Charles Darwin University in conjunction with the Bininj Kunwok Regional Language Centre, are pleased to offer this online course teaching the language and culture of the Bininj people.

In 2020, the unit will be offered in second semester, under the unit code IAS161 (undergraduate) or IAS549 (postgraduate)

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

Students from other institutions are welcome to enrol for cross-institutional credit. Explore CDU’s policy and procedures and find out your own university’s options.

People who work with Bininj regularly may be invited to join via special arrangement – email the course convenor

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

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