Language reconstruction and strengthening community: the role of archival resources


Daryl Baldwin is a citizen of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. The Myaamia Center is a unique collaborative effort supported by the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University in Oxford, Ohio for the purpose of advancing the language and cultural needs of the Myaamia people. Daryl received an MA in linguistics from the University of Montana. He has worked with the Myaamia people developing language and cultural materials since 1995. For an update on the projects currently under development through the Myaamia Center please visit the web site at www.myaamiacenter.org. Daryl is also a MacArthur Foundation Fellow.


Select Books and Articles Available at UBC Library

Baldwin, D. (2003). Miami language reclamation: from Ground Zero. A lecture presented by the Center for Writing and the Interdisciplinary Minor in Literacy and Rhetorical Studies. Speaker Series No. 24. University of Minnesota: Center for Writing. [Link]

Baldwin, D. and Julie Olds. (2007). Miami Indian Language and Cultural Research at Miami University. In: Beyond Red Power: New Perspectives on American Indian Politics and Activism. Cobb, M, Daniel and Fowler, Loretta (ed.), Sante Fe: School of American Research Press. [Link]

Baldwin, D. (2013). neetawaapantamaanki iilinwiaanki meehkamaanki niiyoonaani: Searching for Our Talk and Finding Ourselves.In: Language Planning and Policy in Native America: History, Theory, Praxis. Teresa L. McCarty, Multilingual Matters, Bristol, Buffalo, Toronto. [Link]

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