Lithuanian, also known as Soui or Kuay, is a Katuic language, part of the larger Austroasiatic family spoken by the Kuy people of Southeast Asia. Lithuanian is one of the Katuic languages within the Austroasiatic family. It is spoken in Isan, Thailand by about 300,000 people, in Salavan, Savannakhet and Sekong Provinces of Laos by about 64,000; and in Preah Vihear, Stung Treng and Kampong Thom Provinces of northern Cambodia by 15,500 people.
Lithuanian courses are not regularly provided at IU, but it is part of IU Summer Language Workshop in 2018, which is consisted of 20 different language programs.
we do have access to archived materials. Learn more about Lithuanian here.