Symposium at Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 38) and African Language Teacher's Association (ALTA 11): 'Documenting Endangered Languages in Africa.'
A symposium ''Documenting Endangered Languages in Africa'' will be held on March 24th, 2007 as part of the Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 38) and African Language Teacher's Association (ALTA 11) at the University of Florida.
Schedule of talks: Ronald Schaefer 'Edo North, residual zones, and language endangerment'
Tucker Childs 'What happens to class when a language dies? Language changes vs. language death'
James Essegbey 'Locative predication in Nyangbo: losing typological characteristics due to contact'
Salikoko Mufwene 'Language endangerment: the story from sub-saharan Africa'
Azeb Amha 'Language and ethnicity: exploring the Zargula and Gamo linkages'
Bruce Connell 'Language ecology and language endangerment: an instance from the Nigeria-Cameroon borderland.'