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Archiving Tutorial, LSA 2010

January 8, 2010; Baltimore, Maryland

Archiving ethically: Mediating the demands of communities and institutional sponsors when producing language documentation.

David Nathan (presented by Peter K. Austin)
Endangered Languages Academic Program, Department of Linguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Managing rights and access to your archival data.
Presentation (PDF)

Lise Dobrin
University of Virginia
"What Do They Want from Me?": Translating the Field to your IRB.
Presentation (PDF)

Anthony C. Woodbury
University of Texas at Austin
Building projects around community members: The Story of the Chatino Language Documentation Project.
Presentation (PDF)

Keren Rice
University of Toronto
Ethics in fieldwork: consent and archiving.
Presentation (PDF)

Jeff Good
University at Buffalo
Documenting consent, access, and rights.
Presentation (PDF)

Whole panel
General discussion moderated by Heidi Johnson (Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America.)





 
 
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