Linguistics at Indigenous Awareness Week

This past week was McGill’s 4th Annual Indigenous Awareness Week. The week’s activities culminated in a Pow Wow Friday in McGill’s lower field. The Mi’gmaq Research Partnership had a booth at the Pow Wow, which included information on language endangerment and language revitalization in Canada, as well as some fun facts about Mi’gmaq. The booth was organized by undergraduates Douglas Gordon, Jacob Leon, and Madeleine Mees.

Madeleine, Jacob, and Douglas

Madeleine, Jacob, and Douglas

Learn about clusivity and see if you can figure out what the morpheme wenji means here.

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