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PhD scholarships available

Wunungu Awara has three funded PhD scholarships available. Applications close 1 September 2019.

30 July, 2019

Animating Language: Continuing Inter-Generational Indigenous Language Knowledge

In 2015 John Bradley, Brent McKee and Shannon Faulkhead presented a seminar on the Monash Country Lines Archive to seminar in the Museum Studies program at New York University. From this presentation we were invited to submit a chapter

22 November, 2017

From Story to 3D Animation: Preserving Indigenous knowledge through the Monash Country Lines Project

Last year, a group of academics and staff working on the Monash Country Lines Archive  gave a presentation on their work at the ATALM (Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries and Museums) Conference in Washington DC.

25 February, 2016

Yanyuwa Animations to be broadcast on NITV (2015)

The Yanyuwa families’ animations are going to be broadcasted over June to October 2015 on National Indigenous Television (NITV).

7 October, 2015

Yanyuwa Language is ‘severely endangered’: Endangered Languages website (2015)

The Yanyuwa language has been identified as ‘severely endangered’ by the Endangered Languages website.

8 June, 2015

Ancient knowledge given life in a virtual world (2012)

Ancient knowledge given life in a virtual world

10 February, 2014

3D animation helps preserve Indigenous history (2011)

3D animation helps preserve Indigenous history

7 February, 2014

Territory Natural Resource Management and Landcare Forum (2011)

‘Wundanyuka Kulu Jujuju – The Sea Turtle And The Osprey’ were presented by John Bradley and Brent McKee to a standing ovation at the Territory Natural Resource Management and Landcare Forum (13 October 2011) .

13 October, 2011