PROGRAMME

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Monday, June 10

10AM-6PM
Mansfield College, Seminar Room West

9:30          Morning Coffee

10             *Introductions (15 minutes each)

11:30        Mid-morning Break

12             *Introductions (15 minutes each)

13:30        Lunch

14:30        Discuss/Outline Goals

16             Mid-afternoon Break

16:30        Outline Goals/Day 2 Work Plan

18             End

Tuesday, June 11

10AM-6PM
Mansfield College, Seminar Room East

9:30          Morning Coffee

10             Theme 1 Discussion

11:30        Mid-morning Break

12             Theme 2 Discussion

13:30        Lunch

14:30        Theme 3 Discussion

16             Mid-afternoon Break

16:30        Synthesis

18             End

Our workshop is an informal gathering of linguists, conservationists, and indigenous scholars working towards a more unified, locally informed, and multidisciplinary approach to language documentation and mapping.  As such, we will work together to identify the key themes on which we wish to focus.

*The first day will give us an opportunity to get to know each other.  This is intended to be a friendly meeting of colleagues with a shared interest in linguistic diversity.  Each of us will have approximately fifteen minutes to give a short presentation introducing ourselves, our work, and our goals.   

A central aim for the meeting is to identify ways in which we can better unite our efforts to understand and sustain global linguistic diversity.