Past Projects

A multifaceted study of Tangsa – a network of linguistic varieties in North East India

An ARC funded Future Fellowship for 2011-14.

Documenting, Conserving and Archiving the Tai Ahom Manuscripts of Assam

A British Library funded project for 2011-2014.

Australian Sign Language Assessment and Early Intervention Strategies Project

A 2011 project by Adam Schembri.

Describing Katla and Julud, Kordofanian languages of the Sudan

A project by Birgit Hellwig from 2006 to 2011.

Documentation of Goemai, a West Chadic language of Central Nigeria

A project by Birgit Hellwig from 1998 to 2005.

Meeting point: integrating Aboriginal and linguistics knowledge systems for description of contemporary revival languages in Australia

A project by Tonya Stebbins from the CRLD and Christina Eira the Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages.

The Baining languages: a window on the history of Island Melanesia

A project by Tonya Stebbins.

Jivaroan Grammar Project

Simon Overall’s project investigates the Jivaroan languages of Peru and Ecuador.

The languages of Minahasa: description, documentation, and support

Dr Anthony Jukes's Australian Research Council project.

Typology of language use: quantitative investigations of discourse from endangered languages

Stefan Schnell's ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award project.

Semantic categories: Exploring the history of the Baining languages of Island Melanesia

Birgit Hellwig's Australian Research Council funded project.

Language socialisation and the transmission of Qaqet Baining (Papua New Guinea): Towards a documentation project

An Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (ELDP) funded project.

Documenting Tabaq, a Hill Nubian language of the Sudan, in its sociolinguistic context

An Endangered Languages Documentation Programme (ELDP) project.

Indicating verbs in British Sign Language

A project led by researchers at the Deafness Cognition and Language Research Centre in collaboration with Dr. Adam Schembri.