Monash Country Lines Archive: archiving indigenous knowledges The Monash Country Lines Archive (MCLA) is cutting … Continue reading Monash Country Lines Archive: archiving indigenous knowledges (2013)
In 2015 John Bradley, Brent McKee and Shannon Faulkhead presented a seminar on the Monash … Continue reading Animating Language: Continuing Inter-Generational Indigenous Language Knowledge (2017)
Animating Language / De-colonising the Archive: Monash Country Line Archive is a short article by Shannon … Continue reading Animating Language / De-colonising the Archive: Monash Country Line Archive (2016)
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Yagun Gulinj Wiinj (How Man Found Fire) is the second animation produced by the Taungurung (Victoria) Dolodanin-dat … Continue reading Yagun Gulinj Wiinj (How Man Found Fire) (2016)
Winjara Wiganhanyin (Why We All Die) is the first animation produced by the Taungurung (Victoria) Dolodanin-dat … Continue reading Winjara Wiganhanyin (Why We All Die) (2015)
Last year, a group of academics and staff working on the Monash Country Lines Archive … Continue reading From Story to 3D Animation: Preserving Indigenous knowledge through the Monash Country Lines Project (2015)
Marlukarra Ngarrkadabawurr: Karnanganjanyi (Emu Hunters of Excellence) story speaks to Garrwa pride in the prowess … Continue reading Marlukarra Ngarrkadabawurr: Karnanganjanyi (Emu Hunters of Excellence) (2015)
The Yanyuwa families’ animations are going to be broadcasted over June to October 2015 on National … Continue reading Yanyuwa Animations to be broadcast on NITV (2015)
Taungurung People of Victoria Dolodanin-dat Animation Group Progress Process Taungurung People of Victoria The Taungurung … Continue reading Taungurung People of Victoria
The Garrwa say they are a mainland people, not a saltwater people, though they do … Continue reading Garrwa People of Northern Territory
The present generation of Yanyuwa elders from Borroloola are very concerned about passing on knowledge … Continue reading The Yanyuwa Families of Borroloola
The Yanyuwa language has been identified as ‘severely endangered’ by the Endangered Languages website. Endangered … Continue reading Yanyuwa Language is ‘severely endangered’: Endangered Languages website (2015)
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Garrwa country begins in the area of the Wearyan River crossing and extends eastwards through … Continue reading Purdiwan (Pretty One) (2014)
Ancient knowledge given life in a virtual world ‘Facing a linguistic crisis that threatens the … Continue reading Ancient knowledge given life in a virtual world (2012)