LINGUIST List 32.3664

Sat Nov 20 2021

Summer Schools: Language Learning in Native American Revitalization Programs (LLiNARP) / USA

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <srobinsonlinguistlist.org>



Date: 17-Nov-2021
From: Doug Whalen <NSFWorkshop2022endangeredlanguagefund.org>
Subject: Language Learning in Native American Revitalization Programs (LLiNARP) / USA
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Host Institution:
Coordinating Institution: Endangered Language Fund

Dates: 01-Apr-2022 - 02-Apr-2022
Location: Santa Fe, NM, USA

Focus: Leaders in language revitalization will discuss research studies addressing the health benefits of language maintenance and revitalization as well as implications for theoretical linguistics.
Minimum Education Level: BA
Special Qualifications: Students in Native American studies, linguistics, anthropology, health, and other fields associated with language revitalization are invited to apply for one of 10 positions available. Those who were recently (in the past two/three years) awarded a Ph.D. are also eligible.

Description:
Student/recent Ph.D. support available for workshop
Students and recent Ph.D. recipients are invited to apply for a funded opportunity to attend a National Science Foundation (NSF) workshop entitled Language Learning in Native American Revitalization Programs (LLiNARP). The workshop will take place at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, NM, on April 1-2, 2022. Leaders in language revitalization will discuss research studies addressing the health benefits of language maintenance and revitalization as well as implications for theoretical linguistics.

The NSF award notice and brief description can be found here:
https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=2037209

Students in Native American studies, linguistics, anthropology, health, and other fields associated with language revitalization are invited to apply for one of 10 positions available. Those who were recently (in the past two/three years) awarded a Ph.D. are also eligible.

To apply, send an email describing your interest in the topics of language revitalization, linguistic theory, language acquisition, and/or connections to health. Because many of language revitalization programs are found in Native American communities, there will be a focus on those programs. In the email, include a description of your student/recent Ph.D. status.

Send applications to NSFWorkshop2022endangeredlanguagefund.org by January 15, 2022. Questions can be addressed to the above email as well.

We hope to see your application.

Peggy Mainor, MICA Group, PI
Porter Swentzell, IAIA, Co-PI
Doug Whalen, Endangered Language Fund

Tuition Explanation: NSF funded fellowships

Financial Aid: Applications accepted until 15-Jan-2022
NSF funds travel and accommodations.

Financial Aid Instructions:
To apply, send an email describing your interest in the topics of language revitalization, linguistic theory, language acquisition, and/or connections to health. Because many of language revitalization programs are found in Native American communities, there will be a focus on those programs. In the email, include a description of your student/recent Ph.D. status. Send applications to NSFWorkshop2022endangeredlanguagefund.org by January 15, 2022. Questions can be addressed to the above email as well.

Registration: 18-Nov-2021 to 15-Jan-2022
Contact Person: Doug Whalen
                Email: NSFWorkshop2022endangeredlanguagefund.org

Apply by Email: NSFWorkshop2022endangeredlanguagefund.org

Registration Instructions:
To apply, send an email describing your interest in the topics of language revitalization, linguistic theory, language acquisition, and/or connections to health. Because many of language revitalization programs are found in Native American communities, there will be a focus on those programs. In the email, include a description of your student/recent Ph.D. status. Send applications to NSFWorkshop2022endangeredlanguagefund.org by January 15, 2022. Questions can be addressed to the above email as well.


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