The UM Linguistics Program co-hostes the 44th International Conference for Salish and Neighboring Languages with the Native American Language Teacher Traning Institute at the Salish Kootenai College. Visit the ICSNL44 site for more information.
Public Presentations Hosted by Linguistics Program
|2009||Mar.16||Jane Hill (U of Arizona)*||"Using Language Data in Prehistory: The Case of Uto-Aztecan."|
|2009||Mar.4||Joyce McDonough (U Rochester)||“The Dene Verbs Renewed”.|
|2009||Mar.3||Joyce McDonough (U Rochester)||"A re-analysis of the aspirated affricate contrast in the Dene languages.”|
|2008||Mar.19||Colleen Fitzgerald (UT Arlington)||“Language Activism and Language Planning: An Assessment of Revitalization Efforts in the Tohono O’odham Community.”|
|2008||Mar.18||Colleen Fitzgerald (UT Arlington)||“Tohono O’odham Songs”.|
|2008||Oct.10||Donald Frantz (U Lethbridge)||“How to Build a Theory of the Southern Tiwa Language.”|
|2008||Oct. 8||Donald Frantz (U Lethbridge)||“Discovering How Blackfoot Works.”|
Most public talks are supported by the Office of the Provist and Vice President of Academic Affairs, the Linguistics Program and the Linguistics Club.
* Jointly Hosted by Dept. of Anthropology, the Linguistics Program, MASA, and the Linguistics Club. Partially supported by ASUM and the Office of the Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs.
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