21.4479, Confs: Language Documentation/Japan

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Subject: 21.4479, Confs: Language Documentation/Japan

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Date: 08-Nov-2010
From: Toshihide Nakayama [nakayama at aa.tufs.ac.jp]
Subject: Models for Capacity Development in Language Documentation
 

	
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Date: Mon, 08 Nov 2010 13:01:24
From: Toshihide Nakayama [nakayama at aa.tufs.ac.jp]
Subject: Models for Capacity Development in Language Documentation

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Models for Capacity Development in Language Documentation 

Date: 12-Nov-2010 - 13-Nov-2010 
Location: Tokyo, Japan 
Contact: Toshihide Nakayama 
Contact Email: lingdy-office at aacore.net 
Meeting URL: http://lingdy.aacore.jp/en/activity/ctldc2010.html 

Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation 

Meeting Description: 

The goal of this symposium is to compare and contrast models of training in language documentation and conservation in order to allow for a deeper understanding of the varied contexts, goals, strategies, and challenges that underlie training programs worldwide. The presenters at the symposium represent organizations which either provide training in language documentation and conservation or facilitate training programs through resource sharing. This symposium has been planned as part of preparation for formation of The Consortium on Training in Language Documentation and Conservation (CTLDC). 

Models for Capacity Development in Language Documentation and Conservation

Day 1	Friday 12 Novemer

9:00-10:30
Session 1	

9:00-9:15	
Opening
	
9:15-9:30	
CTLDC: Overview

9:30-10:00	
Toshi Nakayama: Linguistic Dynamics Science Project (LingDy)

10:00-10:30	
Carol Genetti: The Institute on Field Linguistics and Language Documentation

11:00-12:30
Session 2	

11:00-11:30	
Ganesh Devy: Language Conservation Experiments of Bhasha Research Centre

11:30-12:00	
Akhunzada Fakhruddin: Capacity Development in Language Documentation and Conservation

12:00-12:30	
Daryn McKenny: Miromaa Aboriginal Language Technology Centre

1:30-3:00
Session 3	

1:30-2:00	
Akatsuki Takahashi: UNESCO Policy Instruments

2:00-2:30	
Margaret Florey: The Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity: Building an International Strategy

2:30-3:00	
Rozenn Milin: Sorosoro, So the Languages of the World May Prosper!

3:30-5:30
Session 4	

3:30-4:00	

Margaret Carew: Language Documentation Training at Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, NT, Australia

4:00-4:30	
Kathleen Heugh: Collaboration in Language Training Programs: Risks and Opportunities

4:30-5:00	
Nick Thieberger: Training for LD&C
 
Day 2 Saturday 13 November

9:00-10:30
Session 5	

9:00-9:30	
Anne-Marie Wanamp: University of Goroka, Papua New Guinea with BOLD

9:30-10:00	
Yusuf Sawaki: What is it to be Shared with Speech Communities about Language Documentation? Learning from the Wooi and Iha Documentation Projects

10:00-10:30	
Peter Keegan: Language Documentation and Conservation in New Zealand

Session 5	11.00-12.30

11:00-11:30	
Victoria Rau: Training in Language Documentation and Conservation in Taiwan

11:30-12:00	
Suwilai Premsrirat: A Model for Capacity Building in Language Documentation and Language Conservation: Community-based Language Revitalization in Thailand

12:00-12:30	
Feng Wang: Language Documentation and Conservation in Peking University

1:30-3:30
Session 7	

1:30-2:00	
Lungtaen Gyatso: Development of Orthography for Tshanglalo

2:00-2:30	
Narayan Sharma: Endangered Language Documentation and Conservation: Evidence from Nepal

2:30-3:00	
Misako Ohnuki: A Practical Example of the ACCU's Book Development Project 'Folk Tales from Asia'

3:30-5:30
Session 8 	

3:30-5:00	
Plenary discussion	

5:00	
Closing





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