The Designated Emphasis (D.E.) in Indigenous Language Revitalization offers:

  • An interdisciplinary community of scholars dedicated to Indigenous Language Revitalization projects worldwide
  • A core course taught by professors in Education, Linguistics, Native American Studies, and related fields
  • Support for practicum/fieldwork in an indigenous language
  • Elective courses in multiple departments across campus
  • Certification of your expertise on your Graduate diploma

Graduate Students in ANY department are eligible to apply in their second year (or third if before the Qualifying Exam).

Applicants must provide:

  • A statement of interest
  • A letter of support from your advisor
  • A copy of your transcript
  • A current CV

Applications are due November 2, 2018, to [email protected]


Meet the Faculty and Learn about the D.E. in Indigenous Language Revitalization:

  • Oct. 25, 4 – 5:30 pm Fieldwork Forum
    “The Many Lives of Indigenous Languages” with Line Mikkelsen, Beth Piatote, Sean Brown, and Lou Montelongo, with Reception and Q-and-A on the ILR D.E., 554 Barrows Hall