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|Chernobyl, 25 years later: WWU's Ed Vajda, who covered the event for CBS, to discuss April 26||2011-04-22|
|WWU's Edward Vajda to discuss Russian fairy tales Feb. 1||2011-01-28|
|Local lectures, dances, artist market scheduled for Native American Heritage Month||
Sealaska Heritage Institute will sponsor a noon lecture series, dance performances, and a Native art market to celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November.
|Words for 'canoe' point to long-lost family ties||
An obscure language in Siberia has similarities to languages in North America, which might reshape history, writes Randy Boswell.
A new book by leading linguists has bolstered a controversial theory that the language of Canada's Dene Nation is rooted in an ancient Asian tongue spoken…
|Recent Language Study Shows Bering Strait Connection||
A new book is presenting more evidence that a Bering Strait land bridge once connected North America with Asia.
The book includes an article by Western Washington University linguistics professor Edward Vajda on his work with the isolated Ket people of Central Siberia.
|New book claims link between Asian dialects and some Canadian native languages||
A new book by a leading group of linguists has bolstered a controversial theory that the language of Canada's Dene Nation — along with those of the Navaho and Apache in the U.S., and numerous other "Athapaskan" dialects — is rooted in an ancient and highly endangered Asian tongue…
|Research looks at Bering Strait land bridge||
Research illuminating an ancient language connection between Asia and North America supports archaeological and genetic evidence that a Bering Strait land bridge once connected North America with Asia, and the discovery is being endorsed by a growing list of scholars in the field of linguistics…
|New book chronicles Asia, North America language link||
A team of researchers, including several at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, have found what looks to be the first well-supported demonstration of an ancient language connection between people in remote Asia and North America.
|WWU professor's new book links languages of Siberians and Native Americans||2010-06-28|
|Mongolia Program at WWU growing with help of grant funds, teacher exchange program||2010-04-01|