New First Nations and Endangered Languages Program FNEL website

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New First Nations and Endangered Languages Program FNEL website: http://fnel.arts.ubc.ca/

FNEL are grateful to the Musqueam Language and Culture Department and UBC Arts ISIT for their support and guidance during our redesign process, and they hope that you will enjoy the result as much as they have enjoyed building it. Thier renewed web platform is full of information about the program, including news features, resources, community partnerships, course offerings and faculty research initiatives.

This is an exciting year for the First Nations and Endangered Languages Program! Offering a range of new and innovative courses and strengthened academic partnerships with the First Nations and Indigenous Studies Program under the new Institute for Critical Indigenous Studies (CIS). The Institute is an interdisciplinary research unit for Indigenous critical theory and politics, arts research, and applied social practice within the humanities and social sciences at UBC.

Stay tuned for more news and events from FNEL and CIS. To receive news about their program and announcements of events, please subscribe to thier mailing list by sending an email to fnel.arts@ubc.ca with “FNEL-UBC mailing list” in the subject line.

FNEL would love to hear from you if you have thoughts or comments about their website, and FNEL will be grateful if you could help spread the news about the Program and the courses through your networks on social media.

With all good wishes,
The Faculty and Staff at the First Nations and Endangered Languages Program

Site URL: http://fnel.arts.ubc.ca/

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