2016 WANALA Aboriginal Languages Conference

Building Resilience: Identity, intellect and the role of languages

Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre, Kalgoorlie, WA, 16-18 June 2016

The 2016 WANALA Aboriginal Languages Conference is hosted by the Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre in Kalgoorlie, WA.

The conference is for people in Aboriginal language centres, language projects, schools with Aboriginal language courses, Aboriginal language speakers and anyone involved in language work or who wishes to learn more about the work being undertaken on Aboriginal language preservation and use. Language speakers, linguists, language workers, community researchers, LOTE teachers, educators, lecturers, board skin care members, management bodies, government bodies and everyone involved in Aboriginal language programs are invited to attend.

For further information, and to register, see the main conference web page.

Second and final call for papers

Announcing a second and final call for presentations and workshops at the conference

Sessions which are aimed at community management bodies, language workers, speakers and a wider audience are particularly sought.

Presentation sessions can be 30, 60 or 120 minutes long. Please make a submission for a session using this downloadable form indicating the length you request. Longer sessions can be arranged.

If you would like to discuss your submission, email susanhanson@y7mail.com.

Submissions must close Friday 22nd April 2016

 

Main conference web page