Coming next: Creating Resources and in For San Francisco Del Mar Huave

Reflections on the complex process of curating fieldnotes and recordings (collected between 2004 and 2013) to convert them into a useful and usable "multi-purpose" archival collection in Oaxaca.

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Huave village with a tree in front
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Events

All are welcome to join our talks and seminars. More information can be found on events.

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Projects

Learn more about some of the projects our members undertake around the world.

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360 video shot of fieldwork done with Finnish reindeer specialists
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Resources

Find more resources about endangered Languages, Cultures and Ecosystems here.

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The Centre for Endangered Languages, Cultures and Ecosystems (CELCE, pronounced ‘selkie’) serves as an interdisciplinary hub based in the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies at the University of Leeds. We are dedicated to research into the dynamic interrelationships of languages, cultures, and environments around the world.

We host a number of events and talks throughout the year (recordings of which can be found on our YouTube channel), and work closely with communities around the world.