Saving Endangered Philippine Native Scripts in a Modern Digital World Through Typography, Technology and Standardization

TitleSaving Endangered Philippine Native Scripts in a Modern Digital World Through Typography, Technology and Standardization
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Authorsde los Santos, Norman
Secondary TitleProceedings of the International Workshop on Endangered Scripts of Island Southeast Asia
Accession NumberD28.1
Call NumberD28
Year of Publication2014
Date Published2014-03
Pages265-306
PublisherResearch Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Place PublishedTokyo, Japan
Publication LanguageEnglish
ISBN Number978-4-86337-158-3
KeywordsBaybayin, Language and Writing, Mangyan writing system, Surat Mangyan, syllababic scripts
Summary

The paper covers a brief history of the Philippine indigenous writing systems which include the Mangyan syllabic script, the efforts done to revive it and how technology and standardization can help it survive.

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42 pages ( 1 copy in original bound proceedings and 1 photocopy in vertical file)