Archived Material Archived 2005 and NOT maintained. Current Information | Open Help | Hide This archive is provided AS IS. It is not and will not be maintained. Use this material for historic purposes only. Do not assume that any links will work, but do assume that any opportunities presented are no longer available.

Report on prioritizing instruction in the LCTLs of the Middle East

Professor Michael Bonner (former director of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies at the University of Michigan) and Professor Kirk Belnap (director of the National Middle East Language Resource Center at Brigham Young University), are coordinating the prioritization of instruction in the languages of the Middle East.

Discussions of issues involved in prioritizing the languages of the region were held or are planned at:

Read Professor Bonner's preliminary report following the Tucson meeting.

Read a report prepared by the coordinators following the Santa Fe meeting

View a demographic table listing numbers of first-language speakers of the LCTLs of the Middle East (data derived from the web-version of Grimes, Barbara, ed. Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 14th edition, vol. 1 (2000).)

View data and other information about Middle East LCTL offerings at Title VI centers, U.S. Foreign Service Institute, U.S. Defense Language Institute, and other institutions in the U.S. from 2001-04.

Home Contact About