Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Linguistics Everyday

Sep 3, 2023

Cara, Drew, and Ed are back to do a deep dive into the the Native American language of Cree. They explore the rich linguistic heritage, cultural significance, and fascinating nuances of Cree, shedding light on a vital part of Indigenous...

Feb 7, 2023

On this episode of Linguistics Everyday, Ed, Cara, and Drew discuss the Manchu language, the Jurchen people, and a little bit about the History of China. Contact us at @LinguisticsEver or email us at 


Some papers:

  • Language death and language revivalism The case of Manchu by Daniel...

Aug 3, 2022

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.




Apr 10, 2022

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 Media

May 19, 2021

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.