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Thursday, March 4 • 9:00pm - 9:30pm
Paper Q&A Session 2.3

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This session will have American Sign Language Interpretation and Computer-Assisted Notetaker captioning  available.

An account of how critical information about privacy is missing in indigenous languages of India and ways to avoid it (Subhashish Panigrahi):
•Aadhaar, India's biometric based national digital ID enrollment mandates a wide range of personal data collection. Based on empirical research, I will share how lack of critical information in indigenous and other native languages raises ethical issues of personal data collection. [PRESENTATION VIDEO LINK]

The Še:wey Čahnu project: Designing a pidgin for language revitalization (Neil Alexander Walker):
•Še:wey Čahnu is a pidgin designed to revitalize Southern Pomo. It is inspired by Chinook Jargon, a Pacific Northwest pidgin with sounds and words drawn from Indigenous languages. Še:wey Čahnu preserves Southern Pomo phonology and core grammatical concepts so that learners may later learn the full language without difficulty. [PRESENTATION VIDEO LINK]

Community members make a more comprehensive documentary record  (Richard Griscom, Andrew Harvey):
•This talk assesses the contributions that community members make towards the comprehensiveness of the documentary record by comparing materials produced by community members and linguists during four community-based documentation projects in northern Tanzania over the past five years. [PRESENTATION VIDEO LINK]

Session Chair

William O'Grady

UH Mānoa
I'm  a professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. My interests include language acquisition and language revitalization, with a special interest in the critically endangered language Jejueo.

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Andrew Harvey

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Leiden
I'm a research fellow at the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. The title of my current funded research is "Gorwaa, Hadza, and Ihanzu: Grammatical inquiries in the Tanzanian Rift Valley Area". My interests include the languages of the Tanzanian rift, their documentation and... Read More →
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Subhashish Panigrahi

O Foundation
Documentary filmmaker and long-time Openness advocate; Produced films on indigenous rights and in endangered languages; active over a decade in building open internet communities across Asia-Pacific. Former community manager at Wikimedia, Centre for Internet and Society, Mozilla and... Read More →
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Neil Alexander Walker

Vice President, Western Institute for Endangered Language Documentation
I am a Research Fellow at James Cook University, where I came to document Panim /ɓanim/, an endangered Gum language of Madang Province, Papua New Guinea. Due to the pandemic, my research visa application has been placed on a permanent hold. I have therefore been continuing my work... Read More →

Richard Griscom

Richard is a researcher at Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. His research focuses on the documentation and description of endangered languages, with an emphasis on the languages of East Africa, and the development of digital data collection and processing methods for researchers... Read More →

Thursday March 4, 2021 9:00pm - 9:30pm HST
Room 2