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Mon Sep 10 2007
Qs: Web-sites on Indigenous Languages
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Web-sites on Indigenous Languages
Message 1: Web-sites on Indigenous Languages
From: Olesya Khanina <khaninaeva.mpg.de>
Subject: Web-sites on Indigenous Languages
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I am preparing a paper to a volume devoted to the use of indigenous
languages of Russia on the Internet.
I am interested in links to web-sites in indigenous languages in other
parts of the world. The links to the sites that are currently used by the
language community members would be especially appreciated.
If there is already a list of such links, please, forgive my ignorance and
send me the link to such a list!
I will post a summary of these links to the Linguist List.
Thank you in advance,
Olesya Khanina (PhD)
British Academy Visiting Fellow
Linguistics and English Language, School of Philosophy, Psychology and
University of Edinburgh
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