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FEL Conferences

FEL holds an annual conference, in different locations around the world and with up-to-date themes reflecting the latest issues affecting the world's endangered languages.

FEL conferences:

  • FEL XXVIII 2024 - Islamabad, Pakistan, Endangered Languages and Oral Traditions FEL2024 Conference Page
  • FEL XXVII 2023 - Rabat, Morocco, Endangered Languages and Cultural Diversity FEL conference page
  • FEL XXVI 2022 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States, Community ownership of language education for endangered language revitalization FEL conference page
  • FEL XXV - Tirana, Albania, Endangered Languages and Diaspora FEL conference page; Home page of the conference
  • FEL XXIV (hosted by University College London (UCL), UK) Teaching and Learning Resources for Endangered Languages ... see more | conference home page including full program | videos of all conference presentations
  • FEL XXIII (hosted by The Sydney Centre for Language Research at The University of Sydney, Australia) Causes of language endangerment: Looking for answers and finding solutions to the global decline in linguistic diversity FEL conference page | conference report
  • FEL XXII (hosted by the Vigdís International Centre for Multilingualism and Intercultural Understanding, University of Iceland, Reykjavík) Endangered Languages and the Land: Mapping Landscapes of Multilingualism FEL conference page | Vigdís International Centre conference page | Digital proceedings (free download at EL Publishing)
  • FEL XXI - Alcanena, Portugal Communities in Control: Learning tools and strategies for multilingual endangered language communities conference page
  • FEL XX (hosted by the University of Hyderabad, India) Language colonization and endangerment: long-term effects, echoes and reactions conference page
  • SOILLSE-FEL (hosted by the University of Glasgow, UK) Small Language Planning: Communities in Crisis conference page
  • FEL XIX 2015 (FELNOLA) (hosted by Tulane University, New Orleans, USA) The Music of Endangered Languages conference page | conference report
  • FEL XVIII 2014 (Ryukuan Heritage Language Society, Okinawa, Japan) Indigenous Languages: Value to the Community conference page
  • FEL XVII 2013 (Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada) Endangered Languages Beyond Boundaries: Community Connections, Collaborative Approaches, and Cross-Disciplinary Research contents | conference pages | call in English | appel en francais
  • FEL XVI 2012 (AUT University, Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand) Language Endangerment in the 21st Century: Globalisation, Technology and New Media contents | video highlights | conference pages
  • FEL XV 2011 (Pontificia Universidad Católica, Quito, Ecuador) Endangered Languages - the Voices they Project, and the Images they Present contents | conference page
  • FEL XIV 2010 (University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen, Wales) Reversing Language Shift: How to Re-awaken a Language Tradition contents | conference page
  • FEL XIII 2009 (Khorog, Tajikistan) Endangered Languages and History contents | conference page
  • FEL XII 2008 (Ljouwert/Leeuwarden, The Netherlands) Endangered Languages and Language Learning contents | conference page
  • FEL XI 2007 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) Working Together for Endangered Languages: Research Challenges and Social Impacts contents
  • FEL X (2006 Mysore, India) Endangered Languages and Multilingualism contents
  • FEL IX (Stellenbosch, South Africa 2005) Creating Outsiders Endangered Languages, Migration and Marginalisation contents
  • FEL VIII (Barcelona, Spain 2004) Endangered Languages and Linguistic Rights contents
  • FEL VII (Broome, Western Australia 2003) Maintaining the Links: Language Identity and the Land contents
  • FEL VI (Antigua Guatemala 2002) Endangered Languages and Their Literatures contents
  • FEL V (Agadir, Morocco 2001) Endangered Languages and The Media contents
  • FEL IV (Charlotte, North Carolina 2000) Endangered Languages and Literacy contents
  • FEL III (Maynooth, Ireland 1999) Endangered Languages and Education contents
  • FEL II (Edinburgh 1998) What Role for the Specialist? contents

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