Photo Gallery and Footnotes: "Speaking Out for Dying Languages"

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Publications and Resources

by Merryl Kravitz

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Footnotes

1 UNESCO. “Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger.” http://www.unesco.org/new/en/culture/themes/endangered-languages/

2 Ash, A., Fermino, J. L. D., and Hale, K. (2001). “Diversity in Local Language Maintenance and Restoration: A Reason for Optimism.” Hinton, L and Hale, K. (2008). Bingley, U.K.: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice, 3rd edition, 19.

3 UNESCO. “Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger.”
http://www.unesco.org/culture/languages-atlas

4 Hinton, L. (2001). “Language Revitalization: An Overview.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice,3rd edition, 3.

5 UNESCO. “Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger.” http://www.unesco.org/culture/languages-atlas

6 UNESCO. “Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger.”
http://www.unesco.org/culture/languages-atlas

7 Hinton, L. (2001). “Language Revitalization: An Overview.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice,3rd edition, 3.

8 UNESCO. “Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger.” http://www.unesco.org/new/en/culture/themes/endangered-language

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10 Morgan, G. (2001). “Welsh: A European Case of Language Maintenance.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice, 3rd edition, 112.

11 Wales Cymru, “Facts About Wales.”

12 Morgan, G. (2001). “Welsh: A European Case of Language Maintenance.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice, 3rd edition, 107.

13 UNESCO. “Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger.” http://www.unesco.org/culture/languages-atlas

14 Morgan, G. (2001). “Welsh: A European Case of Language Maintenance.”  Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice, 3rd edition, 112.

15 King, J. (2001). “TeKōhanga Reo: Māori Language Revitalization.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice, 3rd edition, 121.

16 Statistics New Zealand. http://www.stats.govt.nz/tools_and_services/tools/population_clock.aspx

17 Statistics New Zealand. http://www.stats.govt.nz/searchresults.aspx?q=official%20languages.

18 Smith, M. and Mutch, C. (2010). “Promoting Success for Maori Learners in New Zealand.” http://www.cedol.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/27-29-2010.pdf, 28.

19 “The Kamanakao Association: Association Activities.” http://kamanakao.tripod.com/thekamanakaoassociation/id12.html

20 Echevarria, Daniel (2010). “Endangered Language Watch: Shiyeyi.”

21 Central Intelligence Agency. The World Factbook.

22 “Acoma Pueblo (Sky City).” http://www.newmexico.org/acoma/

23 Sims, C.P. (2001). “Native Language Planning: A Pilot Process in the Acoma Pueblo Community.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice, 3rd edition, 68-72.

24 “Pueblo de Cochiti.” http://www.pueblodecochiti.org/

25 Pecos, R. and Blum-Martínez, R. (2001). “The Key to Cultural Survival: Language Planning and Revitalization in the Pueblo de Cochiti.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice, 3rd edition, 77-82.

26 United States Census Bureau. “State and County QuickFacts.” http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/15000.html

27 No’eau Warner, Sam (2001). “The Movement to Revitalize Hawaiian Language and Culture.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice,3rd edition, 133-146.

28 Kroskrity, P. and Reynolds, J. (2001). “On Using Multimedia in Language Renewal Observations from Making the CD-ROM Taitaduhaan.” Hinton, L. and Hale, K. (2008). The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice,3rd edition, 316-329.

29 “New Mexico Pueblos: San Juan Pueblo.” http://www.santafenm.info/pueblos.htm#sanjuan

30 Oregon Blue Book: Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community.”

31 Martínez Luna, J. (2010). “The Fourth Principle.” Meyer, L. and Maldonado Alvarado, B. (2010). San Francisco, Calif.: City Lights Books. New World of Indigenous Resistance.

32 Meyer, L. and Maldonado Alvarado, B. (2010). New World of Indigenous Resistance.

33 Hall, E.T. (1959). The Silent Language. New York: Fawcett World Library, 146-164.

34 Hinton, L. (2008). “Language Revitalization: An Overview” in his and Hale’s The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice, 3rd edition, 5.

35 Satter, Raphal. “Scottish Man Dies, Taking Town’s Dialect with Him,” The Associated Press. Oct. 4, 2012. Retrieved here.

36 National Public Radio, host Rachel Martin. Transcript of “Scottish Dialect’s Last Speaker Dies.” Oct. 7, 2012. Retrieved here.

37Hamilton, Jamie. “Last Native Speaker of Scots Dialect Dies.” CNN. Oct. 6, 2012. Retrieved here.

38 Johnson, Kirk. “Tribe Revives Language on Verge of Extinction.” The New York Times. Aug. 3, 2012. Retrieved here.

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