Transforming the science of language: how languages vary, how we learn them, how we process them and how they evolve.
Why is language so diverse?
How are languages learned?
How is language processed?
How do languages evolve?
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Tuesday 11 December 2018
Meet the remote Indigenous community where a few thousand people use 15 different languages
Shape, University of Melbourne
Friday 7 December 2018
Seminar: Clause chains and switch-reference in Nungon, and beyond, Hannah Sarvasy, 14 Dec
Australian National University, Learning
Monday 3 December 2018
Public Lecture: The Genius of Australian Indigenous languages, and why they are important for all of us, 6 Feb
Rachel Nordlinger, Shape, Western Sydney University
Tuesday 27 November 2018
Patji-Dawes Award - nominations now open!
Meet Rodney Adams, a Koori deaf researcher taking in Summer School
13 Dec 2018
RT @ArtsUnimelb: Grammar is back in the classroom. ✏️
@unimelb Experts John Hajek and Jean Mulder share why.
@CoEDLang @indiglang @EduMel…
RT @ANUasiapacific: Wonderful to be announcing @ourANU's $11.6 million investment in Asian and Pacific languages today, as well as the expa…
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