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Earlier this month, over 650 students in grades Pre-K through 12 participated in the 10th annual Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair in Norman, Oklahoma. Students competed in categories such as spoken language, poetry, language with song, and poster art. … Continue reading
Last spring, the University of Oklahoma’s Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History completed a successful pilot language workshop. The week-long event, titled Breath of Life: Silent No More Workshop, paired members of communities with no remaining fluent first speakers … Continue reading
The Native American Languages Collection at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History is taking applications for the position of Collection Manager (CM). This is an exciting opportunity for someone with a BA or MA degree and experience in … Continue reading