Rob Amery

 

 


 

Dr Rob Amery has been working with Aboriginal languages since 1980, when he worked as a nurse at Balgo (Kimberley, Western Australia) with Kukatja-speaking people. He has taught linguistics and literacy to speakers of a range of languages, including many South Australian languages. He teaches Linguistics at the University of Adelaide, including a course on Aboriginal languages and a course on Language Reclamation, with a focus on Kaurna, the language of the Adelaide Plains, into which he has conducted research for the past 25 years.




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Oct 6th 2016

Learn how the world’s endangered languages are revived and why this process is critical to preserving cultural identity.

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