[lg policy] Na'vi Research Study

Debbie East eastdebbie at YAHOO.COM
Tue Jun 14 12:18:05 UTC 2011


I'm with Jeremy, Christine.  I'm glad to see someone doing serious academic work on created languages.  I'd like to see where your research takes you as well.  Unlike Jeremy, I know there is practical and theoretical (where one of these is the other is always there) to learn.  Keep us informed.

Debbie



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>From: Jeremy Graves <jayrkirk42 at yahoo.com>
>To: Language Policy List <lgpolicy-list at groups.sas.upenn.edu>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 7:51 AM
>Subject: Re: [lg policy] Na'vi Research Study
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>Dear Christine,
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>I have not studied Na'vi, but it's nice to see someone doing serious academic work on created languages. I wrote an undergraduate research paper on the subject myself, and have since wondered if there could be some practical (or at least theoretical) use for the practice. I'll be interested to see where your research takes you.
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>Sincerely,
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>Jeremy Graves
>Adjunct Lecturer
>English Language Institute
>University of Florida
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>From: "Schreyer, Christine" <Christine.Schreyer at ubc.ca>
>To: lgpolicy-list at groups.sas.upenn.edu
>Sent: Tue, June 14, 2011 1:59:58 AM
>Subject: [lg policy] Na'vi Research Study
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>Kaltxì, my name is Christine Schreyer and I am an assistant professor of Anthropology at UBC (Okanagan campus).  Recently, I taught a course that focused partially on created languages, including Na’vi, and I have since become intrigued by the large numbers of people who are learning the Na’vi language around the world and I would like to learn more about who these learners are, why they are interested in learning Na’vi, how they are learning it, and how they think the Na’vi language will develop over the next few years.
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>If you have ever studied any of the Na'vi language and are interested in participating in this research, please visit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NAVI
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>Feel free to share the survey address with anyone you think might be interested as well. I look forward to hearing from you all. 
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>Christine
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>Dr. Christine Schreyer
>Assistant Professor - Anthropology Programme
>Community, Culture and Global Studies
>Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences
>University of British Columbia Okanagan
>Arts 249 - 3333 University Way
>Kelowna BC, V1V 1V7
>Phone #: (250) 807-9314
>Email: christine.schreyer at ubc.ca
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