Bininj Kunwok

rockartCharles Darwin University and the Australian National University, in conjunction with the Bininj Kunwok Regional Language Centre, are pleased to offer this online course.

Kunwinjku is an Australian Indigenous language spoken by around 2000 people in West Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. It is part of the family of languages known as ‘Bininj Kunwok’ – ‘bininj’ meaning ‘people’ and ‘kunwok’ meaning ‘language’.

Students are welcome to enrol in this unit for credit through the Australian National University or Charles Darwin University in Semester 1, 2019

The course descriptions are generic for learning an Indigenous language, but in Semester 1, 2019 the language being studied is Bininj Kunwok (Kunwinjku)

ANU:

CDU:

You will need to enrol through one of these institutions to access the course materials.

For any enquiries, contact cathy.bow@cdu.edu.au