Alexa Little is the executive director of 7000 Languages, a non-profit that creates free language-learning software in partnership with Indigenous communities so they can teach, learn, and revive their endangered languages. A self-professed language geek, she has dabbled in Japanese, Hindi, Nepali, Spanish, Old English, and Old Norse. She has a B.A. in linguistics from Yale University.
Alexa Little has been a guest on 1 episode.
If Language is On Fire, Who Puts it Out? (with Alexa Little from 7000 Languages 👩🏼🚒)
September 30th, 2019 | 1 hr 4 mins
Kerstin talks to Alexa Little, a computational linguist who runs a non-profit building language apps for languages that REALLY need them