CoRSAL Happenings

cover of book From source to analysis: A language documenter's guide to annotating text, by Shobhana Chelliah and Samson Lotven

New open access resource for language documenters


In From Source to Analysis: A language documenter's guide to annotating text, authors Shobhana Chelliah and Samson Lotven walk readers through the processes of collecting, annotating, and analyzing samples of natural... read more

Liangmai Dictionary Preparation workshop


This October, the Liangmai Literature Society Manipur held a two day workshop on dictionary making, supported by the Liangmai Foundation, the Liangmai Writers Research Forum, and the CoRSAL archive. This was the latest in a series of workshops since 2019 to promote Liangmai writing with spelling... read more

CoRSAL Newsletter

Three legacy language collections in CoRSAL


Since Spring 2022, the CoRSAL team has been developing collections of legacy material contributed by three prominent Tibeto-Burman linguists: Robbins Burling (University of Michigan), Inga-Lill Hansson (Lund University), and James A. Matisoff (University of California, Berkeley).

The... read more

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Coming soon: Chhitkul-Rākchham Language Resource


We are pleased to announce the upcoming addition to CoRSAL: the Chhitkul-Rākchham Language Resource. This rich collection was contributed by Dr. Philippe Antoine Martinez, a Postdoctoral Associate at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD). His current research focus is primarily on evidentiality... read more

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Workshop announcement: LangArc 2023


We invite you to join us this summer for an interactive virtual workshop on digital language archives, LangArc 2023, as part of the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. This workshop brings together researchers and practitioners to discuss a wide range of topics in digital language... read more