Multilingualism research project at Maningrida

Maningrida is one of the most multilingual communities in the world, with over ten languages spoken in a community of around 2,500 people. As such, the question of which languages are spoken when, with whom, and why, is an interesting and complex matter. Linguist Jill Vaughan from the Research Unit for Indigenous Language at the… Read more »

Multilingualism at Maningrida conference presentation

In May this year linguist Jill Vaughan from the University of Melbourne, in collaboration with Margaret Carew from Batchelor Institute, gave a presentation about multilingualism in Maningrida at a conference at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, U.S.A. The conference was the International Symposium on Bilingualism, a large conference where language researchers, teachers and experts get… Read more »