ELAR turns 36

At the end of last month the Endangered Languages Archive (ELAR) at SOAS made available its 36th collection of endangered languages materials. Deposits added in February include Bogong from Ghana, Pingjiang from China, Surel from Nepal and South Eastern Huastec from Mexico. The Pingjiang collection of 69 love songs is notable for having a description of the project and the deposit contents in Chinese.

Over half of the ELAR deposit collections are available as open access so why not become a registered user (if you are not already one) and explore the terabytes of materials on endangered languages from around the world that are now available?

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