u̱t‑Maꞌin oral histories and narratives

Becky received a grant to facilitate the collection of oral story data. The terms of the grant require her to record and archive oral histories of U̠t-Ma’in speakers. My role in this project was to work with U̠t-Ma’in speakers (who actually did the recordings themselves) and present these to the Becky in way that she could arrange the files for archiving. In my role I got to visit around 40 different places in 7 different dialects. All from the back of a motorbike.

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Hugh Paterson III
Hugh Paterson III
Collaborative Scholar

I specialize in bespoke research at the intersection of Linguistics, Law, Languages, and Technology; specifically utility and life-cycle management for information products in these spaces.

Rebecca Paterson
Rebecca Paterson
Postdoctoral Researcher

My research interests include field linguistics, grammatical description, and translation.

Ibrahim Tume Ushe
Ibrahim Tume Ushe
Master Story Teller

Speaker of the Jurr dialect of u̱t‑Maꞌin. I was there when u̱t‑Maꞌin was coined.