Friday, 22nd November 2013
Block I: Achieving the Goals of Linguistic Documentation: Past, Present and Future
- Peter Austin (London):
"Theory and practice of language documentation – from the 20th to the 21st century"
- Ola Wennstedt (Umeå):
"Moving traditional archives into the digital age"
Block II: Technical Interfaces to Documentary Linguistics
- Trond Trosterud (Tromsø):
"Computational and documentary linguistics for endangered languages"
- Sabine Stoll (Zurich):
"Annotating and analyzing a longitudinal corpus to study the acquisition of an endangered language"
- Daniel Alcón (Freiburg):
"Corpus access to primary linguistic data"
Saturday, 23rd November 2013
Block III: Applying Language Documentation in Linguistics and other Disciplines
- Florian Stammler (Rovaniemi):
"Documenting oral history of the Soviet Arctic coastal inhabitants: how anthropologists embed life histories as oral texts in wider field contexts"
- Johanna Domokos (Bielefeld):
"Investigating literacy genres of orally transmitted indigenous languages"
- Alexandra Lavrillier (Versailles):
"Language documentation and applied anthropological research: experience from Evenk nomadic schools"
Block IV: Optimizing language documentation corpora
- Christian Mair (Freiburg):
"Development of digital infrastructures and language documentation: Perspectives in CLARIN-D"
- Rolf Kailuweit (Freiburg):
- David Nathan (London):
"Archiving 2.0 and social media"