: a socio-historical approach to
> > the
> > study of Shaba Swahili.
> > Joan Smith/Kocamahhul, For Reasons Out of Our Hands: a community
> > identifies
> > the causes of language shift.
> > Ole Henrik Magga & Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, The Saami Languages: the
> > present
> > and the future.
> > Patrick McConvell, Looking for the Two-Way Street.
> > Daniel Nettle & Suzanne Romaine, The Last Survivors.
> > Gilvan Müller de Oliveira, Endangered Languages in Town: the
> > urbanization of
> > indigenous languages in the Brazilian Amazon.
> > Eileen Moore Quinn, Can this Language be Saved?
> > Jon Reyhner, Cultural Survival vs. Forced Assimilation.
> > Anna Saroli, Can Quechua Survive?
> > Lindsay Whaley, The Growing Shadow of Oroqen Language and Culture.
> > CSQ is the award-winning magazine of Cultural Survival, the
> > international
> > human rights organization for Indigenous Peoples and ethnic minorities.
> > CSQ's mission is based on the belief that the survival of other ways of
> > life
> > depends on the preservation of their rights in deciding to adapt
> > traditional
> > ways to a changing world. Articles explore the interconnected issues
> > that
> > affect indigenous and ethnic communities, including environmental
> > destruction, land rights, sustainable development, and cultural
> > preservation
> > programs.
> > AVAILABLE JUNE 15
> > Cost: 5.00USD + 2.50USD shipping
> > Bulk discounts available
> > To order, contact:
> > Sofia Flynn, Publications
> > 215 Prospect Street
> > Cambridge, MA 02139
> > t: 617.441.5406
> > f: 617.441.5417
> > sflynn at cs.org
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Jon Reyhner, Associate Professor
Northern Arizona University
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