24 March 2021
TAP Project Manager Ben Foley discusses Transcription Acceleration with Elpis
24 March 2021
CI Janet Wiles discusses language technologies
17 November 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Morphology-Syntax Interactions In Australian Languages
Seminar by CoEDL CI Rachel Nordlinger - Morphology-Syntax Interactions In Australian Languages: a Multifaceted Approach
26 October 2020
Children's Language Learning and the Making of Human Lifeworlds
CI Alan Rumsey gives a zoom seminar as part of the SYNAPSE trans-disciplinary seminar series
16 October 2020
Revitalising languages that have lost their way
CI Nick Thieberger is interviewed as part of the SBS podcast about revitalising languages
8 October 2020
Linguistics in the Pub: Doing linguistic research with archival materials
6 October 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Common processes, less common outcome
Seminar by CoEDL AI Carmel O'Shannessy - Common Processes, Less Common Outcome: How Children’s Language Acquisition Processes Can Lead to The Emergence of a New Language
4 September 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Two to tangle
Seminar by CoEDL CI Felicity Meakins - Two to Tangle: a Population Genetics Approach to Language Contact and Birth
20 August 2020
Linguistics in the Pub: Engaging a broader audience with research in linguistics
17 August 2020
Aboriginal message sticks
What do they look like and how were they used? How was knowledge about them shaped by colonialism? And are they a form of writing? Dr Piers Kelly, CoEDL alum, explains in an interview with Ingrid Piller
28 July 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Linguistic Fieldwork
Panel session to discuss Linguistic fieldwork including CoEDL members Ruth Singer, Stephen Morey and Claire Bowern
21 July 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Whose here and whose there?
Seminar by CoEDL DIrector Nick Evans - Whose here and whose there? Double perspective nad the grammar of social cognition
16 July 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Australia's linguistic landscape
Panel session to discuss Australia's linguistic landscape including CoEDL members Jaky Troy, Felicity Meakins, Kate Burridge and John Hajek
14 July 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Gender
Seminar by CoEDL Partner Investigator Greville Corbett - Gender: New horizons
9 July 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Australia's First Nations Languages
Panel session to discuss Australia's First Nations languages including CoEDL members Rachel Nordlinger, Clint Bracknell, Ilana Mushin, ROb Mailhammer, Alice Gaby and Miai Ponsonnet
8 July 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: Language variation and change, Australia ao Vivo!
Panel session to discuss language variation and change in Australia including CoEDL members Catherine Tavis, Celeste Rodriguez and John Mansfield
24 June 2020
Linguistics in the Pub: Innovating and Adapting to Covid-19 restrictions: Aboriginal Community Language Programs
23 June 2020
Build your own Research Data Repository Experience from PARADISEC Webinar
CI Nick Thieberger talks about building your research data repository in PARADISEC
16 June 2020
Toksave culture podcast launch
PARADISEC launched the podcast series, Toksave: Culture Talks at Verge Gallery, the University of Sydney, on November 14th 2019
To listen to the podcast episodes go to the PARADISEC website
11 June 2020
Public Lecture - 100 years of Australian English: From Builders to Millennials - Catherine Travis
Public Lecture given by CoEDL Chief Investigator Catherine Travis held on 3 February at the State Library of Queensland as part of CoEDL's annual centre gathering
31 May 2020
Abralin ao Vivo recorded: An Introduction to Dynamic Linguistics
Seminar by CoEDL Postdoc Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia
28 May 2020
Panel discussion for Still in my mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality
As part of Reconciliation Week activities at SA Museum is the panel discussion for the 'Still in my mind' exhibition involving Brenda L Croft, Leah Leaman, Maurie Ryan Japarta, Lea Gardam, Jared Thomas (MC) and CoEDL CI Felicity Meakins.
24 May 2020
Linguistics in the Pub: fieldwork at a distance
5 March 2020
Transcription Acceleration with Ben Foley
Ben Foley is the Manager of the Centre's Transcription Acceleration Project (TAP) initiative. TAP brings cutting-edge machine learning technology within reach of people speaking and working with some of the world's oldest languages, by optimising workflows and supporting the development of new transcription tools.
21 February 2020
Meet Alan Rumsey
Alan Rumsey is a Chief Investigator at CoEDL and Emeritus Professor of Anthropology at The Australian National University. He has spent decades researching the cultures of Highland New Guinea and Aboriginal Australia, with a focus on speech genres and relations among language, culture and intersubjectivity. His current collaboration with CoEDL PhD scholar Lauren Reed is on a study of a sign language in the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea. See more...
20 February 2020
Podcast: Beyond words: In the field with indigenous languages
In this podcast episode from the University of Melbourne, they speak with researchers who venture into the world's remotest corners in their quest to understand what little-known languages may have to teach us about the way humans communicate.
14 February 2020
Meet Professor Anthony Woodbury
Tony, who is Professor of Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin, has served on the Centre's Advisory Committee since CoEDL’s inception. See more...
12 February 2020
Ngarrahyangwurlkiyan - the Dalabon Language Channel
Nick Evans (Bangardi) and elder Manuel Pamkal (Kodjok) bring the endangered Dalabon language of northern Australia to life, subtitled in Dalabon and English. Enjoy – and stay tuned! See more...
11 February 2020
Meet Paola Escudero
Paola Escudero, a Chief Investigator in the Centre, investigates the many factors that may help children learn and is a champion of Australia’s cultural diversity and multilingual potential. See more...
10 February 2020
Meet Rachel Nordlinger
Professor Rachel Nordlinger is a Chief Investigator in the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language, the Director of the Research Unit for Indigenous Language at the University of Melbourne, and one of the country’s foremost experts on Australian Indigenous languages. See more...
16 January 2020
Meet Jane Simpson
Professor Jane Simpson is the Deputy Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language and the inaugural Chair of Indigenous linguistics at ANU. See more ...
20 December 2019
Podcast: In conversation with Professor Nicholas Evans
In this interview, Centre Director Nick Evans sits down with Dr James Grama to talk all things language sciences – and a few things not. You've met Nick the linguist – now meet Nick the human!
17 December 2019
Meet Bethwyn Evans
Centre Chief Investigator Bethwyn Evans is a researcher and lecturer in historical linguistics in the School of Culture, History and Language at the Australian National University. See more...
4 December 2019
Meet Janet Fletcher
Centre Chief Investigator Janet Fletcher is Professor of Phonetics in the School of Languages and Linguistics at The University of Melbourne, where she is also a member of the Research Unit for Indigenous Language. See more...
28 November 2019
Meet Caroline Jones
Centre Chief Investigator Caroline Jones is an Associate Professor within the Speech & Language Program and the Director of Impact & Engagement of the MARCS Institute at Western Sydney University. See more...
22 November 2019
Meet Felicity Meakins
Centre Chief Investigator Felicity Meakins is Associate Professor at the School of Languages and Cultures at The University of Queensland, an ARC Future Fellow, and specialist in Australian Indigenous languages. See more...
14 November 2019
Meet Nick Thieberger
Chief Investigator Nicholas Thieberger is Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow in the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne. In 2003 he helped establish the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Resources in Endangered Languages (PARADISEC), and is now its Director. See more...
12 November 2019
Meet Catherine Travis
Chief Investigator Catherine Travis is Professor of Modern European Languages in the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics at ANU. Her work addresses questions related to language evolution, probing the impact of linguistic and social factors on language variation and change. See more...
23 October 2019
Solomon Island speakers
During the ‘Understanding our languages: Solomon Islands’ workshop in Honiara, 15 multilingual Solomon Islanders, speaking at least 35 local languages between them, were asked to talk about what’s important and special about their languages.
9 October 2019
Early Language Inventory
The ERLI is a parent checklist of first words and gestures designed with and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. Find out more...
13 September 2019
The Linguistics of the Internet
29 August 2019
Language Across Time
In this special, four linguists guided students through some of the ways in which historical linguistics can be a window onto the human past – both recent and remote – and respond to students’ questions. See more...
30 July 2019
Manyardi songs make us remember
Traditional custodians from Warruwi community in western Arnhem Land (NT), David Manmurulu, Jenny Manmurulu, Rupert Manmurulu and Jamie Milpurr joined with researchers to present the Garrurru public lecture, centred around the Inyjalarrku ‘Mermaid’ song-set, an important part of their cultural heritage. See more...
28 June 2019
Studying the vernacular in the vernacular – Luqa literacy in the Solomon Islands
In this public lecture, Dr Alpheaus Graham Zobule takes the audience on the fascinating 20-year journey of the Kulu Language Institute in the Solomon Islands, which he founded and continues to direct. See more...
20 June 2019
In conversation with Professor Janet Wiles
In this interview, Janet speaks about her life’s work and current research interests with Amanda Hamilton-Hollaway, a PhD candidate with Centre. See more...
6 June 2019
In conversation with Professor Kim Sterelny
Professor Kim Sterelny, leader of the Language Evolution program at the Centre, speaks with Dr Rosey Billington about his life's work and current research interests. See more...
17 May 2019
Public lecture: The genius of Australian Indigenous languages
On 6 February, Professor Rachel Nordlinger, one of the country’s foremost experts on Australian Indigenous languages, explained their unique importance to an audience of hundreds. See more...
2 April 2019
Seminar: The 'ecology' of deaf sign languages in PNG
In this seminar, Lauren Reed, Alan Rumsey and local advisor John Onga outline their work documenting these barely studied languages and present one fascinatng case study from the Western Highlands. See more...
25 February 2019
Language Keepers Conference - Why Indigenous Languages Matter
Director Nick Evans joins Professor Rawinia Higgins, Professor Jakelin Troy and Chair Dan Bourchier to explore why language revival is vital to the future of Indigenous communities. Read more...
24 February 2019
Language Keepers Conference: Voices from the Archives
Significant recordings of Indigenous languages are held in archival collections. In this session, Associate Professor Nick Thieberger and Dr Shirleene Robinson look into how these recordings can assist Indigenous communities to revive or relearn their culture (Note). Read more...
1 February 2019
Meet Professor Rachel Nordlinger
Professor Rachel Nordlinger talks with PhD scholar Catalina Torres about her work in describing, documenting and analysing indigenous languages, delving into theoretical paradigms, and what inspires her about working with Australian Aboriginal communities. See more ...
8 January 2019
PARADISEC collection and management
Amanda Harris presents on the Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures to a meeting for language centre managers on Managing Language Collections, held in conjunction with the WANALA Forum at Batchelor in October 2018. See more...
27 September 2018
Video: Nick Evans on the language of poetry in Indigenous Australian song
In this public lecture, Professor Nick Evans gives a glimpse into the richness of the poetic language found across a number of Australian indigenous traditions. See more…