ECU acknowledges the significance that language, cultural expression and cultural practice hold in sharing knowledge and defining community. These publications discuss a range of artforms, including cinema, performance, music, visual art, and poetry. ECU researchers are at the forefront of the movement to revitalise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages that are in danger of being lost.

The Emotional Business of Noongar Song

Rebuilding as Research: Noongar song, language and ways of knowing

Mayakeniny: Restoring on-Country performance: Noongar performance and language resources

Mayakeniny: Restoring on-Country performance: Noongar performance and language resources

Maya Waabiny: Mobilising song archives to nourish an endangered language

Maya Waabiny: Mobilising song archives to nourish an endangered language

Identity, language and collaboration in Indigenous music

Ever-widening circles: Consolidating and enhancing Wirlomin Noongar archival material in the community

Aboriginal Australia’s smash hit that went viral

Aboriginal Australia’s smash hit that went viral

Undermining

Undermining

Blakflip and beyond: Aboriginal performers and contemporary circus in Australia

Blakflip and beyond: Aboriginal performers and contemporary circus in Australia

A day in the park: Emerging genre for readers of Aboriginal English

A stirring of cultures: The contest for place, belonging and identity in Australia

A stirring of cultures: The contest for place, belonging and identity in Australia

Shifting representations of Aboriginality in Australian cinema : Re-presenting from an anti-colonial perspective

Shifting representations of Aboriginality in Australian cinema : Re-presenting from an anti-colonial perspective