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NamePARADISEC collections
DescriptionPARADISEC (Pacific And Regional Archive for DIgital Sources in Endangered Cultures) curates digital material about small or endangered languages.
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ContributorBill Palmer
Entries536
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Added to System2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated in System2023-11-08 15:38:33
Subject linguistics, PARADISEC, language
Creator
PublisherPacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC)
Contactadmin@paradisec.org.au
Citation
DOI
Source URLhttps://catalog.paradisec.org.au
Linkbackhttps://catalog.paradisec.org.au
Date From
Date To
Image
Latitude From
Longitude From
Latitude To
Longitude To
Language
License
Usage Rights
Date Created (externally)

Details

Latitude
1.5445
Longitude
109.308
Start Date
1987-11-17
End Date
1987-11-17

Description

Narratives, oral history and events recorded in Selako (Indonesia).

Extended Data

ID
AA1
Languages
Kendayan - knx
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Alexander Adelaar
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65db
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AA1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AA1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
0.8555
Longitude
112.698
Start Date
1989-01-01
End Date
1989-01-01

Description

Collection of narratives recorded in Embaloh (Indonesia)

Extended Data

ID
AA2
Languages
Embaloh - emb
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Alexander Adelaar
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65dc
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AA2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AA2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
0.519
Longitude
109.5895
Start Date
1987-11-15
End Date
1987-11-15

Description

A story told in both Sungkung and Salako (Indonesia)

Extended Data

ID
AA3
Languages
Kendayan - knx
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Alexander Adelaar
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65dd
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AA3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AA3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Tiraq (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.0612
Longitude
167.311
Start Date
2004-09-18
End Date
2004-09-18

Description

Texts and elicitation sessions with various speakers of the Tiraq language. Some tapes have personal stories, some have copyrighted stories and some contain sacred knowledge.

Extended Data

ID
AB1
Languages
Bislama - bis, Mae - mme
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Amanda Brotchie
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65de
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AB1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AB1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
26.01165
Longitude
94.49215
Start Date
2008-04-22
End Date
2008-04-22

Description

A collection of elicited data and narratives in Suฬˆmi (Tibeto-Burman, Nagaland, India)

Extended Data

ID
ABT1
Languages
English - eng, Naga, Sumi - nsm
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Amos Teo
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65df
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/ABT1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/ABT1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
8.3505
Longitude
56.62
Start Date
1958-12-23
End Date
1958-12-23

Description

Recordings from a wide range of languages across South-east Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, North America and Europe.

Extended Data

ID
AC1
Languages
Abau - aau, Abkhaz - abk, Malay, Ambonese - abs, Ambulas - abt, Adyghe - ady, Amele - aey, Angal - age, Kahua - agw, Axamb - ahb, Arosi - aia, Ajië - aji, Angal Heneng - akh, 'Are'are - alu, Amharic - amh, Angal Enen - aoe, Anindilyakwa - aoi, Arapesh, Bumbita - aon, Arop-Sissano - aps, Arabic, Standard - arb, Aneityum - aty, Au - avt, Babatana - baa, Karnai - bbv, Bengali - ben, Bughotu - bgt, Biak - bhw, Baki - bki, Bilua - blb, Bola - bnp, Tibetan - bod, Dakaka - bpa, Bosmun - bqs, Bugawac - buk, Bulgarian - bul, Terei - buo, Baelelea - bvc, Bauro - bxa, Boikin - bzf, Czech - ces, Chamorro - cha, Chinese, Mandarin - cmn, Lonwolwol - crc, Welsh - cym, Danish - dan, Dehu - dhv, Dengka - dnk, Dani, Western - dnw, Dom - doa, Dobu - dob, Efik - efi, Askopan - eiv, Ekari - ekg, Greek - ell, English - eng, Enga - enq, Sie - erg, Efate, South - erk, Fataleka - far, Fijian - fij, Finnish - fin, Foi - foi, Frisian, Northern - frr, Futuna-Aniwa - fut, Ga - gaa, Nobonob - gaw, Kaytetye - gbb, Gao - gga, Gogodala - ggw, Ghanongga - ghn, Kiribati - gil, Gaelic, Scottish - gla, Greek, Ancient - grc, Chinese, Hakka - hak, Hausa - hau, Hawaiian - haw, Hindustani, Fijian - hif, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Hmong Njua - hnj, Hoava - hoa, Hula - hul, Hungarian - hun, Iaai - iai, Purari - iar, Igbo - ibo, Ilocano - ilo, Icelandic - isl, Italian - ita, Iwam, Sepik - iws, Yabem - jae, Javanese - jav, Japanese - jpn, Georgian - kat, Kabardian - kbd, Abadi - kbt, Kalanga - kck, Kewa, West - kew, Khmer, Central - khm, Kilmeri - kih, Kilivila - kij, Kiowa - kio, Kiwai, Southern - kjd, Zabana - kji, Kewa, East - kjs, Gugubera - kkp, Kâte - kmg, Kwoma - kmo, Korean - kor, Kapingamarangi - kpg, Koitabu - kqi, Kuanua - ksd, Kuni - kse, Uare - ksj, Kuman - kue, Kwara'ae - kwf, Kerewo - kxz, Lao - lao, Wala - lgl, Lengo - lgr, Lo-Toga - lht, Lithuanian - lit, Efate, North - llp, Lau - llu, Hano - lml, Lamenu - lmu, Loun - lox, Ganda - lug, Lavukaleve - lvk, Lewo - lww, Marshallese - mah, Malayalam - mal, Marathi - mar, Mazatec, Huautla - mau, Maisin - mbq, Maring - mbw, Melpa - med, Mekeo - mek, Malay, Kedah - meo, Motu - meu, Mailu - mgu, Mixtec, San Miguel el Grande - mig, Macedonian - mkd, Malo - mla, Malango - mln, To'abaita - mlu, Mwotlap - mlv, Emae - mmw, Rennell-Bellona - mnv, Manikion - mnx, Misima-Paneati - mpx, Maori - mri, Mwerlap - mrm, Mangareva - mrv, Marind - mrz, Murik - mtf, Mota - mtt, Manam - mva, Marovo - mvo, Ninde - mwi, Maewo, Central - mwo, Hmong Daw - mww, Mele-Fila - mxe, Burmese - mya, Chinese, Min Nan - nan, Nauruan - nau, Navajo - nav, Notsi - ncf, Sibe - nco, Ngalkbun - ngk, Gela - nlg, Namakura - nmk, Norwegian - nor, Ewage-Notu - nou, Natügu - ntu, Nupe-Nupe-Tako - nup, Tanna, Southwest - nwi, Ontong Java - ojv, Ambae, East - omb, Onjob - onj, Oroha - ora, Orokolo - oro, Palauan - pau, Pashto, Northern - pbu, Petats - pex, Rerep - pgk, Pijin - pis, Vaeakau-Taumako - piv, Pukapuka - pkp, Malagasy - plt, Paluan - plz, Paama - pma, Tuamotuan - pmt, Polish - pol, Pohnpeian - pon, Pawaia - pwa, Ramoaaina - rai, Rapa Nui - rap, Rarotongan - rar, Rakahanga-Manihiki - rkh, Romansch - roh, Romanian - ron, Rotokas - roo, Waima - rro, Rotuman - rtm, Roviana - rug, Sanskrit - san, Sa - sax, Siwai - siw, Sakao - sku, Sikaiana - sky, Samoan - smo, Sinaugoro - snc, Siane - snp, Sam - snx, Sobei - sob, Spanish - spa, Serbian - srp, Sinasina - sst, Phuthi - ssw, Owa - stn, Ulau-Suain - svb, Savosavo - svs, Swedish - swe, Suau - swp, Tahitian - tah, Tamil - tam, Tairora, North - tbg, Tawala - tbo, Telugu - tel, Tagalog - tgl, Sudest - tgo, Thai - tha, Thayore - thd, Teop - tio, Tikopia - tkp, Telefol - tlf, Talise - tlr, Tumleo - tmq, Tami - tmy, Kwamera - tnk, Lenakel - tnl, Whitesands - tnp, Tongan - ton, Tok Pisin - tpi, Toaripi - tqo, Touo - tqu, Triqui, Copala - trc, Triqui, San Martín Itunyoso - trq, Triqui, Chicahuaxtla - trs, Akei - tsr, Turkish - tur, Tawara - twl, Ubir - ubr, Uisai - uis, Ukrainian - ukr, Ulithian - uli, Umpila - ump, Ngarinyin - ung, Urdu - urd, Urat - urt, Uvean, West - uve, Valman - van, Vietnamese - vie, Varisi - vrs, Wandamen - wad, Wedau - wed, Wik-Mungkan - wim, Wallisian - wls, Wom - wmo, Wantoat - wnc, Wogeo - woc, Warumungu - wrm, Xhosa - xho, Sio - xsi, Khwe - xuu, Yapese - yap, Kap - ykm, Yele - yle, Maya, Yucatec - yua, Chinese, Yue - yue, Malay - zlm, Zulu - zul, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und, Ura (retired) - uur, Koro (retired) - kxr, Yir Yoront - yyr, Estonian - est, Latvian - lav, Chinese - zho
Countries
Afghanistan - AF, American Samoa - AS, Austria - AT, Australia - AU, Azerbaijan - AZ, Bulgaria - BG, Botswana - BW, Switzerland - CH, Cook Islands - CK, Chile - CL, China - CN, Czech Republic - CZ, Germany - DE, Denmark - DK, Estonia - EE, Spain - ES, Ethiopia - ET, Finland - FI, Fiji - FJ, Micronesia - FM, United Kingdom - GB, Georgia - GE, Ghana - GH, Greece - GR, Hungary - HU, Indonesia - ID, India - IN, Iceland - IS, Italy - IT, Japan - JP, Cambodia - KH, Kiribati - KI, Korea, North - KP, Korea, South - KR, Laos - LA, Lebanon - LB, Lithuania - LT, Latvia - LV, Madagascar - MG, Marshall Islands - MH, Macedonia - MK, Mexico - MX, Malaysia - MY, New Caledonia - NC, Nigeria - NG, Netherlands - NL, Norway - NO, Nauru - NR, New Zealand - NZ, French Polynesia - PF, Papua New Guinea - PG, Philippines - PH, Poland - PL, Palau - PW, Romania - RO, Russian Federation - RU, Solomon Islands - SB, Sweden - SE, Slovakia - SK, Thailand - TH, Tonga - TO, Uganda - UG, United States - US, Viet Nam - VN, Vanuatu - VU, Wallis and Futuna - WF, Samoa - WS, South Africa - ZA, Hong Kong - HK
Publisher
Arthur Capell
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AC1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AC1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
0.041500000000003
Longitude
115
Start Date
1912-01-01
End Date
1912-01-01

Description

Digital images of Arthur Capell's Pacific field notes and related materials. Images from countries including Papua New Guinea, Fiji, New Caledonia, Fiji, Solomon islands, New Zealand, Indonesia, American Samoa, Micronesia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Philippines, Timor-Leste and Vanuatu. The original documents are held at the National Library of Australia. The catalog of Capell's papers was prepared by his executor, Peter Newton.

Extended Data

ID
AC2
Languages
Arifama-Miniafia - aai, Ambulas - abt, Abui - abz, Aceh - ace, Adabe - adb, Adang - adn, Kahua - agw, Axamb - ahb, Arosi - aia, Araki - akr, 'Are'are - alu, Alor - aol, Uab Meto - aoz, Sa'a - apb, Apma - app, Arabic, Egyptian Spoken - arz, Dano - aso, Aneityum - aty, Anuki - aui, Aulua - aul, Awyi - auw, Awa - awb, Babatana - baa, Bali - ban, Batak Toba - bbc, Karnai - bbv, Bariai - bch, Bannoni - bcm, Bunama - bdd, Blagar - beu, Bunak - bfn, Bughotu - bgt, Banggai - bgz, Binandere - bhg, Bima - bhp, Biak - bhw, Binumarien - bjr, Baki - bki, Baikeno - bkx, Bilua - blb, Ghayavi - bmk, Banda - bnd, Bierebo - bnk, Dakaka - bpa, Bonggo - bpg, Bilba - bpz, Bieria - brj, Birao - brr, Budibud - btp, Bugis - bug, Terei - buo, Buna - bvn, Bwaidoka - bwd, Bauwaki - bwk, Bauro - bxa, Buhutu - bxh, Binahari - bxz, Qaqet - byx, Boikin - bzf, Cemuhî - cam, Chuukese - chk, Chuave - cjv, Lonwolwol - crc, Fataluku - ddg, German, Standard - deu, Doga - dgg, Daga - dgz, Dia - dia, Dixon Reef - dix, Kuijau - dkr, Dani, Western - dnw, Dobu - dob, Domu - dof, Papar - dpp, Dusun, Central - dtp, Dawawa - dww, Askopan - eiv, Ekari - ekg, Mussau-Emira - emi, English - eng, Sie - erg, Efate, South - erk, Eton - etn, Fagani - faf, Fataleka - far, Fijian - fij, Fore - for, French - fra, Futuna, East - fud, Futuna-Aniwa - fut, Alekano - gah, Gadsup - gaj, Galoli - gal, Gal - gap, Galeya - gar, Gayo - gay, Galela - gbi, Gedaged - gdd, Gao - gga, Kiribati - gil, Ghari - gri, Hahon - hah, Hakö - hao, Helong - heg, Hiw - hiw, Halia - hla, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Hoava - hoa, Hula - hul, Sabu - hvn, Purari - iar, Ibu - ibu, Ifo - iff, Iranun - ill, Ilocano - ilo, Indonesian - ind, Yabem - jae, Javanese - jav, Arandai - jbj, Yamdena - jmd, Japanese - jpn, Koiari, Grass - kbk, Kamano - kbq, Kei - kei, Kamoro - kgq, Keapara - khz, Kilivila - kij, Zabana - kji, Kewa, East - kjs, Ramopa - kjx, Erave - kjy, Maskelynes - klv, Kâte - kmg, Kalam - kmh, Kosraean - kos, Koitabu - kqi, Koromira - kqj, Kandas - kqw, Kuanua - ksd, Kuni - kse, Kusaghe - ksg, Wersing - kvw, Kwaio - kwd, Kwara'ae - kwf, Kwanga - kwj, Keningau Murut - kxi, Rapoisi - kyx, Dusun, Tambunan - kzt, Lamma - lev, Lungga - lga, Neverver - lgk, Lengo - lgr, Longgu - lgu, Lo-Toga - lht, Lakon - lkn, Efate, North - llp, Lau - llu, Lauan - llx, Hano - lml, Lamenu - lmu, Daantanai' - lni, Lorediakarkar - lnn, Loloda - loa, Lelepa - lpa, Larevat - lrv, Makuv'a - lva, Lavukaleve - lvk, Lewo - lww, Litzlitz - lzl, Madura - mad, Marshallese - mah, Makasar - mak, Malol - mbk, Maisin - mbq, Mengen - mee, Mekeo - mek, Motu - meu, Mailu - mgu, Moikodi - mkp, Makasae - mkz, Malo - mla, Malua Bay - mll, Malango - mln, To'abaita - mlu, Naha'ai - mlx, Mae - mme, Ambrym, North - mmg, Maii - mmm, Emae - mmw, Mbula - mna, Rennell-Bellona - mnv, Moni - mnz, Molima - mox, Vangunu - mpr, Misima-Paneati - mpx, Modole - mqo, Manggarai - mqy, Marino - mrb, Maori - mri, Mwerlap - mrm, Cheke Holo - mrn, Maragus - mrs, Vurës - msn, Mota - mtt, Maiwala - mum, Manam - mva, Minaveha - mvn, Marovo - mvo, Marau - mvr, Mpotovoro - mvt, Are - mwc, Ninde - mwi, Maewo, Central - mwo, Mele-Fila - mxe, Morawa - mze, Naasioi - nas, Sibe - nco, Nedebang - nec, Dhao - nfa, Äiwoo - nfl, Nagu - ngr, Takuu - nho, Nias - nia, Niue - niu, Duke - nke, Nokuku - nkk, Nukuoro - nkr, Dutch - nld, Gela - nlg, Nalögo - nlz, V'ënen Taut - nmb, Namakura - nmk, Letemboi - nms, Nimoa - nmw, Ambae, West - nnd, Nehan - nsn, Natügu - ntu, Nukumanu - nuq, Nukuria - nur, Nasarian - nvh, Tanna, Southwest - nwi, Ngad'a - nxg, Nafri - nxx, Oirata - oia, Ontong Java - ojv, Ambae, East - omb, Unua - onu, Oroha - ora, Ormu - orz, Ounge - oue, Oya'oya - oyy, Persian, Iranian - pes, Petats - pex, Rerep - pgk, Pagu - pgu, Vaeakau-Taumako - piv, Paulohi - plh, Paama - pma, Pohnpeian - pon, Portuguese - por, Papapana - ppn, Paicî - pri, Port Sandwich - psw, Port Vato - ptv, Gapapaiwa - pwg, Ramoaaina - rai, Rotokas - roo, Repanbitip - rpn, Ririo - rri, Waima - rro, Rotuman - rtm, Roviana - rug, Sa - sax, Simbo - sbb, Toraja-Sa'dan - sda, Bidayuh, Bukar-Sadong - sdo, Sewa Bay - sew, Sursurunga - sgz, Siwai - siw, Sumau - six, Seke - ske, Sika - ski, Sakao - sku, Sikaiana - sky, Lamaholot - slp, Samoan - smo, Simeulue - smr, Sumbawa - smw, Simeku - smz, Sinaugoro - snc, Nahavaq - sns, Sobei - sob, Solos - sol, Saposa - sps, Shark Bay - ssv, Owa - stn, Sulka - sua, Sunda - sun, Ulau-Suain - svb, Savosavo - svs, Suau - swp, Sangir - sxn, Tairora, North - tbg, Tawala - tbo, Tabaru - tby, Dusun, Tempasuk - tdu, Tetun - tet, Ternate - tft, Lawunuia - tgi, Tagalog - tgl, Sudest - tgo, Tangoa - tgp, Thai - tha, Teop - tio, Tikopia - tkp, Tobelo - tlb, Tolomako - tlm, Talise - tlr, Avava - tmb, Tumleo - tmq, Tami - tmy, Kwamera - tnk, Lenakel - tnl, Tanna, North - tnn, Whitesands - tnp, Tongan - ton, Taupota - tpa, Tok Pisin - tpi, Tinputz - tpz, Lehali - tql, Tomoip - tqp, Touo - tqu, Akei - tsr, Bwanabwana - tte, Tobati - tti, Torau - ttu, Titan - ttv, Mutu - tuc, Ambrym, Southeast - tvk, Tidore - tvo, Ubir - ubr, Ujir - udj, Ughele - uge, Uisai - uis, Ulithian - uli, Uripiv-Wala-Rano-Atchin - upv, Urdu - urd, Löyöp - urr, Uruava - urv, Vao - vao, Valpei - vlp, Lovono - vnk, Neve'ei - vnm, Varisi - vrs, Banam Bay - vrt, Wandamen - wad, Watubela - wah, Kaninuwa - wat, Wabo - wbb, Wedau - wed, Wagawaga - wgb, Muduapa - wiv, Waioli - wli, Wallisian - wls, Wantoat - wnc, Wolani - wod, Manombai - woo, Waropen - wrp, Fijian, Western - wyy, Kambera - xbr, Karore - xkx, Sio - xsi, Yapese - yap, Yagaria - ygr, Yaleba - ylb, Yele - yle, Karkar-Yuri - yuj, Zia - zia, Zulu - zul, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx, Ura (retired) - uur, Buli (retired) - bzq, Buru (retired) - mhs, Leti (retired) - lti, Mono (retired) - mte, Amba (retired) - utp, Niwer Mil - hrc, Fanameket - bjp, Warwar Feni - hrw, Persian - fas, Malay - msa, Teiwa - twe, Iranun (Philippines) - ilp, Iranun (Malaysia) - ilm
Countries
American Samoa - AS, Australia - AU, Germany - DE, Egypt - EG, Fiji - FJ, Micronesia - FM, Indonesia - ID, Iran - IR, Kiribati - KI, Libya - LY, Marshall Islands - MH, Malaysia - MY, New Caledonia - NC, Niue - NU, New Zealand - NZ, Papua New Guinea - PG, Philippines - PH, Solomon Islands - SB, Sudan - SD, Thailand - TH, East Timor - TL, Tonga - TO, Tuvalu - TV, Taiwan - TW, United States - US, Vanuatu - VU, Wallis and Futuna - WF, Samoa - WS, South Africa - ZA
Publisher
Arthur Capell
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AC2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AC2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
24.3075
Longitude
121.584
Start Date
1997-10-01
End Date
1997-10-01

Description

Recordings of narratives in Taroko (Taiwan).

Extended Data

ID
AIT1
Languages
Taroko - trv
Countries
Taiwan - TW
Publisher
Apay Tang
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AIT1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AIT1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
61.712
Longitude
-144.889
Start Date
2008-08-06
End Date
2008-08-06

Description

A collection of elicitation and narrative in Ahtena (United States)

Extended Data

ID
ALB01
Languages
Ahtena - aht, English - eng, Degexit'an - ing
Countries
United States - US
Publisher
Andrea Berez
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/ALB01
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/ALB01
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Deg Xinag (United States)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
65.408
Longitude
-160.8485
Start Date
2010-03-01
End Date
2010-03-01

Description

Materials in and about Deg Xinag Language

Extended Data

ID
ALB02
Languages
English - eng, Degexit'an - ing
Countries
United States - US
Publisher
Andrea Berez
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/ALB02
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/ALB02
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Recordings in Vanuatu

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17
Longitude
168.5
Start Date
1964-07-11
End Date
1964-07-11

Description

Recordings in Vanuatu in several languages, including Bislama, Ambae (East and West), and Ambrym (North).

Extended Data

ID
AM2
Languages
Bislama - bis, Ambrym, North - mmg, Ambae, West - nnd, Ambae, East - omb, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Andrew McIntyre
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AM2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AM2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Saliba (Papua New Guinea)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-10.6565
Longitude
150.718
Start Date
1995-06-12
End Date
1995-06-12

Description

Recordings of Saliba (Paupa New Guinea)

Extended Data

ID
AM3
Languages
Saliba - sbe
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Anna Margetts
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AM3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AM3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.2562
Longitude
160.765
Start Date
2002-12-01
End Date
2002-12-01

Description

Collection of nine texts in Lau. Speaker: Francis Aruwafu Recorded by Anna Margetts Transcription, free translation and morphological glosses by Anna Margetts and Francis Aruwafu Some annotations modified and added by Harriet Sheppard Francis Aruwafu (author of texts)

Extended Data

ID
AM4
Languages
English - eng, Lau - llu
Countries
Australia - AU, Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Anna Margetts
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AM4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AM4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
31.3926
Longitude
121.57
Start Date
1987-05-15
End Date
1987-05-15

Description

Recordings of reconstructions of Tang Music based on the work of Chen Ying Shi, Allan Marett, Lawrence Picken, Rembrandt Wolpert et al,

Extended Data

ID
AM5
Languages
Chinese, Mandarin - cmn, Japanese - jpn
Countries
China - CN, Japan - JP
Publisher
Allan Marett
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AM5
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AM5
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.5
Longitude
148.415
Start Date
2000-04-01
End Date
2000-04-01

Description

Collection of recordings in Tok Pisin. Includes data recorded in a variety of domains, including television.

Extended Data

ID
AP1
Languages
One, Molmo - aun, English - eng, Tok Pisin - tpi, Toaripi - tqo
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Adam Paliwala
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65e9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AP1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AP1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-4.105
Longitude
143.913
Start Date
2005-12-13
End Date
2005-12-13

Description

Kanda (Angoram) Moim

Extended Data

ID
AP2
Languages
Angoram - aog
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Anthony Phillips
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65ea
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AP2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AP2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-5.67276
Longitude
144.323
Start Date
1997-02-03
End Date
1997-02-03

Description

Audio tape recordings made during linguistic - anthropological field work in the Western Highlands of PNG, mostly with Ku Waru people since 1981. Video and written material will be added to the collection eventually. Lects variously designated as Melpa, Ku Waru, Temboka, Kakuyl, and Imbonggu belong to a single dialect continuum with perhaps 250,000 speakers. Note first that when I use the term Ku Waru to name an ethnographic region, this should in no way be taken to imply any kind of sharp boundaries either among regional dialects areas or among distinct 'peoples' in this part of highland New Guinea. The dialect spoken at Kailge where Francesca and I were based belongs to a dialect continuum which includes over two hundred thousand speakers (show area on map 1). Although the dialects near the outer edges of this region are not mutually intelligible, within it there is nothing but continuous gradation among them. Nor is there any single set of mutually exclusive names for dialects or 'languages' within the region, or for the continuum in toto. The term 'Ku Waru' that we have fixed on for ethnographic purposes is one that is used to highlight what is common to the locales on either side of the Tambul Range, from Kailge across to Winjaka (show on map), but for other purposes the Wijaka people and dialects are differentially classified as 'Kakuyl' and the Kailge ones as 'Napilya', after the major rivers that flow through their respective valleys. What is true of dialect gradation within this region is equally true of other dimensions of cultural or ethnic differentiation. While people draw distinctions among features and practices associated with particular locales, there is extensive intermarriage and other forms of social interaction across such difference, and no sense of sharp boundaries among discrete ethnic groups. To be sure, there is an important distinction drawn between the bo 'indigenous' and the kewa 'foreign', but this is a sliding scale rather than a categorical opposition (Rumsey 1999a). (rec by email 8/6/2004)

Extended Data

ID
AR1
Languages
Melpa - med
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Alan Rumsey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65eb
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AR1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AR1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Duna Music and Sound

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-5.6425
Longitude
143.457
Start Date
1973-10-13
End Date
1973-10-13

Description

Recordings by Peter White. 3 Reels of tape recorded in Southern Highlands Province, PNG recorded in 1970s & containing music and environmental sounds & interview

Extended Data

ID
AR2
Languages
Duna - duc, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Alan Rumsey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65ec
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AR2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AR2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

North Efate (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.438
Longitude
168.3485
Start Date
1966-06-01
End Date
1966-06-01

Description

North Efate (Vanuatu). Audio recordings including conversation, elicitation, song and text. A set of tapes recorded in 1966 on Nguna Island.

Extended Data

ID
AS1
Languages
Efate, North - llp
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Albert Schütz
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65ed
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Fijian (Fiji)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.4575
Longitude
179.2785
Start Date
1961-02-01
End Date
1961-02-01

Description

Recordings of Fijian (Fiji) regional dialects, also includes notes on a variety of topics. Villages are identified by three names, in this order: yasana โ€˜provinceโ€™, tikina โ€˜districtโ€™, koro โ€˜village.โ€™

Extended Data

ID
AS2
Languages
Namosi-Naitasiri-Serua - bwb, English - eng, Fijian - fij, Lauan - llx, Tongan - ton
Countries
Fiji - FJ
Publisher
Albert Schütz
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65ee
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AS2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AS2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.424505
Longitude
158.127
Start Date
1960-12-30
End Date
1960-12-30

Description

Tape held by Al Schรผtz but originally recorded by Samuel Elbert

Extended Data

ID
AS3
Languages
Pijin - pis
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Albert Schütz
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65ef
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AS3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AS3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-13.057
Longitude
143.468
Start Date
1996-01-01
End Date
1996-01-01

Description

Audio recordings from Gugubera and Yir Yoront (Australia).

Extended Data

ID
BA1
Languages
Gugubera - kkp, Yir Yoront - yyr
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Barry Alpher
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BA1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BA1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-16.891145
Longitude
153.9845
Start Date
1995-01-01
End Date
1995-01-01

Description

Reconstructing object markers in Oceanic languages. Honours thesis, collating data of pronominal systems in Oceanic languages and presenting a reconstruction of object markers for Proto Oceanic.(Historical reconstruction; Typological analysis) - BA Hons Thesis, ANU by Bethwyn Evans, 1995

Extended Data

ID
BE1
Languages
English - eng, Multiple languages - mul
Publisher
Bethwyn Evans
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BE1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BE1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-3.1105
Longitude
141.878
Start Date
2005-10-12
End Date
2005-10-12

Description

Audio recordings of Fas (also known as Momu). Includes phonological recordings and church songs in both Fas and Tok Pisin. This is a joint collection of materials gathered by Fiona Blake and Tom Honeyman in Mori Village, Sandaun Province PNG in 2005-2006. Individual items are in the Collections FB2 and TH1.

Extended Data

ID
BH1
Languages
Fas - fqs, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Tom Honeyman
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BH1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BH1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Besemah

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-4.149
Longitude
103.3625
Start Date
2008-06-20
End Date
2008-06-20

Description

The Besemah collection contains spontaneous conversations, semi-spontaneous and elicited narratives, elicited wordlists, and experimental data.

Extended Data

ID
BJM01
Languages
Malay, Central - pse
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Bradley McDonnell
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BJM01
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BJM01
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-27.4503
Longitude
118.755
Start Date
1992-04-06
End Date
1992-04-06

Description

Mangala Language (Australia)

Extended Data

ID
BLA1
Languages
Mangala - mem
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Brigitte Agnew
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BLA1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BLA1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-4.243
Longitude
143.3155
Start Date
1972-12-20
End Date
1972-12-20

Description

Two slit-drums, one player with two sticks to each drum

Extended Data

ID
BM1
Languages
Iatmul - ian
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Bob MacLennan
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
4.7585
Longitude
114.6385
Start Date
2011-12-04
End Date
2011-12-04

Description

Project funded by Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD). Audio and video texts were collected from Tutong speakers, generally aged above 60 yrs old, in the Tutong district of Brunei Darussalam, in 2007-2009. Project coordinator & recordist: Adrian Clynes. Speaker recruitment and Interviewer: Hj Ramlee Tunggal (retired secondary teacher, with a BA in Malay linguistics from UBD). Dictionary items elicitation: Juergen Burkhardt. Other support: Noor Azam Haji-Othman, Hj Ramlee Tingkong. Speakers of this language refer to it as (basa') Tutung or (with an older Malay-influenced spelling) Tutong. This is the only language in Brunei referred to in this way. The language label "Tutong 2" used by the Ethnologue following Wurm and Hattori 1981 is misleading. Wurm and Hattori's "Tutong 1" is referred to as the Dusun language in Brunei, and never (officially or informally) as "Tutong" (either 1 or 2).

Extended Data

ID
BN1
Languages
Tutong - ttg
Countries
Brunei - BN
Publisher
Adrian Clynes
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BN1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BN1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.1455
Longitude
155.4725
Start Date
1970-01-01
End Date
1970-01-01

Description

Audio texts and other materials in Torau (Oceanic). Torau is spoken by 1200 individuals in four villages (Rorovana 1, Rorovana 2, Tarara, Vito) on central east coast of Bougainville north of Arawa/Kieta.

Extended Data

ID
BP1
Languages
Torau - ttu
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Bill Palmer
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Kokota materials

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-8.041
Longitude
159.191
Start Date
1994-12-12
End Date
1994-12-12

Description

Audio texts and other materials in Kokota (Oceanic). Kokota is spoken by about 1200 individuals in Goveo and Sisiga, on the northeast coast of Santa Isabel, Solomon Islands, and in Hurepelo, on the south coast of Santa Isabel.

Extended Data

ID
BP2
Languages
Kokota - kkk
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Bill Palmer
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.605
Longitude
156.0045
Start Date
1993-01-18
End Date
1993-01-18

Description

The Northwest Solomonic grouping within Austronesianโ€™s Oceanic branch contains about 40 languages spoken in the New Georgia group and the on the islands of Santa Isabel and Choiseul in the Solomon Islands, and on Bougainville and Buka and their adjacent islands in Papua New Guinea.

Extended Data

ID
BP3
Languages
Bannoni - bcm, Cheke Holo - mrn, Simbo - sbb, Solos - sol, Uruava - urv
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Bill Palmer
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65f9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.1635
Longitude
154.9575
Start Date
2006-01-31
End Date
2006-01-31

Description

Papapana language (Bougainville)

Extended Data

ID
BP4
Languages
Papapana - ppn
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Bill Palmer
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65fa
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
1.594
Longitude
173.203
Start Date
1998-01-01
End Date
1998-01-01

Description

Micronesian materials (Kiribati and Marshallese)

Extended Data

ID
BP5
Languages
Kiribati - gil, Marshallese - mah
Countries
Kiribati - KI, Marshall Islands - MH, East Timor - TL
Publisher
Bill Palmer
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65fb
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP5
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BP5
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
26.808
Longitude
89.4165
Start Date
2009-02-03
End Date
2009-02-03

Description

A collection of audio recordings of narratives (personal and traditional), descriptions of traditional practices and tools

Extended Data

ID
BRX1
Languages
Meche - brx
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Prafulla Basumatary
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65fc
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BRX1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/BRX1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-16.98
Longitude
168.205
Start Date
1967-01-01
End Date
1967-01-01

Description

4 tapes - Central Vanuatu Historical Narratives. Bislama/Namakwa narratives related by Pastor Simbolo of Tongoa. 1 tape Radio Vanuatu Recording. This collection was located as a result of PARADISEC's 'Lost and Found' project and digitisation was funded by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language.

Extended Data

ID
CB3
Languages
Bislama - bis, Namakura - nmk
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Chris Ballard
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65fd
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CB3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CB3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.51
Longitude
118.11
Start Date
1977-01-01
End Date
1977-01-01

Description

Recordings of the Tarawangsa-kacapi ensemble from six locations in West Java, Indonesia in 1974, 1977, 1979. West Javanese music. The research resulted in the Collector's PhD Thesis, which is held at the National Library of Australia, https://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/189257

Extended Data

ID
CF1
Languages
Sunda - sun
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Cathy Falk
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65fe
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CF1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CF1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Mosina (Mosin) (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-13.894
Longitude
167.5155
Start Date
2002-06-09
End Date
2002-06-09

Description

Collection of 11 audio tapes and 4 MDs containing recordings of various Vurรซs speakers. Most of these recordings have a transcript, and many are also time-aligned in Transcriber and glossed in Toolbox with English and Bislama translations.

Extended Data

ID
CH1
Languages
Bislama - bis, Vurës - msn
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Catriona Malau
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc65ff
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CH1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CH1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
19.5
Longitude
93.75
Start Date
2012-09-11
End Date
2012-09-11

Description

Mro Khimi - Field Data and Phonological Analysis

Extended Data

ID
CH3
Languages
Chin, Mro - cmr
Countries
Myanmar - MM
Publisher
Christina Hornéy
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6600
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CH3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CH3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
25.8945
Longitude
109.244
Start Date
2012-08-13
End Date
2012-08-13

Description

Music of the Southern Kam (Dong) people of Guizhou, Guangxi and Hunan Provinces, China (2004-2006, and Feb-Jul 2008). ่ดตๅทžใ€ๅนฟ่ฅฟใ€ๆน–ๅ—็œไพ—ๆ—้Ÿณไน๏ผˆ2004ๅนด๏ผ2006ๅนด๏ผŒ2008ๅนด2ๆœˆ๏ผ7ๆœˆ๏ผ‰ Documentation of Southern Kam music making (including singing and instrumental playing), festivals and other cultural activities such as dyeing, weaving and instrument making. This collection was deposited by Catherine Ingram. Recordings were made and documented by members of the Kam communities and Catherine Ingram in Guizhou, Guangxi and Hunan Provinces (China) from September 2004 to March 2006. The collection includes sound and video recordings, photos, and photographed objects. The material also includes some interviews with Kam and Han Chinese people concerning Kam culture โ€“ especially Kam music.

Extended Data

ID
CI1
Languages
Dong, Southern - kmc
Countries
China - CN
Publisher
Catherine ่‹ฑๅ€ฉ่•พ Ingram
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6601
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CI1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CI1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.865
Longitude
125.59
Start Date
1969-01-01
End Date
1969-01-01

Description

Recordings of language data (narratives, myths, wordlists, interviews, conversation) and of music from Papua New Guinea and the North Moluccas (Indonesia). Languages recorded include Kuda, Bamu, Beami, Kubo, Gogodala, Faiwol, Ningrum, Yong, Zimakani, Hiri motu, Suki, Boazi, Asmat, Warhai, Basim, Kagas, Pirimapun, Tamageir, Tamageir, Jaxamit, Manep, Firanu, Todahe, Kebar, Inanwatan, Sebyar, Yahadian, Sahu, Brat, Moi, Manikion, Hatam, Tinam, Asmat, Samo, Ba, Dina, Awin, Santa Cruz, Demoi, Wembi, Waris, Woria, Amgotro, Niao Sawa, Apmisibil, Sawi, Warkai, Bipim, Keruawyu, Tamario, Erma.

Extended Data

ID
CLV1
Languages
Mpur - akc, Awyi - auw, Aekyom - awi, Mai Brat - ayz, Bamu - bcf, Beami - beo, Warkay-Bipim - bgv, Biak - bhw, Asmat, Central - cns, Dom - doa, English - eng, Faiwol - fai, Gamkonora - gak, Galela - gbi, Gogodala - ggw, Gobasi - goi, Hatam - had, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Purari - iar, Indonesian - ind, Arandai - jbj, Manem - jet, Kubo - jko, Kao - kax, Karon Dori - kgw, Kiwai, Northeast - kiw, Kuni-Boazi - kvg, Loloda - loa, Malay, North Moluccan - max, Meyah - mej, Motu - meu, Makian, East - mky, Manikion - mnx, Modole - mqo, Makian, West - mqs, Elseng - mrf, Moraid - msg, Moskona - mtj, Yahadian - ner, Nalögo - nlz, Natügu - ntu, Ninggerum - nxr, Pagu - pgu, Pare - ppt, Awyu, Asue - psa, Sahu - saj, Sawi - saw, Ma'ya - slz, Samo - smq, Suki - sui, Ngalum - szb, Suabo - szp, Tabaru - tby, Tamagario - tcg, Tanahmerah - tcm, Tobelo - tlb, Tok Pisin - tpi, Waioli - wli, Woria - wor, Waris - wrs, Yonggom - yon, Zimakani - zik, Malay - zlm, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und, Moi (retired) - mxn
Countries
Indonesia - ID, Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB, Taiwan - TW
Publisher
Bert Voorhoeve
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6602
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CLV1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CLV1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-22.38
Longitude
166.055
Start Date
1980-01-01
End Date
1980-01-01

Description

Recordings in Xรขrรขcรนรน and Xรขrรขgurรจ (Thio, New Caledonia) made in 1977, 1980 and 1984. Data includes stories, conversation, history stories, names, song and chants. Four reel to reels and seven cassettes

Extended Data

ID
CM1
Languages
Xârâcùù - ane, Xaragure - axx, French - fra, Numee - kdk
Countries
New Caledonia - NC, Norfolk Island - NF
Publisher
Claire Moyse-Faurie
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6603
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-7.004
Longitude
139.065
Start Date
1958-06-01
End Date
1958-06-01

Description

Materials deposited by Ruth H. Roesler and The Evangelical Alliance Museum created by Calvin Roesler. Their work was among the Asmat people in the swamps of the south coast. Linguistic work of devising a spelling system and translation of Scripture was carried out as was recording of anthropological data. It includes folktales, origins, customs, songs, daily life and linguistic analysis. Items 001 to 054 are audio recordings and all following items are notes, most of which are transcripts of audio.

Extended Data

ID
CR1
Languages
Asmat, Casuarina Coast - asc, Asmat, Central - cns
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Ruth Roesler
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6604
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CR1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CR1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-15.76
Longitude
168.189
Start Date
2003-06-04
End Date
2003-06-04

Description

texts in the Abma language, of various genres: custom stories, explanations, descriptions, personal narratives, conversation, songs, comparisons.

Extended Data

ID
CS2
Languages
Apma - app
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Cindy Schneider
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6605
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CS2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CS2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-9.177
Longitude
166.497
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

Audio recordings from Papua New Guinea and Samoa. Areas and languages include Mekeo, Manus, Motu, Sepik, Mila Mila, Manam, Mambu also Pidgin and Samoan. Data includes songs, radio recordings, music, and interviews. Files held in University of Wollongong Archives: http://archivesonline.uow.edu.au/nodes/view/665

Extended Data

ID
D160_5
Languages
English - eng, Fore - for, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Iwam, Sepik - iws, Kilivila - kij, Mekeo - mek, Motu - meu, Manam - mva, Samoan - smo, Tok Pisin - tpi, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG, Samoa - WS
Publisher
Percy Cochrane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6606
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/D160_5
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Ugong (Thailand)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
19.13
Longitude
100.4955
Start Date
1977-02-28
End Date
1977-02-28

Description

Audio recordings of Gong (Thailand). Includes word lists, sentence elicitation narrative and songs. Also a small amount of recording in Laomian.

Extended Data

ID
DB1
Languages
Bisu - bzi, Lao - lao, Lamet - lbn, Lahu - lhu, Laomian - lwm, Thai, Northern - nod, Phunoi - pho, Phu Thai - pht, Lua' - prb, Thai - tha, Ugong - ugo
Countries
Thailand - TH
Publisher
David Bradley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6607
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DB1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DB1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-5.164155
Longitude
145.3685
Start Date
2010-07-21
End Date
2010-07-21

Description

A collection of various materials gathered about several Papuan languages spoken in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.

Extended Data

ID
DD1
Languages
Akrukay - afi, Aiome - aki, Amaimon - ali, Nend - anh, Anor - anj, Atemble - ate, Bongu - bpu, Apali - ena, English - eng, Faita - faj, Gants - gao, Jilim - jil, Mum - kqa, Male - mdc, Musak - mmq, Aruamu - msy, Paynamar - pmr, Panim - pnr, Pulabu - pup, Rao - rao, Rerau - rea, Sileibi - sbq, Sepen - spm, Tok Pisin - tpi, Yangulam - ynl, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Don Daniels
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6608
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DD1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DD1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Gayo (Gajo, Indonesia)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
4.3815
Longitude
97.2335
Start Date
1998-05-04
End Date
1998-05-04

Description

Audio recordings of Gayo (Indonesia). Includes traditional stories, historical narratives and conversation. Recordings made in a variety of locations in Aceh. Tape 2: Aman Hadijah. The story of the elephant, the mousedeer and the shellfish. Other discussion between Domenyk Eades, Aman Hadijah, Ahmad Yuzar and others. Recorded in Paya Raje, Bukit region, Central Aceh Recorded on 14 May 1998 Tape 3: Muhammad Daud: Three stories. 1. Example of melangkan ritual speech. 2. The story of the New Order 3. The origin of the Gayo people. All recorded in Kampung Sinar, Bukit region, Central Aceh. Recorded on 16 May 1998 Tape 4: A.R. Hakim Aman Pinan: Depik. (Takengon) Aman Kerna: Chatting and telling tales from the past. (Isak village, Linge region) Recorded on 11 September 1998. Tape 5: Aman Das: Stories of the Dutch and Japanese occupation of Aceh. Domenyk Eades chatting with other people in Isak village, Linge region. Recorded on 16 September 1998 Tape 6: Aman Kerna relating his experiences during the Dutch colonial period. Recorded in Isak village, Linge region on 11 October 1998 Tape 7: A.R. Hakim Aman Pinan: The tale of Puteri Pukes (followed by discussion) Recorded in Takengon, 26 May 1998

Extended Data

ID
DE1
Languages
Gayo - gay
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Domenyk Eades
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6609
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DE1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DE1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-1.79
Longitude
118.11
Start Date
1973-02-01
End Date
1973-02-01

Description

A collection of audio recordings, mostly of music and song from a range of languages. Indonesian recordings include song sand music from a variety of genres mainly recorded at specific events, lectures, history narratives. Sasak data includes music, song and description. Malaysian data includes radio recording of music and live musical performance. Languages recorded include Balinese (Bali), Batak Simalungan (Tumur, Simelungan), Indonesian (Indonesia), Malay (Malaysia), Sasak (Lombok, Indonesia).

Extended Data

ID
DG1
Languages
Bali - ban, Batak Mandailing - btm, Batak Simalungun - bts, Batak Karo - btx, English - eng, Indonesian - ind, Sasak - sas, Sunda - sun, Malay - zlm, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Indonesia - ID, Malaysia - MY
Publisher
David Goldsworthy
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc660a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DG1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DG1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-4.494735
Longitude
141.344
Start Date
1976-07-01
End Date
1976-07-01

Description

Miyan (Mian, Mianmin) tapes, recorded by Don Gardner, sent to O Sebastian Fedden The men interviewed, and the guys who acted as translators, came from different parts of Miyan territory, and there are certainly differences in dialect. Interviews about ritual matters.

Extended Data

ID
DG3
Languages
Mian - mpt
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Don Gardner
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc660b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DG3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DG3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.4575
Longitude
179.2785
Start Date
1986-02-01
End Date
1986-02-01

Description

Audio recordings of music and song in Fiji from a wide variety of genre. Some with descriptions and explanations. Ranges from traditional performance, to children's songs and modern Fijian pop. Languages recorded include English and Fijian (Fiji, Standard Fijian, Eastern Fijian, Nadroga, Naadronga).

Extended Data

ID
DG4
Languages
English - eng, Fijian - fij
Countries
Fiji - FJ
Publisher
David Goldsworthy
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc660c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DG4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DG4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-7.601235
Longitude
141.89355
Start Date
2012-09-27
End Date
2012-09-27

Description

Collection of slides from Fiji, Indonesia, Samoa and Tonga.

Extended Data

ID
DG5
Languages
Fijian - fij, Indonesian - ind, Samoan - smo, Tongan - ton, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Australia - AU, Fiji - FJ, Indonesia - ID, New Zealand - NZ, Tonga - TO, United States - US, Samoa - WS
Publisher
David Goldsworthy
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc660d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DG5
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DG5
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-4.397
Longitude
143.873
Start Date
1970-01-01
End Date
1970-01-01

Description

Audio recordings of Biwat (Papua New Guinea). Recordings include song, narrative, grammatical testing, . Also one or two recordings in the following languages: Pidgin, Tok Pisin, Sepik Pidgin, Puhoi, Moim, Kambot, Wosera, Ngala, Muhiang Arapesh,(Papua New Guinea), Ririo Babatana, Varese, Ruviana (Soloman), Cimbrian (Italy, Australia and USA), Hindi, Upper Chehelis Salish (India), Aranda, Lamalama (Australia), Chinese (Location not specified), Arabic (Palestinian Territory), Hebrew (Chile)

Extended Data

ID
DL1
Languages
Ambulas - abt, Angoram - aog, Mufian - aoj, Arabic, Standard - arb, Arrarnta, Western - are, Babatana - baa, Bavarian - bar, Terei - buo, Biwat - bwm, Cimbrian - cim, Chehalis, Upper - cjh, Chinese, Mandarin - cmn, German, Standard - deu, English - eng, Hebrew - heb, Hindi - hin, Ap Ma - kbx, Kwoma - kmo, Lamu-Lamu - lby, Manambu - mle, Ngala - nud, Pijin - pis, Ririo - rri, Roviana - rug, Tok Pisin - tpi, Varisi - vrs, Hanga Hundi - wos, Kap - ykm, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx, Mor (retired) - moq
Countries
Australia - AU, Chile - CL, India - IN, Italy - IT, New Zealand - NZ, Papua New Guinea - PG, Palestinian West Bank and Gaza - PS, Solomon Islands - SB, United States - US
Publisher
Don Laycock
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc660e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.5
Longitude
148.415
Start Date
2011-10-17
End Date
2011-10-17

Description

Digital images of Don Laycock's field notes and related materials for languages in Papua New Guinea. There are 65 books in all. โ€ข C series: 11 notebooks; no page numbers. โ€ข D series: 36 notebooks (29 and 31 are missing). Pages numbered sequentially from D1 through to D36 (pp. 1-5525) Not yet digitised: โ€ขBlue exercise books: five books with sequential page numbering (pp. 1-297). One exercise book is missing (pp. 197-246). โ€ข Miscellaneous notebooks: 13, no page numbers Metadata compiled by Doug Marmion, 2001.

Extended Data

ID
DL2
Languages
Amal - aad, Ambrak - aag, Arapesh, Abu' - aah, Abau - aau, Abu - ado, Ambakich - aew, Andai - afd, Tapei - afp, Angor - agg, Agi - aif, Ak - akq, Amol - alx, Amanab - amn, Alamblak - amp, Amto - amt, Angoram - aog, Arapesh, Bumbita - aon, Taikat - aos, One, Molmo - aun, Aruek - aur, Awyi - auw, Au - avt, Awun - aww, Baibai - bbf, Beli - bey, Odiai - bhf, Bikaru - bic, Nai - bio, Bahinemo - bjh, Bungain - but, Bun - buv, Buna - bvn, Biwat - bwm, Pouye - bye, Banaro - byz, Boikin - bzf, Chambri - can, Changriwa - cga, Chenapian - cjn, Dia - dia, Kapriman - dju, Daonda - dnd, Elepi - ele, Elkei - elk, Fas - fqs, Niksek - gbe, Gaikundi - gbf, Taiap - gpn, Gorovu - grq, Imonda - imn, Iteri - itr, Iwam - iwm, Manem - jet, Dera - kbv, Kaiep - kbw, Ap Ma - kbx, Kilmeri - kih, Kis - kis, Awtuw - kmn, Kwoma - kmo, Kamasau - kms, Kyenele - kql, Isaka - ksi, Kwanga - kwj, Kwomtari - kwo, Kairiru - kxa, Pahi - lgt, Langam - lnm, Aruop - lsr, Malol - mbk, Mongol - mgt, Siliput - mkc, Elseng - mrf, Murik - mtf, Nabi - mty, Mekmek - mvk, Juwal - mwb, Ningera - nby, Yale - nce, Ningil - niz, Namia - nnm, Mehek - nux, One, Inebu - oin, Olo - ong, Owiniga - owi, Pyu - pby, Pagi - pgi, Piame - pin, Pinai-Hagahai - pnn, Papi - ppe, Pei - ppq, Pasi - psq, Puare - pux, Rao - rao, Yahang - rhp, Rawo - rwa, Seti - sbi, Sinagen - siu, Auwe - smf, Samo - smq, Saniyo-Hiyewe - sny, Sera - sry, Sissano - sso, Seta - stf, Suganga - sug, Torricelli - tei, Haruai - tmd, Tumleo - tmq, Wiarumus - tua, Tabriak - tzx, Urim - uri, Urat - urt, Vanimo - vam, Valman - van, Marangis - wax, Minidien - wii, Walio - wla, Wom - wmo, Wanap - wnp, Warapu - wra, Waris - wrs, Wutung - wut, Kombio - xbi, Kopar - xop, Karawa - xrw, Yimas - yee, Yetfa - yet, Yis - yis, Kap - ykm, Yaul - yla, Yil - yll, Yangum Mon - ymo, Yerakai - yra, Yessan-Mayo - yss, Karkar-Yuri - yuj, Kalou - ywa, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx, Yau (retired) - yyu, Mende (retired) - sim, Bouni - suo
Countries
Indonesia - ID, Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Don Laycock
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc660f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DL2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DL2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.2505
Longitude
168.5035
Start Date
1994-01-01
End Date
1994-01-01

Description

Collection made between 1994 and 1998 by David Luders and George Pakoasongi in Efate-Shepherd Island region of Vanuatu. It records over thirty hours of speech and song. The speech is in Namakura language and Bislama and the song is in local languages. To these recordings is added one of a broadcast by Radio Vila on 1967. That recording concerns the chief Roimata whose burial was excavated by Josรฉ Garanger in 1967 and the recorded broadcast is referred to in his published report of the excavation (Garanger, Josรฉ 1972. Archรฉologie des Nouvelles-Hebrides: Contribution ร  la Connaissance des รฎles du Centre. Publications de la Societรฉ des Oceanistes. No. 30. Paris. ORSTOM) Much of this material is confidential and requires a password for access. Those recordings that do not include the first, LPC 1 (the Radio Vila broadcast), and some of those in the Bongabonga series, as indicated. Apart from LPC 1, the recordings are in four series, as follows. SIMBOLO (1 to 11) Password required This series is mostly song. They are named for the performer, Pastor Simbolo, an aore (โ€˜songmasterโ€™) originally of Mangarisu village, Tongoa island (Shepherd Is.). Pastor Simbolo, who claims to have been born in 1911, had the chiefly title of Taripoakoto. He did not begin a Western-style education (and thence go on to train as a Presbyterian pastor) until he had an extensive training in customs and songs on Tongoa. MATANAURETONG (1 TO 7) Password required This series is the history of the chief Ti Tongoa Liseiriki, told by Amos Ti Tongoa Liseiriki in Namakura language and Bislama. BONGABONGA (1 to 35) Password required for most This series contains the histories of the chiefs Taripoamata, Ti Matasso na Mata and Ti Matasso Tonoriki in Namakura language and Bislama of Bongabonga village, Tongoa and a number of other recordings in Namakura language. These include a โ€˜Life of a Chiefโ€™ series, two recordings concerning a critical dispute over succession to a chiefly title at Bongabonga, three on the relationships between chiefs at Bongabonga and between them and others elsewhere, two on custom law, one detailing the protocol of ceremonial pig-killing. Other material includes the responsibilities of a particular lesser chief of Bongabonga, an โ€˜Aspects of Lifeโ€™ series covering various details of traditional life, a number of stories of notable events (shipwrecks, murders and chiefly assassinations) and relations between certain chiefs of Tongoa and Emae.

Extended Data

ID
DLGP1
Languages
Bislama - bis, Namakura - nmk
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
David Luders
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6610
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DLGP1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DLGP1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.62274
Longitude
141.0175
Start Date
2000-03-25
End Date
2000-03-25

Description

Wutung: A Papuan language of the Sko Phylum spoken in Sandaun Province, PNG. About 600 speakers; still the first language for the majority of children, but everyone also learns and makes daily use of Tok Pisin and English (and for many also Bahasa Indonesia), so rapid language shift could occur at any time. 27 x 1 hour cassette tape recordings collected as part of PhD fieldwork.

Extended Data

ID
DM1
Languages
English - eng, Manem - jet, Wutung - wut
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Doug Marmion
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6611
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
0
Longitude
150
Start Date
1970-01-01
End Date
1970-01-01

Description

These references are for items not otherwise incorporated into language search mechanisms

Extended Data

ID
External
Languages
Arosi - aia, Arapesh, Bumbita - aon, Sa'a - apb, Apma - app, Biak - bhw, Bislama - bis, Bahinemo - bjh, Bauro - bxa, Chambri - can, Cham, Western - cja, Cham, Eastern - cjm, Darling - drl, English - eng, French - fra, Kiribati - gil, Ghari - gri, Iwam, Sepik - iws, Kwoma - kmo, Kwara'ae - kwf, Longgu - lgu, Lakon - lkn, Lau - llu, Hano - lml, Lavukaleve - lvk, Manambu - mle, Mwerlap - mrm, Mota - mtt, Maewo, Central - mwo, Gela - nlg, Ambae, West - nnd, Natügu - ntu, Ngala - nud, Nukumanu - nuq, Pijin - pis, Vaeakau-Taumako - piv, Rarotongan - rar, Kriol - rop, Rotuman - rtm, Sa - sax, Seke - ske, Sikaiana - sky, Samoan - smo, Owa - stn, Savosavo - svs, Sowa - sww, Tikopia - tkp, Touo - tqu, Titan - ttv, Varisi - vrs, Wogamusin - wog, Yapese - yap, Yerakai - yra
Countries
Australia - AU, Cook Islands - CK, Fiji - FJ, Micronesia - FM, France - FR, Indonesia - ID, Cambodia - KH, Kiribati - KI, Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB, Viet Nam - VN, Vanuatu - VU, Samoa - WS
Publisher
Various Various
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6612
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/External
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/External
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Fas (Papua New Guinea)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-3.1006
Longitude
141.898
Start Date
2005-01-08
End Date
2005-01-08

Description

10 Audio cassettes of Fas language recorded in Mori Village, Sandaun Province Papua New Guinea, January 2005. Audio recordings of Fas (AKA Momu). Recordings include elicitation, greetings, word lists, texts, and singing.

Extended Data

ID
FB1
Languages
Fas - fqs
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Fiona Honeyman
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6613
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/FB1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/FB1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Fas (Papua New Guinea)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-3.1105
Longitude
141.878
Start Date
2005-09-26
End Date
2005-09-26

Description

A collection of elicitation sessions, texts, song, and performances from a field trip in late 2005 to early 2006. The work focuses on the language "Fas" or "Momu". This was a collaborative project. See also collections TH1 and BH1.

Extended Data

ID
FB2
Languages
Fas - fqs
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Fiona Honeyman
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6614
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/FB2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/FB2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.345
Longitude
114.1235
Start Date
2007-03-13
End Date
2007-03-13

Description

Materials from Jane Simpson's Field Methods class 2007

Extended Data

ID
FM1
Languages
Banjar - bjn
Countries
France - FR, Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Jane Simpson
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6615
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/FM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/FM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
2.897
Longitude
98.2515
Start Date
2010-03-10
End Date
2010-03-10

Description

Field methods 2010 class

Extended Data

ID
FM2
Languages
Batak Karo - btx, English - eng
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Jane Simpson
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6616
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/FM2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/FM2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-34.78385
Longitude
138.811
Start Date
1980-01-01
End Date
1980-01-01

Description

Recordings of the Italian Folk Ensemble and associated groups (Adelaide, South Australia), 1980s-2007, collected by Antonio Comin. Five quarter-inch reel tapes, seven cassette tapes, 11 CDs and associated texts. For background information see Comin, Antonio, & Barwick, Linda. (2012). Re-presenting Italy in Australia through Theatre and Music, 1972-2002. In L. Barwick & M. Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's musical landscape (pp. 41โ€“64). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press. See also Barwick, Linda. (2012). Italian Traditional Music in Adelaide in the 1970s and 1980s. In L. Barwick & M. Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape (pp. 65โ€“82). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.

Extended Data

ID
GAC1
Languages
English - eng, Italian - ita
Countries
Australia - AU, Italy - IT
Publisher
Antonio Comin
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6617
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GAC1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GAC1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-15.9515
Longitude
168.228
Start Date
1976-07-01
End Date
1976-07-01

Description

M.A. Thesis

Extended Data

ID
GE1
Languages
Sa - sax
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
George Elliott
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6618
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GE1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GE1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-11.6168
Longitude
155.3635
Start Date
1955-01-01
End Date
1955-01-01

Description

George Grace's manuscript collection at the University of Hawai'i

Extended Data

ID
GG1
Languages
Anus - auq, Biga - bhc, Bonggo - bpg, Fijian - fij, Mor - mhz, Nabi - mty, Kuri - nbn, Ormu - orz, Paicî - pri, Mo - wkd, Waropen - wrp, Matbat - xmt, Mor (retired) - moq
Countries
Fiji - FJ, Indonesia - ID, New Caledonia - NC, Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
George Grace
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6619
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GG1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GG1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.423
Longitude
124.05
Start Date
2007-12-03
End Date
2007-12-03

Description

This collection documents languages of Alor-Pantar, Indonesia, with a focus on the Western Pantar (Lamma) language

Extended Data

ID
GH2
Languages
Alor - aol, Blagar - beu, Indonesian - ind, Wersing - kvw, Lamma - lev
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Gary Holton
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc661a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GH2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GH2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-4.243
Longitude
143.3155
Start Date
2008-10-18
End Date
2008-10-18

Description

Stories recorded during fieldwork among Iatmul (Ndu,Papuan) in East Sepik Province, PNG, in 2008. The stories have been told by children and adolescents for whom Iatmul L2 and illustrate obsolescence phenomena. Related publications: โ€ข 2016. โ€˜The zero-marked switch-reference system of the Papuan language Iatmulโ€™. Gijn, Rik van & Hammond, Jeremy (eds.), Switch Reference 2.0. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins (TSL 114); 231-252. โ€ข 2015. โ€˜Iatmulโ€™. Grandi, Nicola & Kรถrtvรฉlyessy, Lรญvia (eds.), Edinburgh Handbook of Evaluative Morphology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; 408-415. โ€ข 2014. โ€˜Future tense, prospective aspect, and irrealis mood as part of the situation perspective: Insights from Basque, Turkish, and Papuanโ€™. De Brabanter, Philippe & Kissine, Mikhail & Sharifzadeh, Saghie (eds.), Future times, future tenses. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Oxford Studies of Time in Language and Thought); 138-164. โ€ข 2011. โ€˜Questions on transitivity: Iatmul and beyondโ€™. Kratochvรญl, Frantiลกek & Coupe, Alexander & LaPolla, Randy J. (eds.), Studies in transitivity. Insights from language documentation. Special issue of Studies in Language 35.3: 555-587. โ€ข 2009. โ€˜Clause linkage in a language without coordination: the adjoined clause in Iatmulโ€™. Helmbrecht, Johannes & Nishina, Yoko & Shin, Yong-Min & Skopeteas, Stavros & Verhoeven, Elisabeth (eds.), Form and Function in Language Research. Papers in Honour of Christian Lehmann. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter; 139-150. โ€ข 2009. โ€˜Origin and development of the Iatmul focus construction: Subordination, desubordination, resubordinationโ€™. Folia Linguistica 43.2: 345-390. โ€ข 2009. โ€˜Switch-reference constructions in Iatmul: Forms, functions, and developmentโ€™. Lingua 119: 1316-1339. Postdoctoral thesis (German: Habilitationsschrift): โ€ข 2012. University of Regensburg (Germany): โ€˜A grammar of Iatmulโ€™. Referees: Geoffrey Haig, Johannes Helmbrecht, Ulrike Mosel. https://www.academia.edu/1247243/A_grammar_of_Iatmul Funding (as part of): โ€ข La Trobe University, Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Research Centre for Linguistic Diversity (now: Centre for Research on Language Diversity), 1 March 2005 โ€“ 28 February 2008 โ€ข Charles La Trobe Research Fellowship, 1 June 2008 โ€“ 25 September 2009

Extended Data

ID
GJ1
Languages
Iatmul - ian
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Gerd Jendraschek
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc661b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GJ1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GJ1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Golin materials

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.2425
Longitude
144.8505
Start Date
2003-06-01
End Date
2003-06-01

Description

Material on the Golin language (PNG) resulting from a field methods course at the University of Melbourne

Extended Data

ID
GN1
Languages
English - eng, Golin - gvf
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Nicholas Evans
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc661c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GN1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GN1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.1705
Longitude
159.0365
Start Date
1975-04-11
End Date
1975-04-11

Description

Cheke Holo history, folktales and legends

Extended Data

ID
GW1
Languages
Cheke Holo - mrn
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Geoffrey White
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc661d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GW1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GW1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
33.57065
Longitude
134.745
Start Date
1987-01-01
End Date
1987-01-01

Description

Recordings of performances, lessons and discussions with biwa players of diverse traditions, made between 1984 and 2000.

Extended Data

ID
HDF1
Languages
Japanese - jpn
Countries
Japan - JP
Publisher
Hugh de Ferranti
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc661e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/HDF1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/HDF1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Dia (Papua New Guinea)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-3.6167
Longitude
141.067
Start Date
2002-01-01
End Date
2002-01-01

Description

Miscellaneous texts recorded 2002 and 2004. A collection of short texts in Dla, mostly in the minority dialect (Papua New Guinea). Audio recordings also include lexical items, verb paradigms, stories, cry-singing and remarks.

Extended Data

ID
HDS1
Languages
Dia - dia, Dera - kbv, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Indonesia - ID, Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Hilário de Sousa
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc661f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/HDS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/HDS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-9.54883
Longitude
147.322
Start Date
1953-07-29
End Date
1953-07-29

Description

Tubusereia, Papua New Guinea Dance and Church Music, December 1969. 2 National Tapes - Recorded December 1969. 5 45rpm EP discs - Papua New Guinea Music 1969. 11 Photos from Tubusereia - Dec 1969. The audio is from the predominantly Motu village of Tubusereia, near Moresby. The depositor, Ian Campbell, recalls: "The recording was made when I was staying in the village in 1969-70 as part of the NUAUS โ€˜Villageโ€™ Scheme which operated in the late Australian colonial admin period and in 1969 was in its second year of operation โ€“ first was in 1968 โ€“ Australian uni students stay in PNG villages. Prior to the village stay I had been in contact, inter alia, at UNSW with Charles Lepani, who was then an undergrad at UNSW, now is PNG High Commissioner to Australia, and others, including Bernard Narakobi, later PNG Supreme Court Justice. Tubuseriea was the home village of Renagi Lohia, first PNG Ambassador to UN. The family I stayed with in Tubusereia was โ€˜Leahโ€™. Later visited Wewak, Goroka, Chimbu area, Mt Hagen, Lae, Rabaul, including meetings in Rabaul with John Kaputin, later PNG Finance and Trade Minister."

Extended Data

ID
IC1
Languages
Motu - meu, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Ian Campbell
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6620
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/IC1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/IC1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
7.7
Longitude
81.7
Start Date
1973-10-24
End Date
1973-10-24

Description

Mostly from my 1973-4 field trip to Batticaloa. Elicitation tapes; free conversations; songs and music. Language Note: Although the current ethnologue language categories provide a single code covering all "Indo-Portuguese", it has been recognized since the time of Schuchardt that the northern "Norteiro" varieties differ from the southern ones. Sri Lanka Portuguese is structurally quite different from the Norteiro varieties of Daman, Diu and Korlai, and would certainly be mutually unintelligible (though this statement has not been tested). I am currently documenting the differences and will be applying to have the current code "idb" retired and replaced by two (or more?) codes that reflect the linguistic differences.

Extended Data

ID
IRS01
Languages
English - eng, Indo-Portuguese - idb, Tamil - tam
Countries
Sri Lanka - LK
Publisher
Ian Russell Smith
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6621
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/IRS01
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/IRS01
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-7.52
Longitude
147.2975
Start Date
1976-11-05
End Date
1976-11-05

Description

Audio recordings of Numbami (Papua New Guinea) made by Joel Bradshaw. Recordings include narratives, conversation, children's conversation and descriptions of life.

Extended Data

ID
JB1
Languages
Numbami - sij
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Joel Bradshaw
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6622
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JB1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JB1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-7.973195
Longitude
145.787
Start Date
1993-11-07
End Date
1993-11-07

Description

Kaki Ae [tbd] texts collected during field research in 1993. Eight texts are included complete with digitized audio file; ELAN file with time-aligned sentence, word, gloss; interlinear text with morpheme breaks and glosses in pdf format.

Extended Data

ID
JC1
Languages
Kaki Ae - tbd
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
John M Clifton
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6623
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JC1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JC1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-7.665
Longitude
144.5995
Start Date
1967-01-01
End Date
1967-01-01

Description

Audio recordings of Northeast Kiwai (Papua New Guinea). Recordings include mainly narratives, with some minimal pair and lexical item elicitation. This material consists of a) copies of a series of audiotapes; and b) a set of written texts from the same period. It was mostly collected in the early to mid sixties, though some goes back to the fifties. I have no record of the exact dates on which the recordings were made. Some of the written texts (such as the one titled Tuoma) have been transcribed from the audiotapes, others were dictated to the writer. There is one text, written by a semi-literate Gope man, which I have left in the authorโ€™s own hand along with a few short autograph letters written by Uroma speakers. The original audiotapes, the majority of which are 5โ€ BASF reels, remain in my possession. Nearly all the material is in the language spoken at the village called Kivaumai on the map Kikori Papua New Guinea prepared by the Royal Australian Survey Corps in 1979. The village (Neโ€™edai/Gowoโ€™u) at the time of my visits was located on a pleasant black sand beach on the seaward side of Uramu [sic] Island, situated between Paia Inlet on the west & Era Bay on the east in the Gulf Province of Papua New Guinea; I understand that this village site was subsequently abandoned, perhaps due to the work of the tireless sea.

Extended Data

ID
JH1
Languages
Kiwai, Northeast - kiw
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG, Singapore - SG
Publisher
John Harris
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6624
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JH1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JH1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-1.6105
Longitude
142.9495
Start Date
2000-01-01
End Date
2000-01-01

Description

Wuvulu texts, stories and songs from PNG

Extended Data

ID
JH2
Languages
Wuvulu-Aua - wuv
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
James Hafford
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6625
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JH2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JH2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Whitesands (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-19.476
Longitude
169.3815
Start Date
2007-12-03
End Date
2007-12-03

Description

Audio recordings of Whitesands (Vanuatu). Recordings include lexical items, paradigms, instructions and descriptions of traditional items and events, phonetic details, narratives (many with transcription), historical narrative, song, conversation, public speeches and elicitation using video stimulus (the MPI 'staged events' and 'reciprocals' videos). Written materials in the local language and photographs are also provided.

Extended Data

ID
JHWS1
Languages
Whitesands - tnp
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Jeremy Hammond
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6626
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JHWS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JHWS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Whitesands (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-19.476
Longitude
169.3815
Start Date
2009-03-07
End Date
2009-03-07

Description

Audio recordings of Whitesands (Vanuatu). Includes interviews and narratives. Collection also includes photographs and materials on the language.

Extended Data

ID
JHWS2
Languages
Whitesands - tnp
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Jeremy Hammond
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6627
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JHWS2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JHWS2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.5995
Longitude
150.747
Start Date
1978-01-01
End Date
1978-01-01

Description

This is a link to recordings made by Jerry Leach in Trobriand / Kiriwinian from the late 1960s to 1978 and held in the Smithsonian. As of 2008 this material has not yet been digitised. https://sova.si.edu/search?q=Jerry+Leach+Trobriand

Extended Data

ID
JL1
Languages
Kilivila - kij
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Jerry Wayne Leach
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6628
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Anejom Dictionary

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-20.191
Longitude
169.8255
Start Date
2001-01-01
End Date
2001-01-01

Description

Anejomฬƒ dictionary (John Lynch and Philip Tepahae, 2001, Canberra: Pacific Linguistics)

Extended Data

ID
JL2
Languages
Aneityum - aty
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
John Lynch
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6629
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JL2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JL2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Biwat (Papua New Guinea)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-4.387
Longitude
143.8535
Start Date
2005-12-10
End Date
2005-12-10

Description

Audio recordings of Biwat (Papua New Guinea). Languages as given include Mudukumo, Mekmek (related to Mudukumo), Yaul, Sangriwa and Biwat. Recordings include lexical elicitation, stories, texts, prayers, and instructions.

Extended Data

ID
JM1
Languages
Biwat - bwm, Changriwa - cga, English - eng, Mekmek - mvk, Tok Pisin - tpi, Yaul - yla
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
James McElvenny
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc662a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-7.1055
Longitude
146.0245
Start Date
1983-09-07
End Date
1983-09-07

Description

Kukษจna Yaguye - Yagwoia recordings from 1977-1979 (Papua New Guinea). Audio recordings include spells, narratives, music, myth and conversations.

Extended Data

ID
JM2
Languages
Tok Pisin - tpi, Yagwoia - ygw
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Jadran Mimica
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc662b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JM2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JM2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-7.1055
Longitude
146.0245
Start Date
1985-09-01
End Date
1985-09-01

Description

Audio recordings of Yagwoia (Papua New Guinea). Includes dream reports, narrative accounts.

Extended Data

ID
JM3
Languages
Tok Pisin - tpi, Yagwoia - ygw
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Jadran Mimica
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc662c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JM3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JM3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Kimaragang (Malaysia)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
6.5495
Longitude
117.0195
Start Date
2007-12-11
End Date
2007-12-11

Description

A trilingual Kimaragang (Malaysia) dictionary which features example sentences for every form of each word. In is a text file in Toolbox (Shoebox) form. In the present state only about 1/3 of the entries contains English. Much editing and many additions remain to be done. (Also Malay)

Extended Data

ID
JMJ1
Languages
Kimaragang - kqr
Countries
Malaysia - MY
Publisher
James Martin Johansson
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc662d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JMJ1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JMJ1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Bohuai

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-2.0925
Longitude
146.934
Start Date
2011-11-11
End Date
2011-11-11

Description

A collection of recordings, transcriptions, and other materials collected in 2001 (Massey University, New Zealand), 2007 (Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea), and 2011 (Manus Island, Papua New Guinea). Language is called Pohowa, not Bohuai, by Rose Porowai.

Extended Data

ID
JN2
Languages
Tulu-Bohuai - rak
Countries
New Zealand - NZ, Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
John Newman
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc662e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JN2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JN2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-5.0405
Longitude
122.5275
Start Date
2005-03-17
End Date
2005-03-17

Description

Recordings made for field methods class at Sydney University on Muna (Wuna, Mounan โ€“ Indonesia).

Extended Data

ID
JS1
Languages
Muna - mnb
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Jane Simpson
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc662f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.8202
Longitude
177.843
Start Date
2131-07-16
End Date
2131-07-16

Description

Data from the Plantation Languages of Fiji Project. Audio recordings include conversations, speeches, and some recordings of school-aged children. Languages recorded in include Fiji English, Fiji Hindi, Pidgin Fijian, Pidgin HIndustani and Kiribati. Also some recordings of Nauru Pidgin (Nauru).

Extended Data

ID
JS2
Languages
Bhojpuri - bho, Chinese Pidgin English - cpi, English - eng, Fijian - fij, Kiribati - gil, Hindustani, Fijian - hif, Hindi - hin
Countries
Fiji - FJ, Nauru - NR
Publisher
Jeff Siegel
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6630
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JS2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JS2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Yapese

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
9.537
Longitude
138.125
Start Date
2011-02-15
End Date
2011-02-15

Description

Yapese dictionary and texts

Extended Data

ID
JTJ1
Languages
Yapese - yap
Countries
Micronesia - FM
Publisher
John Jensen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6631
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JTJ1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JTJ1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Foi recordings (PNG)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.4525
Longitude
143.4955
Start Date
1979-08-22
End Date
1979-08-22

Description

Stories, songs, public discourse and other Foi spoken language recordings, 1979-1989, collected in the Mubi Valley, Southern Highlands Province, PNG. There are transcriptions and translations of these recordings in notebooks held by the Pacific Archive at the Menzies Library, Australian National University. For access to these files, please email butlin.archives@anu.edu.au.

Extended Data

ID
JW1
Languages
Foi - foi, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
James Weiner
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6632
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JW1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JW1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Texts in Tok Pisin (PNG)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-6.5
Longitude
148.415
Start Date
1970-01-01
End Date
1970-01-01

Description

A collection of some 4,645 texts in Tok Pisin recorded by Fr. John Z'graggen from the early 1970s. Tapes of these texts are held in the Museum der Kulturen Basel, Switzerland. See also the DWU collection here which includes Fr Z'graggen's tapes.

Extended Data

ID
JZ1
Languages
Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
John Zgraggen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6633
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JZ1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JZ1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.5
Longitude
148.415
Start Date
1968-01-01
End Date
1968-01-01

Description

Audio recordings made in Papua New Guinea. Languages listed are Sialum, Dodua, Mape, Kovai. Also includes Momire, Kรขte, Tobo, Mindik, Burum, Sene, Hube, Moliu, Kinalaknga, Komba, Migabac, Ono, Nomu, Nabak, Kumukio, Wamora, Kosorong and Mรขgobineng. One recording of bird song also made.

Extended Data

ID
KM1
Languages
Burum-Mindik - bmu, Dedua - ded, Kinalakna - kco, Kube - kgf, Kâte - kmg, Komba - kpf, Kovai - kqb, Borong - ksr, Kumukio - kuo, Mape - mlh, Momina - mmb, Migabac - mpp, Momare - msz, Nabak - naf, Nomu - noh, Ono - ons, Sene - sej, Sialum - slw, Tobo - tbv, No linguistic content - zxx, Moi (retired) - mxn
Countries
Indonesia - ID, Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Ken McElhanon
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6634
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
6.4375
Longitude
157.754
Start Date
1950-11-01
End Date
1950-11-01

Description

Pohnpeian Dictionary (Micronesia). Image files of a typescript Pohnpeian dictionary of some 5,000 entries produced in 1950.

Extended Data

ID
KR1
Languages
Pohnpeian - pon
Countries
Micronesia - FM
Publisher
Kenneth Rehg
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6635
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KR1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KR1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.482
Longitude
118.7495
Start Date
2005-08-04
End Date
2005-08-04

Description

LSA 301 Field Methods Class - Nggahi Mbojo Grammatical and Text elicitation by Linguistics Society of America Summer Institute Field Methods Class at MIT from 28 June - 4 August 2005. Co-teachers were Jane Simpson, Mary Laughren and David Nash

Extended Data

ID
KY1
Languages
Bima - bhp, English - eng
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Kamaludin Yusra
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6636
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KY1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KY1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
17.4463
Longitude
120.442
Start Date
1993-02-01
End Date
1993-02-01

Description

Field recordings relating to popular theatre performances in 1993 and 1995 in Burgos (Ilocos Sur), and Vigan (Ilocos Sur), Philippines. February 1993, Luna and Burgos (Ilocos Sur) - 9 hours of video recordings of komedya rehearsal, performance, and associated parades etc. (video tape series VT93/1-8); with parallel audio recording of performance and taped interview with performers (audio tape series AT93/1-5; some recorded with the assistance of Dr Ubaldo Stecconi). Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Dr Raul Pertierra. April-May 1995, Vigan (Ilocos Sur) - 10 hours of recordings of 2 komedyas, 1 zarzuela and other associated material including parades, song sessions and Chinese opera. VT95/2-6; AT95/1-2. Fieldwork carried out in conjunction with Dr Raul Pertierra. Collection includes VHS tape dubs of all Hi-8 originals and one cassette tape dub of an original field recording made by Dr Raul Pertierra circa 1976 in Burgos (Ilocos Sur).

Extended Data

ID
LB1
Languages
English - eng, Chinese, Hakka - hak, Ilocano - ilo, Tagalog - tgl
Countries
Philippines - PH
Publisher
Linda Barwick
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6637
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LB1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LB1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
44.0184
Longitude
10.4497
Start Date
1992-07-12
End Date
1992-07-12

Description

Field recordings of maggio sung popular theatre and related events recorded by Linda Barwick from 1992-2000, mainly in the Garfagnana region of Tuscany (Italy). Linda Barwick also holds annotated booklets of the texts published by the Centro tradizioni popolari della Provincia di Lucca, which have been marked up with details of when relevant recordings start and finish.

Extended Data

ID
LB2
Languages
Italian - ita, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Italy - IT
Publisher
Linda Barwick
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6638
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LB2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LB2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

South West Bay (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.5275
Longitude
167.4395
Start Date
2006-06-27
End Date
2006-06-27

Description

Audio recordings of South West Bay (Also know as Nahavaq) in Vanuatu. Audio recordings include word lists, elicitation, custom stories, history, instructions and demonstrations in traditional food and craft, sports commentary and conversation. Also includes photographs of field work

Extended Data

ID
LD1
Languages
Bislama - bis, English - eng, Nahavaq - sns
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Laura Dimock
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6639
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LD1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LD1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.45
Longitude
86.1675
Start Date
2009-09-14
End Date
2009-09-14

Description

Audio recordings of grammatical elicitation, words lists, texts, narratives and conversations. Also one video recording of conversation picture task. Sessions mainly conducted in Nepali and Yolmo. Accompanying Transcriber or ELAN files provided for most files. Also a small number of recordings with Kagate speakers (Ramechhap district), Melamchi Valley Yolmo speakers and Ilam Yolmo speakers.

Extended Data

ID
LG1
Languages
Nepali - nep, Helambu Sherpa - scp, Kagate - syw
Countries
Nepal - NP
Publisher
Lauren Gawne
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc663a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LG1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LG1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-19.5905
Longitude
169.442
Start Date
1982-01-01
End Date
1982-01-01

Description

Recordings made from the early 1980s onwards by Lamont Lindstrom in Tanna. This collection was located as a result of PARADISEC's 'Lost and Found' project and digitisation was funded by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language.

Extended Data

ID
LL1
Languages
Kwamera - tnk
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Lamont Lindstrom
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc663b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
18.357
Longitude
122.206
Start Date
2006-02-03
End Date
2006-02-03

Description

Field recordings of Dupaningan Agta, also known as Dupaninan Agta or Eastern Cagayan Agta. The recordings include elicitation sessions, wordlists, stories, and songs. The elicitation sessions and wordlists are conducted primarily via the trade language Ilocano (Ilokano), but occasionally also via the medium of Tagalog (AKA Filipino or Pilipino).

Extended Data

ID
LR1
Languages
Agta, Central Cagayan - agt, Alta, Northern - aqn, Atta, Pamplona - att, Agta, Casiguran Dumagat - dgc, Agta, Dupaninan - duo, English - eng, Ilocano - ilo, Itawit - itv, Tagalog - tgl
Countries
Philippines - PH
Publisher
Laura Robinson
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc663c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LR1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LR1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-20.9381
Longitude
167.26
Start Date
1980-05-16
End Date
1980-05-16

Description

Ifejicatre, contes et lรฉgendes de Lifou (Iles Loyautรฉ) en langue drehu (Lifu, NC). Ile rรฉcits traditionnels recueilles au fues d'informateurs durant l'annรฉe 1980-par M.Sam Lรฉonard et M. Lercari Claude

Extended Data

ID
LS1
Languages
Dehu - dhv
Countries
New Caledonia - NC
Publisher
Leonard Sam
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc663d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.789725
Longitude
141.313
Start Date
2000-03-01
End Date
2000-03-01

Description

Audio recordings of Krisa (also known as Isaka) in Papua New Guinea. Includes stories. original medium: audio cassettes dates of recordings: 2000-2001

Extended Data

ID
LSR1
Languages
Isaka - ksi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Lila San Roque
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc663e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSR1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSR1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.946
Longitude
140.8145
Start Date
2002-12-01
End Date
2002-12-01

Description

Five cassette tapes recorded in Skotchiau (Skotiau) village, Sandaun Province at the end of 2002/beginning of 2003. Languages include: Mnanki: In 2002 noted to be quite strong, kids learning, probably about 100 speakers in Skotiau village, and apparently also spoken in other villages. Probably classified as a variety of Manem. Manem: In 2002 noted to be in a similar situation to Mnanki (not as strong as Mnanki in Skotiau village but is apparently spoken in 5 other villages). Arso: Small amount recorded with a single female speaker, living in Skotchiau village, no other details known. Other languages spoken in the village in 2002 included Tok Pisin and Papuan Malay/Bahasa. No more recent information has been gathered by this researcher.

Extended Data

ID
LSR2
Languages
Taikat - aos, Manem - jet, Isaka - ksi, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Indonesia - ID, Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Lila San Roque
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc663f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSR2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSR2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.5825
Longitude
141.339
Start Date
1979-11-01
End Date
1979-11-01

Description

Audio recordings of stories (mostly secular, sometimes comic/bawdy) in numerous dialects from two language groups in the Morehead District, Western Province, Papua New Guinea. Recorded by Mary Ayres, Ph.D. during doctoral research conducted in 1979 - 1981. Translations (but not transcriptions) into English provided by local informants who were native speakers of the dialect. Associated funding: National Science Foundation of the United States Government Grant number: BNS 79-20932 Associated publication: This Side, That Side: Locality and Exogamous Group Definition in Morehead Area, Southwestern Papua Mary Clifton Ayres University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology March 1983

Extended Data

ID
MA1
Languages
English - eng, Guntai - gnt, Nambo - ncm, Namat - nkm, Wára - tci
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Mary Ayres
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6640
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MA1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MA1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Warapu (Papua New Guinea)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-3.064645
Longitude
142.012
Start Date
2001-04-17
End Date
2001-04-17

Description

Audio recordings of Warapu (Papua New Guinea). Recordings include word lists, stories, paradigms, discussions regarding dictionary, and history.

Extended Data

ID
MC1
Languages
English - eng, Tok Pisin - tpi, Warapu - wra
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Miriam Corris
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6641
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MC1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MC1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-3.065425
Longitude
142.0135
Start Date
2000-05-01
End Date
2000-05-01

Description

Audio recordings include tone elicitation, sociolinguistic attitudes interviews and music for Warapu and music and stories for One, Molmo.

Extended Data

ID
MC2
Languages
One, Molmo - aun, Warapu - wra
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Melissa Crowther
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6642
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MC2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MC2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.847685
Longitude
141.658
Start Date
2002-01-01
End Date
2002-01-01

Description

One - 6 full tapes and 4 half tapes (not endangered) Puare - 3 half tapes (endangered) Barupu - 1 full tape and 1 half tape (not endangered?) Rawo - 1 half tape (endangered) Note all tapes are 60 minutes long, and all languages are spoken in Sandaun Province, PNG

Extended Data

ID
MC3
Languages
One, Molmo - aun, Puare - pux, Rawo - rwa, Tok Pisin - tpi, Warapu - wra
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Melissa Crowther
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6643
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MC3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MC3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-3.073325
Longitude
142.037
Start Date
2012-09-27
End Date
2012-09-27

Description

MARK DONOHUE original medium: audio cassettes dates of recordings: 2000-2001 All burned as .AIFF data CDs. Archive copy of each CD in .AIFF data format.

Extended Data

ID
MD1
Languages
One, Molmo - aun, Skou - skv, Warapu - wra
Countries
Indonesia - ID, Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Mark Donohue
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6644
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MD1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MD1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Aceh (Indonesia)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
3.952
Longitude
96.649
Start Date
1982-12-13
End Date
1982-12-13

Description

Audio recordings of Aceh (Indonesia). Includes dialect survey, conversation among other things.

Extended Data

ID
MD4
Languages
Aceh - ace
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Mark Durie
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6645
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MD4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MD4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Aceh (Indonesia)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
4.02
Longitude
96.649
Start Date
1988-08-20
End Date
1988-08-20

Description

Audio recordings of Aceh (Indonesia). Includes word lists, songs, stories.

Extended Data

ID
MD5
Languages
Aceh - ace
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Mark Durie
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6646
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MD5
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MD5
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Drama Aceh

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
4.02
Longitude
96.649
Start Date
2008-06-17
End Date
2008-06-17

Description

Drama Aceh

Extended Data

ID
MD6
Languages
Aceh - ace
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Mark Durie
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6647
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MD6
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MD6
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-16.018
Longitude
167.3805
Start Date
2010-03-23
End Date
2010-03-23

Description

Grammatical and lexicon elicitation, conversations and stories collected in 2010 on Atchin island, Central Vanuatu

Extended Data

ID
MFD7
Languages
Uripiv-Wala-Rano-Atchin - upv
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Marie France Duhamel
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6648
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MFD7
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MFD7
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-15.8095
Longitude
168.7805
Start Date
1973-12-31
End Date
1973-12-31

Description

Reel to Reel Magnetic tapes mainly concerning the Motu people of Papua. There are also recordings from Samoa and Tonga.

Extended Data

ID
MG1
Languages
Toura - don, English - eng, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Motu - meu, Samoan - smo, Tongan - ton, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und
Countries
Australia - AU, Papua New Guinea - PG, Tonga - TO, Samoa - WS
Publisher
Murray Groves
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6649
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MG1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MG1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-12.27
Longitude
134.3705
Start Date
1993-11-20
End Date
1993-11-20

Description

The collection comprises digitised recordings of 75 audio tapes, recorded by Margaret Carew with Gun-nartpa and Burarra speakers between 1993-6 in the Maningrida region, Arnhem Land, NT Australia. Most of the material was recorded over a 6 month period at Gochan Jiny-jirra outstation, east of Maningrida. The recordings are of speakers of the Gun-nartpa dialect. Each item has one or two wav files (side A and usually side B), which are digitsed tape recordings. There is also an eaf file for each wav - they mostly contain one tier which logs the content of the recordings (in English). There are also text files - which contain the information in this logging tier.

Extended Data

ID
MLC1
Languages
Burarra - bvr
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Margaret Carew
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc664a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MLC1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MLC1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

North Ambrym (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.7345
Longitude
167.947
Start Date
1972-01-01
End Date
1972-01-01

Description

Audio recordings of North Ambrym (Vanuatu). Includes songs, rites, festival, interviews, speeches and discussion.

Extended Data

ID
MP1
Languages
Ambrym, North - mmg
Countries
Cook Islands - CK, Fiji - FJ, Kiribati - KI, New Caledonia - NC, Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Mary Patterson
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc664b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MP1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MP1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-5.161
Longitude
147.1395
Start Date
1966-01-01
End Date
1966-01-01

Description

The materials in this collection were retrieved and digitised by Sascha Vรถllmin at the Department of Linguistics at Zurich where they had been donated by the recorder, Professor Scheller. Their addition in PARADISEC was made possible through the cooperation and support of Balthasar Bickel, Mathias Jenyn and Sascha Vรถllmin. The brief notes on the collection and on Professor Schellerโ€™s research in Melanesia were compiled by Tonya Stebbins (Research Centre for Linguistic Typology at La Trobe University). PARADISEC believes that many of the items provided through this guide are no longer the subject of copyright restrictions, or have been cleared for display in this service by the Copyright owners. However, PARADISEC invites any individuals who believe they hold current rights over items provided through this service to make contact. Professor Scheller was born 17.5.1921 in Zurich and died 24.4.1991. He is remembered by colleagues and former students as being modest, highly intelligent and original. He was also noted for his commitment to attention to detail, being very diligent and careful. He had a great sense of humour, surfacing in his lectures and also occasionally in the recordings held by PARADISEC. Scheller suffered from ill health throughout his career and, along with his tendency to be highly critical of his own work, this resulted in him publishing relatively little. He was a supportive mentor for a number of students and was widely liked by colleagues. His interest in languages was surprisingly diverse: this included Indology (after becoming emeritus, he apparently translated a poetic work from the Sanskrit) as well as interests in Slavic a Celtic languages Plus he seems to also have studied non-European/Indogermanic languages (Turkish, Georgian) Scheller spent 7 months travelling in Papua New Guinea in 1966. The recordings in this collection were gathered during this period. It is clear that his interest in non-Indogermanic languages significantly predates this time since he lectured on "The language families of the world" in 1960/61, displaying his enormous knowledge of the diversity of world languages, and especially his knowledge of Melanesian/Papuan. Schellerโ€™s Habilitation apparently included discussions on how alienable and inalienable possession play a role in Indogermanic and this may have been the start of his interested in a wider typological profile of languages, including the languages of Melanesia which frequently distinguish these categories. โ€ข 1940 started studying Philology & Indogermanic languages in Zurich โ€ข 1948 PhD in Zurich (Die Oxytonierung der griechischen Substantiva auf -i?) โ€ข 1948-1954: numerous scholarships / assignments all over Europe (Prague, Paris, Munich, Oxford) โ€ข 1956/57 Habilitation in Zurich (Vedisch priy?- und die Wortsippe frei, freien, Freund. Eine bedeutungsgeschichtliche Studie) โ€ข Then: Worked in Zurich & Fribourg & Munich โ€ข 1975 Prof in Zurich, built a new institute from scratch, including a very good library comprising descriptions of many languages across the world โ€ข 1998 emeritus These biographical notes are based on information in the following source. (Thanks to Birgit Hellwig for her assistance with translating this material). Bisang, W; Rinderknecht, P. Von Europa bis Ozeanien โ€” von der Antonymie zum Relativsatz: Gedenkschrift fรผr Meinrad Scheller. Zรผrich, 15 - 37.

Extended Data

ID
MS2
Languages
Burum-Mindik - bmu, Qaqet - byx, Kairak - ckr, Mali - gcc, Yabem - jae, Iwal - kbm, Kâte - kmg, Kuanua - ksd, Borong - ksr, Kairiru - kxa, Mesem - mci, Musom - msu, Sera - sry, Sulka - sua, Tok Pisin - tpi, Tomoip - tqp, Taulil - tuh, Ura - uro, Waskia - wsk, Yamap - ymp, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Meinrad Scheller
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc664c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MS2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MS2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
24.046
Longitude
89.799
Start Date
2004-01-28
End Date
2004-01-28

Description

2003/4 Fieldwork, 19 minidiscs Mainly wordlists with a few texts, conversations and songs, collected at 9 sites across the Kamata/Rajbanshi areas of Nepal, India & Bangladesh (Ethnologue codes rkt, rjs)

Extended Data

ID
MT1
Languages
Bengali - ben, English - eng, Hindi - hin, Mru - mro, Rajbanshi - rjs, Rangpuri - rkt, Surjapuri - sjp
Countries
Bangladesh - BD, India - IN, Nepal - NP
Publisher
Matthew Toulmin
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc664d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MT1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MT1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.51
Longitude
118.11
Start Date
2005-08-14
End Date
2005-08-14

Description

Interview with Macassan musicians August 2005, made when they were visiting Darwin for the Garma Festival and the Darwin Festival.

Extended Data

ID
MT2
Languages
English - eng, Indonesian - ind
Countries
Australia - AU, Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Martin Thomas
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc664e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MT2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MT2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Besisi (Malasyia)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
2.8195
Longitude
101.676
Start Date
2001-01-07
End Date
2001-01-07

Description

Audio recordings of Besisi (Malaysia). Includes stories (general and personal), conversation, lexical material elicitation, history and speeches.

Extended Data

ID
NK1
Languages
English - eng, Mah Meri - mhe, Malay, Standard - zsm
Countries
Malaysia - MY
Publisher
Nicole Kruspe
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc664f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NK1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NK1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Chewong (Malasyia)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
3.7405
Longitude
102.081
Start Date
2005-04-19
End Date
2005-04-19

Description

Audio recordings of Chewong (Malasyia). Includes traditional stories, personal stories, elicited lexical materials and conversation.

Extended Data

ID
NK3
Languages
Cheq Wong - cwg
Countries
Malaysia - MY
Publisher
Nicole Kruspe
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6650
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NK3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NK3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Maring language (PNG)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-5.46735
Longitude
144.6235
Start Date
1991-01-01
End Date
1991-01-01

Description

"tapes of Maring language speakers (fringe Western Highlands and Madang Provinces PNG)- These are a mix or recordings of meetings, dispujtes, interviews and singing. The tapes date back to 1979, 1987 and 1991. I cannot pretend that Maring is an endangered language. Certainly in my experience it is in rude good health although it may well be changing under the impact of highlands Tok Pisin. On the other hand I think the tapes reflect what is now an historical record of the language from a very considerable variety of speakers and it is one that in the long run I woujld like to return to the Kwima community themselves. In this regard it may well be that the tapes would provide something of a record of certain rhetorical styles of speech making (see Merlan and Rumsey 1991) that may well be undergoing radical transformation or in decline." Neil MacLean

Extended Data

ID
NM1
Languages
Maring - mbw, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Neil Maclean
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6651
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

South Efate (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.65
Longitude
168.3425
Start Date
1995-08-16
End Date
1995-08-16

Description

Records in this collection were made during fieldwork, mainly in Erakor Village, Efate, Vanuatu since 1996. They consist of audio recordings of South Efate speakers, originally on audio cassettes (hence there are often A and B sides of a single item). There is a total of over 40 hours of language material, and the collection includes time-aligned transcripts in Elan for many recordings, and interlinear text for a small proportion of them. It also includes field notes. The material here is the basis for Thieberger's grammar of South Efate which also cites primary material in this collection. Where there is a transcript the file has the same name as the recording with a .txt extension. These transcriptions are not as accurate as the versions that are found in the interlinear annotation, and also have relics of earlier transcription conventions (p$ and m$ for coarticulated pฬƒ and mฬƒ). Many of these transcripts have then been interlinearised in the version that can be found in NT8. More recordings and other material in South Efate can be found in collections NT1 to NT7 in PARADISEC. A description of the collections is given here: https://go.coedl.net/NafsanMaterial

Extended Data

ID
NT1
Languages
Bislama - bis, Efate, South - erk, Lelepa - lpa
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6652
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Warnman (Australia)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-22.718
Longitude
122.3245
Start Date
2010-05-25
End Date
2010-05-25

Description

Audio recordings of Warnman (Australia). Includes songs, discussion, word lists (esp. plants) and traditional stories. Some in languages other than Warnman (although unidentified). Private items are not displayed.

Extended Data

ID
NT10
Languages
English - eng, Martu Wangka - mpj, Wanman - wbt
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6653
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT10
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT10
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

John Carlisle recording

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.2052
Longitude
127.4535
Start Date
1993-03-31
End Date
1993-03-31

Description

A recording with a man who grew up with Mirning (SE WA, Australia) speakers. Recorded in the Royal Perth hospital where he was temporarily a patient at the time.

Extended Data

ID
NT11
Languages
English - eng, Kalarko - kba
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6654
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT11
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT11
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.7735
Longitude
168.267
Start Date
2005-06-15
End Date
2005-06-15

Description

A grammatical description of the language of Erakor village, South Efate, Vanuatu.

Extended Data

ID
NT2
Languages
English - eng, Efate, South - erk
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6655
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.78305
Longitude
168.3345
Start Date
1911-01-01
End Date
1911-01-01

Description

South Efate documents, keyboarded versions of early texts written in South Efate. NT3-NadusIskei is the first book from Efate. NT3-catechism is the Efatese primer catechism and hymn book from 1911, text and images of the original. NT3-kenesis is Keyboarded from Genesis translated by Rev. J.Cosh (1874) NT3-scripturehistory, 1923,"Scripture History: Efate New Hebrides 1923. NT3-sope,Stories by Pastor Sope, Handwritten manuscript kept by Shirley Macrae (not the same as NT3-storian). NT3-storian. A rendering of the Sope stories into current usage, "Storian Blong Pastor Sope long lanwis blong Saot Efate we oli bin kamaot samples long yia 1950," Endis Kalsarap translated them into modern South Efate and into Bislama. The Sesake (a north Efate variety) document is a transcription of Bishop Patteson's manuscript.

Extended Data

ID
NT3
Languages
Bislama - bis, Efate, South - erk
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6656
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

South Efate pictures.

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.7843
Longitude
168.318
Start Date
2004-11-23
End Date
2004-11-23

Description

South Efate pictures. Photos resulting from fieldwork in Erakor village, South Efate, mainly plant identification photos.

Extended Data

ID
NT4
Languages
Efate, South - erk
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6657
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.78
Longitude
168.3395
Start Date
2005-10-19
End Date
2005-10-19

Description

NT5 is a set of audio and video recordings and transcripts from fieldwork between 2000 and 2008. It includes additional fieldwork in the Lelepa language, mainly on Lelepa Island.

Extended Data

ID
NT5
Languages
Efate, South - erk, Lelepa - lpa
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6658
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT5
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT5
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Lelepa, Vanuatu

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.5911
Longitude
168.2155
Start Date
2005-10-20
End Date
2005-10-20

Description

NT6 has audio and video recordings in the Lelepa language.

Extended Data

ID
NT6
Languages
Bislama - bis, Lelepa - lpa
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6659
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT6
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT6
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.7045
Longitude
168.3765
Start Date
2008-07-16
End Date
2008-07-16

Description

South Efate and Lelepa Island, photographs

Extended Data

ID
NT7
Languages
Efate, South - erk, Lelepa - lpa
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc665a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT7
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT7
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.7745
Longitude
168.3165
Start Date
2006-11-05
End Date
2006-11-05

Description

A dictionary and texts in South Efate. Created in Toolbox, this is a work-in-progress that will be updated periodically. Toolbox requires settings files (TYP) that accompany the main data. Thus the file NT8-TEXT-DIC_[DATE].txt has the accompanying file NT8-TEXT-DICTYP_[DATE].txt. The collection of texts in NT8-TEXT-TX_[DATE].txt has the TYP file in NT8-TEXT-TXTYP_[DATE].txt. Contact Nick Thieberger for the latest version of this material.

Extended Data

ID
NT8
Languages
Efate, South - erk
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc665b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT8
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT8
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.6665
Longitude
168.2675
Start Date
2006-12-27
End Date
2006-12-27

Description

Photos taken during 2006 fieldwork on South Efate and Lelepa.

Extended Data

ID
NT9
Languages
Aneityum - aty, Efate, South - erk, Lelepa - lpa
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Nick Thieberger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc665c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT9
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NT9
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.419
Longitude
105.7455
Start Date
1984-06-30
End Date
1984-06-30

Description

2 cassette tapes with recordings of an endangered language (Lom, Bangka Island, Indonesia). Includes a funeral speech and animal stories.

Extended Data

ID
OS1
Languages
Bangka - mfb
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Olaf Smedal
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc665d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/OS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/OS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-22.662368
Longitude
135.667
Start Date
2012-09-27
End Date
2012-09-27

Description

These tapes are held in the Fisher Library Archives, Uni of Sydney. Boxes 134-139. P.130 Personal Archives of Professor A P Elkin Series 19 Audio tapes This is not a comprehensive item list as not all the tapes had descriptions of what was on them. Therefore their item number is omitted from the list. 1 to 31 Miscellaneous audio tapes Boxes 134-135 (Assessed 2010-10-24)

Extended Data

ID
P130_19
Languages
Alawa - alh, Buang, Mapos - bzh, English - eng, Fore - for, French - fra, Gorakor - goc, Djingili - jig, Siliput - mkc, Pitjantjatjara - pjt, Torres Strait Creole - tcs, Tiwi - tiw, Telefol - tlf, Tok Pisin - tpi, Warlpiri - wbp, Wahgi - wgi, Warlmanpa - wrl, Warumungu - wrm, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Australia - AU, France - FR, Korea, South - KR, Papua New Guinea - PG, United States - US
Publisher
A.P. Elkin
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc665e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/P130_19
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/P130_19
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.088
Longitude
155.1205
Start Date
1973-06-17
End Date
1973-06-17

Description

Lawunula, Uruava, Bannoni language recordings. (PNG)

Extended Data

ID
PCL1
Languages
Bannoni - bcm, Lawunuia - tgi, Uruava - urv
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Piet Lincoln
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc665f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/PCL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/PCL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
6.5
Longitude
116.875
Start Date
1985-06-27
End Date
1985-06-27

Description

Audio recordings of Kimaragang, spoken in Malaysia. Recordings include folk tales, legends, cultural information on rites and craft, conversation, song, rituals, riddles and history, both personal and general. Also includes a survey of the Sonsogon dialect.

Extended Data

ID
PK1
Languages
Kimaragang - kqr
Countries
Malaysia - MY
Publisher
Paul Kroeger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6660
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/PK1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/PK1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
3.475
Longitude
113.198
Start Date
1971-11-01
End Date
1971-11-01

Description

Audio recordings from a range of languages made by Robert Blust. Includes Bintulu, Northern Sarawak: Kiput, Long Labid (Penan), Sa'ban, Long Sela'an (Kenyah dialect), Sebop (Kenyah dialect), Long Merigam (Penan), Batu Belah (Berawan dialect), Long Jegan (Berawan dialect), Long Terawan (Berawan dialect), Long Dunin (Kenyah dialect), Narum (Malasyia), Bima (Indonesia), Thao, Tsou (Taiwan), Kenyah (Borneo), Manus languages: Loniu, ERE, Titan, Likum, Lou, Levei, Nauna, Lindrou, Pelipowai, Ahus, Pak, Leipon, Seimat, Penchal, Ndrehet, Naringel (?), Wuvulu (Papua New Guinea), as well as comparative work on Austronesian languages. Data for each language differs but collection contains song, radio recordings, word lists, stories and music.

Extended Data

ID
RB1
Languages
Andra-Hus - anx, Bima - bhp, Bintulu - bny, English - eng, Kiput - kyi, Leipon - lek, Likum - lib, Nyindrou - lid, Lou - loj, Loniu - los, Nauna - ncn, Narom - nrm, Penchal - pek, Pak-Tong - pkg, Tulu-Bohuai - rak, Sa'ban - snv, Thao - ssf, Seimat - ssg, Khehek - tlx, Tsou - tsu, Titan - ttv, Long Wat - ttw, Ere - twp, Wuvulu-Aua - wuv, Uma' Lasan - xky, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Australia - AU, Indonesia - ID, Malaysia - MY, Papua New Guinea - PG, Taiwan - TW
Publisher
Robert Blust
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6661
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
9.06178
Longitude
8.70118
Start Date
2012-04-21
End Date
2012-04-21

Description

Roger Blench's collection of language recordings from Nigeria - multiple languages

Extended Data

ID
RB3
Languages
Bata - bta, Cakfem-Mushere - cky, Fali - fli, Yiwom - gek, Kamwe - hig, Kulere - kul, Kofyar - kwl, Miship - mjs, Polci - plj, Mwaghavul - sur, Dera - kna
Countries
Nigeria - NG
Publisher
Roger Blench
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6662
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Music from Timor-Leste

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-8.900145
Longitude
126.1515
Start Date
2003-11-28
End Date
2003-11-28

Description

Video recordings of music from Timor-Leste (also known as East Timor). Music included from a range of languages including Mambae, Kemak, Tetun, Tetun Terik, Bikili, Fataluka, Meto, English, Bunak, Makadade, Makili, Makasai, Fataluka, Lovaya, Bakeno, Tokadadem, Instruments used include voice, guitar, violin, babadok, stones, tohi, gong, cow horn, bells, auu, fui, lakado, metal mouth instruments and keyboards. Some recordings also include interviews. Ros Dunlop's book which came out of this research: SOUNDS OF THE SOUL (LIAN HUSI KLAMAR) Published by TEKEE MEDIA (2012, Sydney) ISBN: 9780646581835

Extended Data

ID
RD1
Languages
Bunak - bfn, Baikeno - bkx, Fataluku - ddg, English - eng, Kemak - kem, Makuv'a - lva, Mambae - mgm, Makasae - mkz, Tetun - tet, Tukudede - tkd
Countries
East Timor - TL
Publisher
Ros Dunlop
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6663
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RD1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RD1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Enga (PNG)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-5.4695
Longitude
143.6855
Start Date
1972-01-01
End Date
1972-01-01

Description

Recordings related to Roderic Lacey's PhD Dissertation, 'Oral traditions as history: An exploration of oral sources among the Enga of the New Guinea Highlandsโ€™, 1971- 1974' (ANUA 276)

Extended Data

ID
RJL1
Languages
Enga - enq
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Roderic Lacey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6664
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RJL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RJL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.5
Longitude
151.1
Start Date
2000-01-31
End Date
2000-01-31

Description

Two sets of recordings I: Items 001 to 007 are recordings made by the Kiriwina pastor Antonio Lubisa Bunaimata of his life story. Some tapes are barely audible II: Items 008 to 014 contain a mix of singing, chanting, drumming, and traditional stories Ralph Lawton was a Methodist missionary from South Australia who lived on the island of Kiriwina, the biggest of the Trobriand Islands in Papua New Guinea, between 1961-1973. During that time, he made a series of audio recordings of the oral traditions, music and languages of the island. Ralph went on to receive a doctorate in linguistics from the Australian National University in 2013. These recordings cover a range of musical styles and they are a beautiful sonic record of the culture of the Trobriand Islands. (Steven Gagau, 2019)

Extended Data

ID
RL1
Languages
English - eng, Kilivila - kij, Motu - meu, Mailu - mgu, Tok Pisin - tpi, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Ralph Lawton
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6665
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-4.5
Longitude
143.619
Start Date
2005-11-08
End Date
2005-11-08

Description

Oksap 2004 Texts collected in Tekin, Sandaun Province, 2004, by Robyn Loughnane in the Oksap language. Includes myth, cultural discussion, MPI reciprocals task, audio for dictionary entries and word lists.

Extended Data

ID
RL2
Languages
English - eng, Oksapmin - opm
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Robyn Loughnane
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6666
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RL2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RL2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Wambaya, Gudanji

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.4
Longitude
135.6825
Start Date
1991-01-25
End Date
1991-01-25

Description

Cassettes recorded between 1991 and 1994 by Rachel Nordlinger, documenting Wambaya (primarily) and Gudanji, Northern Territory, Australia.

Extended Data

ID
RN1
Languages
English - eng, Yanyuwa - jao, Gudanji - nji, Kriol - rop, Wambaya - wmb, Garrwa - wrk
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Rachel Nordlinger
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6667
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RN1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RN1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.5
Longitude
148.415
Start Date
1969-01-01
End Date
1969-01-01

Description

New Guinea Pacific Journey 1969 and Sicilian Journey 1957-58. Papua New Guinea data includes interviews and what is probably a rerecord of the Chimbu drumming which was analysed by musicologist, Raymond Clausen and article published in musicologist's journal. Also recording of Maori, and Maori music (some recorded from radio). Recording in Australia includes interviews with Indigenous people talking about history and assimilation. Recordings from Italy are of Sicilian music. 10 reel to reel recordings (8 N.G.P. 1969; 2 Sicilian) 1969: Akai Recorder; 1957-8: Standard BBC Recording Equipment.

Extended Data

ID
RP1
Languages
Italian - ita, Maori - mri, Sicilian - scn
Countries
Australia - AU, Italy - IT, New Zealand - NZ, Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Roslyn Poignant
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6668
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RP1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RP1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-12.0525
Longitude
132.92
Start Date
2002-09-16
End Date
2002-09-16

Description

Ruth Singer's recordings from north-west Arnhem Land, mainly Mawng at Warruwi (Goulburn Island) but also some other languages and locations

Extended Data

ID
RS1
Languages
Arrarnta, Western - are, Burarra - bvr, Djambarrpuyngu - djr, English - eng, Guragone - gge, Gunwinggu - gup, Iwaidja - ibd, Maung - mph, Are - mwc, Kala Lagaw Ya - mwp, Torres Strait Creole - tcs, Kunbarlang - wlg, Undetermined language - und, Dhuwal - dwu
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Ruth Singer
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6669
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.1725
Longitude
159.4185
Start Date
2007-11-15
End Date
2007-11-15

Description

Audio recordings of Blablanga (also known as Blanga) spoken in the Soloman Islands. Includes word lists, elicited sentences, discussion of culture, history (both personal and general), discussion of daily life and tasks, directions, colours, stories, poems, riddles, explanation of traditional dace, song and conversation. Also recorded are a range of elicitation tasks including the pear story, map tasks, Bowerman's topological relations pictures, frog story, Johnston's 1989 Austronesian elicitation questionnaire, MPI containment task, MPI caused positions clips, mouse story and MPI walnut game.

Extended Data

ID
RV1
Languages
Blablanga - blp, English - eng, Zazao - jaj, Pijin - pis
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Radu Voica
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc666a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RV1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RV1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
0
Longitude
150
Start Date
1975-01-01
End Date
1975-01-01

Description

A collection of recordings from a variety of languages. The Australian recordings are a collection of 17 33 1/3 RPM records collected by Strehlow of Arrarnta. Languages recorded in Papua New Guinea include Tok Pisin, Tege (Agarabi), Kiwai, Gidra, Enga and Koita. Recordings in Solomon Islands include Reef Island, Te Motu, Dawea, Santa Cruz (Natรผgu and Nalรถgo) and South Santa Cruz. The recording from French Polynesia is of Tahitian and the Greenland recordings are of Inuktitut and Greenlandic. There are also a number of entries which do not specify the country or languages but state โ€œmany languages represented.โ€

Extended Data

ID
SAW1
Languages
Arrernte, Eastern - aer, Agarabi - agd, Arrarnta, Western - are, Enga - enq, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Kalaallisut, Greenlandic - kal, Koitabu - kqi, Nalögo - nlz, Natügu - ntu, Tahitian - tah, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Australia - AU, Greenland - GL, French Polynesia - PF, Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Stephen (S.A.) Wurm
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc666b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SAW1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SAW1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.953185
Longitude
160.497
Start Date
2004-09-14
End Date
2004-09-14

Description

A large collection of audio recordings made by Stephen Wurm in a number of countries on a variety of languages. Solomon Island data comprises the majority of the collection. Languages recorded include Santa Cruz (split into Natรผgu and Nalรถgo), Reef Island (Ayiwo). Data for each language varies but recordings include word lists, material for dictionary, elicited sentences, discussion about language, stories, phonological recordings, hymns, Christian texts and conversation. Also contains some written correspondence and a list of images taken. Recordings from French Polynesia include two small tapes of Tahitian. Recordings from Papua New Guinea include data from Olana and a public lecture given in Tok Pisin. Data from Australia includes Wanggamala, Bundhamara, Garlali and Badjirim. Also two files are noted as being made in New Zeland, but the language documented is not noted.

Extended Data

ID
SAW2
Languages
English - eng, Gadsup - gaj, Guwamu - gwu, Äiwoo - nfl, Nagu - ngr, Nalögo - nlz, Natügu - ntu, Pijin - pis, Tahitian - tah, Tok Pisin - tpi, Wanggamala - wnm, Margany - zmc, Garlali - gll, Badjiri - jbi, Kungkari - lku, Punthamara - xpt
Countries
Australia - AU, New Zealand - NZ, French Polynesia - PF, Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Stephen (S.A.) Wurm
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc666c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SAW2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SAW2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-28.055
Longitude
139.92
Start Date
1966-06-29
End Date
1966-06-29

Description

Audio and written material (including field notes, correspondences, administrative papers, personal documents, etc.) collected by Stephen A. Wurm. Original materials archived at the Australian National University Archives, collection code: ANUA 233. Language materials from the Solomon Islands, PNG, Australia and various locations.

Extended Data

ID
SAW3
Languages
Angal - age, Binumarien - bjr, Bine - bon, English - eng, Enga - enq, Gende - gaf, Alekano - gah, Kayardild - gyd, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Huli - hui, Agob - kit, Kiwai, Southern - kjd, Waboda - kmx, Kuman - kue, Kosena - kze, Lardil - lbz, Nambo - ncm, Nomane - nof, Pintupi-Luritja - piu, Pintiini - pti, Siane - snp, Gizrra - tof, Tok Pisin - tpi, Usarufa - usa, Warlpiri - wbp, Wahgi - wgi, Yagaria - ygr, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Australia - AU, Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Stephen (S.A.) Wurm
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc666d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SAW3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SAW3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.2869345
Longitude
149.066
Start Date
1970-01-01
End Date
1970-01-01

Description

This collection is a subset of the larger series of papers from Stephen Wurm. The entire series is located at the ANU Archives (ANUA 233); SAW4 includes the written material covering his research in Papua New Guinea. Correspondences, language journals, research papers, papers presented at conferences and seminars, general notes, maps, index cards, photographs, copies of published articles are archived here.

Extended Data

ID
SAW4
Languages
Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Stephen (S.A.) Wurm
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc666e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SAW4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SAW4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Tai Phake (India)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
27.8045
Longitude
95.813
Start Date
2001-03-28
End Date
2001-03-28

Description

Recordings in the Turung communities of Assam (India). Audio recordings of Phake (India), includes stories, songs, discussion, prayers, history and phonetic discussion.

Extended Data

ID
SDM01
Languages
Phake - phk
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc666f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM01
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM01
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Tai Aiton (India)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
26.44005
Longitude
93.9917
Start Date
2001-04-11
End Date
2001-04-11

Description

Audio recordings of Aiton made in several villages (India). Includes word lists, history, stories, proverbs, songs, chanting, and discussions about language and cultural activities.

Extended Data

ID
SDM02
Languages
Aiton - aio
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6670
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM02
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM02
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Tai Khamyang (India)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
25.07145
Longitude
90.0586
Start Date
2001-04-10
End Date
2001-04-10

Description

Audio recordings of Khamyang, spoken in India. Includes song and discussion.

Extended Data

ID
SDM03
Languages
Khamyang - ksu
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6671
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM03
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM03
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Tai Ahom (India)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
26.966
Longitude
94.6829
Start Date
2007-01-12
End Date
2007-01-12

Description

Audio recordings of Ahom (India). Includes a speaker reading the book Khon Mu'ng Lum Phai and then explaining the book.

Extended Data

ID
SDM04
Languages
Ahom - aho
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6672
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM04
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM04
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Tai Khamti (India)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
26.5045
Longitude
96.2165
Start Date
2002-03-20
End Date
2002-03-20

Description

Audio recordings of Khamti (India). Includes song and discussion about language and village life.

Extended Data

ID
SDM05
Languages
Khamti - kht
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6673
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM05
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM05
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
26.78255
Longitude
93.55225
Start Date
2002-02-01
End Date
2002-02-01

Description

Audio recordings of Turung, a Tibeto-Burman language, related to Jingpo or Jinghpaw, spoken in India. Includes stories, word lists song, and discussions about history, culture, agriculture, songs and grammar.

Extended Data

ID
SDM07
Languages
Singpho - sgp, Turung - try
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6674
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM07
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM07
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.87395
Longitude
96.165
Start Date
2004-05-01
End Date
2004-05-01

Description

Audio recordings of Singpho, spoken in India. Includes discussions of personal history, cultural information, phonological data, cultural history, stories, proverbs and word lists.

Extended Data

ID
SDM08
Languages
Singpho - sgp
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6675
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM08
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM08
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.84805
Longitude
96.15785
Start Date
2006-02-20
End Date
2006-02-20

Description

Audio recordings of Singpho, spoken in India. Includes discussions about stories, word elicitation, stories and cultural information.

Extended Data

ID
SDM09
Languages
Singpho - sgp
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6676
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM09
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM09
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.856
Longitude
96.27685
Start Date
2005-12-15
End Date
2005-12-15

Description

Audio recordings of Singpho (Tieng Hkawng Variety), spoken in India. Includes songs.

Extended Data

ID
SDM10
Languages
Singpho - sgp
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6677
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM10
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM10
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.235
Longitude
96.402
Start Date
2007-01-09
End Date
2007-01-09

Description

Audio recordings of the Youngkuk dialect of Tangsa NST (also known as Tase Naga), spoken in India. Includes word lists, some sentence elicitation, discussions about history.

Extended Data

ID
SDM11
Languages
Naga, Tase - nst
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6678
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM11
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM11
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.235
Longitude
96.402
Start Date
2007-01-25
End Date
2007-01-25

Description

Audio recordings of the Tonglum dialect of Tangsa NST (also known as Tase Naga), spoken in India. Includes word lists, sentence elicitation, ethnographic information stories and some comparative work.

Extended Data

ID
SDM12
Languages
English - eng, Burmese - mya, Naga, Tase - nst
Countries
India - IN, Myanmar - MM
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6679
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM12
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM12
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.235
Longitude
96.402
Start Date
2007-02-20
End Date
2007-02-20

Description

Audio recordings of the Kimsing dialect of Tangsa NST (also known as Tase Naga), spoken in India. Some words and sentences.

Extended Data

ID
SDM13
Languages
Naga, Tase - nst
Countries
India - IN
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc667a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM13
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM13
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.235
Longitude
96.402
Start Date
2007-02-20
End Date
2007-02-20

Description

Audio recordings of the Tikhak dialect of Tangsa NST (also known as Tase Naga), spoken in India.

Extended Data

ID
SDM14
Languages
Naga, Tase - nst
Countries
India - IN, Oman - OM
Publisher
Stephen Morey
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc667b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM14
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SDM14
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-4.851455
Longitude
141.5965
Start Date
2004-04-01
End Date
2004-04-01

Description

Language data recorded with East-Mian speakers during field work (Jan-Jul 2004).

Extended Data

ID
SF1
Languages
Mian - mpt
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Sebastian Fedden
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc667c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SF1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SF1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-5.691
Longitude
142.377
Start Date
2005-01-01
End Date
2005-01-01

Description

Audio recordings of East Mian (Papua New Guinea). Recordings include word lists, phonological data, elicited sentences and stories.

Extended Data

ID
SF2
Languages
Mian - mpt
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Sebastian Fedden
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc667d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SF2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SF2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.5975
Longitude
168.2105
Start Date
2006-04-02
End Date
2006-04-02

Description

This collection is organised around audio recordings form Lelepa, collected in 2006-2008. It includes narratives (traditional, personal), procedural texts, public speeches, elicitation (wordlists). Recordings are associated with their transcription files (.eaf and .txt files) generated through Elan and Toolbox. Some recordings are also associated with pictures relating to the recording event.

Extended Data

ID
SL1
Languages
Lelepa - lpa
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Sebastien Lacrampe
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc667e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Social Cognition Project

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
17.67545
Longitude
99.9151
Start Date
2011-04-15
End Date
2011-04-15

Description

Materials from a structured task for gathering enriched language data for descriptive, comparative and documentary purposes. The task involves collaborative narrative problem-solving and retelling by a pair or small group of language speakers, and was developed as an aid to investigating grammatical categories relevant to psychosocial cognition. The pictures set up a dramatic story where participants can feel empathetic involvement with the characters, and trace individual motivations, mental and physical states, and points of view. The data-gathering task allows different cultural groups to imbue the pictures with their own experiences, concerns, and conventions and stimulates the spontaneous use of previously under-recorded linguistic structures. Picture sets include "Family Problems" and "Crow and Jackal".

Extended Data

ID
SocCog
Languages
Auslan - asf, Arta - atz, Avatime - avn, Bali - ban, Chinese, Mandarin - cmn, Dahalo - dal, Dargwa - dar, German, Standard - deu, Duna - duc, English - eng, Fas - fqs, Iwaidja - ibd, Idi - idi, Ilocano - ilo, Indonesian - ind, Japanese - jpn, Jingpho - kac, Kannada - kan, Korean - kor, Matukar - mjk, Bo-Ung - mux, Murrinh-Patha - mwf, Burmese - mya, Sibe - nco, Ngalkbun - ngk, Kriol - rop, Xibe - sjo, Spanish - spa, Wára - tci, Tok Pisin - tpi, Yuracare - yuz, Malay, Standard - zsm, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Australia - AU, Bolivia - BO, Colombia - CO, Germany - DE, Ghana - GH, Indonesia - ID, Japan - JP, Myanmar - MM, Malaysia - MY, Papua New Guinea - PG, Philippines - PH, Russian Federation - RU
Publisher
Danielle Barth
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc667f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SocCog
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SocCog
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Kagate (Nepal)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
27.45
Longitude
86.1675
Start Date
2009-11-25
End Date
2009-11-25

Description

This collection includes audio-video recordings of Syuba, spoken in the Ramechhap district of Nepal. It also contains a smaller collection of audio-video recordings of Ilam Yolmo, a mutually intelligible variety spoken in a different district of Nepal. These collections have been archived together because of their similarities and because they were recorded as part of the same research project. Many of the recordings are monologues, interviews or conversations. ELAN transcriptions are available for a subset of the collection, and will continue to be added as work on the collection progresses. There are also some experimental and elicited data, as well as supplementary materials including scanned notes, FLEx files, GPS data and publications about the language. This project is still in active development until June 2017.This collection includes audio-video recordings of Syuba, spoken in the Ramechhap district of Nepal. It also contains a smaller collection of audio-video recordings of Ilam Yolmo, a mutually intelligible variety spoken in a different district of Nepal. These collections have been archived together because of their similarities and because they were recorded as part of the same research project. Many of the recordings are monologues, interviews or conversations. ELAN transcriptions are available for a subset of the collection, and will continue to be added as work on the collection progresses. There are also some experimental and elicited data, as well as supplementary materials including scanned notes, FLEx files, GPS data and publications about the language. This project is still in active development until June 2017. The language is listed in the ISO codes as Kagate, but speakers in Ramechhap are increasingly using the name Syuba (Kagate is a Nepal word, while Syuba is the same name in their own language). The Yolmo variety spoken in Ilam is very similar to Syuba in Ramechhap, but the speaker have a history of referring to themselves and their language as Yolmo, which means it is categorised under a different ISO code. Deposit contents The majority of bundles in this collection are audio-video recordings. There are 8 and a half hours of narrative, conversations and interviews which can be broken down further by genre: 3 hours of data about the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal 2 hours of personal narratives other than earthquake 2 hours of historical narrative 1.5 hours of fiction narrative and two There are also: 1 hour of descriptive texts 1.5 hours of song 3 hours of conversation 1.5 hours of stimuli tasks 7 hours of elicitation, which mostly covers tone, evidentiality and verb use 1 hour of video of people performing culturally important activities There are also over 4.5 hours of recordings of people giving their consent for their recordings to be shared. While this is almost entirely in Nepali, and not Syuba, it contains a wealth of ethnographic information. Approximately 3 hours of this data are in Ilam Yolmo, and the remainder are in Syuba. As of June 2016 there are interlinearised and translated ELAN transcriptions for 2 hours of Syuba data, and another 1 hours of transcriptions with Nepali translations. ELAN transcriptions and interlinearisations will continue to be added as they are processed. Acknowledgement Funding for the creation of this collection came from ELDP, Firebird Foundation, NTU's Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, The University of Melbourne, Stack Exchange and The Awesome Foundation (Ottawa).

Extended Data

ID
SUY1
Languages
Tibetan - bod, Nepali - nep, Kagate - syw
Countries
Nepal - NP
Publisher
Lauren Gawne
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6680
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SUY1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SUY1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-16.4695
Longitude
168.2085
Start Date
1977-01-01
End Date
1977-01-01

Description

Audio recordings of Paama, spoken in Vanuatu.

Extended Data

ID
TC1
Languages
Bislama - bis, Paama - pma
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6681
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-16.2265
Longitude
167.427
Start Date
1998-06-23
End Date
1998-06-23

Description

Audio recordings of Neve'ei (spoken in the village of Vinmavis, Vanuatu). Also one recording with Naman. Includes stories.

Extended Data

ID
TC10
Languages
Bislama - bis, Neve'ei - vnm
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6682
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC10
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC10
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Bislama (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.98
Longitude
168.205
Start Date
2007-09-21
End Date
2007-09-21

Description

Audio recordings of Bislama. Mainly Bislama stories, with a few words given in another language in the first minutes of the tape.

Extended Data

ID
TC11
Languages
Bislama - bis
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6683
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC11
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC11
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Litzlitz (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.132
Longitude
167.415
Start Date
2001-01-01
End Date
2001-01-01

Description

Audio recordings of Naman (also known as Litzlitz), spoken in Vanuatu.

Extended Data

ID
TC2
Languages
Litzlitz - lzl
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6684
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Matanvat, Vanuatu

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.98
Longitude
168.205
Start Date
2002-09-25
End Date
2002-09-25

Description

Matanvat, Vanuatu

Extended Data

ID
TC3
Languages
Malua Bay - mll
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
As yet unspecified
Rights
As yet unspecified

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6685
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Avava, Vanuatu

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.0365
Longitude
167.231
Start Date
2004-08-07
End Date
2004-08-07

Description

Avava, Vanuatu

Extended Data

ID
TC4
Languages
Avava - tmb
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6686
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Khatbol, Vanuatu

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.049
Longitude
167.2465
Start Date
2004-09-08
End Date
2004-09-08

Description

Khatbol, Vanuatu

Extended Data

ID
TC5
Languages
Avava - tmb
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6687
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC5
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC5
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Maragus, Vanuatu

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.053
Longitude
167.2845
Start Date
2002-09-04
End Date
2002-09-04

Description

Maragus, Vanuatu

Extended Data

ID
TC6
Languages
Maragus - mrs
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6688
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC6
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC6
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Sie (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-18.8435
Longitude
169.1665
Start Date
1995-03-01
End Date
1995-03-01

Description

Audio recordings of Sie, spoken in Vanuatu. Includes texts and images of field notes.

Extended Data

ID
TC7
Languages
Sie - erg, Ura (retired) - uur
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6689
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC7
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC7
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Ura (Vanuatu)

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-18.6805
Longitude
169.084
Start Date
1978-01-01
End Date
1978-01-01

Description

Audio recordings of Ura, spoken in Vanuatu. Includes discussion about history and stories.

Extended Data

ID
TC8
Languages
Bislama - bis, Ura (retired) - uur
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc668a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC8
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC8
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-16.2265
Longitude
167.427
Start Date
2000-12-30
End Date
2000-12-30

Description

Audio recordings of Neve'ei (spoken in the village of Vinmavis, Vanuatu).

Extended Data

ID
TC9
Languages
Neve'ei - vnm
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Terry Crowley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc668b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC9
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TC9
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-6.5
Longitude
148.415
Start Date
1960-01-01
End Date
1960-01-01

Description

A collection of audio recordings from a number of languages of Papua New Guinea and Australia. Includes Tok Pisin, Motu, Hiri Motu, Toaripi, Opao, Orokolo, Kanju, Kaipi, Boera, Maipua, Purari (Koriki), Fore, Orokaiva, Notu (Ewage-Notu), Grass Koiari, Nara (Lala), Wahgi, Raepa Tati (Kaki Ae), Ouma, Mailu, Managalasi, Koita, Aomie, Barai, Rabuka, Rumu, Kibiri, Mountain Koiali, Koitabu, Mekeo, Suau, Toura, Abadi, Barai, Maria, Kuanua, Sinaugoro, Uare, Aomie, Ese, Baruga, Maisin, Umanakaina, Kanasi, Dawawa, Doga, Abau, Domu, Daga, Yareba, Magori, Tauade and Yele. Some language more that one dialect is present. Text types include stories, songs, basic elicitation, comparative work, radio recordings, language lessons, discussion. Also includes a lecture by K. L. Pike, recordings from ABC radio, recordings of Black American English (Tim Shopen), One recording of Bislama (Vanuatu), a recording of the 1977 Australian Museum conference, bird calls and data on Queensland pidgin, a recording in Kaandju (Australia), as well as data on Torres Strait English for the Queensland Speech Survey.

Extended Data

ID
TD1
Languages
Arifama-Miniafia - aai, Abau - aau, Aiome - aki, Ömie - aom, Arapesh, Bumbita - aon, Barai - bbb, Binandere - bhg, Bislama - bis, Baruga - bjz, Doga - dgg, Daga - dgz, Domu - dof, Toura - don, Dawawa - dww, English - eng, Fore - for, Umanakaina - gdn, Gimi - gim, Ginuman - gnm, Motu, Hiri - hmo, Hula - hul, Purari - iar, Dima - jma, Kanju - kbe, Koiari, Grass - kbk, Abadi - kbt, Rumu - klq, Koiali, Mountain - kpx, Doromu-Koki - kqc, Koitabu - kqi, Kuanua - ksd, Kuni - kse, Uare - ksj, Kuot - kto, Kuman - kue, Lau - llu, Maisin - mbq, Ese - mcq, Maria - mds, Melpa - med, Mekeo - mek, Motu - meu, Mailu - mgu, Mapena - mnm, Maiwa - mti, Ewage-Notu - nou, Lala - nrz, Onjob - onj, Opao - opo, Orokolo - oro, Ouma - oum, Pijin - pis, Kibiri - prm, Gapapaiwa - pwg, Sinaugoro - snc, Kanasi - soq, Suau - swp, Kaki Ae - tbd, Torres Strait Creole - tcs, Tigak - tgc, Tok Pisin - tpi, Toaripi - tqo, Tauade - ttd, Tairuma - uar, Ubir - ubr, Wahgi - wgi, Yele - yle, Yoba - yob, Yareba - yrb, Magori - zgr, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx
Countries
Australia - AU, Fiji - FJ, Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB, United States - US, Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Tom Dutton
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc668c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TD1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TD1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-9.2745
Longitude
147.0515
Start Date
2003-01-01
End Date
2003-01-01

Description

Koitabu dictionary in .rtf and .pdf formats.

Extended Data

ID
TD2
Languages
Koitabu - kqi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Tom Dutton
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc668d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TD2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TD2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-3.1105
Longitude
141.878
Start Date
2005-09-26
End Date
2005-09-26

Description

A collection of elicitation sessions, texts, song, and performances from a field trip in late 2005 to early 2006. The work focuses on the language "Fas" or "Momu". This was a collaborative project. See also collections FB2 and BH1. There are wordlists from the neighbouring villages of Mafoka (Speakers of "Onei") and Onei (Speakers of "Pin"). Includes stories, sentence elicitation, object placement task and conversation.

Extended Data

ID
TH1
Languages
One, Molmo - aun, Fas - fqs, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Tom Honeyman
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc668e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TH1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TH1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-2.243445
Longitude
147.2785
Start Date
1952-12-31
End Date
1952-12-31

Description

The bulk of the collection comprises recorded interviews with the people of Manus Province, Papua New Guinea, made from 1953 through the 1990s. These include interviews in which psychological data are being collected, interviews regarding historical events, and interviews with leaders and participants in contemporary events. There are also a number of recordings of public meetings and religious services. Most of the recordings are in the lingua franca of much of Papua New Guinea, Tok Pisin. Others are in the local languages of Manus people, and some provide Tok Pisin translation of local language material. Non-audio material includes photographs taken during field research in Papua New Guinea as well as original field notes. This file will list and annotate the tapes processed as part of Project Manus Digital. In this project many of the tapes I made in Manus (the whole Admiralty Island Archipelago, now known as Manus Province of Papua New Guinea, will be played from the reel to reel and cassette audio recordings into the Creative Labs Sound Blaster Awe 64 value sound card of my computer. This will make an analogue to digital conversion and store the digital copy of these analogue/ audio tapes. The digital copies will be stored first on Iomega Jaz disks, later on CD or DVD disks. While the tapes are playing and being digitally copied I will list them and in many cases annotate them in this file on my MS Word 97 word processor. In some cases I will transcribe sections of a tape in a separate word processor file. When that happens it will be noted in this file TapeWork/ntapesโ€ The tapes are in several series. Aโ€”stands for AIE or Admiralty Island Expedition, 1953-54. Margaret Mead was in Manus with TS and Lenore Foerstel (then Lenora Shargo Schwartz). We were based first in Bunai village, then in Pere village on the South Coast of Manus at that time. All tapes were reel-to-reel, made with a Magnecorder tape recorder powered by a gasoline generator. The โ€œNโ€”series stands for NGAI, New Guinea Admiralty Island Expedition from 1963-1966. TS was accompanied by Lola Romanucci Ross (then Lola Romanucci Schwartz) for the first two years; alone for the third year. We were based in various villages, mostly Pere but for six months each in Sori, Mokareng, and for a shorter time, in Lorengau. Work in Bunai (an amalgamated village of Manus and Usiai) near Pere. RAI refers to โ€œReturn to Admiralty Islandโ€ in 1967 by TS. The CA expedition (which I have just assigned these initials) was in 1973 and 75. CA stands for Cognitive Acculturation, a TS project funded by the National Institute of Education. In 1973 I was accompanied by 3 then graduate students, Edwin Hutchins, Geoffrey White, and Michael Smith. I returned myself in 1975. Various trips of from 1 to 3 months follow. The last of these was in 1993. There are between 300 and 400 tapes. Note: There are a number of empty items in this collection, a result of the metadata being supplied before the recordings were provided. The Tuzin Archive at the University of San Diego has also created a collection for this material, see https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/collection/bb1233646w. Under the N-series of NGAI Expedition, two Items TS1-N018 and TS1-N159 were recorded in the Sepik Region. (Steven Gagau, September 2017)

Extended Data

ID
TS1
Languages
Andra-Hus - anx, Berinomo - bit, Bahinemo - bjh, Baluan-Pam - blq, English - eng, Iatmul - ian, Kurti - ktm, Leipon - lek, Likum - lib, Nyindrou - lid, Lou - loj, Loniu - los, Mokerang - mft, Mian - mpt, Ponam - ncc, Nauna - ncn, Nimo - niw, Mondropolon - npn, Nali - nss, Papitalai - pat, Penchal - pek, Pak-Tong - pkg, Tulu-Bohuai - rak, Sori-Harengan - sbh, Khehek - tlx, Tok Pisin - tpi, Titan - ttv, Wogamusin - wog, Wuvulu-Aua - wuv, Undetermined language - und, Lele - lle
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Theodore Schwartz
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc668f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-27.15
Longitude
-109.433
Start Date
1992-02-08
End Date
1992-02-08

Description

Rapanui and the Rapanui people Music and Histories from Rapa Nui recorded by Tote Tepano between 1983 and 2003. 21 cassette tapes, 2 commercial LPs

Extended Data

ID
TT1
Languages
Rapa Nui - rap
Countries
Chile - CL
Publisher
Tote Tepano
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6690
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TT1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TT1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-9.23
Longitude
161.3
Start Date
2003-07-22
End Date
2003-07-22

Description

Two recordings made in English and Pijin.

Extended Data

ID
TTK1
Languages
English - eng, Pijin - pis
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Tarcisius Tara Kabutaulaka
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6691
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TTK1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/TTK1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Tuna (Kuanua), PNG

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-4.274
Longitude
152.1135
Start Date
1961-01-01
End Date
1961-01-01

Description

Tuna (Kuanua), PNG

Extended Data

ID
UM1
Languages
Kuanua - ksd
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Ulrike Mosel
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6692
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/UM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/UM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Mafea, Vanuatu

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-15.42
Longitude
167.232
Start Date
2006-05-10
End Date
2006-05-10

Description

Mafea, Vanuatu

Extended Data

ID
VG1
Languages
Mafea - mkv
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Valerie Guerin
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6693
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/VG1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/VG1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-4.501
Longitude
142.832
Start Date
1967-08-01
End Date
1967-08-01

Description

Bahinemo Language and Culture Materials obtained over the years 1964-1989, then in larger quantity in 2007 and 2008. These were recorded mostly in Wagu Village with a few items in Inalu Village, Bahinemo language and ethnic group, all in the Ambunti District, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea. The collection comprises: 1. audio texts, including old texts often copied from poor originals but repeated by native speakers in 2008, and texts digitally recorded in 2007. 2. photos, both old and new 3. (eventually) videos of cultural activities, all made in 2007 and 2008 4. Transcriptions of some texts, both direct and analyzed 5. A glossary of around 3000 words with English and some Tok Pisin glosses 6. A phonology paper, a rudimentary grammar paper, and various other analyses 7. (eventually) genealogical charts and data on all people currently living in Wagu 8. (eventually) wordlists of Bahinemo and related languages, both oral and transcribed.

Extended Data

ID
WD1
Languages
Bahinemo - bjh
Countries
American Samoa - AS, Papua New Guinea - PG, Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Wayne Dye
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6694
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WD1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WD1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-3.94384
Longitude
144.4925
Start Date
1995-01-01
End Date
1995-01-01

Description

WILLIAM FOLEY COLLECTION DATA 28 CDs, total of 23 hours of language material original media: cassettes, reel-to-reel tapes, dates of recordings: 1959-60, 1977 (some with mould) All burned as audio CDs, with second copy for researcher in .AIFF data format. Archive copy of each CD in .AIFF data format. Items 29-43 digitised and deposited in 2022 with the assistance of the Endangered Language Alliance (USA). Recording date for these items is unknown (1980 added as approximate guess)

Extended Data

ID
WF1
Languages
Nanubae - afk, Tapei - afp, Angoram - aog, Chambri - can, Ap Ma - kbx, Kyenele - kql, Lauan - llx, Manam - mva, Palauan - pau, Tabriak - tzx, Kopar - xop, Yimas - yee
Countries
Fiji - FJ, Papua New Guinea - PG, Palau - PW
Publisher
William Foley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6695
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WF1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WF1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Yimas Mambu Music

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-4.72
Longitude
143.572
Start Date
1979-01-01
End Date
1979-01-01

Description

1 BASF reel to reel Yimas Mambu Music. For Endangered Languages website.

Extended Data

ID
WF2
Languages
Yimas - yee
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
William Foley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6696
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WF2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WF2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-3.8655
Longitude
143.62
Start Date
2005-07-21
End Date
2005-07-21

Description

Items 1-5 (original deposit): 5 Cassette tapes of PNG recordings from 2005. Sepik language materials: Murik, Kis, Buna, Mandi, Muniwara, Bungain, Kaiep Word lists, paradigm, sentences Items 6-11 deposited in 2021

Extended Data

ID
WF3
Languages
Abu - ado, Awar - aya, Biem - bmc, Bosmun - bqs, Bungain - but, Buna - bvn, Banaro - byz, Mbore - gai, Kaiep - kbw, Kayan - kct, Kis - kis, Murik - mtf, Juwal - mwb, Tok Pisin - tpi, Wiarumus - tua, Marangis - wax
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
William Foley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6697
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WF3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WF3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-28.055
Longitude
135.935
Start Date
2003-06-19
End Date
2003-06-19

Description

There are 395 records of PNG songs (indexed by track) in the Wolfgang Laade Music of Man collection at the British Library National Sound Archive. It seems he deposited his whole collection there (there's also Cape York material) as - 1178 tracks). He also recorded in Taiwan (145 tracks) and other places, mainly India, Sri Lanka and various parts of Africa.

Extended Data

ID
WL1
Languages
Bilur - bxf, Mengen - mee, Simbali - smg, Lote - uvl, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Australia - AU, Papua New Guinea - PG, Taiwan - TW
Publisher
Wolfgang Laade
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6698
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-17.0639
Longitude
168.4855
Start Date
2004-10-22
End Date
2004-10-22

Description

Namakir (Namakura), Vanuatu field recordings and lexicon. Also the Niue dictionary. This collection was located as a result of PARADISEC's 'Lost and Found' project and digitisation was funded by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language.

Extended Data

ID
WS1
Languages
Niue - niu, Namakura - nmk
Countries
Niue - NU, Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Wolfgang Sperlich
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc6699
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WS1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/WS1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Chinese dialects

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
26.45955
Longitude
106.4192
Start Date
1999-05-30
End Date
1999-05-30

Description

Chinese dialects

Extended Data

ID
YCL1
Languages
Chinese, Min Nan - nan
Countries
China - CN, Malaysia - MY, Thailand - TH
Publisher
Ying-che Li
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc669a
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/YCL1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/YCL1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Kambaata, Ethiopia

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
7.3285
Longitude
37.74
Start Date
2007-07-09
End Date
2007-07-09

Description

Kambaata, Ethiopia

Extended Data

ID
YT1
Languages
Kambaata - ktb
Countries
Ethiopia - ET
Publisher
Yvonne Treis
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc669b
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/YT1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/YT1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-12.0955
Longitude
133.0915
Start Date
2011-07-17
End Date
2011-07-17

Description

Recordings of performances of kun-borrk/manyardi public ceremony from western Arnhem Land and interviews/discussion with singers/performers sharing their knowledge of public ceremony and archival recordings. Includes the following: - Brown's PhD fieldwork recordings, 2011-2016 (see Reuben Brown, 'Following footsteps: The kun-borrk/manyardi song tradition and its role in western Arnhem Land society', [2016] PhD thesis, University of Syndey ) including a mamurrng ceremony, funeral ceremony, local festivals and elicitation sessions recorded at various locations in western Arnhem Land and an academic conference in Canberra. Fieldwork funded by Australian Research Council funded project 'Intercultural inquiry in a trans-national context: Exploring the legacy of the 1948 American- Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land' (DP1096897) - Recordings at a reburial ceremony at Gunbalanya, 2011, produced for 'Etched in Bone' by Martin Thomas and Bรฉatrice Bijon - Recordings of manyardi at Warruwi (2013) as part filming of 'Language Matters with Bob Holman' by Grubin Productions - Recordings at Warruwi (2016-2017) with Ruth Singer for Faculty Research Grant investigating use of technology in maintenance of Mawng Language funded by University of Melbourne - Recordings at the Wilin Centre, Melbourne (2017-2019) for the annual Research Unit for Indigenous Arts and Cultures workshops and symposia - Recordings at Mowanjum, WA (2019) for the Mowanjum festival, funded by Early Career Research Grant 'Mobilising recordings of western Arnhem Land song to revitalise Exchange', University of Melbourne.

Extended Data

ID
RB2
Languages
Amarag - amg, Dhangu - dhg, Djinba - djb, English - eng, Gagadu - gbu, Gunwinggu - gup, Garig-Ilgar - ilg, Kabardian - kbd, Margu - mhg, Maung - mph, Urningangg - urc, Wadjiginy - wdj, Kunbarlang - wlg, Mangerr - zme, Maridjabin - zmj, Manangkari - znk
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Reuben Brown
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc669c
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Malcolm Ross tapes

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-5.503165
Longitude
149.297
Start Date
1980-01-01
End Date
1980-01-01

Description

Recordings, mainly of wordlists from Oceanic Austronesian languages, most of them in Papua New Guinea, collected as a basis for comparative-historical work, mostly between 1977 and 1982. Consultants were often students training at the then Goroka Teachers' College to be high-school teachers. Some were high-school students. Sometimes, especially with earlier recordings, all or part of the elicitation session was recorded. In other cases a consultant had provided a written list, and s/he was asked to read it for the tape. There were four wordlists, A, B, C and D, plus a phrase list for collecting grammatical structures. The wordlists contain 430 items and were intended for historical linguistic purposes, but only rarely did I collect anywhere near 430 items. Recordings often do not cover all four lists. The recordings are of varying quality, because the equipment was primitive (a battery-driven portable cassette recorder), recording conditions were sometimes difficult, and storage conditions were not always the best.

Extended Data

ID
MR1
Languages
Solong - aaw, Adzera - adz, Apalik - apo, Arop-Lokep - apr, Babatana - baa, Uneapa - bbn, Awad Bing - bcu, Bebeli - bek, Beli - bey, Bughotu - bgt, Barok - bjk, Bulu - bjl, Biem - bmc, Bola - bnp, Bilbil - brz, Bugawac - buk, Marik - dad, Goodenough, West - ddi, Dobu - dob, Mussau-Emira - emi, English - eng, Patpatar - gfk, Gitua - ggt, Hakö - hao, Hote - hot, Hula - hul, Tuma-Irumu - iou, Italian - ita, Yabem - jae, Iwal - kbm, Kaiep - kbw, Kela - kcl, Mamusi - kdf, Keapara - khz, Kilivila - kij, Koluwawa - klx, Konomala - koa, Kuanua - ksd, Kuni - kse, Kairiru - kxa, Labu - lbu, Tungag - lcm, Lesing-Gelimi - let, Lihir - lih, Lou - loj, Malol - mbk, Maisin - mbq, Maring - mbw, Watut, South - mcy, Mengen - mee, Mekeo - mek, Maleu-Kilenge - mgl, Matukar - mjk, Medebur - mjm, Buang, Mangga - mmo, Malalamai - mmt, Madak - mmx, Mbula - mna, Molima - mox, Misima-Paneati - mpx, Malasanga - mqz, Manam - mva, Are - mwc, Aiklep - mwg, Nakanai - nak, Notsi - ncf, Mondropolon - npn, Nehan - nsn, Olo - ong, Petats - pex, Ramoaaina - rai, Ronji - roe, Waima - rro, Roviana - rug, Sewa Bay - sew, Siar-Lak - sjr, Skou - skv, Solos - sol, Saposa - sps, Sera - sry, Seimat - ssg, Ulau-Suain - svb, Suau - swp, Mandara - tbf, Tiang - tbj, Tawala - tbo, Kapin - tbx, Tigak - tgc, Tangga (retired) - tgg, Sudest - tgo, Teop - tio, Tumleo - tmq, Tami - tmy, Tomoip - tqp, Bwanabwana - tte, Torau - ttu, Titan - ttv, Mutu - tuc, Ubir - ubr, Lote - uvl, Vanimo - vam, Wedau - wed, Muduapa - wiv, Waskia - wsk, Wuvulu-Aua - wuv, Sio - xsi, Kap - ykm, Sukurum - zsu, Undetermined language - und, Kara - leu
Countries
Indonesia - ID, Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Malcolm Ross
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc669d
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MR1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MR1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Walmajarri recordings

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-19.564
Longitude
126.113
Start Date
1978-01-01
End Date
1978-01-01

Description

Contents Walmajarri and English readings and Christian songs Originally recorded at Fitzroy Crossing 1970s for distribution on audio tape to people in the Walmajarri community.

Extended Data

ID
JHER
Languages
Walmajarri - wmt
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Joyce Hudson
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc669e
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JHER
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JHER
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Language of Rapa Iti

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.5237
Longitude
-144.221
Start Date
2013-02-12
End Date
2013-02-12

Description

Audio files, videos, and photos

Extended Data

ID
MW1
Languages
French - fra, Rapa - ray, Tahitian - tah
Countries
French Polynesia - PF
Publisher
Mary Walworth
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc669f
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MW1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MW1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

ร…iwoo recordings

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-8.29879
Longitude
159.185
Start Date
2003-01-01
End Date
2003-01-01

Description

Collection of ร…iwoo recordings made on Solomon Islands, including stories, elicited descriptions and stimulus recordings.

Extended Data

ID
AN1
Languages
Äiwoo - nfl
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Åshild Næss
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AN1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AN1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Chamorro dictionary

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
14.266
Longitude
145.227
Start Date
2013-05-23
End Date
2013-05-23

Description

Materials from the (forthcoming) Revised Chamorro-English Dictionary, a community dictionary project funded by the National Science Foundation (USA) and undertaken by Chamorro speakers from Saipan, Rota, and Tinian (CNMI), as well as a collection of text files used to create the electronically formatted 1975 Chamorro-English Dictionary.

Extended Data

ID
CHA1
Languages
Chamorro - cha
Countries
Guam - GU, Northern Mariana Islands - MP
Publisher
Cameron Fruit
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CHA1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/CHA1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-19.476
Longitude
169.3815
Start Date
2010-03-29
End Date
2010-03-29

Description

Part of Jeremy Hammond's corpus within The Language Archive's Language and Cognition Project corpus. This corpus is based on the Whitesands language of Vanuatu (Also known as Narak). It contains natural video data, elicitation sessions and photos of two important ceremonies.

Extended Data

ID
ISJHWS3
Languages
Bislama - bis, Kwamera - tnk, Whitesands - tnp
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Jeremy Hammond
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/ISJHWS3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/ISJHWS3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Kalam Dictionary

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-5.2645
Longitude
144.5855
Start Date
2011-12-31
End Date
2011-12-31

Description

Published 2011 as: A dictionary of Kalam with ethnographic notes / Andrew Pawley and Ralph Bulmer ; with the assistance of John Kias, Simon Peter Gi and Ian Saem Majnep. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Extended Data

ID
AP3
Languages
Kalam - kmh
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Andrew Pawley
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AP3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AP3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-9.03
Longitude
148.107
Start Date
1974-10-31
End Date
1974-10-31

Description

A collection of recordings in the ร–mie language.

Extended Data

ID
MAR1
Languages
Ömie - aom, Motu, Hiri - hmo
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Marta Rohatynskyj
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MAR1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/MAR1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-7.819175
Longitude
155.625
Start Date
1965-01-01
End Date
1965-01-01

Description

A collection of recordings made by Rev George and Nancy Carter in the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea (Bougainville) from 1951-1965

Extended Data

ID
NC1
Languages
English - eng, Roviana - rug, Teop - tio
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG, Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Lynne McDonald
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NC1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/NC1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.67309
Longitude
158.218
Start Date
2020-06-23
End Date
2020-06-23

Description

Gospel Recordings from the Solomon Islands on bakerlite disks.

Extended Data

ID
GM1
Languages
Babatana - baa, Pijin - pis, Roviana - rug
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Graham McDonald
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GM1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GM1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Kwoma Recordings

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-4.103
Longitude
142.6645
Start Date
2006-10-20
End Date
2006-10-20

Description

Kwoma Stories, Legends and Songs

Extended Data

ID
RLB1
Languages
Kwoma - kmo
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Renée Lambert-Brétière
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RLB1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RLB1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Tok Pisin recordings

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-4.158
Longitude
142.686
Start Date
2006-10-21
End Date
2006-10-21

Description

Tok Pisin recordings

Extended Data

ID
RLB2
Languages
Kwoma - kmo, Tok Pisin - tpi
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Renée Lambert-Brétière
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RLB2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RLB2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
9.5105
Longitude
15.8445
Start Date
1968-08-31
End Date
1968-08-31

Description

Azumeina - English Dictionary covering Marba, Leou and Kolong dialects compiled by Colin H Price between 1958 and 1968 with assistance from Azumeina translation colleagues including Jacques Chaneguรฉ (Kolong), Abraham Aloua (Leou) and Yakoub Biendrang (Marba).

Extended Data

ID
JW2
Languages
Marba - mpg
Countries
Chad - TD
Publisher
Colin Price
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66a9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JW2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JW2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Murrinh-Patha

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-14.416
Longitude
129.7015
Start Date
2011-07-19
End Date
2011-07-19

Description

Various speech types and a wide range of speakers from Wadeye and Palumpa, Northern Territory, Australia

Extended Data

ID
JM4
Languages
Murrinh-Patha - mwf
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
John Mansfield
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Mixed (check individual items)
Rights
Mixed (check individual items)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66aa
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JM4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JM4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
8.7085
Longitude
11.2415
Start Date
2007-03-25
End Date
2007-03-25

Description

Niger-Congo field materials, collected by Roger Blench under the supervision of Dr David Crozier (UK; retired). Work is underway to collect further wordlists under this programme.

Extended Data

ID
RB5
Languages
Abanyom - abm, Putukwam - afe, Ayu - ayu, Kulung - bbu, Oroko - bdu, Iceve-Maci - bec, Vaghat-Ya-Bijim-Legeri - bij, Bile - bil, Kyak - bka, Bakoko - bkh, Bekwarra - bkv, Batanga - bnm, Berom - bom, Bauchi - bsf, Bete-Bendi - btt, Obanliku - bzy, Evant - bzz, Samba Daka - ccg, Cinda-Regi-Tiyal - cdr, Cara - cfd, Duguri - dbm, Duala - dua, Hun-Saare - dud, Ekajuk - eka, English - eng, French - fra, Gbiri-Niragu - grh, Gyele - gyi, Nkem-Nkum - isi, Hyam - jab, Jere - jer, Kadara - kad, Kaningkom-Nindem - kdp, Kuturmi - khj, Kwanja - knp, Kaan - ldl, Mbula-Bwazza - mbu, Malimba - mzd, Mambila, Nigeria - mzk, Nnam - nbp, Nde-Nsele-Nta - ndd, Ahwai - nfd, Kwasio - nmg, Efutop - ofu, Kpasam - pbn, Rogo - rod, Tiv - tiv, Tsishingini - tsw, Tsuvadi - tvd, Otank - uta, Wawa - www, Yasa - yko, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und, No linguistic content - zxx, Bali - bcn, Gwak - jgk, Yendang - ynq, Yotti - yot, Bena - yun
Countries
Cameroon - CM, Nigeria - NG
Publisher
Roger Blench
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66ab
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB5
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/RB5
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Ninde material

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.432
Longitude
167.4415
Start Date
2011-03-31
End Date
2011-03-31

Description

Ninde grammar and story

Extended Data

ID
EP1
Languages
Iaai - iai, Ninde - mwi, Roviana - rug
Countries
New Caledonia - NC, Solomon Islands - SB, Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Elizabeth Pearce
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66ac
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/EP1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/EP1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Paku recordings

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-2.145205
Longitude
114.9085
Start Date
2013-07-24
End Date
2013-07-24

Description

Audio recordings and images of the Paku tribe in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Extended Data

ID
DD2
Languages
Indonesian - ind, Paku - pku
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Daniela Diedrich
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66ad
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DD2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DD2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Recordings of Bilua

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-7.74476
Longitude
156.652
Start Date
1997-06-30
End Date
1997-06-30

Description

Various stories told by Bilua speakers on the Vella Lavella Island, Solomon Islands

Extended Data

ID
KO1
Languages
Bilua - blb
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Kazuko Obata
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66ae
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KO1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KO1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-24.2265
Longitude
143.2225
Start Date
1976-12-12
End Date
1976-12-12

Description

Kunggari written materials

Extended Data

ID
GB03
Languages
English - eng, Kunggari - kgl
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Gavan Breen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66af
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB03
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB03
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-22.797
Longitude
139.9825
Start Date
1975-12-12
End Date
1975-12-12

Description

Pitta Pitta written materials

Extended Data

ID
GB10
Languages
English - eng, Pitta Pitta - pit
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Gavan Breen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66b0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB10
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB10
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-25.672
Longitude
148.604
Start Date
1972-05-12
End Date
1972-05-12

Description

Gungabula written materials including Breen's transcription of a selection of Peter Ford's recordings.

Extended Data

ID
GB01
Languages
English - eng, Gungabula - gyf
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Gavan Breen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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TLCMap ID
tc66b1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB01
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB01
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-23.3365
Longitude
135.0465
Start Date
1968-12-12
End Date
1968-12-12

Description

Eastern Arrernte written materials

Extended Data

ID
GB38
Languages
Arrernte, Eastern - aer, English - eng
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Gavan Breen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66b2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB38
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB38
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-21.194
Longitude
136.835
Start Date
1967-12-12
End Date
1967-12-12

Description

Alyawarr written materials

Extended Data

ID
GB39
Languages
Alyawarr - aly, English - eng
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Gavan Breen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66b3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB39
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB39
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-23.45435
Longitude
135.519
Start Date
1969-07-25
End Date
1969-07-25

Description

Antekerrepenh written materials including Breen's transcription of a selection of Barry J Blake's tapes

Extended Data

ID
GB41
Languages
Arrernte, Eastern - aer
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Gavan Breen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66b4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB41
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB41
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-26.19765
Longitude
135.3665
Start Date
1966-12-12
End Date
1966-12-12

Description

Southern Arrernte written materials, including the dialect Pertame, and transcription of Ken Hale's tapes with Breen's notes

Extended Data

ID
GB45
Languages
Aranda, Lower Southern - axl
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Gavan Breen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66b5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB45
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB45
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-21.422
Longitude
133.6015
Start Date
1995-12-12
End Date
1995-12-12

Description

Notes on the Kaytetye language

Extended Data

ID
GB48
Languages
Arrernte, Eastern - aer, English - eng, Kaytetye - gbb
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Gavan Breen
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66b6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB48
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GB48
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
9.82749
Longitude
124.3735
Start Date
2014-06-20
End Date
2014-06-20

Description

This is a repository of materials related to the Eskaya community of Bohol with particular reference to the Eskayan language. Most of the materials were recorded, filmed, scanned or photographed by Piers Kelly between 2005 and 2011. Exceptions are the oral history recordings of Zoรซ Bedford made in 2003-2004. Important postgraduate work from Cristina Martinez-Juan from the 1990s was added later. It is at PK2-50. The Eskayan language was assigned the ISO639-3 code [esy] in 2014 however this change has not yet been reflected in the PARADISEC Ethnologue list. For the time being, the collection is labelled 'Cebuano'. File-naming conventions for media types: AV - Audiovisual DISS โ€“ Dissertations and other postgraduate research GOV โ€“ Government documents MAN โ€“ Manuscript MED โ€“ News media PUB โ€“ Publications PIX โ€“ photographs File-naming conventions for locations: BAL โ€“ Balingasao, Valencia (9.64083 N, 124.221 E) BIAB โ€“ Biabas, Guindulman ( 9ยฐ48'20.52"N, 124ยฐ24'13.92"E) CAD โ€“ Cadapdapan, Candijay (9ยฐ49'30.18"N, 124ยฐ25'31.92"E) SIER โ€“ Poblacion Sierra Bullones (?) TAG โ€“ Tagbilaran, Bohol (?) TAY โ€“ Taytay, Duero (9ยฐ45'37.56"N, 124ยฐ21'12.72"E) Those with questions about the archive can contact Piers Kelly (Firstname dot Lastname at gmail dot com). The Eskaya Digital Archive contains the following types of digitised materials related to Eskaya history, culture and language: โ€ข Manuscripts (handwritten Eskaya documents) โ€ข Publications (peer-reviewed commentaries) โ€ข Dissertations (postgraduate research) โ€ข Media (newspaper and magazine articles) โ€ข Grey literature (various unpublished letters and commentaries) โ€ข Genealogies (gedcom text files and photographs of surviving parish records) โ€ข Pictures (people and scenes from Eskaya villages, not including photographs of manuscripts) โ€ข Audio and video recordings (Eskaya people speaking, singing or writing Eskayan) For an introduction to Eskaya history, culture and language see my dissertation at PK2-07-DISS09. This document also summarises and evaluates earlier commentaries on the Eskayan language (as compiled in PK2-09-MED) and explains the context in which the materials in The Eskaya Digital Archive were collected. Those who are visiting this archive for the first time might have trouble isolating the richest and rarest materials. The following 'jewels in the crown' are recommended for new visitors: โ€ข PK2-03-MANBIAB06: a rare phrasebook โ€ข PK2-03-MANBIAB08: Interesting auto-ethnography with elements that may be considered unorthodox today โ€ข PK2-03-MANBIAB12: the Castaรฑares Manuscript (housed in Bohol Provincial Museum, probably created in Biabas then brought to Taytay) โ€ข PK2-04-MANCAD05: The famous notebook of Eleuteria Faustina Viscayda which represents her attempt to standardise Eskaya literature. She was the longest surviving scribe of Mariano Datahan and died in 2009. โ€ข PK2-09-MED05: Brenda Abregana's letter to editor of Who โ€ข PK2-09-MED08: Brenda Abregana's 1985 letter to Governor Butalid โ€ข PK2-10-MISC01: Juan Datahan's USAFFE orders PK2-13-PIXBIAB01: USAFFE orders PK2-13-PIXBIAB03: Picture of Mariano Datahan PK2-13-PIXBIAB13: Church photo 1 PK2-13-PIXBIAB21: Church photo 2 (Flores de Mayo) PK2-13-PIXBIAB76: national anthem flag school PK2-14-PIXCAD10: Group photo of Cadapdapan teachers PK2-14-PIXCAD19: child and bird PK2-16-PIXTAY44: kids in front of sign PK2-16-PIXTAY79: adults and kids class Taytay PK2-15-PIXTAG01: Sandugo -Naning speech Problems to address in the Eskaya Digital Archive: Repetitions: USAFFE orders, Cayo Lusica certificate Repetitions: PK2-42-AVTAY21 and PK2-42-AVTAY36 are identical (and others, see finder list) Repetitions: PK2-21-AVBIAB31 and PK2-25-AVCAD09 are identical (sort out whether it is really in cadapdapan or Biabas)

Extended Data

ID
PK2
Languages
Cebuano - ceb, English - eng, Spanish - spa, No linguistic content - zxx, Eskayan - esy
Countries
Philippines - PH
Publisher
Piers Kelly
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66b7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/PK2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/PK2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.5765
Longitude
141.2265
Start Date
2013-10-13
End Date
2013-10-13

Description

Recordings of narratives, elicitation sessions, and natural speech in Ranmo (Blafe) Associated grants: Research Experience for Graduates (REG) Supplement (#1502502) National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (#1263754) National Science Foundation/National Endowment for Humanities Related publications: 2016. Pluractionality in Ranmo. Oceanic Linguistics 55(1): 25-51. 2016. Root alternation and verbal plurality in Ranmo. In University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 22(1): 197-206. Philadelphia, PA. 2016. Split ergativity and voice marking in Ranmo. In Proceedings of the 45th North East Linguistic Society, ed. by Thuy Bui and and Deniz Ozyildiz. Amherst, MA: GSLA. 2015. Pluractionality and the stative vs. eventive contrast in Ranmo. In Proceedings of the 41st Berkeley Linguistic Society. Berkeley, CA.

Extended Data

ID
JL3
Languages
Blafe - bfh
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Jenny Lee
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66b8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JL3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JL3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.2895
Longitude
141.445
Start Date
2013-09-05
End Date
2013-09-05

Description

Recordings of the Ndre language of Western Province, Papua New Guinea

Extended Data

ID
LSNG01
Languages
Undetermined language - und
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Nicholas Evans
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tc66b9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG01
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG01
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-9.461
Longitude
161.0805
Start Date
2011-12-15
End Date
2011-12-15

Description

'Are'are grammar sketch

Extended Data

ID
KN1
Languages
'Are'are - alu
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB
Publisher
Kate Naitoro
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66ba
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KN1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/KN1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.7555
Longitude
141.9305
Start Date
2013-09-21
End Date
2013-09-21

Description

Recordings of the Lำ“ language [lรฆn], recorded in the coastal village of Tais in Western Province, PNG. Tais is not where this language is spoken. Speakers present, representing almost all people who still know the language well: Karmi Yaki (m), Nabaya Yษ™wane (m), Tom Mษ™ni (m), Garmae Gำ“l (m; Community Leader), Saroka Jakayo (f), Mำ“vu Werai (f), Bunai Are (m), Selina Kimae (f). Jimmy Nรฉbni, a multilingual speaker from Bimadbn Village, explains to the participants what the recording event will be about, and he then acts as translator for the group. See p. 59 of N2013 for details, plus pages before and after for transcriptions of the various material recorded on this day, the only day focussing on the language โ€“ parts of the basic word list, plus excursuses gathering various bits of grammatical material.

Extended Data

ID
LSNG03
Languages
English - eng, Nen - nqn
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Nicholas Evans
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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TLCMap ID
tc66bb
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG03
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG03
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-9.136055
Longitude
141.9755
Start Date
2013-09-20
End Date
2013-09-20

Description

Recordings of the Nรค language spoken in the Western Province of Papua New Guinea

Extended Data

ID
LSNG05
Languages
English - eng, Nen - nqn
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Nicholas Evans
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tc66bc
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG05
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG05
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.536615
Longitude
140.7555
Start Date
2012-09-24
End Date
2012-09-24

Description

Recordings collected by Matthew Carroll between 2012-2017 on Yam languages spoken in West Papua. Primarily Ngkolmpu (KCD) but also Bedi (KHD), Smerki (KXQ), Nggarna (KRZ), Tamer (KXQ) and Yei (JEI). Ngkolmpu collection includes traditional stories, personal narratives, conversations and promoted materials. Other languages are primarily wordlist data and verbal paradigms.

Extended Data

ID
LSNG04
Languages
Indonesian - ind, Yei - jei, Kanum, Ngkâlmpw - kcd, Kanum, Bädi - khd, Kanum, Sota - krz, Kanum, Smärky - kxq, Malay, Papuan - pmy
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Mae Carroll
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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TLCMap ID
tc66bd
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG04
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG04
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Nama

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-8.692435
Longitude
141.6655
Start Date
2015-01-06
End Date
2015-01-06

Description

Recordings of the Papuan language Nama, collected by Jeff Siegel between 1993 and 2015. Recordings made in the following locations: Morehead, Daraia, Ngaraita, (Western Province, PNG) as well as Armidale (NSW).

Extended Data

ID
LSNG06
Languages
Kiwai, Southern - kjd, Neme - nex, Namat - nkm, Pasi - psq, Arammba - stk, Wára - tci, Nama - nmx
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Jeff Siegel
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tc66be
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG06
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG06
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-8.8035
Longitude
141.2535
Start Date
2012-07-06
End Date
2012-07-06

Description

Recordings collected by Kyla Quinn

Extended Data

ID
LSNG07
Languages
English - eng, Guntai - gnt
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Kyla Quinn
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tc66bf
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG07
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/LSNG07
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

The David Nash Collection

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.7814
Longitude
133.466
Start Date
2014-06-30
End Date
2014-06-30

Description

Materials collected on the Aboriginal Languages of Australia

Extended Data

ID
DN1
Languages
English - eng, Warlmanpa - wrl, Multiple languages - mul
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
David Nash
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Rights
Closed (subject to the access condition details)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66c0
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DN1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DN1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-20.385
Longitude
-158.5685
Start Date
2014-04-03
End Date
2014-04-03

Description

Te Vairanga Tuatua o te Te Reo Mฤori o te Pae Tonga: Collection of language examples in Cook Islands Mฤori (Southern dialects). A linguistic description of Cook Islands Mฤori can be found at http://hdl.handle.net/2292/32929 This collection comprises material collected during the writing of this PhD at the University of Auckland and continues now under the collector's position at Massey University. See also: Sally Akevai Nicholas (2018). Language Contexts: Te Reo Mฤori o te Pae Tonga o te Kuki Airani also known as Southern Cook Islands Mฤori. In Peter K. Austin & Lauren Gawne (eds) Language Documentation and Description, vol 15. London: EL Publishing. pp. 36-64 http://www.elpublishing.org/PID/160 Many of the items in this collection are tagged as including New Zealand Mฤori (mir). These items contain only incidental amounts of New Zealand Mฤori.

Extended Data

ID
SN1
Languages
English - eng, Maori - mri, Pukapuka - pkp, Rarotongan - rar
Countries
Cook Islands - CK, New Zealand - NZ
Publisher
Sally Akevai Nicholas
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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TLCMap ID
tc66c1
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SN1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SN1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Unua material

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.262
Longitude
167.5995
Start Date
2012-07-31
End Date
2012-07-31

Description

Collection of Unua materials from Vanuate. Includes Unua dictionary files, text files and story recordings with transcriptions.

Extended Data

ID
EP2
Languages
Unua - onu
Countries
Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Elizabeth Pearce
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66c2
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/EP2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/EP2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-9.706545
Longitude
150.723
Start Date
1742-10-03
End Date
1742-10-03

Description

A collection of local choir singing in English and Dobu and traditional drumming and dance singing

Extended Data

ID
IB1
Languages
Dobu - dob, English - eng
Countries
Papua New Guinea - PG
Publisher
Ian Blue
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66c3
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/IB1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/IB1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Ma'anyan narratives

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-2.221
Longitude
115.4805
Start Date
2005-06-01
End Date
2005-06-01

Description

Narratives (traditional stories, tales) in Ma'anyan

Extended Data

ID
AA4
Languages
Benyadu' - byd, Ma'anyan - mhy, Siang - sya
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Alexander Adelaar
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66c4
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AA4
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AA4
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-12.33707
Longitude
160.1955
Start Date
1977-01-01
End Date
1977-01-01

Description

200 recordings prepared for the SINM with funding from the Endangered Archives Programme

Extended Data

ID
SINM
Languages
Arosi - aia, Asumboa - aua, Babatana - baa, Bughotu - bgt, English - eng, Kiribati - gil, Kwara'ae - kwf, Laghu - lgb, Lelepa - lpa, Rennell-Bellona - mnv, Äiwoo - nfl, Gela - nlg, Pijin - pis, Vaeakau-Taumako - piv, Ririo - rri, Roviana - rug, Sikaiana - sky, Talise - tlr, Tanema - tnx, Lovono - vnk, Varisi - vrs, Multiple languages - mul, Undetermined language - und, Mono (retired) - mte, Amba (retired) - utp
Countries
Solomon Islands - SB, Vanuatu - VU
Publisher
Solomons Museum
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66c5
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SINM
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/SINM
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
24.06085
Longitude
107.123
Start Date
1995-04-10
End Date
1995-04-10

Description

Ritual texts recited in the Bama-Tianyang dialect of Northern Zhuang, Guangxi Province, China

Extended Data

ID
DH2
Languages
Zhuang, Guibian - zgn
Countries
China - CN
Publisher
David Holm
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66c6
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DH2
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/DH2
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
-11.518
Longitude
130.7775
Start Date
2012-02-11
End Date
2012-02-11

Description

Collection of recordings relating to the Traditional Tiwi language, collected between February and April 2012 in Wurrumiyanga, Bathurst Island. Recorded by Aidan Wilson.

Extended Data

ID
AW1
Languages
English - eng, Tiwi - tiw
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Aidan Wilson
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66c7
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AW1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AW1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Details

Latitude
27.9235
Longitude
85.629
Start Date
2014-01-02
End Date
2014-01-02

Description

Collection of Hyolmo songs, stories and grammer drills (language learning and conversation), recorded in Helambu Sherpa in Nepal. Originating University: Summer Institute of Linguistics

Extended Data

ID
AH1
Languages
Helambu Sherpa - scp
Countries
Nepal - NP
Publisher
Anne-Marie Hari
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
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TLCMap ID
tc66c8
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AH1
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/AH1
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Marri Ngarr and Magati Ke

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-14.242
Longitude
130.089
Start Date
1990-11-01
End Date
1990-11-01

Description

This collection contains three recordings of Magati Ke elicitations (IG3-001, IG3-002 and IG3-003) and 36 Marri Ngarr recordings (IG3-004 onwards). It also contains Field notebooks.

Extended Data

ID
IG3
Languages
Nangikurrunggurr - nam, Marti Ke - zmg, Maringarr - zmt
Countries
Australia - AU
Publisher
Ian Green
Contact
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Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
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Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66c9
Linkback
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/IG3
Source
https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/IG3
Created At
2023-11-08 15:38:33
Updated At
2023-12-11 17:48:21

Wamesa Documentation

Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-1.756993
Longitude
133.85
Start Date
2011-07-02
End Date
2011-07-02

Description

Elicitation of Wamesa (aka Wandamen, [WAD]), focusing on Windesi dialect, with some recordings of other area languages.

Extended Data

ID
EAG1
Languages
Mpur - akc, Ansus - and, Biak - bhw, English - eng, Indonesian - ind, Kuri - nbn, Pom - pmo, Malay, Papuan - pmy, Roon - rnn, Wandamen - wad, Woi - wbw, Waropen - wrp, Yawa - yva
Countries
Indonesia - ID
Publisher
Emily Gasser
Contact
admin@paradisec.org.au
License
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)
Rights
Open (subject to agreeing to PDSC access conditions)

Sources

TLCMap ID
tc66ca
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