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  • The ‘Boomerang’ Tour of the Central Australian Women’s Choir

    In May the Central Australian Aboriginal Women's Choir will be embarking on their 'Boomerang' Tour of Germany. Before they depart for…

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  • Ngarrindjeri Language Class at Victor Harbour

    MLT Supports Ngarrindjeri Language Class at Victor Harbour

    In December Clayton Cruse participated in a Ngarrindjeri language class run at Victor Harbour High School. The MLT has supported this initiative to extend…

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  • Hermann Koeler’s Adelaide

    In September 2014, Professor Peter Mühlhäusler, Manager of the Mobile Language Team, visited an antiquarian book dealer in Berlin to inspect…

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  • Maria Stewart on the Neale, Oodnadatta (Photograph: Paul Monaghan)

    Maria Stewart—Linguist, Interpreter and MLT research associate

    Maria Stewart is a Yankunytjatjara, Arrernte and Wangkangurru woman who has been working with Dr Paul Monaghan researching the vitality, or state of health…

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  • The MLTs Clayton Cruse attends 2014 WANALA Conference in Broome

    In early September I travelled to Broome to attend the 2014 Western and Northern Aboriginal Language Alliance (WANALA) Conference. The conference was held…

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  • Sisters Dawn and Anita Taylor

    MLT CADET DAWN TAYLOR, WAKES UP THE BARNGARLA LANGUAGE

    “I feel we have finally woken our language and now we can share it. I’m the happiest woman in the world”      Whyalla…

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Welcome to the Mobile Language Team website. The Mobile Language Team (MLT) was established at the University of Adelaide in October 2009, and our MLT website went live at the end of 2011. Our website aims to provide information, contact details and answers to questions relating to the Aboriginal languages of the state of South Australia. We hope it becomes a favourite site for many of you.

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