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2021 FEL Grant recipients

This year 7 grants were awarded for a total of US$6,600.

Grantee Country Language supported Grant (US$) Project title
FEL grants 2021
Rebecca J. Moore and Jarrette K. AllenUnited StatesBantayanon (bfx), Cebu Province, Philippines 900Development of online collaborative dictionary software for Bantayanon
Gladys Camacho-RiosBoliviaQuechua-Aymara bilingual varieties, North of Potosi, Bolivia 880Documentation and preservation of vanishing Quechua varieties spoken by elderly Quechua-Aymara bilinguals in the North of Potosí, Bolivia
Madina SaidshoevaTajikistanShughni language, Gorno-Badakhshan Region of Tajikistan 1000Shughni Language Audio and Video Library of Stories: “Tales of the Pamirs”
Akpobome Diffre-OdieteNigeriaUvwie language, Nigeria 996Documenting Uvwie and Developing a Comparative Reader of Cultural Unity for Okpe, Urhobo and Uvwie Speakers of Nigeria
Alejandro Machuqui DomínguezBoliviaEse Ejja language, Bolivia 850Development of a Digital Dictionary for Ese Ejja, an Endangered Amazonian Language of Northern Bolivia
Panchanan MohantyIndiaGorum, also known as Parenga or Parengi, Nandapur area in the Koraput district of the Odisha state, India 1000Revitalization of Gorum, a moribund Munda language
Yarjis Xueqing ZhongAustraliaWestern Yugur in north-western China (Sunan Yugur Autonomous County, Gansu Province) 973Development of an online ethnographic trilingual dictionary: Western Yugur-Chinese-English
See all previous grant recipients 2007-2020

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