(nLE) nēhiyawak Language Experience (by Dr Belinda (kakiyosēw) Daniels)

Dr. Belinda (kakiyosēw) Daniels is from the community of pakitahwākan sākahikan – Sturgeon Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan. After completing her undergraduate studies in education, she began a journey in nēhiyawēwin (Cree) language recovery, inspired by having and raising her family. She is self-taught, and now teaches others how to teach and learn an Indigenous language as […]

(Un)learning through a research internship about Indigenous language revitalization: A story of an encounter between a PhD student and two professors (by Ingrid Jasor, Dr Belinda (kakiyosēw) Daniels and Dr Andrea Sterzuk)

Ingrid Jasor, the first of our team of three guest bloggers this week, is a PhD student in Education from Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and Language Science/Linguistics from Université des Antilles in Guadeloupe, a Caribbean Island she calls home. Her research topics are centered around bilingualism in diglossia context, minoritized language valorization and […]