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  1. If you experience any issues in accessing resources, please contact your Senior Learning Advisor (Library) Judith Beach. E: j.beach@latrobe.edu.au.

     

    Resources in this list are divided into different sections to allow you to quickly find the relevant learning materials you will require.There are different headings to assist you, as below. Please be aware that copyright means that some print materials may not be digitised - resources in this situation will be held in the high demand collection of the Library for you to access.

     

    Resources required for in class use: These are resources which are essential for you to have access to during specific classes as you will be working closely with them in class. It is recommended that these be printed or downloaded to a device with a suitably large screen prior to your attendance in the class. 

    Required resources: These are resources which are essential for you to access/read to enable to enable you to reach your required subject learning outcomes. The Resources required for in class use are also included in these sections.

    Recommended resources/extension materials: These are resources which will assist you to understand more full the topic, and which have been recommended by your lecturer.

    Other References: These are resources which haven't already been included in the required or recommended resources sections, and which were used to prepare /present the materials you cover in class or via the LMS. They are included to allow you to investigate further/refresh or clarify content.

     

  2. Resources required for in class use 14 items
    Please ensure you have access to each resource before you attend the specified class as you will need to use them during the class.
    1. Theme 1: Framework 3 items
      1. Language and Culture in Aboriginal Australia - Collin Yallop, Michael Walsh 1993 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Week 1. Read Chapter 2: The structure of Australian Aboriginal languages. pp. 15-32.

      2. Language and Culture in Aboriginal Australia - Collin Yallop, Michael Walsh 1993 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Week 2. Read Chapter 8: Walsh, M. 1993. Classifying the world in an Aboriginal Language. pp. 107-122.

      3. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

        Book Required Week 3. Read O'Shannessy, C. & F. Meakins. 2016. Introduction: Australian language contact in historical and synchronic perspective. pp. 3-26. (Especially sections 2 and 3).

    2. Theme 2: Language revitalisation 4 items
      1. Living languages and new approaches to language revitalisation research - Tonya N. Stebbins, Kris Eira, Vicki Couzens 2017 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Week 4. Read Chapter 3

      2. Tyama-teeyt yookapa: interviews from the Meeting Point Project - Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages 2014

        Book Required Weeks 4 and 5. Read the interviews: Bruce Pascoe (pp. 32-48), Geoff Anderson (pp. 99-106), and Jeanie Bell (pp. 107-121). We have been able to digitise the Bruce Pascoe interview, but you will need to access the print title for the other interviews.

      3. Living languages and new approaches to language revitalisation research - Tonya N. Stebbins, Kris Eira, Vicki Couzens 2017 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Week 5. Read Chapter 4

      4. Living languages and new approaches to language revitalisation research - Tonya N. Stebbins, Kris Eira, Vicki Couzens 2017 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Week 6. Read chapter 7

    3. Theme 3: Kriols and Aboriginal Englishes 3 items
      1. The Languages and Linguistics of Australia : A Comprehensive Guide - Harold Koch , and Rachel Nordlinger 2014

        Book Required Week 7. Read Chapter 9: Meakin, Felicity. (2014). Language contact varieties. pp. 365-416

      2. Chapter 24: Kriol - E. Schultze-Berndt, F. Meakins, D. Angelo

        Chapter Required Week 7 and Week 8. In S. Michaelis, P. Maurer, M. Haspelmath and M. Huber (eds.). (2013). English-Based and Dutch-Based Languages.

      3. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

        Book Required Week 8. Read Dickson, G. (2016). Rethinking the substrate languages of Roper Kriol: the case of Marra. pp. 145-173.

    4. Theme 4: New Varieties 4 items
      1. The Languages and Linguistics of Australia : A Comprehensive Guide - Harold Koch , and Rachel Nordlinger 2014

        Book Required Week 10. Read Chapter 9: Meakin, Felicity. (2014). Language contact varieties. pp. 365-416.

      2. Land, language and identity: The socio-political origins of Gurindji Kriol - Felicity Meakins

        Chapter Required Week 10. In M. Meyerhoff and N. Nagy (eds.) (2008). Social lives in language - sociolinguistics and multilingual speech communities: celebrating the work of Gillian Sankoff.

      3. Selected pages (pp. 285-298 and pp. 133-136)

        Chapter Required Week 11. Selected pages from Meakins, F. 2008. Unravelling languages: Multilingualism and language contact in Kalkaringi. In J. Simpson & G. Wigglesworth (eds.), Children’s language and multilingualism: Indigenous language use at home and school. London: Continuum. pp. 283-302. [we are using pp. 285-298 for this week]

      4. Gurindji Kriol - Felicity Meakins

        Chapter Required Week 12. In S. Michaelis, P. Maurer, M. Haspelmath and M. Huber (eds). (2013). Contact languages based on languages from Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas.

  3. Theme 1: Framework 39 items
    1. Week 1 - Post/colonial context 12 items
      1. References 12 items
        1. Choose Water 20 July 2017

          Audio-visual document Recommended

        2. For the love of language: an introduction to linguistics - Kate Burridge, Tonya N. Stebbins 2016

          Book Recommended

        3. Pedagogy of the oppressed - Paulo Freire 1996

          Book Recommended

        4. Rethinking collaboration: Working the indigene-colonizer hyphen - A. Jones, K. Jenkins

          Chapter Recommended From: Denzin, N., Lincoln, Yvonna S, & Smith, Linda Tuhiwai. (2008). Handbook of critical and indigenous methodologies. Los Angeles: Sage.

        5. Putuparri and the Rainmakers: Clip - Nicole Ma 2015

          Audio-visual document Recommended This is a 10 minute clip from the full documentary of Putuparri and the Rainmakers.

        6. Recognition - Cillian McBride 2013

          Book Recommended

        7. Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples - Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Ebook Library 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        8. The Oxford English dictionary - J. A Simpson, E. S. C Weiner, Oxford University Press 1989

          Book Recommended

        9. WHO 2005-2008 Social determinants of health: Social participation. - Commission on Social Determinants of Health, 2005-2008

          Article Recommended

    2. Week 2 - Language form and structure 13 items
      1. Required resources 5 items
        1. The monolingual mindset: Felicity Meakins at TEDxSouthBankWomen 10 February 2014

          Audio-visual document Required Note the sound level is low, so you will need to adjust your speakers.

        2. Language and Culture in Aboriginal Australia - Collin Yallop, Michael Walsh 1993 (electronic resource)

          Book Required Read Chapter 2: The structure of Australian Aboriginal languages. pp. 15-32.

        3. Language and Culture in Aboriginal Australia - Collin Yallop, Michael Walsh 1993 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended Read Chapter 8: Walsh, M. 1993. Classifying the world in an Aboriginal Language. pp. 107-122.

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 3 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Australian languages: their nature and development - Robert M. W. Dixon, S. R. Anderson, J. Bresnan, B. Comrie 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended Chapter 3 provides a useful overview

      3. Other references 5 items
        1. Discourse and grammar in Australian languages - Brett Joseph Baker, Ilana Mushin

          Chapter Recommended

        2. Introduction

          Chapter Recommended In Dixon, RMW. & BJ. Blake. 1991. Handbook of Australian languages, Volume 4.

        3. Aspects of language - Dwight Le Merton Bolinger 1975

          Book Recommended

        4. Gurindji to English dictionary - Felicity Meakins, Patrick McConvell, Erika Charola, Norman McNair 2013

          Book Required

    3. Week 3 - Language types and contexts 14 items
      1. Required resources 3 items
        1. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

          Book Required Read O'Shannessy, C. & F. Meakins. 2016. Introduction: Australian language contact in historical and synchronic perspective. pp. 3-26. (Especially sections 2 and 3).

        2. Aboriginal language knowledge and youth suicide - Darcy Hallett, Michael J. Chandler, Christopher E. Lalonde 2007-7

          Article Required

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 9 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. ‘My Grandmother’s Lingo’ illustrator pours personal passion into this unique new interactive - Genevieve Dwyer 6 Oct 2016

          Webpage Recommended This gives background and insight into the SBS interactive, My Grandmother’s Lingo.

        2. Our land our languages: language learning in Indigenous communities - Neumann Shayne, Australia. Parliament. House of Representatives. Standing Committee on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs 2012 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended Chapter 2 is a useful place to start.

        3. Living languages and new approaches to language revitalisation research - Tonya N. Stebbins, Kris Eira, Vicki Couzens 2017 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended Read chapter 2

        4. National Indigenous languages survey report 2005 - Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Australia. Dept. of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Federation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander Languages 2005

          Book Recommended

        5. Australian Aboriginal languages: a general introduction - Barry J. Blake 1991

          Book Recommended

        6. Language in Australia - Suzanne Romaine 1991 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

      3. Other references 2 items
        1. The concise Oxford dictionary of linguistics - P. H. Matthews 2014 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

    4. Temp location 0 items
  4. Theme 2: Language revitalisation 25 items
    1. Week 4 - Approaches to Language Revitalisation 9 items
      1. Required resources 3 items
        1. Living languages and new approaches to language revitalisation research - Tonya N. Stebbins, Kris Eira, Vicki Couzens 2017 (electronic resource)

          Book Required Read Chapter 3

        2. Tyama-teeyt yookapa: interviews from the Meeting Point Project - Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages 2014

          Book Required Read the interviews: Bruce Pascoe (pp. 32-48), Geoff Anderson (pp. 99-106), and Jeanie Bell (pp. 107-121). We have been able to digitise the Bruce Pascoe interview, but you will need to access the print title for the other interviews.

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 6 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. The green book of language revitalization in practice - Leanne Hinton, Kenneth L. Hale c2001

          Book Recommended

        2. Warraparna Kaurna!: reclaiming an Australian language - Rob Amery, University of Adelaide Press 2016 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

      3. Other references 0 items
    2. Week 5 - Meeting Point Framework 8 items
      1. Required resources 3 items
        1. Living languages and new approaches to language revitalisation research - Tonya N. Stebbins, Kris Eira, Vicki Couzens 2017 (electronic resource)

          Book Required Read Chapter 4

        2. The Story of Dyeerrm - Donna Sharrock, Iramoo Primary School 2007

          Audio-visual document Required

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 4 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Re-awakening languages: theory and practice in the revitalisation of Australia's indigenous languages - John Robert Hobson 2010

          Book Recommended Contains a range of papers on topics relevant to language revitalisation in Australia.

        2. Stop, Revive, Survive: Lessons from the Hebrew Revival Applicable to the Reclamation, Maintenance and Empowerment of Aboriginal Languages and Cultures - Ghil'ad Zuckermann, Michael Walsh 01/2011

          Article Recommended A different approach to language revitalisation in Australia and associated discussion.

      3. Other references 1 item
    3. Week 6 - Language revitalisation in practice 8 items
      1. Required resources 6 items
        1. Possum Skin Cloaks - Sarah Rhodes, Vicki Couzens, Koorie Heritage Trust

          Webpage Required

        2. Living languages and new approaches to language revitalisation research - Tonya N. Stebbins, Kris Eira, Vicki Couzens 2017 (electronic resource)

          Book Required Read chapter 7

        3. A house already lived in - Christina Eira, Lynnette Solomon-Dent

          Chapter Required In Hobson, J., K. Lowe, S. Poetsch and M. Walsh. (eds.) (2010). Re-awakening languages: theory and practice in the revitalisation of Australia's indigenous languages.

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 2 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Re-awakening languages: theory and practice in the revitalisation of Australia's indigenous languages - John Robert Hobson 2010

          Book Recommended The following chapters are relevant: Chapter 4: ‘Monitoring the use of Kaurna’ by Rob Amery Chapter 21: ‘The rebirth of Wergaia: a collaborative effort’ by Julie Ried Chapter 33: ‘The development of the Gamilaraay, Yuwaalaraay & Yuwallayaay Dictionary’ by John Giacon

        2. Key factors in the renewal of Aboriginal languages in NSW - John Giacon, Kevin Lowe

          Chapter Recommended In Peter K. Austin, Harold Koch & Jane Simpson. (2016). Language, land and song: studies in honour of Luise Hercus,

      3. Other references 0 items
  5. Theme 3: Kriols and Aboriginal Englishes 38 items
    1. Week 7 - Introduction to Kriols and Aboriginal Englishes 13 items
      1. Required resources 5 items
        1. The Languages and Linguistics of Australia : A Comprehensive Guide - Harold Koch , and Rachel Nordlinger 2014

          Book Required Read Chapter 9: Meakin, Felicity. (2014). Language contact varieties. pp. 365-416

        2. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

          Book Required Read O'Shannessy, C. & F. Meakins. (2016). Introduction: Australian language contact in historical and synchronic perspective. pp. 3-26.

        3. Land and language in Cape York Peninsula and the Gulf Country 2016

          Book Required Read Mushin, I., D. Angelo & J. Munro. 2016. Same but Different: Understanding Language Contact in Queensland Indigenous Settlements. pp. 383-407.

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 4 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Chapter 24: Kriol - E. Schultze-Berndt, F. Meakins, D. Angelo

          Chapter Recommended In S. Michaelis, P. Maurer, M. Haspelmath and M. Huber (eds.). (2013). English-Based and Dutch-Based Languages.

        2. Kriol is the color of Thursday - Mari Rhydwen 1995-01-1

          Article Recommended

        3. Broken: an introduction to the creole language of Torres Strait - Anna Shnukal, Linguistic Circle of Canberra, Anna Shnukal 1988

          Book Recommended

        4. Writing on the backs of the blacks - Mari Rhydwen 1996

          Book Recommended

      3. Other references 4 items
        1. The concise Oxford dictionary of linguistics - P. H. Matthews 2014 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        2. Kitúba - Saliko Mufwene

          Chapter Recommended

        3. Creolization is a social, not a structural, process - Saliko Mufwene

          Chapter Recommended

    2. Week 8 - Case studies 14 items
      1. Required resources 5 items
        1. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

          Book Required Read Dickson, G. (2016). Rethinking the substrate languages of Roper Kriol: the case of Marra. pp. 145-173.

        2. Selected pages (pp. 285-298 and pp. 133-136)

          Chapter Required Selected pages from Moses, K. & G. Wigglesworth. 2008. The silence of the frogs: Dysfunctional discourse in the ‘English only’ Aboriginal classroom. In J. Simpson & G. Wigglesworth (eds.), Children’s language and multilingualism: Indigenous language use at home and school. London: Continuum. pp. 129–153. [we are using pp. 133-136]

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 9 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Silence: Anything but. - Deborah Tannen

          Chapter Recommended In Tannen, D., Saville-Troike, M. (Eds.). (1985). Perspectives on Silence.

        2. The silence of the frogs: Dysfunctional discourse in the ‘English only’ Aboriginal classroom. - G. Wigglesworth, K. Moses

          Chapter Recommended In J. Simpson & G. Wigglesworth (eds.). (2008). Children’s language and multilingualism: Indigenous language use at home and school. Copyright restrictions mean we cannot digitise this whole chapter but selected pages have been (Required readings) and the print copy of the book is in the high demand section.

        3. Questions about questions - C. Yallop, K. Moses

          Chapter Recommended In J. Simpson & G. Wigglesworth (eds.). (2008). Children’s language and multilingualism: Indigenous language use at home and school. Copyright restrictions mean we cannot digitise this chapter but the print copy of the book is in the high demand section.

        4. Chapter 24: Kriol - E. Schultze-Berndt, F. Meakins, D. Angelo

          Chapter Recommended In S. Michaelis, P. Maurer, M. Haspelmath and M. Huber (eds.). (2013). English-Based and Dutch-Based Languages.

        5. When Kriol signs go right - and when they go wrong - that munanga linguist, Greg Dickson June 2016

          Webpage Recommended

      3. Other references 0 items
    3. Week 9 - Language in practice 11 items
      1. Required resources 5 items
        1. Black On Track: Airport pick up 13 November 2014

          Audio-visual document Required

        2. Black on Track: Looking for Jessie 9 March 2016

          Audio-visual document Required

        3. Break The Silence - IHHP, White Ribbon, Ngukurr - YouTube - Ngukurr School, White Ribbon Australia, Indigenous Hip Hop Projects 27 August 2015

          Audio-visual document Required

        4. Schooling within shifting langscapes: Educational responses in complex Indigenous language contact ecologies. - D. Angelo, N. Carter

          Chapter Required In Yiakoumetti, A. (ed.) (2015). Multilingualism and language education. Sociolinguistic and pedagogical perspectives from Commonwealth countries.

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 6 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

          Book Recommended Read Mushin, Ilana and Watts, Janet (2016). Identifying the grammars of Queensland ex-government Reserves: the case of Woorie Talk. pp. 57-85

        2. The Languages and Linguistics of Australia : A Comprehensive Guide - Harold Koch , and Rachel Nordlinger 2014

          Book Recommended Read Eades, D. (2014). Aboriginal English. pp. 365-416

        3. Aboriginal English - Diana Eades

          Webpage Recommended

        4. Mcintosh, S., R. O’Hanlon, and D. Angelo. (2012). The (in)visibility of “language” Within Australian educational Documentation: differentiating language. pp. 447-468.

          Chapter Recommended Read Mcintosh, S., R. O’Hanlon, and D. Angelo. (2012). The (in)visibility of “language” Within Australian educational Documentation: differentiating language. pp. 447-468.

      3. Other references 0 items
  6. Theme 4: New Varieties 20 items
    1. Week 10 - Overview 8 items
      1. Required resources 4 items
        1. The Languages and Linguistics of Australia : A Comprehensive Guide - Harold Koch , and Rachel Nordlinger 2014

          Book Required Read Chapter 9: Meakin, Felicity. (2014). Language contact varieties. pp. 365-416.

        2. Land, language and identity: The socio-political origins of Gurindji Kriol - Felicity Meakins

          Chapter Required In In M. Meyerhoff and N. Nagy (eds.) (2008). Social lives in language - sociolinguistics and multilingual speech communities: celebrating the work of Gillian Sankoff.

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 4 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

          Book Recommended Read O'Shannessy, C. & F. Meakins. (2016). Introduction: Australian language contact in historical and synchronic perspective. pp. 3-26.

        2. Contact languages: a comprehensive guide - Peter Bakker, Peter Bakker, Yaron Matras 2013

          Book Required Read Meakins, F. (2013). Mixed languages. pp. 159-228.

        3. Re-awakening languages: theory and practice in the revitalisation of Australia's indigenous languages - John Robert Hobson 2010

          Book Recommended Read Meakins, F. (2010). The importance of understanding language ecologies for revitalisation. pp. 225-239.

        4. Yijarni: True Stories From Gurindji Country - Erika Charola, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Felicity Meakins 2016

          Book Recommended

      3. Other references 0 items
    2. Week 11 - Case studies 7 items
      1. Required resources 4 items
        1. Monster Story in Light Warlpiri Child39 - Carmel O'Shannessy 21 June 2013

          Audio-visual document Required

        2. Selected pages (pp. 285-298 and pp. 133-136)

          Chapter Required Selected pages from Meakins, F. 2008. Unravelling languages: Multilingualism and language contact in Kalkaringi. In J. Simpson & G. Wigglesworth (eds.), Children’s language and multilingualism: Indigenous language use at home and school. London: Continuum. pp. 283-302. [we are using pp. 285-298]

        3. Unravelling languages: Multilingualism and language contact in Kalkaringi - F. Meakins

          Chapter Required In J. Simpson & G. Wigglesworth (eds.). (2008). Children’s language and multilingualism: Indigenous language use at home and school. Copyright restrictions mean we cannot digitise this whole chapter but selected pages have been and are in Required readings, and the print copy of the book is in the high demand section.

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 1 item
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Light Warlpiri: A New Language - Carmel O'Shannessy 04/2005

          Article Recommended

      3. Other references 2 items
        1. Contact languages: a comprehensive guide - Peter Bakker, Peter Bakker, Yaron Matras 2013

          Book Recommended Read Meakins, F. (2013). Mixed languages. pp. 159-228.

        2. The Languages and Linguistics of Australia : A Comprehensive Guide - Harold Koch , and Rachel Nordlinger 2014

          Book Recommended Read Chapter 9: Meakin, Felicity. (2014). Language contact varieties. pp. 365-416.

    3. Week 12 - Language in practice 5 items
      1. Required resources 2 items
        1. Gurindji Bush Medicine - Felicity Meakins

          Audio-visual document Required

        2. Gurindji Kriol - Felicity Meakins

          Chapter Required In S. Michaelis, P. Maurer, M. Haspelmath and M. Huber (eds). (2013). Contact languages based on languages from Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas.

      2. Recommended resources/extension materials 3 items
        You can also explore the following materials
        1. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

          Book Recommended Read Meakins, F. 2016. No fixed address: The grammaticalisation of the Gurindji locative as a progressive suffix.

        2. Loss and renewal: Australian languages since colonisation 2016

          Book Recommended Read O'Shannessy, C. (2016). Entrenchment of Light Warlpiri morphology. pp. 217-251.

      3. Other references 0 items
  7. Further resources 6 items
    Including multimedia
    1. Puliima 2017 - Cairns Australia 2017

      Website Recommended Some resources from previous Puliima events are available under 0.1 Home drop down. Puliima 2015 includes selected presentations via the Workshops and Presenters pages.

    2. Search Results "Aboriginal language" 2017

      Webpage Recommended "The National Film and Sound Archive is Australia's 'living' archive – the custodian of over 2.3 million items..." This search provides links to over 2000 hits on "Aboriginal language" for you to explore.

    3. Alive and kicking: Areyonga teenage Pitjantjatjara - Annie Langlois, Australian National University. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies 2004

      Book Recommended

    4. Native Tongue Title: Compensation for the loss of Aboriginal languages - Ghil'ad Zuckermann, Shiori Shakuto-Neoh, Giovanni Matteo Guer 2014

      Article Recommended