OLAC Record

Title:Household Interviews
Morehead: Languages of Southern New Guinea
Contributor (researcher):Dr. Julia Colleen Miller
Contributor (speaker):Doreen Wenembu
Mary Dibod
Coverage:Papua New Guinea
Description:Household interviews. M. Dibod and D. Wenembu assisted in the interview, translating when necessary. Track listing: 01: House #001. Residents were not present. Information provided by local language consultants M. Dibod and D. Wenembu. 02: House #002. Nenép Abram (f) interviewed. 03: House #003. Srgo Daeba interviewed. 04: House #004. Mary Dibod interviewed. 05: House #005. Wendy Songa and Goi Dibod interviewed. 06: House #006. Quandro Kaeko interviewed. 07: House #007. Joyce Yokar interviewed. 08: House #009. Joyce Yokar interviewed. 09: House #010. Yunga Minong interviewed. 10: House #011. Äbe Binzawa and Kishua Sauda interviewed. 11: House #012. Idaba Idaba (Junior Idaba) interviewed. 12: House #013. Main occupants were in Daru at the time of the interview. Jonah Aimara, brother to Ansi Amara (of of the main occupants) was interviewed and M. Dibod and D. Wenembu provided the majority of the information. 13: House #014. Idaba (Bolo) Bauto and Srända Blba interviewed. 14: House #015. Binzawa (Michael) Idaba and Ebig Gabae interviewed. Keywords: household description, personal history, geneology, marriage
This project focuses on collecting multimedia documentation of multiple undescribed Papuan languages – Nen and Nambu (Morehead-Maro) and Kmntso (Tonda). Other nearby languages will have varrying degrees of description, including Idi, Nama, and Neme. All of these languages belong to an almost completely unknown family in Southern New Guinea. Based at the Australian National University in Canberra, plus collaborations with the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, and the PNG National Herbarium, the project will embed a German PhD student (Christian Döhler) in a team including a seasoned field linguist (Nick Evans) and a post-doc (Julia Colleen Miller), two Germany-based typologists (Bernard Comrie and Volker Gast) from the FAUST (Future Archive User Simulation Team), plus participation on targeted fieldtrips by ethnobiologist Chris Healey (ANU) and botanist Kipiro Damas (PNG National Herbarium, Madang). Particular foci of the documentation will be the natural world (especially ethnobotany and ethnoornithology), swidden cultivation, fire management and ethnoecology, mythology, auto-ethnography, ethnomathematics, and microvariation in language use in a situation of daily multilingualism.nichola
Interview pertaining to house #001. Residents were not present. Information provided by local language consultants M. Dibod and D. Wenembu. Keywords: household description, personal history, geneology, marriage
Interviews conducted in English with Nen or Idi translation whenever necessary.
Publisher:Professor Nicholas Evans
The Australian National University
English language
Nen language
Subject (ISO639):eng


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Citation: Doreen Wenembu (speaker); Mary Dibod (speaker); Dr. Julia Colleen Miller (researcher). 2013-09-30. Professor Nicholas Evans.
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Country: United KingdomPapua New Guinea
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