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Kaurna Linguistics Courses at The University of Adelaide
LING 2039 'Reclaiming Languages: a Kaurna Case Study'

A tertiary upper-level Linguistic course

WHEN: Kaurna Summer School, 5 to 16 January 2015, 9:30am-12:30pm, 2:00-4:00pm
WHERE:
North Terrace Campus, University of Adelaide

KAURNA LANGUAGE SUMMER SCHOOL 2015 Brochure (pdf, 583 KB)

 

Another course of interest to Aboriginal Language Learners:
LING 2014 AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES

This course provides an introduction to Australia's Indigenous Languages (including Aboriginal English varieties, Koines and Creoles), with a particular focus on the Indigenous Languages of South Australia.  The course will explore structural language features and will emphasise attempts to maintain and revive Australia's unique linguistic heritage and the tools need for language work.

WHEN: to be announced
WHERE:
North Terrace Campus, University of Adelaide
ACCESS: Upper-level undergraduate course.

LING 2014 AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES (pdf, 218kb)

 

ENROLMENT INFORMATION:

Dr Rob Amery
LINGUISTICS, SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES
in association with KAURNA WARRA PINTYANTHI
Room 910, LEVEL 9 NAPIER BUILDING
THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE SA 5005
TELEPHONE +61 8 8313 3924
FACSIMILE +61 8 8313 5241
EMAIL: <rob.amery@adelaide.edu.au>
INTERNET:  <www.adelaide.edu.au/kwp>, <http://arts.adelaide.edu.au/linguistics/>