Lifelines for Indigenous languages
This piece on endangered languages from The World Weekly features insights from ELAT director Anastasia Riehl.
The fight is on to save Toronto’s endangered languages
ELAT director Anastasia Riehl was interviewed about endangered languages for International Mother Language Day on CBC’s Metro Morning and featured in a CBC News article.
The loss of language
ELAT’s work is featured in this article in Pacific Standard, including interviews with ELAT director Anastasia Riehl and project participant Gianna DiBiase.
French and English are great. What about all the other languages of Canada?
ELAT director Anastasia Riehl is interviewed about endangered languages in Toronto for The Agenda on TVO.org.
ELAT director Anastasia Riehl and contributor to our Italian languages project, Paolo Frascà, are featured in a piece for Timeline Magazine by Fairchild TV. The program is in Cantonese and English [This video is no longer available on the Fairchild site.]
Linguist documents dying languages still spoken in Toronto
ELAT’s work is featured in an article in the Toronto Star, including interviews with director Anastasia Riehl, Italian project contributor Paolo Frascà, Harari project contributor Abdullah Sherrif and ELA New York director Dan Kaufman.
A version of the article also appeared in Metro.
Nuovo progetto di salvaguardia delle lingue d’Italia a Toronto [Italiano]
(New project to preserve languages of Italy in Toronto)
ELAT’s Italian languages project is highlighted in this article in Corriere Canadese.
Saving languages in a new home [English]
La protection des langues dans leur nouveau foyer [Français]
ELAT director Anastasia Riehl and Harari project contributor Abdullah Sherif are interviewed for the CanadianLanguage Museum blog.
Linguists struggling to preserve endangered immigrant languages
ELAT is featured in an article in The Globe and Mail, including interviews with director Anastasia Riehl, Sri Lanka Malay project contributor Mohamed Jaffar and ELA New York director Dan Kaufman.