[aka Judeo-Spanish, Sephardic, Hakitia]

Classification: Indo-European


at risk


Why and how to save endangered languages

A polyglot explains why we need to save dying languages to protect our intellectual and cultural history and future innovations. This talk was originally delivered at Google for the Google Tech Talk on Endangered Languages on August 20, 2012 in Mountain View, California.


Susanna Zaraysky

April 5, 2013


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    Dylan O'Connor 2067 days ago

    Only YOU can prevent dying languages.

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    Tom Onditi 441 days ago

    Language death is a slow process but which becomes apparent much later when the numbers of proficient speakers have dwindled dangerously, official support is non-existent, and domains of use have been actively taken over by other (dominant) languages. Advocacy should begin with the first symptoms