The SSILA established the *Ken Hale Prize* to recognize outstanding work and commitment to the documentation and preservation of indigenous languages. See Newsletter XXI:1(April 2002),1-2.
Linguistics Society of America Kenneth L. Hale Book Award. First presented in 2002, the award recognizes outstanding linguistic scholarship that documents a particular endangered or no longer spoken language or language family. Linguistic Society of America Bulletin No. 174, December 2001. See also SSILA Newsletter XXI:2 (July 2002),3-4.
Language 79.2(June 2003),411-422. Kenneth Locke Hale, by Samuel Jay Keyser.
(March 2003), pages 222-225, 'Kenneth L. Hale (1934-2001)' by Aram
Yengoyan * AA Abstract: A profile of Kenneth L. Hale, who
away Oct. 8, 2001, is presented. A master of verbal skills with an
ability to learn multiple new languages, Hale also possessed uncanny
into the deepest structural significances of these languages. He was a
linguist with a mission.
Native Language Network, Winter/Spring 2002, page 7, Kenneth L. Hale (1934-2001). Newsletter of The Indigenous Language Institute
Aboriginal History (ISSN 0314-8769) 25(2001), pages 265-275, 'Obituary Kenneth Locke Hale (1934-2001)', by Mary Laughren
Wani: Revista del Caribe Nicaragüense número 27 (Julio-Diciembre 2001) * a publication of CIDCA (Centro de Documentación de la Costa Atlántica) * article not available online
Anthropology News 43.4(April 2002),33, by John B. Haviland * mention in Anthropology News 43.1(January 2002),31
GLOT International, Vol. 5 No. 9/10, November/December 2001, pages 339-340, by David Nash
SSILA Newsletter (January 2002) XX:4,5-6, by Jane H. Hill
OGMIOS Newsletter of Foundation for Endangered Languages 2.6 (#18) (Winter 2001-2002), page 24; see also cover feature of 2.5 (#17) (Autumn 2001).
An Teanga Bheo / Irish Times, 21 November 2001, 'An Peann Coitianta: Tionscnamh teangacha', by Liam î Muirthile
Australian Aboriginal Studies 2001/2,84-86, 'Kenneth Locke Hale. Linguist, language rights activist, specialist on indigenous languages especially Native American and Australian. 1934-2001', by David Nash
Australian 'Time and Tide', 4 December 2001, page 12, 'American's work spoke to Warlpiri', by David Nash
Mention in Alistair Cooke's 'Letter From America', Monday, 3 December 2001; BBC and rebroadcast worldwide from 2 December 2001
November 2001 'The master of more than 50 languages, he fought to
vanishing native traditions', by SJ Keyser
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Resist Newsletter (ISSN 0897-2613), 10.9(November 2001),2 [preprint], 'Resist Remembers Founder Ken Hale', by Wayne O'Neil
Australian Linguistic Society Newsletter [ALS members access] [general access], 4/2001, by Mary Laughren
Toronto Star, 4
November 2001, 'Farewell to a man of many tongues', by Jay Ingram
Boston Herald, 2 November 2001, 'Obituary; Kenneth Hale, 67, MIT linguistics professor'
Economist, vol.361 issue: 8246 1
November 2001, p.89 ~ p.105, 'Kenneth Hale, a master of languages',
Cape Cod Times, 25 October 2001, from Los Angeles Times, augmented by CCT writer Sean Gonsalves >> text
Los Angeles Times, 24 October 2001, 'Kenneth Hale, 67; Legendary Linguist', by Elaine Woo * reprinted as 'Linguist Kenneth Hale, 67; Knew 50 Tongues', The Washington Post, 28 October 2001
New York Times, 19 October 2001, page C13, 'Kenneth L. Hale, 67, Preserver of Nearly Extinct Languages. A natural linguist who strove to keep unwritten speech from disappearing', by Wolfgang Saxon * reprinted in: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 21 October 2001; The Globe and Mail, 29 October 2001
Boston Globe, 12 October 2001
The Tech, vol.121 no.50, 12 October 2001
MIT News Office
Wani: Revista del Caribe Nicaragüense número 38 (Julio-Sept. 2004) * a publication of CIDCA (Centro de Documentación de la Costa Atlántica) * 'Homenaje a Keneth Hale' * includes 'Sumos, mayagnas, tuahka, panamahka, ulwa? Lengua e identidad étnica' by Keneth Hale y Elena Benedicto, pp.6-24 * 'El grupo "Lingüistas por Nicarangua" Entrevista al Dr. Keneth Hale' Alvaro Rivas Gómez, pp.25-33.Making dictionaries. Preserving Indigenous languages of the Americas. Edited by William Frawley, Kenneth Hill, and Pamela Munro. University of California Press, 2002. Reviewed by Frances Karttunen, International Journal of Lexicography 17.1(2004),91-92. "Dedicated to the memory of Ken Hale, a linguist universally esteemed by his colleagues"
Introduction to John Henderson & David Nash, eds. 2002. Language in Native Title. Canberra: AIATSIS Native Title Research Unit, Aboriginal Studies Press.Bert Vaux & Justin Cooper. Linguistic field methods. 2005 Draft. "We would like to dedicate this book to the memory of Ken Hale, an inspiring theoretical and field linguist, and (unknown to many) a great armenologist and abkhazologist." (p.4)
Richard K. Larsen. Grammar as science. 2010. MIT Press. Dedication and portrait (Photo by Sabine Iatridou). (p.[v])
Nonconfigurationality: special session in memory of Ken Hale (chair: N. Richards). Friday November 8, 2002, NELS 33, 2002
John R. Ross, Daniel L. Everett, Eloise Jelinek and
Heidi Harley, Ella Perkins, MaryAnn Willie, Colette Grinevald, Peter
Recollections of Kenneth L. Hale (1934 2001). Linguistic
Typology 6-2 (2002) https://www.academia.edu/4810950/Remembering_Kenneth_L._Hale_1934-2001_
To/From the Editors / R.M.W. Dixon. Correction of error Linguistic Typology 8-1 (2004),145-7.
Editorial Notes. 'Hale, Wurm, and Mezzofanti', SSILA Newsletter XX:4,2-4, by Victor Golla.
A short memorial was held at the SSILA Business Meeting SSILA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, 4 January 2002.
Boston University Linguistics program from 2002 established the Ken Hale Linguistics Award. See the list of recipients.
First international meeting of the Brazilian Working Group on Indigenous Languages (GTLI), Federal University of Pará, 12 October 2001. "Attendees were especially saddened by the news of the death of Ken Hale, who had been invited to deliver a keynote address."SSILA Newsletter XXI:3(October 2002),10-11, and Bulletin No. 174; see also Ogmios Newsletter 2.6 (#18) : Winter — 31 January 2002.
La comisión organizadora ha decidido dedicar el I Encuentro de Gramática Generativa a la memoria de Ken Hale, 22 al 24 de noviembre de 2001, Mendoza [full programme]
Abdelkader Fassi-Fehri "dedicated to the memory of Ken Hale" his MIT LING-LUNCH talk on Thursday, September 25, 2003
VII Encuentro Internacional de Linguistica en el Noroeste: in memoriam Kenneth L. Hale (Universidad de Sonora, Hermosillo, 13-15 November, 2002)
Resist established a special Ken Hale Tribute Grant for support of Native American groups that request Resist funding.
Poem by Haj Ross
A memorial service was held at the Wong Auditorium of the Tang Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, at 2:00pm on Thursday, November 1, 2001. MIT's Academic Media Production Services made a video recording.
SSILA Bulletin Number 148: October 10, 2001