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  • Quatra, Miguel Marcello (2011-09-23)
    This article describes a self-directed project of linguistic documentation that was carried out over a five-year period in an indigenous Jodï community of the Venezuelan Guayana. The project was somewhat unique in that ...
  • Reiman, D. Will (University of Hawai'i Press, 2010-12)
    Since at least 1992, when Michael Krauss presented the topic of language endangerment in Language, linguists have been wrestling with the problem that languages are disappearing from the earth faster than they can be ...
  • Childs, Tucker; Good, Jeff; Alice, Mitchell (University of Hawaii Press, 2014-06)
    Most language documentation efforts focus on capturing lexico-grammatical information on individual languages. Comparatively little effort has been devoted to considering a language’s sociolinguistic contexts. In parts of ...
  • Aung Si (University of Hawai'i Press, 2011-12)
    The fields of ethnobiology and language documentation have much to offer each other, but for the moment, there are few signs of engagement between practitioners of the two disciplines. In this paper, I argue that projects ...
  • Lindstrom, Lamont (University of Hawai'i Press, 2007-12-17)
    People throughout Vanuatu frequently mix Bislama (that country’s national Pidgin) into their vernaculars. Extensive code-mixing is an obvious indicator, and sometime cause, of language change or even language replacement. ...
  • Bartelson, Emily (University of Hawai'i Press, 2008-06)
  • Olson, Kenneth S.; Ballenas, Emy T.; Borromeo, Nilo M. (University of Hawai'i Press, 2009)
    This paper presents a 207-item digital wordlist of Buhi’non, an Austronesian language spoken in the Philippines. The wordlist includes a broad phonetic transcription of each word, an English gloss, an individual WAV recording ...
  • Schembri, Adam; Fenlon, Jordan; Rentelis, Ramas; Reynolds, Sally; Cormier, Kearsy (University of Hawaii Press, 2013-10)
    This paper presents an overview of the British Sign Language Corpus Project—the first endeavor to create a machine-readable digital corpus of British Sign Language (BSL) collected from deaf signers across the United Kingdom. ...
  • Henderson, John (University of Hawai'i Press, 2008-12)
    This paper demonstrates how the nature of a source language document, and the broad goals set for the usability of the content, can direct the process of creating digital language documentation from that source. Gerhardt ...
  • Berez, Andrea; Finnesand, Taña; Linnell, Karen (University of Hawaii Press, 2012-08)
    We discuss the development of the C’ek’aedi Hwnax Ahtna Regional Linguistic and Ethnographic Archive, located in the Copper River valley of south central Alaska. C’ek’aedi Hwnax is the first OLAC-compliant, Indigenously- ...
  • Cruz, Emiliana; Woodbury, Anthony C. (University of Hawaii Press, 2014-09)
    We describe our own experience of linguist-community collaboration over the last ten years in our Chatino Language Documentation Project, focused on the Chatino languages (Otomanguean; Oaxaca, Mexico). We relate episodes ...
  • Miyashita, Mizuki; Chatsis, Annabelle (University of Hawaii Press, 2013-12)
    This paper presents the experience of developing a Blackfoot language course as a collaboration between a Blackfoot native speaker and a linguist. During the process, we encountered various challenges typical of indigenous ...
  • Yamada, Racquel-Maria (University of Hawai'i Press, 2007-12-17)
    Academic linguists working to document and describe minoritized and endangered languages share with speech community members a devotion to the language of study. For the academic, language provides a window into cognition ...
  • Newman, Paul (University of Hawai'i Press, 2007-06-27)
    This paper addresses copyright issues that linguists confront in their capacity as users and creators of scholarly work. It is organized in a simple question-answer format. Questions 1–3 present the basics of U.S. copyright ...
  • Margetts, Anna (University of Hawai'i Press, 2009-06)
    The Saliba-Logea documentation project has been working toward a web-based text database with text-audio linkage and searchable annotations. In this article, I discuss the impact that the nature of data processing can have ...
  • Bow, Catherine; Christie, Michael; Devlin, Brian (University of Hawaii Press, 2014-10)
    The fluctuating fortunes of Northern Territory bilingual education programs in Australian languages and English have put at risk thousands of books developed for these programs in remote schools. In an effort to preserve ...
  • (University of Hawai'i Press, 2008-06)
    Eastern Cham is an Austronesian language spoken in south-central Vietnam. The sociolinguistic situation of Eastern Cham communities is characterized by a combination of diglossia and widespread Cham-Vietnamese bilingualism. ...
  • Rice, Keren (University of Hawai'i Press, 2011-12)
    In recent years, there has been a growing focus in linguistics on community-based research. In this paper, I summarize how community-based research is defined, and then address community-based research from two perspectives. ...
  • Francis, Norbert; Gómez, Pablo Rogelio Navarrete (University of Hawai'i Press, 2009)
    In the indigenous communities of the Malintzin volcano highlands in Mexico, in the border region of the states of Puebla and Tlaxcala, speakers of Nahuatl have responded variously to the displacement of their language. In ...

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