Terralingua Langscape, Volume 5, Issue 2, Winter 2016

Voices of the Earth, Part 2


Table of Contents






Special Feature – Biocultural Diversity at 20

Flourishing at Twenty: On Context and Foundations in the Rise of the Concept of Biocultural Diversity
Ken Wilson


Maintaining the Linguasphere in the Anthropocene
Peter Bridgewater

The Earthlings Are Invading! Radical Language and Dialogue at the United Nations
Joseph Lambert



"No one said a word": Children Give Voice to the Fullness of Language, Landscape, and Life
Patrick Howard

Language, Landscape, and Custom: A Synthesis for Memory
Marilee K. Gloe


Dispatches I

Jaqin Uraqpachat Amuyupa: The Aymara Cosmological Vision
Amy Eisenberg

To the Golden Mountains of Altai, Southern Siberia: A Journey of Language and Soul
Joanna Dobson

Voices from the Field: African Rural Women, Custodians of Seed and Traditional Knowledge
Kagole Margret Byarufu


Louder Than Words I

Protecting Biocultural Diversity in Dakshinkali, a Sacred Grove in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
Sheetal Vaidya and Asha Paudel


Dispatches II

Linking Language and the Land: How Words, Stories, and Ceremonies Can Inform Decision-Making among the Kwakwa̲ka̲'wakw of British Columbia, Canada
Andrea Lyall

Ma̅ori Oral Tradition, Ancestral Sayings, and Indigenous Knowledge: Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future
He̅mi Whaanga and Priscilla Wehi 

Doña Dora and Her Tehuelche Animals: Stories of Language Revitalization in Southern Patagonia
Javier Domingo in conversation with Dora Manchado



Like Growing Flowers: The Work of Saving Endangered Languages
Ajuawak Kapashesit


Louder Than Words II

Cherokee Voices for the Land
Clint Carroll and Cherokee Nation Medicine Keepers

Yamani: Voices of an Ancient Land
Faith Baisden, Thomas Dick, Carolyn Barker, and Kristina Kelman


Web Extras

Giving Nature a Critical Voice: A New Approach to Nature Conservation?
Katherine Dominique Lind (http://www.terralinguaubuntu.org/Langscape/Volume_5/lind.pdf)