American Indian Language Development Institute
Revisiting the State of Indigenous Languages
June 17th-18th, 2013
University of Arizona, Tucson
The American Indian Language Development Institute (AILDI) announces a two-day conference to address the current state of Indigenous languages in the United States and particularly to question what progress has or has not been made since the passage of the Native American Language Act in 1990 and 1992.
The conference will convene Native language speakers, educators, activists, students, linguists and others for reflection and dialogue. The conference addresses three key questions related to the vitality of U.S. Indigenous languages:
1. Where have we been?
2. What do we know?
3. Where are we going?
Early registration ends May 31st.
Visit the conference website and register at http://aildi.arizona.edu/national-conference-2013