Fwd: locating audio collections that are at risk
johanna.laakso at univie.ac.at
Tue May 22 01:47:50 UTC 2012
we are not quite "Pacific", but in principle, this might interest some of us.
Univ.Prof. Dr. Johanna Laakso
Universität Wien, Institut für Europäische und Vergleichende Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft (EVSL)
Campus AAKH Spitalgasse 2-4 Hof 7
johanna.laakso at univie.ac.at • http://homepage.univie.ac.at/Johanna.Laakso/
Project ELDIA: http://www.eldia-project.org/
Välitetty viesti alkaa:
> Lähettäjä: Nick Thieberger <thien at UNIMELB.EDU.AU>
> Aihe: locating audio collections that are at risk
> Päivämäärä: 22. toukokuuta 2012 2.04.08 UTC+2.00
> Vastaanottaja: LINGTYP at LISTSERV.LINGUISTLIST.ORG
> Vastaus: thien at unimelb.edu.au
> I am writing to ask for your help in compiling a list of linguistic
> recordings that need to be digitised.
> PARADISEC is a project that has been locating collections of
> recordings in small and endangered languages (see the current catalog:
> http://bit.ly/SearchParadisec) and digitising them where possible.
> We are currently collecting information about further such collections
> and are asking if you could fill in a brief survey form (4 questions,
> listed below) on this page:
> Please feel free to distribute this message.
> Thanks for your help,
> Nick Thieberger
> Project Manager,
> Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered
> Cultures (PARADISEC) http://paradisec.org.au
> 1. Do you know of recordings of small or endangered languages that are
> not yet digitised? These could be in personal collections or in
> established repositories that do not plan to digitise their
> collections. If so, please provide as much detail as you can about the
> number and type of recordings (reel to reel, cassette, DAT etc), the
> content, and the state of their current storage. Can you provide
> information about who to contact about these collections?
> 2. Do you know of collections whose catalogs are not available through
> federated searches (that is, they are only available if you visit
> their website and not anywhere else on the web) and for which we could
> provide a reference to make it easier to find them?
> 3. Do you know of repositories of manuscripts that have received
> little attention from linguists but which are likely, in your opinion,
> to have linguistic records in them? These may include, for example,
> missionary archives or State administrative archives.
> 4. Please include your name and contact email so we can follow up with
> you if necessary (email addresses will not be added to any lists).
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