Last Event: Monday Oct. 18 3 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.

American Indian Languages

All are welcome to drop-in during class time for ENG 414 Studies in Linguistics: Language Dormancy, Revitalization and Maintenance in Native North America taught by Assistant Professor Tyler Peterson, a specialist in endangered languages. Students in the class will share their work transcribing selections from Maricopa and O’odham languages.

ASU students, staff and faculty may attend the class in person in Armstrong Hall on the Tempe campus, room L1-14. The public is invited to attend via Zoom. Please note, in-person attendees must observe current ASU covid-19 protocols, including face-coverings.

This event is offered as part as a universitywide celebration of Humanities Week hosted by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at ASU.

Image: Map of linguistic stocks of American Indians by John Wesley Powell, 1890 / Library of Congress 

Map of linguistic stocks of American Indians by John Wesley Powell, 1890 / Library of Congress image in public domain

Armstrong Hall (ARM) L1-14

For more information contact:

Tyler Peterson
Department of English
t.peterson@asu.edu