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Presentations and Publications

Billiot, C., Dardar, H., Wood, B., Jimenez-Verdin, B., & Aronson, I. (2021, June 18). Adaptations and Progress in Reclaiming Uma [Presentation]. Language Revitalization Learning Series, Northwest Indian Language Institute.

Setyawan, K. (2021, June 2). Project works to rebuild indigenous Houma language in native communities. Houma Today.

Bauland, M. (2021, March). An Unspoken Language. Garde Voir Ci, Lost Bayou(The United Houma Nation).

Pierite, J.-L., Dardar, H., Wood, B., Jimez, B., Billiot, C., Choy, K., Juarez, M., Henderson, B., Lee, S., & LaPier, R. (2020, June 25). COVID Impacts Special Session [Online Web Series].

Dardar, H. (2019). Rebuilding the Houma Language, One Chat at a Time. Bulbancha Is Still a Place, #2.

Wood, B. (2019, June 30). Planning and Reclaiming the Houma Lanugage [Video Presentation]. Historical-comparative linguistics for language revitalization, University of California, Davis.

Guarino, M. (2015, January 3). Young members of Louisiana’s Houma Nation try to reclaim tribe’s lost language. Washington Post.

Peveto, K. (2014, September 3). Song about alligator helping women reconstruct dead language. The Advocate.

Kilpatrick, M. (2013, August 3). Houmas search for native language. Houma Courier.