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Coding for Language Communities Devroom at FOSDEM 2020

Posted by: Martha Tsutsui 1 day, 3 hours ago

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
Saturday, February 1st, 2020, Brussels, Belgium

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Contrato predoctoral proyecto FRONTERA HISPANO-PORTUGUESA: PERSONAS, PUEBLOS Y PALABRAS (FRONTESPO-3P)

Posted by: Martha Tsutsui 4 days, 3 hours ago

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LangUp Presentation at Festival Materiais Diversos

Posted by: Martha Tsutsui 3 weeks, 1 day ago

On Thursday (26/09, 20:30 PM) at the meeting point of the Festival Materiais Diversos, CIDLeS members Pedro and Rita presented results and progress of the LangUp Project. To learn more about the LangUp Project, visit its project page on the CIDLes website, found here.

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Minderico workshop at Teatro do Campo Alegre (Porto)

Posted by: Martha Tsutsui 3 weeks, 6 days ago

On the evening of September 25, 2019 Vera Ferreira led a workshop on language diversity and Minderico, an endangered language of Portugal, at Teatro do Campo Alegre in Porto. This event was held in the framework of the LangUp project (to promote its results, language diversity and Minderico) and in preparation for the performance by Alex Cassal & Paula Diogo, The Smallest Language in the World (A menor língua do mundo) which will have its premiere on September 27 in Minde in Festival Materiais Diversos and will be in Porto on October 4th and 5th. On October 2nd and 3rd, another workshop will be held at Teatro do Campo Alegre with a focus on the Mirandese language, another minority language of Portugal.

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Vera Ferreira & Miroslav Valeš Featured on Field Notes Podcast

Posted by: Martha Tsutsui 2 months, 3 weeks ago

CIDLeS members Vera Ferreira and Miroslav Valeš have both been featured on Field Notes, a podcast about linguistic fieldwork. Vera is featured on the inaugural episode, as well as episodes 9 and 10 (Q&A from podcast listeners). In episode 1, Vera discusses her fieldwork in Europe working with the Minderico (Portugal), Fala (Spain), and Bavarian (Germany) communities.

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