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University of Michigan -- Turkic Languages: Language Resources

The Department of Near Eastern Studies at the University of Michigan has set up an online resources page for Turkic languages.  If you are on the hunt for dictionaries, language fonts, cultural cites, etc., add this site to your top five language site. This website is an incredible source for language learning practice.



The Association of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers from Turkey website includes links to Turkish cultural societies, restaurants across the US (listed by state), language learning materials, radio, and news.




Intensive Language Programs

The American Association for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL) website has a page that describes intensive programs in Slavic and East European languages as well as in the languages of the Republics of the former Soviet Union. The listings include those programs offered in U.S. (and some Canadian) colleges and universities as well as in programs abroad. This is a free service provided by AATSEEL to such programs.

Each language has its own page, and programs are divided into the following categories: Summer Programs in the U.S., Summer Programs Abroad, and Semester/Year Programs Abroad. Information is added to this page as it is received, so check frequently for updates.

The website has a table which allows you to click on the language you are interested in, and it directs you to links to the program/school websites teaching the language.


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