Lecture & Workshop “Endangered Languages and Dialects in Japan”
*This event has already been held.
National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL) and National Institutes for Humanities (NIHU) started The Mobile Museum Project. The aim of this project is developing a compact and movable exhibition system like a travelling funfair, and to contribute social pedagogy by using the travelling exhibition.
In this event, we will invite the promoter of this exhibition “Endangered Languages and Dialects in Japan” to talk about this exhibition.
*Please see here for the exhibition.
28 January, 2020 (Tue.), 14:00–15:30
Room 304, 3F, ILCAA, TUFS
- Nobuko KIBE (NINJAL)
- Natsuko NAKAGAWA (NINJAL)
- Takayuki KAGOMIYA (NINJAL)
Hayato AOI (ILCAA Research Associate, NINJAL)
No pre-registration is required.
Jointly Organized by
- NIHU-NINJAL Project: Interactive Communication Initiative for Exhibition of Endangered Languages
- Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Science3 (LingDy3)”, ILCAA, TUFS
LingDy3 Project Administrative Office
E-mail: info-lingdy[at]aacore.net (Please replace [at] with @)
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