Having visited more than one hundred countries, Miroslav Černý belongs among the most travelled people in the Czech Republic. For about twenty years he has been documenting lifeways of indigenous people from across the world and mapping the vitality of their languages and cultures.
2013 – Linguistic landscape in Sri Lanka
2015 – Documenting aboriginal languages in northern Australia
2016 – Mapping vitality of the Svan language (Georgia)
2017 – Mapping vitality of the Ifugao language (Philippines)
2018 – Mapping vitality of the Siekopai language (Ecuador)
2019 – Senegambia as a new language hotspot