Endangered Languages in popular media
Serious Science 11/01/2016: Australian Languages
SBS October 2016: My grandmother’s lingo
NITV 10/06/2016: What is language extinction and why should we care?
The Scientific American 09/2016: Can an App save an endangered language?
The Conversation 02/2016: We wouldn’t be mourning lost languages if we embraced multilingualism
Intercontinental 04/2016: Preserving language key to overcoming native suicide epidemic
BBC Radio 01/2016: Reawakening Languages
The New Yorker 03/2015: A Loss for Words
List25 06/2013: 25 Most Endangered Languages In The World
National Geographic 07/2012: Vanishing Voices
The Australian 06/2012: Stop, revive and survive
The Guardian 04/2012: Endangered languages: the full list
BBC Today 10/2009: The death of language?
The Australian 08/2009: Aboriginal languages deserve revival
Wall Street Journal 09/2007: How Many Languages Are Endangered?
NY Times 09/2007: World’s languages dying off rapidly
The Guardian 10/1999: Death Sentence
Endangered Languages in professional media
Languages in Danger Book of Knowledge
Language Documentation and Conversation Academic Journal based at the University of Hawai’i
Linguistic Society of America What is an endangered language?
Linguistic Society of America Language Documentation
UNESCO Endangered Languages
Institute on collaborative language research CoLang
School of African and Oriental Studies, London Endangered Language Research
University of Hawai’i Department of Linguistics
Endangered Language Fund Small scale research funding
Foundation for Endangered Languages Funding and public awareness
Native Languages in America Endangered Language Revitalization