About this Journal

Living Languages is an international, multilingual journal dedicated to topics in language revitalization and sustainability. The goal of the journal is to promote scholarly work and experience-sharing in the field. The primary focus is on bringing together language revitalization practitioners from a diversity of backgrounds, whether academic or not, within a peer-reviewed publication venue that is not limited to academic contributions and is inclusive of a diversity of perspectives and forms of expression. This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution..


Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences

Editors: Carla Ferrerós Pagès (Guest Editor), Francesc Roca Urgell (Guest Editor), Jordi Cicres Bosch (Guest Editor), Narcís Iglésias Franch (Guest Editor)

Introduction


Introduction: Minoritised languages and revitalisation strategies

Carla Ferrerós Pagès

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 1–16

Article


In search of Gaelic: The social linguistic soundscape as an indicator of minority language use in a bilingual English/Gaelic island community

Ingeborg Birnie

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 17–34

El punto perdido: función etnoidentitaria de la lengua quechua en contextos urbanos

Tania Rodríguez

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 35–57

No és bona educació, és minorització: sostenibilitat lingüística en la diversitat

Guillem Belmar Viernes

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 58–78

Etnografies d’empoderament lingüístic a Catalunya

David Berga Molina

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 79–94

Creencias y actitudes sobre la utilización del forro en un trabajo colaborativo entre jóvenes y ancianos

Maria Montroy and Ines García Azkoaga

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 95–111

Activismo digital en lenguas indígenas. Posibilidades y retos para la revitalización lingüística en la península de Yucatán

Josep Cru

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 112–129

Recuperación del lenguaje silbado de la isla de El Hierro

José Gavilán López

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 130–149

The importance of capturing hearts and minds. The impact of parental ideologies in supporting children's minority language acquisition in the education system

Ingeborg Birnie

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 150–169

Approche critique d'un atelier d'écriture pédagogique en quechua bolivien et en uru-chipaya (méthode des TERPLO)

Alexis Pierrard and Jean Léo Leonard

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 170–193

The role of the academic language in the United States: Insights from the case of academic Basque

Eukene Franco Landa

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 194–220

Revitalització lingüística a la Catalunya del Nord: una proposta didàctica

Ester Baiget-Bonany and Mariona Sabaté-Carrové

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 221–236

Regijōnalnŏ roztōmajtość ślōnskij gŏdki a jeji kodyfikacyjŏ – spoziyrani refleksyjnych używŏczōw w kōntekście jynzykowyj rewitalizacyje

Kamil Czaiński

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 237–262

Justicia lingüística y procesos de documentación: traducciones para informar a la comunidad Ñuu Savi sobre el COVID-19

Jeremías Salazar, Griselda Reyes Basurto, Guillem Belmar Viernes, Simon L. Peters and Eric W. Campbell

2024-02-21 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2024 • Revitalising languages: Speakers and experiences • 263–288