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My friend Drew Vendrell comes to share some of his research on human migration in the past and how it affected spoken language patterns, with a huge breadth and scope from sea to shining yangtze. linguisticseveryday@gmail.com @linguisticsever @edwardgiordano @carabrarian Sources: https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-36788165.amp https://www…
 
Cara and Ed are back to discuss the tumultuous history of the Ukrainian Language! Some sources: The Ukrainian Language under Totalitarianism and Total War Language Attitudes in Independent Ukraine: Differentiation and Evolution The Ukrainian Language in Education and Mass Mediaעל ידי Linguistics Everyday
 
This week we are joined by Kristen, from Wikitongues, and Jon, from Wikimedia Norway, to discuss the upcoming Arctic Knot Conference, taking place from June 24th to 25th, 2021. They discuss the ongoing preservation efforts they are taking with the Sámi languages at the conference. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Arctic_Knot_Conference_2021 Thank yo…
 
Cara and Ed come back from a brief hiatus and tackle Scandinavian Languages! Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Faroese, Oh My! This episode is Bokmål of Nynorsk stories! A super fun episode, lots of laughs and a bit of language knowledge! https://termcoord.eu/2014/05/scandinavian-languages-mutually-understandable/ https://wordminds.com/blog/di…
 
This week, Cara and Ed discuss all about the languages of Pakistan! We discuss the languages of Punjabi and Urdu in detail, as well as the script of Nastaʿlīq. The paper of the episode is Language Ideology, Identity and the Commodification of Language in the Call Centers of Pakistan by Tariq Rahman. LinguisticsEveryday@gmail.com @LinguisticsEver @C…
 
Cara and Ed focus on South America this episode! We discuss the major languages of South America, but then shift our focus on to the indigenous language of Quechua, with its approximately 8.5 million speakers, it is a major language in its own right. Enjoy and PLEASE VOTE! @LinguisticsEver @Carabrarian @EdwardGiordano LinguisticsEveryday@gmail.com …
 
Today, we interview Wikitongues (https://wikitongues.org/) Director Daniel Bögre Udell! He talks about the origin of Wikitongues and its mission as well as discussing language rights all over the world and some upcoming projects for Wikitongues! A super great jam-packed episode! Daniel's Ted Talk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXB3-yVGHcI Wikitong…
 
Cara and Ed tackle the Slavic Language Family with an emphasis on the Russian Language, from its Old Church Slavonic roots to the modern languages of Czech, Macedonian, Polish, Serbo-croatian, Slovak and more! @LinguisticsEver @Carabrarian @EdwardGiordano LinguisticsEveryday@gmail.com Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slavic_languages https://…
 
Cara and Ed along with special guest, Emily Wheeler of Film Inquiry, discuss New Kings of the World by Fatima Bhutto to talk about Bollywood, Dizi, K-Pop, and the shifting of soft power from America to the rest of the world. We also discuss the magical power of SRK, Turkish Soap Operas and K-Pop groups like NCT 127. @linguisticsever @movieop @carab…
 
In episode 7, Cara and Ed discuss the value of an official language in the modern nation state, how language influences identity and what the language situation is in South Sudan, from Juba Arabic to English and a bit of Swahili. @LinguisticsEver@Carabrarian@EdwardGiordanoLinguisticsEveryday@gmail.com South Sudan Civil Warhttps://www.youtube.com/wa…
 
Cara and Ed gather on this minisode to celebrate a huge milestone for the podcast: 500 downloads! We discuss the research of Gretchen McCulloch about emojis as language and a little bit about the experiment that was Emoji Dick (an Emoji translation re-telling of Moby Dick). We also discuss how we use emojis in our day to day lives. LinguisticsEvery…
 
In Episode 5, Cara and Ed, along with guest Jen, discuss A Death in the Rainforest: How a Language and a Way of Life Came to an End in Papua New Guinea by Don Kulick. We discuss the death of the Tayap language as well as the people of the village of Gapun. https://bookshop.org/books/a-death-in-the-rainforest-how-a-language-and-a-way-of-life-came-to…
 
Cara and Ed gather to discuss the only truly revitalized language, Hebrew. From its 3000 BC roots to modern day, the language had been on a rollercoaster. We discuss how it’s been influenced by Arabic throughout its history and how Biblical Hebrew is different from Modern Hebrew. You can email us at LinguisticsEveryday@gmail.com Twitter us@Linguist…
 
Ed and Cara discuss what is Language Death. With a language dying about every two weeks, preserving and recording these languages is of the utmost importance. We discuss different ways languages die (Gradual Language Death, Bottom-to-Top Language Death, Sudden Language Death and Radical Language Death). We also discuss dialect stigmatism and standa…
 
Ed and Cara take a deep dive into the world of English Based Creoles from the Carribean, Africa and the Pacific like: Hawaiian Pidgin to Kreyol to Jamaican Patois to Singlish to Manglish and many more! How an accent transforms over time in an isolated setting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHKGErnN9W8 @linguisticsever@edwardgiordano@carajoellling…
 
Ed and Cara introduce you to the exciting world of creole languages! We discuss how a pidgin becomes a creoles, what makes a creole a creole to begin with as well as touching on the world's many creoles like Haitian Creole, Louisiana Creole, Malaysian Creole and Juba Arabic. How an accent transforms over time in an isolated setting: https://www.you…
 
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