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Hidden gems symposium 2013

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An international symposium exploring the role of libraries and archives in the revitalisation of Indigenous language and culture. Indigenous people, librarians, archivists, linguists and museum …

An international symposium exploring the role of libraries and archives in the revitalisation of Indigenous language and culture. Indigenous people, librarians, archivists, linguists and museum professionals sharing their experiences of working in the field of language documentation and revitalisation. http://blogs.sl.nsw.gov.au/hidden-gems/
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  • 1. The Role of Libraries and Archives in Cultural Revitalisation
  • 2. 26th/27th August 2013 International Symposium State Library of New South Wales Macquarie Street, Sydney
  • 3. FREE EVENT s p o n s o r e d b y ATSILIRN Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Library, Information and Resource Network IFLA SIG International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Indigenous Matters Special Interest Group
  • 4. Speakers + workshops A place to explore the role of libraries and archives in the revitalisation of Indigenous languages
  • 5. Ghil'ad Zuckermann The University of Adelaide Michael Walsh SLNSW Rediscovering Indigenous Languages researcher John Hobson The University of Sydney Desmond Crump and Olivia Robinson State Library of Queensland Sarah MacQuade State Library of Western Australia Some of our Australian SPEAKERS
  • 6. Daryl Baldwin Myaamia Language Center Miami University in Oxford Ohio, United States Paul Diamond and Ariana Tikao Alexander Turnbull Library (New Zealand). Kimberly Christen Washington State University (United States) Some of our International SPEAKERS
  • 7. Cocktail Party featuring a display of original material
  • 8. OTHER ACTIVITIES I. Tour inside and outside the Library I. Aboriginal Tour of Sydney (28th August 2013)
  • 9. Info & Registrations mgalassi@sl.nsw.gov.au or http://blogs.sl.nsw.gov.au/hidden-gems/