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August 2016 update

Another 75 items have been added to the Virtual Library, bringing the total number of items to over 500, representing over 150 languages ... read more

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RESULTS: 7 ITEMS FOR LANGUAGE Gunwinygu

Gunwinygu [gup]
Source: Bininj Gunwok project
Bininj Gunwok refers to six mutually intelligible dialects stretching from Kakadu National Park south to Pine Creek and Manyallaluk, and east across the Arnhem Land plateau. This site has a wonderful array of information about Kunwinjku and related languages, including maps, texts, grammar, phrases with audio, publications, and photos. Notably, all the menus and much of the information is in Kunwinjku.
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Source: Bininj Kunwok Language Project
Facebook page for the Bininj Kunwok Language Project, with news and postings in both Bininj Kunwok and English.
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Source: Bininj Kunwok Language Project
A place for reading and writing in Kunwinjku, Kundjeyhmi, Kuninjku and Mayali and for photos & stories from Kakadu and Western Arnhem Land.
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Source: CSIRO
Kunwinjku people recognise and name 6 seasons. Traditional Owners from Kunbarlanja (Gunbalanya) in western Arnhem Land have documented Kunwinjku knowledge of the seasons and the environment in a calendar.
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Source: Murray Garde/Land Rights News
An account from Murray Garde about language misunderstandings between government representatives and Kunwinjku-speaking Bininj people about township leasing at Gunbalanya leading to serious misrepresentation of the wishes of the community and traditional owners.
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Source: Maïa Ponsonnet
Linguist Maïa Ponsonnet’s page with some background and references for Bininj Gun-wok, Jawoyn, Rembarrnga and Kriol.
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Source: Margaret Carew/Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education
A program supporting languages spoken in Maningrida, one of the most multilingual communities in the world, through innovative projects such as Bininy Gunwok Names for Plants and Animals, Maningrida Community Stories (using the Ara Irititja archive system), and various films and other publications.
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