National Geographic Mag on endangered languages

Michael Cysouw cysouw at EVA.MPG.DE
Tue Jun 26 14:11:54 UTC 2012

for those who don't have the magazine at hand


On 26 Jun 2012, at 13:45, Edith A Moravcsik wrote:

> In the July '12 issue of National Geographic Magazine (pp. 60-93), there is an extensive article, illustrated with magnificent photos, about endangered languages and their cultures. The author is Russ Rymer, known for his book "Genie: a scientific tragedy". Languages discussed are Tuvan (Russia), Aka (India), Seri (Mexico), Euchee (Oklahoma) and Wintu (California). There is also a world map included showing languages at risk.
> -- 
> Edith A. Moravcsik
> Professor Emerita of Linguistics
> Department of Linguistics
> University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
> Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413

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