Lenore Grenoble Lenore A. Grenoble (Ph.D. 1986, University of California, Berkeley) <email@example.com> is Professor of Russian and Linguistics & Cognitive Science at Dartmouth College and currently serves on the Advisory panel, Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Documentation Programme, London University School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and the Lisbet Rausing Charitable Fund. Major publications include several books: Saving Languages (2006, with Lindsay J. Whaley); Language Policy in the Former Soviet Union (2003); Evenki (1999, with Nadezhda Ja. Bulatova); Deixis and Information Packaging (1998) and several edited volumes: Language Documentation. Theory and Practice (forthcoming, with N. Louanna Furbee); Endangered Languages: Current Issues and Future Prospects (1998, with Lindsay J. Whaley); and Essays in the Art and Theory of Translation (1997, with John M. Kopper). Her current research focuses on discourse structure in Slavic and Tungusic languages, and issues of language contact, attrition and endangerment.