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Marianna Di Paolo

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Director of the Center for Americ...

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University of Utah
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Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
United States

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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake ...
www.sltrib.com, 10 Sept 2012 [cached]
(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) University of Utah linguist Marianna Di Paolo helped found the Center for American Indian Languages and runs its Shoshoni Project. The U. is shutting down the center, which has worked to preserve native languages across the Americas. Administrators want to focus these efforts on Utah tribes.
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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) University of Utah linguist Marianna Di Paolo helped found the Center for American Indian Languages at Fort Douglas and runs its Shoshoni Project. She is pictured with Bryan Hudson, a Shoshoni language instructor and research assistant. The U. is shutting down the center, which has worked to preserve native languages across the Americas. Administrators want to focus these efforts on Utah tribes.
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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) University of Utah linguist Marianna Di Paolo helped found the Center for American Indian Languages and runs its Shoshoni Project. The U. is shutting down the center, which has worked to preserve native languages across the Americas. Administrators want to focus these efforts on Utah tribes.
Ontario Mining Association
oma.on.ca, 19 May 2011 [cached]
"Completing this work was a very important milestone in the preservation of the traditional oral culture of the Shoshone people," said Marianna Di Paolo at the University of Utah.
When Native Tongues Go Silent. Idaho State Moves Toward Solutions | 43rd State Blues: Democracy for Idaho
www.43sb.com, 16 June 2012 [cached]
• Wednesday, April 11, 9 a.m. - noon, speaker Marianna Di Paola, Director of the Center for American Indian Languages at the University of Utah, will be discussing the work being done regarding revitalization of Shoshoni and the need for doing so; noon luncheon, speaker Sky Hopinka, a member of the Hochunk Nation and Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, on "Language Loss and Effects on Culture"; 1:30 - 4 p.m., Hopinka will speak on a new methodology being used to teach the Chinuk Wawa language to tribal members; 7 p.m., film on Hawaiian language revitalization efforts followed by discussion.
"There is a lot of cultural ...
www.sltrib.com, 24 Sept 2011 [cached]
"There is a lot of cultural knowledge that is stored in small language communities that are disappearing," said Marianna Di Paolo, associate professor of linguistics at the University of Utah.
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Di Paolo and other scholars with ties to the U.'s Center for American Indian Languages, or CAIL, are working against time to document and preserve vanishing languages and their stories from tribes across the Americas and beyond.
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Rather than face desecration or dilution at being converted into a foreign language or known at all by non-practitioners, Di Paolo explained, "there are some traditions and languages that people have decided would be better for them not to continue."
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Coyote stories "teach what is morally right, how to be good and how we should relate to the world,'' said Di Paolo, who works with Miller's collection.
(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake ...
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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) University of Utah linguist Marianna Di Paulo helped found the Center for American Indian Languages and runs its Shoshoni Project.
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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) University of Utah linguist Marianna Di Paulo helped found the Center for American Indian Languages and runs its Shoshoni Project. The U. is shutting down the center, which has worked to preserve native languages across the Americas. Administrators want to focus these efforts on Utah tribes.
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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) University of Utah linguist Marianna Di Paulo helped found the Center for American Indian Languages at Fort Douglas and runs its Shoshoni Project. She is pictured with Bryan Hudson, a Shoshoni language instructor and research assistant. The U. is shutting down the center, which has worked to preserve native languages across the Americas. Administrators want to focus these efforts on Utah tribes.
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(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) University of Utah linguist Marianna Di Paulo helped found the Center for American Indian Languages and runs its Shoshoni Project. The U. is shutting down the center, which has worked to preserve native languages across the Americas. Administrators want to focus these efforts on Utah tribes.
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The dean initiated the changes without consulting CAIL's principal faculty member, Marianna Di Paulo, a former linguistics department chair who started and continues to lead the center's project to conserve the Shoshoni language. A member of the Academic Senate, she only learned of the restructuring from the U.'s Aug. 31 press release.
"I am in the process of trying to find out what will happen to me and my project," said Di Paulo, who holds tenure although her position and funding were recently moved from linguistics to the center. She said she intends to continue helping the Shoshone preserve their language.
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