CoRSAL Happenings

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

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Collaborative research with the Chin community in Indiana


Check out this recent publication authored by members of two research teams: Chin Languages Research Project (CLRP) and Linguistically Underserved Communities and Health (LUCAH), an NSF-funded grant jointly lead by Drs. Shobhana Chelliah, Kelly... read more

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Meeting our Depositors: NEILS conference


CoRSAL director Shobhana Chelliah had the opportunity to meet with several depositors at the Northeast Indian Linguistics Society’s 12th conference hosted by Gauhati University in Assam from 3-5 February, 2023. NEILS is known throughout the Northeast and the... read more