Foundation for Endangered Languages
7. Places to Go, on the Web and in the World
Centro Cultural Abya-Yala (Quito, Ecuador)
En Octubre hemos logrado obtener un dominio propio en Internet y hemos lanzado al mundo nuestra página web. Aunque se encuentre en fase de construcción e implementación, visítenos a la dirección:
Santiago Fruci S., Centro Cultural Abya-Yala
Lakota Information Home Page
This site on the Lakota and Dakota peoples (sometimes referred to as Sioux or Siouan peoples) is a joint project by Martin Broken Leg at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Raymond Bucko, S.J. at Le Moyne College, Syracuse, New York. Users interested in Native American Studies, and the Lakota and Dakota peoples in particular, will find a large number of useful resources at this site. Features include an 820-item bibliography, language resources, electronic texts, full-text treaties and resources addressing current legal concerns, historical essays, and information on Lakota and Dakota educational institutions. The site also contains a collection of related (mostly non-academic) links.
Language Maintenance and Revitalization Organizations
Ur-List of Anthropological Web Resources
The Ur-List of Anthropological Web Resources, with special emphasis on visual anthropology and media, facilitates web searches by cross-indexing more than two hundred anthropological sites according to the categories of information they contain.
A selection from the the list of categories calls up two kinds of sites to choose from. The first are those dedicated exclusively to the category of information that was selected. Sites in the second list are multifaceted. Users must visit and browse through them in order to find the information they need.
This list was compiled by Peter Biella (