Register of Resource People
- Estelle Miller
Estelle Miller, Coordinator, Far West Languages Centre
Phone 08 86252487
Estelle Miller is the coordinator of the Language Centre that services work on the Wirangu, Gugada (Kokatha) and Mirning languages of the west coast of SA.
- Ghil’ad Zuckermann
Prof Ghil’ad Zuckermann,
Napier Building, North Terrace, University of Adelaide Phone: 08 8303 4341
Prof Ghil'ad Zuckermann joined the staff at the University of Adelaide in 2011 as the Professor of Linguistics and Endangered Languages. He was born in Israel and is a specialist in the revival of the Hebrew language. He speaks 11 languages.
- Greg Wilson
Greg Wilson, freelance linguist and language teacher
Greg Wilson has many years experience teaching and working with Aboriginal languages, and is a fluent speaker and interpreter of the Pitjantjatjara language. He also has knowledge of Arabana and Diyari.
- Dr Rob Amery
Dr. Rob Amery, University of Adelaide
Napier Building, North terrace, University of Adelaide. Phone 08 83033924
Rob Amery is the head of the Linguistics discipline at the University of Adelaide. He specialises in the revival of languages, particularly the Kaurna language of the Adelaide Plains. He convenes the Kaurna Warra Pintyandi group who offers advice in the Kaurna language.
- Ms Tara Collier
Tara Collier, Collection Manager, Australian Aboriginal Ethnology, South Australian Museum
North Terrace Adelaide, South Australia 5000
Phone 08 8207 7453
Tara Collier is the manager of the Aboriginal collections held in the SA Museum, which includes a huge number of artefacts, many of which are stored off-site. This collection can be visited by appointment.
- Guy Tunstil
Guy Tunstill, Curriculum Manager, Aboriginal Languages R-12, Department of Educations and Children’s Services (DECS)
Flinders Street, Adelaide. Phone 08 82262838
Guy is the Aboriginal Languages Projects Officer for the Department of Education and Children’s Services in South Australia. He works for the Curriculum Branch of DECS, and administers the Aboriginal Languages Program Initiative (ALPI) grants each year that provides money for teaching Aboriginal languages in SA schools.