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LING 200 Harmon: Web Resources

A guide to library resources for the study of linguistics.

UNESCO Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger


The Last Wukchumni Speaker

Enduring Voices Project

The National Geographic's Enduring Voices Project conducted in collaboration with the Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages strives to preserve endangered languages by identifying places on our planet where indigenous languages are threatened adn documenting the languages and cultures within them. 

"Every 14 days a language dies. By 2100, more than half of the more than 7,000 languages spoken on Earth—many of them not yet recorded—may disappear, taking with them a wealth of knowledge about history, culture, the natural environment, and the human brain"

--National Geographic's Enduring Voices Project


Language and Technology

Learn how Indigenous communities are creating mobile language applications, and are collaborating with various partners to create these apps to revitalized and rejuvenate their Indigenous languages. 

Language Policy

Archival Sites