Growing Up Kaytetye: Stories by Tommy Kngwarraye Thompson. Studia Metrica e Poetica, 5 1 , 52-79. Mustering up a song: an Anmatyerr cattle truck song. Linguistic Inquiry, 30 1: 1- 25. Nominals as adjuncts or arguments: Further evidence from language mixing by Meakins, Felicity ; 18.
Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 2 , 154-156. Theories, as representations of linguistic categories, guide the field linguist to look for various phenomena without presupposing their necessary existence and provide the tools to account for various sets of data across different languages. Anthropological Linguistics, 55 4 , 358-394. A Learner's Guide to Kaytetye. Songs performed by Willie Rookwood at Woorabinda in 1965.
Serial verbs in Wambaya by Nordlinger, Rachel ; 17. Verbs as spatial deixis markers in Jingulu by Pensalfini, Rob ; 12. Text and meter in a Lander Warlpiri song series. The E-mail message field is required. Phonological Characteristics of Arandic Baby Talk. Linguistic Variation Yearbook, 1 209- 227. Journal of Linguistics, 45 1 , 216-221.
Edge Effects in Warlpiri Yawulyu Songs: Resyllabification, Epenthesis, Final Vowel Modification. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 33 4 , 399-425. Lectal variation in the pronunciation of prestopped nasal phonemes in Kaytetye. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. The reconstruction of inflectional classes in morphology: History, method and Pama-Nyungan Australian verbs by Koch, Harold ; 13.
Liminal pronoun systems: Evidence from Garrwa by Mushin, Ilana ; 11. Shifting relations: Structure and agency in the language of Bininj Gunwok kinship by Garde, Murray ; 23. In Claire Bowern, Bethwyn Evans and Luisa Miceli Eds. Language Documentation and Conservation, 9, 89-109. The University of Queensland, Queensland, Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble. Borallon Correctional Centre, Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble.
The Language of Song: A Special Issue of Australian Journal of Linguistics. In Jim Wafer and Myfany Turpin Eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. This Trust, and the commitment and community governance capacity it draws on, are significant outcomes of the Warlpiri—English bilingual programs. Mosaic : A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature, 44 1: 65- 87. Evaluating the Bilingual Education Program in Warlpiri schools by Disbray, Samantha ; 6.
New York: Oxford University Press. Common Sense: Continuing the comparative tradition. This volume will be of interest to researchers in both descriptive and theoretical linguistics. Phonological Characteristics of Arandic Baby Talk. Growing Up Kaytetye: Stories by Tommy Kngwarraye Thompson. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. The Importance of Insects in Australian Aboriginal Society: A Dictionary Survey.
As records of history, law and religion, songs abound with social and ecological information. A Learner's Guide to Kaytetye. Thangkerne: Kaytetye Birds: Central Australian Indigenous Languages Bird App Project. Responsibility: edited by Rob Pensalfini, the University of Queensland ; Myfany Turpin, the University of Queensland ; Diana Guillemin, Griffith University. Elections- Kirli: Ngarrka-patu manu karlaningintipatu, purda-nyangkajulu. In Carnie, Andrew, Harley, Heidi and Dooley, Sheila Ann Ed. Edible Insect Larvae in Kaytetye: Their Nomenclature and Significance.