Committee on Endangered Languages and Their Preservation


 
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Background

Established in 1992.

Charge

The Committee on Endangered Languages and their Preservation (CELP) calls attention to the rapid loss of language diversity worldwide and encourages the documentation and study of endangered languages.

Responsibilities

The work of the Committee includes but is not limited to the following:

Membership (open)

At least 6 members, serving three-year terms.

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Committee Structure, 2024

  • Senior Chair: Joseph Dupris, Brown University (2024)
  • Junior Chair: Raymond Huaute, University of California, Riverside (2026)
  • Executive Committee Liaison: Carmen Dagostino, California State University, San Bernardino (2024) 
  • Staff Liaison: Vy Le, Director of Membership and Governance
  • Student Officer: Martin Renard, University of Toronto