'On the job' interview with Dr Luisa Maffi, Co-founder and Director of Terralingua What first got you involved in Terralingua and bio-cultural diversity? It now goes back 20 years! In the mid-1990s, biologists were increasingly talking about biodiversity loss, linguists about endangered languages Read More
Call for Abstracts Volume 5, Issue 2 - Now Closed. Thanks everyone for your interest.
We are marking our twentieth anniversary by “going back to our roots” with this issue’s theme: “Voices of the Earth”. In 1996, we chose the name Terralingua to suggest two things at once: the language of the Earth—the voice of Mother Nature; and the languages of the Earth—the many voices of the world’s diverse peoples,
This issue is the second of our "People's Issue" series. In Part Two, At Home and in the World, we celebrate the many ways in which individuals and communities around the world experience the "inextricable link" between people and nature, and express their sense of place - both at home, and in the larger world.
The Call for Abstracts is NOW CLOSED Thanks to all who submitted. We will be in touch soon. As with the first issue of this series, Volume 4 Issue 2 is dedicated to YOU! We want to hear from you, for there is a crucial global dialogue that needs to happen. What are your own
Langscape's newest issue is now available. "The People's Issue - Part 1: Flows and Bridges" Flows: the flow of life in nature and culture, in space and time; the flow of water; the flow of memory; the flow of communication and understanding across cultures; the flow of art, dance, and beauty. Bridges: bridges across often
Our 2014 Annual Report is now available for download. You'll find the past year's news about our projects: Voices of the Earth, the Biocultural Diversity Education Initiative, the Biocultural Diversity Toolkit, and our magazine Langscape, along with our 2014 financial summary and an acknowledgment of our generous supporters. Please do take a moment to read
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