Living Dictionaries

Living Dictionaries, originally launched in 2006 by two linguists, is dedicated to preserving endangered languages from around the globe. The application today has 130 different dictionaries that include a variety of words pronounced by community speakers, most of which are … Continue Reading »

68 Voices, 68 Hearts

The Mexican government recognizes 68 distinct official languages of the state. To celebrate these languages, a project was begun in 2013 by director Gabriela Badillo, intended to produce a video per language that told a traditional story in its native … Continue Reading »

Modeling Mesoamerica

At the end of October this year, the Stanford University Archaeology Collections released an amazing resource going into the archaeology of ancient Mesoamerican Indigenous peoples, the ancestors of contemporary Indigenous nations that span from today’s central Mexico all the way … Continue Reading »