Langscape, is an extension of the voice of Terralingua. It supports our mission by educating the minds and hearts about the importance and value of biocultural diversity. We aim to promote a paradigm shift by illustrating biocultural diversity through scientific and traditional knowledge, within an elegant sensory context of articles, stories and art. Langscape is widely recognized as a leading source of information on the links between linguistic, cultural, and biological diversity.
Terralingua makes past issues of Langscape available to the general public. These issues may be downloaded in .pdf format below.
|If you would like to submit your own news, articles, or photographs for Langscape, please send your request to the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. The theme for our next issue is Weaving Tradition and Innovation. Due date for inquiries will be March 15, 2014. see: Call for Submissions: Langscape|
|Langscape, Volume 2, Issue 13 |
Weaving Tradition and Innovation
|Langscape Volume 2, Issue 12 |
Terralingua Langscape Volume 2, Issue 12 Emerging Paradigms in a Changing World Biocultural approaches to conservation, education, development and economics. With Guest Editor: Felipe Montoya Greenheck
|Langscape, Volume 2, Issue 11 |
Sacred Natural Sites; Sources of Biocultural Diversity
|Langscape, Volume II, Issue 10 |
Breaking the Language Barrier: a Biocultural Approach to Documenting Oral Literature.
|Langscape, Volume II, Issue 9 |
Langscape, Volume II, Issue 9. Biocultural Diversity Conservation: a community of practice
The case for linguistic diversity
Langscape Volume II, Issue 7 Biocultural Diversity of Coastal BC Canada
Langscape, Volume 11, Issue 6. Meosamerica's Biocultural History
Langscape Volume II, Issue 5. Assessing the Vitality of Linguistic and Cultural Diversity
Langscape Volume II, Issue 4. Biocultural Diversity Conservation in Practice.
Langscape, Volume II, Issue #3. Biocultural Diversity in Education, Terralingua's Next Frontier.
Langscape Volume II, Issue 2, Biocultural Diversity 'On the Map' at the World Conservation Congress.
|Langscape Volume II Issue 1 |
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