New uploads have been added to the National Foreign Language Resource Center’s free and open-access journal Language Documentation & Conservation.
Special Issue 14: A Descriptive Grammar of Shilluk by Bert Remijsen & Otto Gwado Ayoker
Published in installments, this special publication of Language Documentation & Conservation presents descriptive analyses on topics in the grammar of Shilluk, a Nilo Saharan language spoken primarily in South Sudan. Learn more and read the first chapter on the LD&C website.
Volume 12: New Articles
Seeing Speech: Ultrasound-based Multimedia Resources for Pronunciation Learning in Indigenous Languages
Heather Bliss, Sonya Bird, PEPAḴIYE Ashley Cooper, Strang Burton & Bryan Gick
Simultaneous Visualization of Language Endangerment and Language Description
Harald Hammarström, Thom Castermans, Robert Forkel, Kevin Verbeek, Michel A. Westenberg & Bettina Speckmann
Integrating Automatic Transcription into the Language Documentation Workflow: Experiments with Na Data and the Persephone Toolkit
Alexis Michaud, Oliver Adams, Trevor Anthony Cohn, Graham Neubig & Séverine Guillaume