Acknowledgements / Dędwadęnǫhǫnyǫ:ˀ

We wish to acknowledge and thank the following volunteers for the Cayuga Language Maintenance (Cayuga: Our Oral Legacy) project.

2016-17

Gayęniyohstaˀ

Ǫgwehǫ:weh Language Diploma student

2011-12

Lindsay (Brook) Johnson

Ǫgwehǫ:weh Language Diploma student

2011-14

Ghassan Al-Noubani

Computer programmer living in Jordan, who set up our website on the MochaHost server the first time

2017

William Winnie

Computer programmer, who has been instrumental in restoring our website (after it was deleted by hackers in 2017).

 

We gratefully acknowledge / deyetinǫhǫnyǫ:ˀ the following organizations for their cash, in-kind, and intellectual contributions to the Cayuga Language Maintenance (Cayuga: Our Oral Legacy COOL) project:

SSHRC SSHRC logo
Woodland Cultural Centre  Woodland Cultural Centre logo
Memorial University  Memorial University logo
Six Nations Language Commission  Six Nations Language Commission logo 
Six Nations Polytechnic  Six Nations Polytechnic logo
 CBC Legends  CBC logo
Gai Hon Nya: Ni' Gai Hon Nya: Ni' logo
Grand River Employment and Training  GREAT logo
Niagara Peninsula Area Aboriginal Management Board  NPAAMB logo
Thru The Red Door Studios  
Stoneridge Daycare   

Great Lakes Research Alliance for the Study of Aboriginal Arts and Cultures

 

 

 

Co-Principal Investigators for Cayuga Language Maintenance (Cayuga: Our Oral Legacy)

  • Amos Key, Director, Language Program, Woodland Cultural Centre
  • Carrie Dyck, Associate Professor, Memorial University

 

Participants in the Cayuga Language Maintenance (Cayuga: Our Oral Legacy) project

2010-11

Children in Godiwęnaęˀ Cayuga Language daycare

Children

2010-11

BeeBee Thomas, Ewaihę:ˀ Powless, Lori Powless

Teacher-trainees, Godiwęnaęˀ Cayuga Language daycare

2010-11

Janie Johnson

Teacher, Godiwęnaęˀ Cayuga Language daycare

2010-11, 2014-15

Arnold Greene, Barb Garlow, Ben Hill, Cleveland General, Kaniehtenhawi Deer, Karen General, Lainie Longboat, Mazel Martin, Niki Skye, Sharon Williams, Toni Johnson

Cayuga Language Immersion students

2010-15

Attendees, Outreach Program

Attendees, Outreach Program

2010-15

Tom Deer

Cayuga Language Professional Consultant

2010-16

Angie Monture, Deb Lickers

Administrative support staff, Woodland Cultural Centre

2010-16

Tracy Deer, Joanne Longboat, Ely Longboat, Kehte Deer, Renee Bomberry

Cayuga Language Researchers, Teachers, and Professional Consultants

2010-16

Lana Williams, Laurel-Anne Hasler, Sarah Knee

Coordinators, Memorial University

2010-16

Awęhi:yo: (Trish) Thomas, Joslyn Jamieson, Meagan Barnhart, Richard Montour

Students, Woodland Cultural Centre

2010-17

Alfred Keye

Cayuga Language Elder in Residence, Professional Consultant, Translator

2010-17

Behak Rueentan, Chen Zhang, Ilia Nicoll, Kelly Brewer-Balsh, Lana Williams, Prajwala Dixit, Roshni Caputo-Nimbark, Ranjeet Kumar, Sarah Knee, Stephanie Pile, Wagdi Alwaragfeh

Graduate students, Memorial University

2011-12

Menik Senanayake

Graduate Student, Glendon College

2011-15

Ariel Harris, Art Johnson, Betty Henry, Elva Jamieson, Germaine Myke, Ima Johnson, Jim Styres, Joyce Johnson, Nora Carrier, Lottie Keye, Mary Smoke, Maybelle Jewell, Rose Skye, Ruby Williams

Cayuga Language Elders, Professional Consultants

2011-16

Christine Jacobs, Michelle Thomas, Quinlyn Staats

Coordinators, Woodland Cultural Centre

2011-16

David Jensen, Erin Collins, Sarah Dunbar, Sarah Martin

Undergraduate students, Memorial University

2015-17

Lottie Keye

Cayuga Language Elder, Professional Consultant, Translator

 

 

Cayuga Language Maintenance (Cayuga: Our Oral Legacy, or COOL) was a research project funded by a SSHRC Community-University Research Alliance grant (# 833-2009-1001). The project took place from January 2010 to January 2017. 

Acknowledgements

After our website was deleted by hackers in 2017, we took the occasion to create this new website, whose purpose is to gather the content of the Gayogo̲ho:nǫˀ (Cayuga) language resources produced by the COOL project. We also plan to add resources for Cayuga language revitalization, as they become available.

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