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Language Revival: Securing the Future of Endangered Languages
Learn how the world’s endangered languages are revived and why this process is critical to preserving cultural identity.
MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on language revival:
A free MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on language revival will begin on 28 July 2015. All welcome:
“Language is the mouth of the land in Aboriginal culture”
Barngarla is a dormant Australian Aboriginal language that was spoken in Port Lincoln, Whyalla and Port Augusta area of Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, Australia.
Recent Barngarla Activities:
Indigenous Barngarla Australians win land claim
Source: BBC News Australia
Posted 22 January 2015
Why Revive Barngarla?
Source: Babbel Magazine
Posted 21 February 2018
Aboriginal community in South Australia reclaim lost language
Source: SBS News
Posted 25 September 2013
Language lost and regained
Source: The Australian
Posted 20 September 2013