Top End Linguistic Circle

8 November 1996 Meeting

9:00 am to 4:30 pm in Room 42 of Building 23 (Education)
Northern Territory University (Casuarina Campus)

Program:

9:30:
Michael Walsh (U Sydney)
Mapping and Australian Languages
9:45:
Michael J. Christie (NTU)
Yolngu languages and culture at NTU
10:15:
Break for tea or coffee
10:30:
Andy Butcher (U Adelaide)
Some connected speech processes in Australian languages: Universals and idiosyncrasies
11:15:
Murray Garde (NTU)
Pragmatics of joking relationship interjections
11:45:
Brief reports
Peter Carroll: The Aboriginal story project
Patrick McConvell (NTU): The Meto Dictionary Workshop
12:15:
Break for lunch
1:00:
Paul Black (NTU)
A computer interlingua: Language lessons for the World Wide Web
1:30:
Mark Harvey (Wadeye)
Reconstruction of non-Pama-Nyungan pronouns
2:15:
Break for tea or coffee
2:30:
Patrick McConvell (NTU)
Pama-Nyungan expansion: Movement of people or popular movement?
3:10:
Wang Li (Jianxi Banking Staff Workers College, Nanchang, and NTU)
Sense, sound, and form in Chinese poetry
3:40:
Business meeting

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