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Audio and Video Index

1. Sally Thomason's talk on Language Documentation (Audio)

Sally Thomason, linguistics professor at the University of Michigan, gave a talk at the LINGUIST List office about language documentation and her work on Salish (2008). You can download and listen the talk here (copyrights reserved).

2. Gary Holton's talk on (Audio)

Gary Holton, a documentary linguist at University of Alaska Fairbanks, gave a talk at The LINGUIST List office about Athabaskan language relationships and language change. Download or stream his talk below (subject to copyrights).


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