Approaching From Many Angles: Seeing the Connections for Our Languages to Live

@article{Mckenzie2020ApproachingFM,
  title={Approaching From Many Angles: Seeing the Connections for Our Languages to Live},
  author={James Mckenzie},
  journal={The Modern Language Journal},
  year={2020}
}
  • J. Mckenzie
  • Published 1 June 2020
  • Sociology
  • The Modern Language Journal
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Addressing historical trauma and healing in Indigenous language cultivation and revitalization

Abstract This paper demonstrates that historical trauma, healing, and wellbeing require attention in Indigenous language cultivation and revitalization. While historical trauma affects Indigenous

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