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People on Vanuatu’s Malekula Island speak more than 30 Indigenous languages. Here’s why we must record them (30 December 2020)
Malekula, the second-largest island in the Vanuatu archipelago, has a linguistic connection to Aotearoa. All of its many languages are distantly related to te reo Māori and the island is the site of a long-term project to document them.
Linguistweets – 15 minutes. Hashtag. Go! (11 December 2020)
Two University of Waikato projects were the only New Zealand submissions selected to take part in a recent, unique Twitter event.
There is no question that we must act, and act fast, on climate change. This week’s climate emergency declaration by the New Zealand government acknowledges the urgency of the climate crisis and the need to collectively confront it.
Fulbright Scholar directly affected by the pandemic (10 November 2020)
The University of Waikato’s Associate Professor Karen Barbour was one of only seven New Zealand scholars to receive a Fulbright Scholar Award in 2020.
Date Wednesday 10 - Friday 12 February 2021 Time 9am (Wednesday 10 February) - 5pm (Friday 12 February) Location University of Waikato, Hamilton
The University of Waikato will be hosting the 2020 New Zealand Linguistics Society Language and Society Conference from 10 - 12 February 2021. The intention is for the conference to…
Date Thursday 25 - Friday 26 March 2021
With support from the Australasian Association of Philosophy. The intentionality of consciousness may be defined as the relation according to which conscious states have an "aboutness", they point to something…