Top End Linguistic Circle

21 July 1995 Meeting

9 am to 5 pm in the Law Tutorial Room, Faculty of Arts Building
Northern Territory University (Casuarina Campus)

Program:

9:00:
Patrick McConvell & Clemes Kolo (NTU/Nusa Cedana)
Metathesis and complete/incomplete pronominal infixes in Dawan
9:30:
Paul Black (NTU)
A collaborative narrative in Koko-Bera
10:00:
Neil Chadwick
Accreditation of language workers
10:30:
Break for tea or coffee
11:00:
Frances Kofod (NTU)
Verbs of speech in Jarragan languages
11:30:
Eva Schultz-Berndt (Bielefeld/Max-Planck Institut, Nijmegen)
Verbs of motion in Jaminjung
12:00:
Break for lunch
1:00:
Margaret Sharpe (UNE)
The evolution of Alawa - internal and external evidence
1:30:
Ian Green (ANU/Batchelor College)
Genes or cognition? Disentangling diffusion and genetics in the prehistory of Australian prefixing
2:20:
Nick Evans (U Melbourne)
Towards a typology of subjective knowability in grammar and pragmatics
3:00:
Break for tea or coffee
3:30:
Steve Etherington (NTU)
Kunwinjku texts on education: Work in progress
4:00:
Geraldine Triffitt (AIATSIS)
Information and the law: AIATSIS and Native Title legislation
4:30:
General discussion of access to and publication of language materials
Any other Circle business

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