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Research, records and responsibility (RRR): Ten years of the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC)

The conference celebrating ten years of PARADISEC from 2-4 December 2013 engaged musicologists, linguists, and archivists from India, Hong Kong, Poland, Canada, Alaska, Hawai’i, Australia, the UK and Russia in reflections on building records of the world’s languages and cultures. The presentations covered a wide range of topics from community-driven archive projects, the uses of archived materials in current research and community contexts, the national and international sharing of data and metadata to tools for linguistic documentation and a panel discussion of what work still remains to be done. The keynote presenters were Shubha Chaudhuri from the Archives and Research Centre for Ethnomusicology at the American Institute of Indian Studies, Gurgaon, India and Alexandre Arkhipov from Moscow State University. This conference and the PARADISEC project were made possible by grants from the Australian Research Council. We also gratefully acknowledge support from the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne, and from PARADISEC, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney

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PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2013The Ma! Project: Crowdsourcing Software for Language DocumentationBirch, Bruce; Australian National University
028.JPG.jpg2013Collaborative language documentation with networked smartphonesBird, Steven; Hanke, Florian; Lee, Haejoong; University of Melbourne
027.JPG.jpg2013Why ScriptSource makes a good hub for language documentationRaymond, Martin; SIL International
026.JPG.jpg2013Like a “Swiss knife which cuts in two directions”: On the development and use of SpeechIndexer as a documentation and teaching toolSzakos, Jozsef; Glavitsch, Ulrike; The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, CBS Dept.
025.JPG.jpg2013The RefLex project: documenting and exploring lexical resources in AfricaSegerer, Guillaume; Flavier, Sébastien
021.JPG.jpg2013Are Collections Scholarly Outputs? Re-defining Research Quality and Impact of Cultural Performative FindingsKaleva, Daniela; University of South Australia
016.JPG.jpg2013Reconstructing, Reinterpreting, and Repatriating Musical Instrument Data in Ethnomusicological ArchivesPost, Jennifer; University of Western Australia
2013Repatriating childhood: Issues in the ethical return of Venda children’s musical materials from the archival collection of John BlackingEmberly, Andrea; York University, University of Western Australia
2013KinOath Kinship Archiver Version 1.4Withers, Peter; The TLA Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
024.JPG.jpg2013New Developments in Arbil Metadata ManagerWithers, Peter; The TLA Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
023.JPG.jpg2013XML technologies in language documentation workflowsArkhipov, Alexandre; Moscow State University
2013Linguistic scholarship in the data-driven 21st centuryMusgrave, Simon; Hajek, John; Monash University, University of Melbourne
020.JPG.jpg2013Mobilising the Living Archive of Aboriginal LanguagesBow, Cathy; Charles Darwin University
019.JPG.jpg2013Using the TEI to encode manuscripts of Australian languagesThieberger, Nick; University of Melbourne
017.JPG.jpg2013WANMA: The Western Australian New Music ArchiveHope, Cat; MacKinney, Lisa; Green, Lelia; Mahoney, Tos; State Library of Western Australia
014.JPG.jpg2013The Archives and the CommunityChaudhuri, Shubha; Archives and Research Centre for Ethnomusicology, American Institute of Indian Studies
013.JPG.jpg2013The 'reach' of Digital Language Archives: towards criteria for evaluationNathan, David; Endangered Languages Archive, SOAS, University of London
012.JPG.jpg2013The corpus of Polish Sign Language (PJM): Methodology, procedures and impactRutkowski, Paweł; Łacheta, Joanna; Mostowski, Piotr; Filipczak, Joanna; Łozińska, Sylwia; Section for Sign Linguistics, University of Warsaw
011.JPG.jpg2013Towards a Nhangga hermeneutic: breathing life into written archival materialsMonaghan, Paul; University of Adelaide
010.JPG.jpg2013Language Identifying Codes: Remaining Issues, Future ProspectsMusgrave, Simon; Barwick, Linda; Walsh, Michael; Treloar, Andrew
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