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Why is language so diverse?
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Friday 1 February 2019
Video interview: Meet Professor Rachel Nordlinger
Rachel Nordlinger, Shape, University of Melbourne
Wednesday 30 January 2019
Preserving the Kunwinjku language of West Arnhem Land
Thursday 24 January 2019
Fishing up a huge surprise: tracing ancient sawfish with Indigenous knowledge
Felicity Meakins, Shape
Tuesday 22 January 2019
The state of Australiaâ€™s Indigenous languages â€“ and how we can help people speak them more often
Jane Simpson, Shape
Wednesday 16 January 2019
Seminar: Interactional foundations of language - The Interaction Engine hypothesis. 25 February
Australian National University, Evolution
20 Feb 2019
RT @UQ_EAIT: 4 PhD opportunities with UQ's Indigenous Language Technologies project are available. Got skills in social robotics? Interactiâ€¦
RT @JohnHMcWhorter: This week, sweating the little things! All about diminutives, where they come from and how they become much of what makâ€¦
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