Call for Workshop Proposals

Deadline for submission: July 31, 2023

Successful proposals announced on or before: September 1, 2023

The CoLang 2024 Local Organizing Committee (LOC) seeks proposals for new workshops, which will be offered in addition to the tentative list of workshops already listed. The theme of CoLang 2024 is Creating Partnerships, Honoring Neighbors, Building Capacity. It may be useful to visit the permanent home of CoLang at Here you can find detailed descriptions of past workshops. 

Who should apply?

The ideal applicants are those who:

Applicants must be available June 3-14, 2024.

Indigenous community language scholars are especially encouraged to submit a workshop proposal. 

About CoLang Workshops

Proposal Requirements

Proposals should be a maximum of 2 single-spaced pages, in size 11 or larger Times New Roman, and include:

CoLang workshop materials are archived and shared: please familiarize yourself with the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). All workshop materials will fall under this license, which means that they will be archived with CoLang and made available to Institute participants in perpetuity. However, we understand that workshop materials may include culturally sensitive or otherwise private information not suitable for archiving and sharing. Please make a note of this in your proposal. We are happy to work with you to determine the appropriate access. 

Proposals should be submitted as a PDF to with the subject line “CoLang 2024 Workshop Proposal”. Successful proposals will be selected by the CoLang 2024 LOC, and in consultation with the CoLang Advisory Circle and the American Indian Languages Development Institute.

For one facilitator per successful workshop proposal, CoLang 2024 will cover travel expenses, lodging, and weekday on-campus meals during the week of the workshop. Questions should be directed to