Guest post: “An Alphabettist, but Not a Linguist”


I had no idea, when I started the Endangered Alphabets Project in 2009, that my greatest asset would be my ignorance, and that what would make this language-and-culture endeavour something new and unusual was that I had absolutely no training or expertise as either an anthropologist or a linguist. Continue reading


Where do you ‘fit?’


Another day, another wavering between what it is I want to do when I finish my doctorate. Okay, I’ve got over a year and a half before I finish, but there are days when these thoughts seem to encroach more than others… Continue reading