Bibliography on Endangered Languages and Language Documenation

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Abate, Fitsum. 2014. Documentation and description of unheard voices: k’a ʔanni ʃe and ɗenke of the Ganjule. Journal of African Cultural Studies 26(1). 116–125. doi:10.1080/13696815.2013.824818.

Abley, Mark. 2010. DYING WORDS Endangered languages and what they have to tell us. Tls-the Times Literary Supplement(5588). 23–23.

Ahlers, Jocelyn. 2012. Gender and endangered languages: Intersections. Gender and Language 6(2). 259–260. doi:10.1558/genl.v6i2.259.

Ahlers, Jocelyn. 2013. Gender and endangered languages: Intersections. Gender and Language 7(2). 147–148. doi:10.1558/genl.v7i2.

Ajima, Maria. 2008. Endangered languages. World Literature Today 82(2). 4–4.

Amano, Tatsuya, Brody Sandel, Heidi Eager, Edouard Bulteau, Jens-Christian Svenning, Bo Dalsgaard, Carsten Rahbek, Richard G. Davies & William J. Sutherland. 2014a. Global distribution and drivers of language extinction risk. Proceedings. Biological sciences / The Royal Society 281(1793). doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.1574.

Amano, Tatsuya, Brody Sandel, Heidi Eager, Edouard Bulteau, Jens-Christian Svenning, Bo Dalsgaard, Carsten Rahbek, Richard G. Davies & William J. Sutherland. 2014b. Global distribution and drivers of language extinction risk. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 281(1793). 20141574. doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.1574.

Anderson, Gregory D. S. 2011. Language Hotspots: what (applied) linguistics and education should do about language endangerment in the twenty-first century. Language and Education 25(4). 273–289. doi:10.1080/09500782.2011.577218.

Anderson, Gregory D. S. 2011. Language Hotspots: what (applied) linguistics and education should do about language endangerment in the twenty-first century. Language and Education 25(4). 273–289. doi:10.1080/09500782.2011.577218.

Anonymous. 1991. Endangered languages. Science (New York, N.Y.) 251(4990). 159–159.

Anonymous. 1999. Endangered languages: Current issues and future prospects. Journal of Indo-European Studies 27(3-4). 453–453.

Anonymous. 2004. An appeal regarding endangered languages - Reply. Language 80(1). 2–2.

Armstrong, Timothy Currie. 2013. “Why Won’t You Speak to Me in Gaelic?” Authenticity, Integration, and the Heritage Language Learning Project. Journal of Language Identity and Education 12(5). 340–356. doi:10.1080/15348458.2013.835585.

Arrambide, Lose. 2008. Endangered languages. World Literature Today 82(1). 4–4.

Austin, Peter K. & Julia Sallabank. 2013. Endangered languages: an introduction. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 34(4). 313–316. doi:10.1080/01434632.2013.794806.

Austin, Peter K. 2009. Encyclopedia of the world’s endangered languages. Bijdragen Tot De Taal- Land- En Volkenkunde 165(1). 134–138.

Austin, Peter K. 2009. Encyclopedia of the world’s endangered languages. Bijdragen Tot De Taal- Land- En Volkenkunde 165(1). 134–138.

Barbour, Julie. 2013. TO THE FIELD, AND BACK ... In N. K. Denzin (ed.), 40th Anniversary of Studies in Symbolic Interaction, vol. 40, 247–268.

Bartholomew, Doris A. & Louise C. Schoenhals. 1983. Bilingual Dictionaries for Indigenous Languages. 1a ed. Summer Inst of Linguistics.

Bashir, Elena. 2012. Handbook of descriptive linguistic fieldwork. Linguistic Typology 16(2). 323–332. doi:10.1515/lingty-2012-0011.

Battenburg, John D. 2013. The status of Kumzari and its speakers A local language of the Musandam Peninsula of Oman. Language Problems & Language Planning 37(1). 18–30. doi:10.1075/lplp.37.1.02bat.

Bayard, S., C. Adnet Bonte, A. Nibbio & C. Moroni. 2007. Exaggeration of memory problems in a patient with multiple sclerosis outside any medico-legal context. Revue Neurologique 163(6-7). 730–733. doi:10.1016/S0035-3787(07)90504-4.

Beermann, Dorothee & Pavel Mihaylov. 2014. TypeCraft collaborative databasing and resource sharing for linguists. Language Resources and Evaluation 48(2). 203–225. doi:10.1007/s10579-013-9257-9.

Berge, Anna. 2010. Origins of Linguistic Diversity in the Aleutian Islands. Human Biology 82(5-6). 557–581.

Berson, Josh. 2012. Ideologies of descent in linguistics and law. Language & Communication 32(2). 137–146. doi:10.1016/j.langcom.2011.05.002.

Bird, S. & G. Simons. 2003. Seven dimensions of portability for language documentation and description. Language 79(3). 557–582. doi:10.1353/lan.2003.0149.

Bird, Steven. 2009. Natural Language Processing and Linguistic Fieldwork. Computational Linguistics 35(3). 469–474. doi:10.1162/coli.35.3.469.

BITKEEVA, Aisa. 2007. Ethnic Language Identity and the Present Day Oirad-Kalmyks. Altai Hakpo 17. 139–153.

Blum-Martinez, Rebecca, Pamela A Bunte, Laura A Buszard-Welcher, Colleen Cotter, Jessie Little Doe Fermino, Leanne Hinton, Kenneth L Hale, Robert D Arnold, Marie Arviso & Anna Ash. 2001. The green book of language revitalization. San Diego [u.a.]: Academic Press.

Boas, Hans Christian. 2006. From the field to the web: implementing best-practice recommendations in documentary linguistics. Language Resources and Evaluation 40(2). 153–174. doi:10.1007/s10579-006-9012-6.

Boujarwah, A. S. & K. Saleh. 1997. Compiler test case generation methods: a survey and assessment. Information and Software Technology 39(9). 617–625. doi:10.1016/S0950-5849(97)00017-7.

Boujarwah, A. S., K. Saleh & J. Al-Dallal. 1999. Testing syntax and semantic coverage of Java language compilers. Information and Software Technology 41(1). 15–28. doi:10.1016/S0950-5849(98)00075-5.

Bowern, Claire. 2008. Linguistic fieldwork : a practical guide. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire [England]; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bowern, Claire. 2010. Fieldwork and the IRB: A snapshot. Language 86(4). 897–905.

Bowern, Claire. 2010. Fieldwork and the IRB: A snapshot. Language 86(4). 897–905.

Bradley, David. 2011. Lessons from documented endangered languages. Language 87(2). 402–406.

Brink-Danan, Marcy. 2011. The meaning of Ladino: The semiotics of an online speech community. Language & Communication 31(2). 107–118. doi:10.1016/j.langcom.2010.08.003.

BROWN, RM. 1994. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - ROBINS,RH, UHLENBECK,EM. International Journal of American Linguistics 60(3). 307–310. doi:10.1086/466238.

Cablitz, Gabriele H. 2011. DOCUMENTING CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE IN DICTIONARIES OF ENDANGERED LANGUAGES. International Journal of Lexicography 24(4). 446–462. doi:10.1093/ijl/ecr017.

Cablitz, Gabriele H. 2011. DOCUMENTING CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE IN DICTIONARIES OF ENDANGERED LANGUAGES. International Journal of Lexicography 24(4). 446–462. doi:10.1093/ijl/ecr017.

Cahill, M. 2004. An appeal regarding endangered languages. Language 80(1). 1–2.

Carrier, Neil. 2011. Reviving Yaaku: Identity and Indigeneity in Northern Kenya. African Studies 70(2). 246–263. doi:10.1080/00020184.2011.594632.

Cavanaugh, Jillian R. 2012. Intersections of gender and endangered languages: A commentary. Gender and Language 6(2). 369–378. doi:10.1558/genl.v6i2.369.

Changgeng, Li. 2007. Another discussion about academic corruption. Chinese Education and Society 40(6). 77–83. doi:10.2753/CED1061-1932400611.

Chebanne, Andy. 2010. The Role of Dictionaries in the Documentation and Codification of African Languages: The Case of Khoisan. Lexikos 20. 92–108.

Chevalier, Jean-Claude. 2012. THESE WORDS THAT DIE Endangered languages and what they have to say to us. Quinzaine Litteraire(1073). 20–20.

Chiarcos, Christian, Ines Fiedler, Mira Grubic, Katharina Hartmann, Julia Ritz, Anne Schwarz, Amir Zeldes & Malte Zimmermann. 2011. Information structure in African languages: corpora and tools. Language Resources and Evaluation 45(3). 361–374. doi:10.1007/s10579-011-9153-0.

Childs, G. Tucker. 2010. Morphosingax of the Joola banjal. Atlantic language of Senegal. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 31(2). 275–278.

Coluzzi, Paolo. 2010. Endangered Languages in Borneo: A Survey among the Iban and Murut (Lun Bawang) in Temburong, Brunei. Oceanic Linguistics 49(1). 119–143.

Cope, Lida. 2011. From ethnocultural pride to promoting the Texas Czech vernacular: current maintenance efforts and unexplored possibilities. Language and Education 25(4). 361–383. doi:10.1080/09500782.2011.578003.

CRAIG, C. 1992. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - A CONSTITUTIONAL RESPONSE TO LANGUAGE ENDANGERMENT - THE CASE OF NICARAGUA. Language 68(1). 17–24.

Crystal, David. 2002. Language death. Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press.

Cumming, A., A. Weinrib, S. Paulauskas & D. Hart. 1996. Language documentation centres in Canada: A survey and future directions. Canadian Modern Language Review-Revue Canadienne Des Langues Vivantes 52(3). 416–439.

DANIELS, PT. 1993. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - ROBINS,RH, UHLENBECK,EM. Language in Society 22(4). 584–588.

Debenport, Erin. 2010. The potential complexity of “universal ownership”: Cultural property, textual circulation, and linguistic fieldwork. Language & Communication 30(3). 204–210. doi:10.1016/j.langcom.2009.11.001.

Dobrin, Lise M. 2008. From linguistic elicitation to eliciting the linguist: Lessons in community empowerment from Melanesia. Language 84(2). 300–324.

Dobrin, Lise M. 2009. SIL INTERNATIONAL AND THE DISCIPLINARY CULTURE OF LINGUISTICS Introduction. Language 85(3). 618–619.

Dolowy-Rybinska, Nicole. 2010. Reversing Language Shift in Kashubie (Compared to Activities of Breton and Sorbian Minorities). Studia Socjologiczne(3). 47–76.

Dorian, Nancy C. 2010. Documentation and responsibility. Language & Communication 30(3). 179–185. doi:10.1016/j.langcom.2009.11.003.

DORIAN, NC. 1993a. SMALL LANGUAGES AND SMALL LANGUAGE COMMUNITIES .14. THE 15TH INTERNATIONAL-CONGRESS OF LINGUISTS AND THE ENDANGERED LANGUAGES PROJECT. International Journal of the Sociology of Language(103). 197–202.

DORIAN, NC. 1993b. A RESPONSE TO LADEFOGED OTHER VIEW OF ENDANGERED LANGUAGES. Language 69(3). 575–579. doi:10.2307/416699.

DORIAN, NC. 1994a. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - ROBINS,RH, UHLENBECK,EM. Language 70(4). 797–802. doi:10.2307/416328.

DORIAN, NC. 1994b. PURISM VS COMPROMISE IN LANGUAGE REVITALIZATION AND LANGUAGE REVIVAL. Language in Society 23(4). 479–494.

Dwyer, Arienne M. 2012. Handbook of descriptive linguistic fieldwork. Language 88(4). 899–904.

Edwards, John. 2012. Dying words: Endangered languages and what they have to tell us. Language in Society 41(2). 273–274. doi:10.1017/S0047404512000103.

Eisenlohr, P. 2004. Language revitalization and new technologies: Cultures of electronic mediation and the refiguring of communities. Annual Review of Anthropology 33. 21–45. doi:10.1146/annurev.anthro.33.070203.143900.

ENGLAND, NC. 1992. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - DOING MAYAN LINGUISTICS IN GUATEMALA. Language 68(1). 29–34.

Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed, M. A. 2007. Endangered languages: Heritage of humanity in dire need of protection Four approaches which support their preservation and maintenance. Folios(26). 65–70.

Fernando, Chrisantha, Riitta-Liisa Valijarvi & Richard A. Goldstein. 2010. A Model of the Mechanisms of Language Extinction and Revitalization Strategies to Save Endangered Languages. Human Biology 82(1). 47–75.

Fishman, Joshua A. 1991. Reversing language shift theoretical and empirical foundations of assistance to threatened languages. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&db=nlabk&AN=16823 (1 August, 2012).

Flores Farean, Jose Antonio. 2013. THE POTENTIAL OF ARTS AND AUDIOVISUAL MEDIA IN LANGUAGE REVITALIZATION. Rla-Revista De Linguistica Teorica Y Aplicada 51(1). 33–52.

FLORES FARFÁN, JOSÉ ANTONIO. 2013. El potencial de las artes y los mediosaudiovisuales en la revitalización lingüística. RLA. Revista de lingüística teórica y aplicada 51(1). 33–52. doi:10.4067/S0718-48832013000100003.

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Frawley, William, Kenneth C Hill & Pamela Munro. 2002. Making dictionaries : preserving indigenous languages of the Americas. Berkeley: University of California Press.

GAL, S. 1995. LANGUAGE SHIFT AND CULTURAL REPRODUCTION - SOCIALIZATION, SELF, AND SYNCRETISM IN A PAPUA-NEW-GUINEAN VILLAGE - KULICK,D. Language 71(1). 132–135. doi:10.2307/415965.

Ganenkov, Dmitry. 2013. Documenting endangered languages: Achievements and perspectives. Language 89(2). 366–369.

Garrett, E. J. 2005. A finite state network for phonetic text processing. In A. Gelbukh (ed.), Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing, vol. 3406, 463–473.

Garrett, P. B. 2006. Contact languages as “endangered” languages - What is there to lose? Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages 21(1). 175–190. doi:10.1075/jpcl.21.1.05gar.

Gippert, Jost, Nikolaus Himmelmann & Ulrike Mosel. 2006. Essentials of language documentation. Berlin; New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Goddard, Cliff & Anna Wierzbicka. 2014. Semantic fieldwork and lexical universals. Studies in Language 38(1). 80–126. doi:10.1075/sl.38.1.03god.

Goddard, Cliff & Anna Wierzbicka. 2014. Semantic fieldwork and lexical universals. Studies in Language 38(1). 80–126. doi:10.1075/sl.38.1.03god.

Grant, Anthony P. 2008. Essentials of language documentation. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 14(3). 706–707. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9655.2008.00525_37.x.

Grenoble, Lenore A & Lindsay J Whaley. 1998. Endangered languages : current issues and future prospects. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Grenoble, Lenore A & Louanna Furbee-Losee. 2010. Language documentation practice and values. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. http://public.eblib.com/EBLPublic/PublicView.do?ptiID=623368 (31 July, 2012).

Haacke, Wilfrid Heinrich Gerhard. 2012. Optimising Data Utilisation in Lexicography: The Case of the Khoekhoegowab Dictionary. Lexikos 22. 382–405.

HALE, K. 1992a. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - LANGUAGE ENDANGERMENT AND THE HUMAN VALUE OF LINGUISTIC DIVERSITY. Language 68(1). 35–42.

HALE, K. 1992b. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - ON ENDANGERED LANGUAGES AND THE SAFEGUARDING OF DIVERSITY. Language 68(1). 1–3. doi:10.2307/416368.

Hammarstrom, Harald & Lars Borin. 2011. Unsupervised Learning of Morphology. Computational Linguistics 37(2). 309–350.

Harrison, K. David, David S Rood & Arienne M Dwyer. 2008. Lessons from documented endangered languages. Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Harrison, K. David. 2007. When languages die : the extinction of the world’s languages and the erosion of human knowledge. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Haspelmath, Martin. 2011. The indeterminacy of word segmentation and the nature of morphology and syntax. Folia Linguistica 45(1). 31–80. doi:10.1515/FLIN.2011.002.

Hatton, John. 2011. SOFTWARE FOR REMOTE DICTIONARY COLLABORATION. International Journal of Lexicography 24(4). 420–431. doi:10.1093/ijl/ecr020.

Haynes, Erin F. & Michael Taylor. 2014. An assessment of acoustic contrast between long and short vowels using convex hulls. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136(2). 883–891. doi:10.1121/1.4887479.

Hellwig, Birgit. 2010. Meaning and translation in linguistic fieldwork. Studies in Language 34(4). 802–831. doi:10.1075/sl.34.4.02hel.

Henze, R. & K. A. Davis. 1999. Authenticity and identity: Lessons from indigenous language education. Anthropology & Education Quarterly 30(1). 3–21. doi:10.1525/aeq.1999.30.1.3.

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Himmelmann, N. P. 1998. Documentary and descriptive linguistics. Linguistics 36(1). 161–195. doi:10.1515/ling.1998.36.1.161.

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Himmelmann, Nikolaus P. 2008. Reproduction and Preservation of Linguistic Knowledge: Linguistics’ Response to Language Endangerment. Annual Review of Anthropology, vol. 37, 337–350.

Hinton, L. 2000. Endangered languages: Current issues and future prospects. Language in Society 29(2). 287–290. doi:10.1017/S0047404500302044.

Hinton, Leanne. 2011. Language revitalization and language pedagogy: new teaching and learning strategies. Language and Education 25(4). 307–318. doi:10.1080/09500782.2011.577220.

HOLDEN, C. 1991. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES. Science 251(4990). 159–159.

Holle, Juan Jose Bueno. 2013. Language documentation: Practices and values. Language in Society 42(2). 229–230. doi:10.1017/S0047404513000146.

Holton, Gary. 2011. Endangered languages of Austronesia. Language 87(1). 198–201.

Ikuta, Hiroko. 2010. ESKIMO LANGUAGE AND ESKIMO SONG IN ALASKA: A SOCIOLINGUISTICS OF DEGLOBALISATION IN ENDANGERED LANGUAGE. Pragmatics 20(2). 171–189.

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JEANNE, LM. 1992. ENDANGERED LANGUAGES - AN INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSE TO LANGUAGE ENDANGERMENT - A PROPOSAL FOR A NATIVE-AMERICAN LANGUAGE CENTER. Language 68(1). 24–28.

Johnston, Trevor. 2010. From archive to corpus Transcription and annotation in the creation of signed language corpora. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 15(1). 106–131. doi:10.1075/ijcl.15.1.05joh.

Kalt, Susan E. 2012. Spanish as a second language when L1 is Quechua: Endangered languages and the SLA researcher. Second Language Research 28(2). 265–279. doi:10.1177/0267658311426844.

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Kaufman, Daniel. 2012. Endangered Austronesian and Australian Aboriginal Languages: Essays on language documentation, archiving and revitalization. Oceanic Linguistics 51(2). 589–596.

Kawalya, Deo, Koen Bostoen & Gilles-Maurice de Schryver. 2014. Diachronic semantics of the modal verb -sobol- in Luganda A corpus-driven approach. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 19(1). 60–93. doi:10.1075/ijcl.19.1.03kaw.

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Momaday, N. Scott, Mark Abley, Tim Saunders, Pol Hodge, Mary S. Linn, Deborah Davidson, Niyi Osundare, et al. 2007. Endangered languages - Voices on the brink of extinction. World Literature Today 81(5). 12–47.

Montgomery-Anderson, Brad. 2009. Endangered languages. Canadian Journal of Linguistics-Revue Canadienne De Linguistique 54(1). 177–179.

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