Some useful links

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If this homepage has sparked your interest, you will find here a few useful links.

If one of these links is broken or needs to be edited, you can contact me.

    Academic resources for the documentation of endangered languages

Homepage of my home team, Langues et Civilisations à Tradition Orale (LACITO), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris.
— See our science blog: Les Carnets du LACITO
— See our archive of valuable recordings in endangered languages: the Pangloss Collection
— Access the map of languages for LACITO and Pangloss.

Other groups of linguists from CNRS whose focus is on the documentation of little-described languages of the world:
LLACAN (African languages); SEDYL; Dynamique du Language.

The Linguistics department of the Australian National University (Canberra)

The Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project (SOAS, London)

The World Oral Literature Project (Univ. Cambridge)

The homepage of the Resource Network for Linguistic Diversity

Online journal Language Documentation & Conservation (Univ. Hawaii)

The Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC)

    Individual homepages and blogs

The collective blog Endangered Languages and Cultures — formally known as Transient Languages & Cultures.

Homepage of Nick Thieberger, an expert in language documentation, who also studies languages from Vanuatu

Anggargoon, the blog of Claire Bowern, with a focus on Australian languages

Salül, blog of anthropologist Carlos Mondragon (Univ. de México), who is an expert on northern Vanuatu societies

The Sorosoro Foundation for endangered languages

The endangered language fund

    Some resources on Melanesia & Vanuatu

The Vanuatu Cultural Centre

The Centre Culturel Jean-Marie Tjibaou (New Caledonia)

The Alliance Française in Port Vila

A bibliography of Vanuatu folklore

A virtual exhibition on Oceania (Musée de la Civilisation, Québec)




©   Alexandre François 2017