Saturday, January 17, 2015 Abstract Submissions - Now Closed This issue of Langscape is the "People's Issue" - dedicated to YOU! We want to hear from you, for there is a crucial global dialogue that needs to happen. What are your own thoughts about the value of diversity in nature and culture? What is happening
We created Terralingua Ubuntu as a space for Terralingua members and friends to come together as a community, connect, and work together to sustain the biocultural diversity of life. Ubuntu is a word in the isiXhosa and isiZulu languages of South Africa, meaning: 1. Humanity or personhood, achieved through interconnectedness with other people and community.
Terralingua Langscape Volume 3, Issue 1 Biocultural Approaches to Education. With Guest Editor: Yvonne Vizina
We are pleased to bring you the first issue of Langscape's new series. In this issue, guest-edited by Yvonne Vizina, we explore how both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal philosophies rooted in the interconnection between language, culture, and nature can inspire and shape new and integrative approaches to education, within and outside the school, and how they