The Centres vision is to develop research and expertise in endangered and indigenous language revitalisation with strong collaboration between researchers, academics and language communities. Read a welcome from our Director, Professor Tania Ka‘ai (PhD), here.
The Centre in Washington D.C
The Centre will be hosting a free side event at the 2013 Smithsonian Folklife Festival, get the flyer here.
Dr. Larisa Warhol - Fullbright Scholar
Dr Larisa Warhol is the Centres first visiting Fullbright scholar and will be part of our team for the semester. MORE
MA in Language Revitalisation
Over the past few decades a number of innovative programmes have emerged around the world with the aim of revitalising languages and cultures that are endangered or in decline. more
Building on the work begun at Te Ipukarea, a new online system for the learning and teaching of endangered indigenous and minoritised languages is in development. more
The Centre is a revolutionary space where academics, researchers, students and practitioners in the field of community, minoritised, and endangered language revitalisation can collaborate, exchange ideas and learn from the experiences of other groups working for Read more...
In addition to staff and students, the Centre is supported by a network of International Advisory Fellows. Click here to learn more about the fellows and their work in language education and revitalisation.