Where in the World is ELAR? Docip and ELAR Oral History Project Collaboration in Geneva

By Martha Tsutsui|March 2, 2017|Where in the World is ELAR?|0 comments

This past November, ELAR partnered with the Indigenous Peoples’ Centre for Documentation, Research and Information (Docip) to create an online archiving platform using Mukurtu CMS. Senior Archive Assistant, Martha Tsutsui spent four weeks in Geneva, Switzerland, interning at the Docip headquarters as a consultant on the Oral History Project. The materials archived included digital heritage items collected from two symposiums (2013 and 2015) that brought indigenous peoples from all over

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Where in the World is ELAR: ELDP Yunnan Training

By Martha Tsutsui|December 15, 2016|Where in the World is ELAR?|0 comments

This week on the ELAR blog, Sophie Mu recaps the Endangered Language Documentation Project training in Yunnan, China.  ELDP regularly runs in-country training courses targeting local scholars and language documenters. This year we had our first in-country training courses in Yuxi, China. ELDP and our co-host Yuxi Normal University welcomed thirty successful applicants from all over China to participate in a two-week training in Yuxi, Yunnan from October 24th– November 4th. We

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Where in the World is ELAR? Bali & Leiden Summer 2016

By Martha Tsutsui|October 13, 2016|Where in the World is ELAR?|0 comments

‘Where in the World is ELAR?’ is an ELAR blog series which recaps training courses and events in which ELAR staff participate and attend. This summer, ELAR Director Mandana Seyfeddinipur led workshops in Bali, Indonesia and Leiden in the Netherlands. Bali, Indonesia:                                                        

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