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Creating and Annotating a Seke Language Corpus [skj]
Ross Perlin, Endangered Language Alliance, Inc.

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Seke Language Corpus (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: Seke Language Corpus
Author: Ross Perlin
Abstract: Seke is an endangered and little-documented Tibeto-Burman language of the Tamangic branch, spoken by approximately 700 people in Nepal and New York City. This is an annotated, multi-dialectal corpus of video and audio recordings including stories, oral histories, and a range of other narratives reflecting the lives and stories of Seke speakers.
Year: 2020
Primary URL:
Primary URL Description: Kratylos project containing full publication of FLEX database (1100 lexical entries, 23 fully analyzed texts, ~50,000 tokens, 8185 sentences)
Secondary URL:[]=languageSorter%3A%22%5Bskj%5D+Seke+%5BNepal%5D%22
Secondary URL Description: ELA repository containing 98 videos and 79 audio recordings, including metadata and some finalized annotations.
Access Model: Open Access