'Jardiwanpa's going to be on soon' was the response I was most often greeted with when I first arrived in Yuendumu in late 2005 to begin a research project on Warlpiri
songs and ceremonies.
Anthropologists will enjoy the classical methodology of Yasmine's Musharbash's "'Country', 'community' and 'growth town': Three spatio-temporal snapshots of Warlpiri
experiences of home" and Martina Giuffre's "The transnational matrifocal home among Cape Verdean migrant women: The case of the Santo Antao island".
The conclusion that partial wh-movement is the overall preferred construction in Estonian for forming complex wh-questions allows to place Estonian among languages as diverse as Hungarian, Russian, Serbian-Croatian, Czech, Romani, Polish, Albanian, Frisian, but also Hindi, Bangla, Kashmiri, Marathi, Iraqi Arabic, Warlpiri
, and Passamaquoddy (Fanselow 2006 : 442-443).
people living in Australia's Northern Territory don't even have a term for the word "colour".
A family/community capacity building approach is seen as the most beneficial in order to capitalise on the existing skills and competencies of Warlpiri
adults, so that they are more able to mentor and support others in community.
, Alyawarr, Kaytej, Wambeya, Jingili); all spoke
(2016 ) Desert Dreamers: with the Warlpiri
people of Australia.
Biddle is Director of Visual Anthropology and Visual Culture at the National Institute for Experimental Arts and the University of New South Wales and has spent more than three decades working with Warlpiri
communities in Central Australia conducting research.
The app uses the Warlpiri
language, ceremony, skin name and law to foster a sense of identity and belonging.
In August 1966, in Australia's remote Northern Territory, Aboriginal leader Vincent Lingiari led 200 Gurindji, Mudburra, and Warlpiri
workers and their families--90% of the staff at Wave Hill cattle station--from a century of servitude to British multinational company Vestey's.