I will be posting here from time to time about the latest news on my projects, and any upcoming speaking appeareances.
Heron Kulukul is a brilliant Paamese young man, who has worked with me on various research projects in Vanuatu for the past four years. Today, he obtained his Bachelor of Science, majoring in Mathematics and Physics from the University of the South Pacific, and I want to tell him and the world how proud I … Continue reading Congratulations Heron!
If you are thinking animations could be useful to your future research project or study, don’t hesitate to reach out, I can help! Linguistic fieldwork and elicitation-based data collection has been hit hard by the pandemic. But these challenges turned into the opportunity to train myself in design and character animation. I followed a four … Continue reading MAPS – Designing culturally relevant elicitation stimuli
Monolingual schooling in English is a contributing factor to the loss of indigenous languages (see Bromham, Hua, Algy, & Meakins 2020, and Bromham et al. 2022). This is why initiatives like the one by a South-Pacific community is so important. Please spread the word and consider taking part of it! https://gofund.me/dd0f84f7 Bromham, L., Hua, X., … Continue reading Fund raising for an indigenous language school in Vanuatu
https://www.metnetscandinavia.com/post/paths If, for some reason, you ended up on a remote South Pacific island and chat with its inhabitants about their family, someone may tell you this: (1) Namusil sise onen Mama onak ‘I followed my mother’s path’ (Paamese) If you grew up in a WEIRD country (Western European Industrialized Rich & Democratic) like I … Continue reading PATHS
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