Where Do We Need to Go From Here?

LANGUAGE DOCUMENTATION

ARCHIVING CONFERENCE

Language Documentation and Archiving

during the Decade of Indigenous Languages

Conference and training sessions 
Berlin & Online, 4-6 September 2024

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Organised jointly by ELAR and Paradisec

Recent advances in
language documentation and archiving

Many lessons have been learned in the last 20 years of documentation and archiving, and all over the world activists, communities, researchers, and artists have developed documentation projects, apps, art installations, archival collections, films, and multimedia projects telling the many stories and histories of Indigenous languages and their creators and keepers. This conference brings together people working in this area to present papers, posters, and conduct training sessions aiming to develop capacity, present new approaches to documentation and preservation, and access to primary records. It offers models of how we can create, strengthen, enhance, and amplify language records. The conference will bring new ideas and views together, share knowledge and support the communities who are working to record and revitalise Indigenous languages.

Important dates

April 15, 2024

Paper submission
deadline

May 15, 2024

Notification of
acceptance

September 2, 3 2024

Trainings

on Zoom

September 3, 2024

Workshop on historical language texts

Berlin, Germany
BBAW (Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities)

September 4-6, 2024

Conference dates

on Zoom

and in Berlin, Germany
BBAW (Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities)

Submissions for papers open until 15 April 2024.