[lg policy] 4th International Summer School on Endangered Languages: From Documentation to Revitalisation

erdal ayan davutlu60 at YAHOO.COM
Tue Jul 5 10:36:54 UTC 2011


Hi,
 
I unfortunately coul not find the exact link of the summer school. Could you please send a direct link to me ASAP?
 
Best...

Erdal Ayan (B.A.)
 
Graduate of Western Languages and Literatures
(English Language and Literature)
Undergraduate of Sociology
Address I: Hitit Un.Samsun Cad. Hitit Universitesi Meslek Yuksekokulu
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From: Julia Sallabank <js72 at soas.ac.uk>
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>Subject: [lg policy] 4th International Summer School on Endangered Languages: From Documentation to Revitalisation
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>4th International Summer School
>Endangered Languages:
>From Documentation to  Revitalisation
>
>Lyon : 2-13 July 2012
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>The 4th International '3L' (London, Leiden, Lyon) 
>summer school on endangered languages will be hosted by LED-TDR (Langues En Danger-Terrain Documentation Revitalisation), DDL & ICAR CNRS laboratories, University Lyon 2, France.
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>The focus of this summer school will be on the links between work on description, documentation and archiving of endangered languages and the conservation, revalorisation and revitalisation of these languages. 
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>The summer school will include morning lectures by major figures of the field, afternoon courses and workshops and thematic evenings. One goal of the school is to facilitate networking between on-going field projects and provide support for the launching of new field projects linked to revitalisation projects. The Summer School will be trilingual: English-French-Spanish.
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>On Friday 6th and Saturday 7th  of July, the 3L Consortium will host an International Conference on the Evaluation of 20 years of focus on Endangered Languages (1992-2012), with the participation of UNESCO, the CTLDC and the major foundations for Endangered Languages. 
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>On Wednesday 11th  July the Summer School will also include a student conference.
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>Apologies for cross-postings. For further information please contact the address below.
>-- Pascale Paulin, Ethnolinguiste
UMR 5596 - CNRS & Université Lumière Lyon 2
Laboratoire Dynamique du Langage
Institut des Sciences de l'Homme
14 avenue Berthelot
69363 LYON CEDEX 07 
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