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OF THE IPA 1 A ’ ingae ( Cofán ) 2

@inproceedings{RepettiLudlow2019OFTI,
  title={OF THE IPA 1 A ’ ingae ( Cof{\'a}n ) 2},
  author={Chiara Repetti-Ludlow and Hui Zhang and H. Lucitante and Scott Anderbois and Chelsea Sanker},
  year={2019}
}
(also known as Cofán or Kofán) is a language isolate spoken by approximately 1,500 18 people in 13 communities in Ecuador and Colombia (Figure 1). Traditionally, the A’i (speak19 ers of A’ingae) lived in the Andean foothills, but over the past century they have migrated 20 down the Aguarico and San Miguel rivers, founding communities at Dureno and Zábalo, 21 where the language is most widely spoken. This migration was spurred in large part by 22 extensive oil contamination; an issue of great… Expand

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