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Author International CUA Conference on Endangered Languages (1st : 2014 : Ardahan, Turkey)

Title Endangered languages of the Caucasus and beyond / edited by Ramazan Korkmaz and Gurkan Dogan
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2017]
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Series Languages of Asia series ; Vol. 15
Languages of Asia series ; vol. 15
Contents Preface; Chapter 1 Consequences of Russian Linguistic Hegemony in (Post- )Soviet Colonial Space; Chapter 2 The Contacts between the Ossetians and the Karachay-Balkars, According to V.I. Abaev and Marrian Ideology; Chapter 3 Why Caucasian Languages?; Chapter 4 International Research Collaboration on Documentation and Revitalization of Endangered Turkic Languages in Ukraine: Crimean Tatar, Gagauz, Karaim, Qrymchak and Urum Experience; Chapter 5 Cases-Non-cases: At the Margins of the Tsezic Case System
Chapter 15 Language Contact in Anatolia: The Case of Sason ArabicChapter 16 Language and Emergent Literacy in Svaneti; Chapter 17 The Internet as a Tool for Language Development and Maintenance? The Case of Megrelian; Chapter 18 Linguistic Topography and Language Survival; Chapter 19 And So Flows History; Index
Chapter 6 Language Endangerment in the Balkans with Some Comparisons to the CaucasusChapter 7 Instilling Pride by Raising a Language's Prestige; Chapter 8 Unwritten Minority Languages of Daghestan: Statusand Conservation Issues; Chapter 9 Report on the Fieldwork Studies of the Endangered Turkic Languages; Chapter 10 Empire, Lingua Franca, Vernacular: The Rootsof Endangerment; Chapter 11 Endangered Turkic Languages from China; Chapter 12 The Death of a Language: The Case of Ubykh; Chapter 13 Diversity in Dukhan Reindeer Terminology1; Chapter 14 How Much Udi is Udi?
Summary According to UNESCO, it is believed that at least half of the nearly 7,000 languages spoken around the world will cease to be used within the next 100 years. If this issue is neglected, people will lose not only their cultural heritage but also invaluable understandings about the history of all humankind. 'Endangered Languages of the Caucasus and Beyond' includes the manuscripts of 19 papers that were presented at the 1st International CUA Conference on Endangered Languages, organized by the Caucasus University Association (CUA), at Ardahan, Turkey, on 13 to 16 October 2014. The articles address issues such as the state of the field of documentation, conservation and revitalization of endangered languages with special reference to the endangered languages in the Caucasus region and beyond
Notes "The 1st International CUA Conference on Endangered Languages was held by the Caucasus University Association (CUA) on 13-16 October 2014, at Ardahan, Turkey, in collaboration with the Turkish Language Association, Ardahan University and Harvard University."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Endangered languages -- Congresses.
Turkic languages -- Congresses.
Ural-Altaic languages -- Congresses.
Caucasus -- Languages -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Doğan, Gürkan, editor
Korkmaz, Ramazan, 1962- editor
LC no. 2017005538
ISBN 9004328696 (E-book)
9789004328693 (E-book)
(hardback ;) (alk. paper)