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Dr. Christine P. Sims

Dr. Christine P. Sims is an Assistant Professor in the University of New Mexico College of Education, Department of Language, Literacy and Sociocultural Studies and UNM Department of Linguistics, Albuquerque, NM.

Sample articles about Dr. Christine P. Sims:

2003. Sims Testifies before U.S. Senate COmmittee on Need for SW Native American Language Revitalization. Public Affairs Department Staff, U. of New Mexico.

Sample items authored by Dr. Christine P. Sims:

2007. Native language maintenance among Pueblo Indian youth: issues in tribal language intiatives. Paper presented in a session entitled “Critical intersections and dangerous issues: Considering indigenous youth in language shift and language maintenance." at the 105th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (San Jose, California, 15-19 November)

2005. Tribal Languages and the Challenges of Revitalization. Anthropology and Education Quarterly 36(1):104-106.

2002. 2002. Policy Statement on Indigenous Languages in the United States Paper presented at the 2nd National Heritage Language Conference “Building on our National Resources” Washington, D.C., October 18-20.

1998. Community-Based Efforts to Preserve Native Languages: A Descriptive Study of the Karuk Tribe of Northern California. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 132:95-113.