Join us in kicking off the UN Year of Indigenous Languages at the 2019 LSA Annual Meeting with a Workshop on Documenting Multilingualism.

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The workshop is to be held in conjunction with the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, funded by a grant from NSF DEL #1748376 and endorsed by the LSA’s Committee on Endangered Languages & their Preservation (CELP) and the Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas (SSILA). It is aimed at advancing the field of language documentation by focusing on documenting multilingualism and language contact. The workshop will consider multilingualism in endangered language ecologies, describe the current state of knowledge in this area, and examine tools and methodologies for documenting and studying language contact in progress.

The workshop is organized by Lenore Grenoble and Jack Martin and features the following lineup of invited speakers: