A documentation of Gun-nartpa texts
|Affiliation||Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education|
|Collection Status||Collection online|
|Landing Page Handle||http://hdl.handle.net/2196/6fc9abbe-31de-46df-b506-11f8dcd5d219|
Summary of the collection
The collection will include recordings of Gun-nartpa speakers from a range of ages. The recordings will be segmented into prosodic units, and time-aligned annotations will represent interlinear and intonational information and translations. It is hoped that these annotations will enable further investigation of the interactions between verb serialisation, prosody, and event structure, and will be added to an existing annotated corpus of narratives and other genres recorded by the researcher in 1993-94.
Gun-nartpa speakers in the Cadell river region of north-central Arnhem Land
Gun-nartpa, a Burarra dialect, is spoken in the Cadell river region of north-central Arnhem Land. There are approximately 300 speakers and the language is still learned as a first language by young children.
Documenting Gun-nartpa, an endangered language spoken in the Cadell river region of north-central Arnhem Land.
Acknowledgement and citation
To refer to any data from the collection, please cite as follows:
Carew, Margaret. 2013. A documentation of Gun-nartpa texts. Endangered Languages Archive. Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/2196/00-0000-0000-0009-D095-7. Accessed on [insert date here].