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NEH awards announced for Dynamic Language Infrastructure - Documenting Endangered Languages

NEH has announced awards for their most recent funding cycle, which includes six new NEH Dynamic Language Infrastructure–Documenting Endangered Languages grants and fellowships. These awards fund research, fieldwork, and the preparation of linguistic resources that document languages at risk of falling out of use. Among this round of awards are a fellowship to support work on an online dictionary and grammar to aid in revitalization of the Native American Muskogee language of eastern Oklahoma and an award to create a corpus of texts in Lamkang—a Tibeto-Burman language currently spoken by fewer than 10,000 people—that would document language change related to migration and relocation due to environmental changes.

Read the full release from NEH, including a list of awardees.