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First Nations and Endangered Languages Program

April 14, 2017

Mark Turin (second from right in group photo) provided an dynamic lecture at UW covering both the Digital Himalaya Project and a new project to protect First Nations languages in the Bella Bella region in British Columbia. Mark is the Chair of the First Nations and Endangered Languages Program, Acting Co-Director at the Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies, and Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia. In the first photo Mark is with Professor Sara Shneiderman, UBC; David Citrin, Affiliate Faculty, South Asia Center; and Scott Halliday, Program Coordinator, Nepal Studies Initiative, UW.

View other photos from the lecture below!