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Atlas of Endangered Alphabets
Of the world’s 6000-7000 languages
half will be extinct by the end of this century
A third of the world’s alphabets are endangered
Our mission is to play an active role in preserving endangered cultures by using their writing systems to create artwork and educational materials.
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It was ten years ago this week….
Ten years ago this week I started carving what would become the first Endangered Alphabets exhibition. I had no idea how
An astonishing thing is happening
Since the launch of our Atlas of Endangered Alphabets in February, an amazing thing has been happening: people have been
Here it is: the Atlas of Endangered Alphabets!
As promised, on February 21st (International Mother Language Day) 2019 (UN Year of Indigenous Languages) we are officially
NEW ATLAS OF ENDANGERED ALPHABETS FEATURES PIONEERING WORK BY INDIAN LINGUIST
For immediate release: The creator of the newly-launched Atlas of Endangered Alphabets praised Indian linguists, and in