Bulletin Articles

Aboriginal language returns from the dead!

The last person to have spoken the Kaurna language of the Adelaide Plains died in the late 1900’s and the language subsequently died. However, a recent spark of interest in the Kaurna language means that the once dead Aboriginal language is now thriving. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-10-01/aboriginal-language-returns-from-the-dead/4289056

 

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The Stratcore reporter continuously orbits the earth with ears ever pricked for languages and the part they play in communications and cultural interchanges. Here is a selection of the stories our little bird has told us recently.



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