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Multilingualism and Indigenous-Language Education: Innovative Practices and Emerging Language Forms
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Organizers: Teresa L. McCarty, Carmel O’Shannessy, and Tiffany S. Lee

List of presenters and titles of presentations:

Presenters: Kalina Newmark (Dartmouth), Nacole Walker (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe), and James Stanford (Dartmouth)
Title: Indigenous Ethnic Identity and English Features of Native American and Canadian First Nations Communities
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Presenter: Denise Angelo (Australian National University)
Title: Recognizing, Respecting and Responding. The New 3Rs for a Language Ecology Approach to Schooling in Shifting Langscapes
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Presenter: Wesley Y. Leonard (University of California, Riverside)
Title: Multilingualism as an Outcome of Reclamation: New, Ordinary Uses of myaamia
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Presenter: Rosalva Lagunas (Arizona State University)
Title: Nahuatl in Coatepec: Language Ideologies, Practices, and Management
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Presenters: Onowa McIvor (University of Victoria) and Community Researcher (TBA)
Title: NEȾOLṈEW̱, “One Mind, One People”: Studying Adult Indigenous Language Learners in Mentor-Apprentice Language Learning Programs in Canada
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