Esta conferencia forma parte del programa de investigación multi-institucional Creative Multilingualism (www.creativeml.ox.ac.uk), financiado por el Arts and Humanities Research Council. Nuestro grupo de investigación es un equipo transdisciplinario de académicos que trabajan en el nexo entre la diversidad lingüística y la creatividad. La conferencia está organizada por el Capítulo 2 de Multilingüismo Creativo, Creando un mundo significativo: la naturaleza en nombre, metáfora y mito (https://www.creativeml.ox.ac.uk/research/naming).

 

¡Esperamos darle la bienvenida en Pittsburgh!

INSCRIPCIONES

ITINERÁRIO PROVISIONAL

Intersections of Language and Nature:

Conservation, Documentation, and Access

Symposium

September 6-7, 2019

University of Pittsburgh

 

 

Friday, September 6

9:00            Registration/COFFEE           

 

9:30            Welcome and Introduction

 

10:00          Keynote: Secwépemc Indigenous Perspectives on Language, Nature, and Landscapes 

                   (Chief Ron and Marianne Ignace) 

Live Stream Link: https://pitt.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=5b253ac1-19ac-432d-8826-aabd0114ff9a

 

11:00          COFFEE

 

11:15          Panel: Experiences from the Land: How has your community protected language and biodiversity?

                   How are they connected in your experience?

                   (Panelists include: Irma Chávez, Andrés Ozuna; Moderated by Felice Wyndham)

Live Stream Link: https://pitt.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=5b253ac1-19ac-432d-8826-aabd0114ff9a

13:30          LUNCH

 

14:30          Posters*

 

15:30          Workshop: Taxonomy and Naming

                    (Organized by Andrew Gosler, Eugene S. Hunn, Marshall Iliff)

15:30          Workshop: Access - Mukurtu and the Ethno-ornithology World Atlas

                    (Organized by Felice Wyndham, Eglee Zent, and Dani Stuchel)

 

16:30          COFFEE (Mid Workshop)

17:30          Panel: How can regional and international networks do more to support community-based          

                   conservation?

                   (Panelists include: John Fanshawe, Andrés Ozuna Ortiz, Anna Luisa Daigneault, and Marianne        

                   Ignace; Moderated by Alberto Yanosky)

Live Stream Link: https://pitt.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=b81252e9-e5ab-4b89-8b1d-aabd01151e29

18:30          RECEPTION – Carnegie Museum of Natural History (https://carnegiemnh.org)

*Posters will be displayed for the duration of the symposium; Friday's session is a dedicated time for submitters to discuss their work. 

 

 

Saturday, September 7

9:00                 COFFEE         

 

9:30                 Keynote: Language, Culture, and Environment

                        (K. David Harrison) 

Live Stream Link: https://pitt.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=f6d02eca-6fbe-43b1-8ac3-aabd01154108

 

10:30               Workshop: Language Documentation and Mapping

 

10:30               Workshop: Access - Mukurtu and the Ethno-ornithology World Atlas

11:15               COFFEE (Mid Workshop)

12:30               LUNCH

 

13:30               Panel: How can we improve our understanding of global language and species distribution? 

                        (Panelists include: Marshall Iliff, Gary Holton, Karen Park, and Alberto Yanosky; Moderated by

                        John Fanshawe)

Live Stream Link: https://pitt.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=7fa3b140-607c-4514-93fc-aabd01155aff

15:00               Film: Singing ‘Bird’: Carrying on the Kumeyaay Tradition

                        

15:30               Panel: Discussion of the Film

                       (Teri Brewer and Remote Commentary from Ral Christman and Chairman Paul Cuero)

16:30              COFFEE

 

17:00               Panel: Synthesis: An open conversation about ways forward.

                        (Panelists include: Felice Wyndham, Chief Ron Ignace, and Alberto Yanosky; Moderated by

                        Gary Holton)

Live Stream Link:

                        

18:30               Closing Remarks

 

19:15               SYMPOSIUM BANQUET 

 

20:30               OPEN MIC. (bring your instruments and share your talents!)

 

 

Sunday, September 8

 

Field Trip: National Aviary