Below you can find information about and downloads from some of my individual research and community projects.
Henke, Ryan E., & Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker. 2016. A brief history of archiving in language documentation, with an annotated bibliography. Language Documentation & Conservation 10. 411–457. PDF
Henke, Ryan. 2016. Obviation as a target in assessing the acquisition of Saulteaux. College of Languages, Linguistics, & Literature 20th Annual Graduate Student Conference, Honolulu, HI. April 23.
Hoffmann, Dorothea, & Ryan Henke. 2015. Exploring applications of fieldwork data: A case study of MalakMalak complex predicates in discourse. 4th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation, Honolulu, HI. February 26–March 1.
Henke, Ryan, Andrea L. Berez, Gary Holton, Brad McDonnell, & Ruth Rouvier. 2015. The use of archives in endangered language preservation: The state of the art. Part of the Utilization of archives in endangered language research, revitalization, and documentation special session, sponsored by the Committee for Endangered Languages and their Preservation. Annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Portland, OR. January 8–11. PDF
Henke, Ryan. 2017. Introducing the worldwide list of Master-Apprentice programs. 5th International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation, Honolulu, HI. March 2–5. (The Directory is now online here.)
Henke, Ryan, Meagan Dailey, & Kavon Hooshiar. 2017. Questions, curiosities, and concerns: Frequently asked questions about data citation and attribution. Annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Austin, TX. January 5–7. PDF
Dailey, Meagan, & Ryan Henke. 2017. Data citation, attribution, and employability. Annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Austin, TX. January 5–7. PDF