Preserving intangible heritage: IPCH co-funds Yale teaching program for Native American languages

October 20, 2015

The Yale Daily News reports: As part of an initiative to promote the study of Native American languages, Yale began offering Choctaw language instruction this fall. The sessions, which are open to all students, are the product of a partnership between the Native American Language Project, the Center for Language Study and the Native American Cultural Center. Funding for the program was provided by a four-year grant from Yale’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage.

To learn more about the Choctaw nation, click here.