Collaborators

Speaking Place creates and manages projects through collaborations with other institutions and organizations. These interdisciplinary collaborations allow us to bring together personnel and resources to address problems that are beyond the capacity of any single organization or discipline. Here are some of our collaborators and the types of projects we work on together:

 
 
  • University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, Canada – online software development
  • University of Maine, Augusta, Maine – French immersion language training, Curriculum Development

  • University of Maine, Orono, Maine – French-American Portal development

  • Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana – Mixe Self-Documentation and Language Portal

  • Northeast Historic Film Archive, Bucksport, Maine – Passamaquoddy Archive and project management

  • CIDLeS –The Interdisciplinary Centre for Social and Language Documentation, Minde, Portugal – Portuguese-American language Portal and documentation methods training for European minority and endangered languages

  • Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca (UABJO), Oaxaca, Mexico – Community documentation methods training

  • Municipality of Totontepec, Oaxaca, Mexico – Community self-documentation and Language Portal

  • Passamaquoddy Communities of Pleasant Point and Indian Township, Maine – Language documentation, revival, and Language Portal

  • Penobscot Language School, Rockland, Maine – French immersion language training

  • Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership, Portland, Maine – Disparities training for health professionals

  • University of California, Davis – Mixe language documentation data for plant genetics research

  • Bay Area Video Coalition (BVAC), San Francisco, California – Digitization and preservation of early video documenting the development of video feedback from the 1970’s

  • Instituto Nacional de Lenguas Indígenas (INALI), Mexico City, Mexico – Documenting endangered languages of Oaxaca, Mexico