No. 1 (2021): Indigenous Language Revitalization: Innovation, Reflection and Future Directions
The aim of this special issue is to bring together diverse voices from many involved in Indigenous Language Revitalization (ILR) from across contexts to share innovations and discuss shared aspirations for Indigenous language work. As we collectively envision future directions in ILR, we center hope and uphold Indigenous sovereignties in language reclamation work.
This issue shares stories and research across generations and spaces related to past, present, and future directions of ILR. Authors who contributed to this special issue come from and/or work with communities across North and South America, Aotearoa (New Zealand), Africa, and Australia. They are scholars, and many are community-based practitioners of ILR. Reflecting the core intention of this special issue to center Indigenous voices in ILR, every article is led or co-led by an Indigenous author or co-authors.
McIvor, O. & Chew, K. A. B. (Eds). (2021). Indigenous Language Revitalization: Innovation, Reflection and Future Directions [Special issue]. WINHEC: International Journal of Indigenous Education Scholarship, 16(1).