Media Coverage of the
Research on T̉̉aat̉̉aaqsapa
There has been substantial international media
coverage of Stonham's research on T̉̉aat̉aaqsapa. The following lists
various interviews, articles, and invited talks concerning this
research. Obviously, this is an ongoing process and will be updated as
- Spin 103.8 FM (Dublin), June 2,
- BBC Radio 5 Live. June 1, 2005.
- CBC Radio One, ‘As It
Happens’ with Mary Lou Finlay. May 31, 2005. (live)
- BBC Radio Wales, ‘the
Drive Time programme’, with Felicity Evans and Hugh Turnbull.
May 31, 2005. (live)
- BBC Radio Newcastle,
‘the Drive Time programme’, with John Harle. May
31, 2005. (live)
- CBC National Radio News in
syndication. Live interviews with: Calgary, Edmonton, Thunder
Bay, Sudbury, Quebec City, Montreal, Yellowknife, Whitehorse, Winnipeg.
May 27, 2005. (live)
- BBC Radio 4, Today programme, May
26, 2005. (live)
- CBC Radio Victoria, May 26, 2005
- CBC Radio Vancouver, May 26, 2005.
- BBC World Service Radio.
‘The World Today’, May 25, 2005. (prerecorded)
Herald, Bangalore, Achal Narayanan, ‘Dictionary
of hope,’ December
Sun, ‘Dictionary includes 15 different dialects
of Vancouver Island
native Indians,’ July 15, 2005.
Martin Wainwright, ‘A snootful of Nootka …
pithiest language gets
first dictionary.’ May 31, 2005.
Star, Peter Calamai ‘Ancient words get what they
never had: a
dictionary.’ May 29, 2005.
BBC News, UK
edition, ‘Book to safeguard rare
languages,’ May 29, 2005.
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tony Henderson, ‘5,000 year first for
May 28, 2005.
Glasgow, ‘Briefing: Nuuchahnulth,’ May 27, 2005.
World Edition, Stephanie Holmes, ‘Bid to save
May 26, 2005.
Herald, Ian Herbert, ‘Native American
Nuuchahnulth language gets
first dictionary.’ May 26, 2005.
Canada, Cathy Gulli, ‘Native group aims to save a language
other.’ May 26, 2005.
- ‘Stratal Segregation in
the Southern Wakashan Lexicon.’ Invited talk for the
on Wakashan Linguistics, University of British Columbia, August, 2004.
Implications of Double Reduplication: Evidence from Southern
Talk given to the Department of Linguistics, University of Leeds, July
- ‘Clisis on the edge:
Nuuchahnulth syntax and the nature of incorporation.’ Talk to
Department of Linguistics, University of Manchester, Dec. 15, 2002.
- ‘Nuuchahnulth Grammar
and the Nature of the Word.’ Talk to the Department of
Linguistics, University of Edinburgh, Jan. 15, 2002.
- ‘On the Nature of
Incorporation in Nootka.’ Talk to the Department of
English Language, University of Durham, Oct. 15, 2001.
- ‘A Lesson in
Linguistics.’ Talk given in the Faculty Research Seminar,
Faculty of Arts,
University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Nov. 6, 2000.
- ‘Ten-hunt and Five
Whales: What they never told you about incorporation.’ Talk
in the Postgraduate Program in Linguistics, Department of Modern
Intercultural Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Nov. 17,