Ep 6: Madoka Hammine on Insider Research in the Ryukyus

This week’s episode is with insider researcher Madoka Hammine, who is a PhD student at University of Lapland in Finland. Madoka works on her heritage language, Yaeyama (Ryukyuan), as both a linguist and a language activist. Her PhD project is entitled: “embracing multilingualism in education”, based on her fieldwork in both in Finland and Miyara village (Ishigaki, Japan). 

Madoka in the field in Miyara village, Ishigaki (Japan). Photo by Akiko Mizuno

Things mentioned in this episode: 

Madoka & her grandma in Ishigaki, Japan

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