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Organization name: salish kootenai college

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AD-50032-11Education Programs: Humanities Initiatives at Tribal Colleges and UniversitiesSalish Kootenai CollegeTribal Historic Preservation and the Humanities1/1/2011 - 12/31/2013$100,000.00JeffreyCapBendremer   Salish Kootenai CollegePabloMT59855USA2010AnthropologyHumanities Initiatives at Tribal Colleges and UniversitiesEducation Programs10000001000000

A three-year project to create an interdisciplinary bachelor's degree program in Tribal Historic Preservation.

Salish Kootenai College proposes to expand the current humanities and liberal arts programs to create a Bachelor’s Degree program in Tribal Historic Preservation based in the Liberal Arts Department. This program would prepare students for employment in historic preservation, cultural resource management and cultural departments. An integrated, multidisciplinary course of study featuring diverse humanities content is the key component of the prospective Tribal Historic Preservation program of study and will include instruction in anthropology, English, history, Native American studies including numerous offerings in Native American arts, crafts, oral tradition, language, traditional technologies and visual arts. The planning process for THP program will provide the opportunity to improve instruction at SKC by coordinating the diverse multidisciplinary curricula across the humanities to emphasize the importance of Native American heritage, stewardship and historic preservation.

ED-22133-01Education Programs: Education Development and DemonstrationSalish Kootenai CollegeSalish Culture Leadership Project9/1/2001 - 8/31/2002$24,590.00GeraldD.Slater   Salish Kootenai CollegePabloMT59855USA2001Native American StudiesEducation Development and DemonstrationEducation Programs245900245900

A four-quarter Salish Cultural Leadership training program to educate twelve new cultural leaders in Salish language, culture, and customs.

FB-35996-99Research Programs: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsGeorge R. PriceThe Easton Family Saga: Three Centuries of American History through the Experiences of an Interracial Activist Family1/1/1999 - 8/31/1999$30,000.00GeorgeR.Price   Salish Kootenai CollegePabloMT59855USA1999U.S. HistoryFellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsResearch Programs300000240000

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FN-50087-11Research Programs: Dynamic Language Infrastructure-Documenting Endangered Languages - FellowshipsJoshua William BrownDocumenting the Salish Language7/1/2012 - 6/30/2013$50,400.00JoshuaWilliamBrown   Salish Kootenai CollegePabloMT59855USA2011LinguisticsDynamic Language Infrastructure-Documenting Endangered Languages - FellowshipsResearch Programs504000504000

The Salish language has fewer than thirty fluent speakers still living, and most of these are over 70. To address the endangered state of the language, which faces complete eradication, this project has three main components: 1) archival review and transcription, 2) the elicitation of new audio and video recordings through interviewing fluent speakers, and 3) the indexing of both archival and newly created materials. In the review of existing audio/video recordings, material will be selected to represent different types of language use including conversations, storytelling in the first person, and interaction between an instructor and students. An interlinear analysis of the transcriptions will be conducted following standard protocols and separation of morphemes. New recordings will be archived in multiple copies at different locations including the Endangered Language Archive. (Edited by staff)