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Mwotlap, a Language of Islanders

by Alexandre François With about 500 languages, the Oceanic family spreads out across the vast Pacific Ocean. Three thousand years ago, its myriad islands and atolls began to be explored and settled by Austronesian...

ILARA Receives a Medal from the Singer-Polignac Foundation

This year, the Institute for Linguistic Heritage and Diversity (ILARA) is honoured to receive one of two medals of the Singer-Polignac Foundation. In 1928, Winnaretta Singer, Princess Edmond de Polignac, solidified her commitment to...

I am a Concrete Koori

In the second video of the series, we are introducing Konstantina (Kate Constantine), an aboriginal artist of the Eora Nation, from around Sydney, Australie. Konstantina speaks Gadigal, one of Australia’s indigenous languages, which belongs...

The 2023 Speech Datathon: an overview

The 2023 edition of the “Speech Datathon”, a workshop for speech data archiving, took place from Monday November 13 to Tuesday November 14, 2023 in the DataLab spaces of the Bibliothèque nationale de France....

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