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Dr Petter Naessan
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Indigenous Australian languages, TEK (Traditional Ecological Knowledge) documentation, linguistic vitality and language endangerment, language and culture, language ecology (ethnographic ecology)
The latest publication (April 2012) is a book co-authored with Antikirrinya elder Ingkama Bobby Brown: Irrititja - the past: Antikirrinya history from Ingomar Station and beyond. Southport, QLD: Keeaira Press.
Here is a list of some of my earlier publications:
- ‘Yankunytjatjara cultural transmission, ceremonial discontinuity and continuity’. Glen Pass & Denise Woods (eds), 2004. Alchemies – Community ExChanges. Undisciplined thoughts, vol. 4, pp. 339-355. Perth: Black Swan Press.
- ‘Review of Harry G. Frankfurt: On bullshit’. Philosophy Now, Issue 53, November-December 2005.
- 'Problems in the study of contact-induced extensive linguistic shift', International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 182 (Singles Issue), pp. 135-145, November 2006.
- Some tentative remarks on the sociolinguistic vitality of Yankunytjatjara in Coober Pedy, South Australia’, Australian Journal of Linguistics, Vol. 28, No 2, pp. 103-138, October 2008.
- ‘The etymology of Coober Pedy, South Australia’, Aboriginal History, Vol. 34 (December 2010), pp. 217-233.
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