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oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI549622

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Title:Komdjelinno_20100722b_001_MT
0071-00000000 - Komdjelinno_20100722b_001_MT
A culturally informed corpus of Dalabon: descriptions of the person as a body and as kin
Contributor:Maïa Ponsonnet
Maggie Tukumba
Contributor (recorder):Maïa Ponsonnet
Contributor (speaker):Maggie Tukumba
Coverage:Australia
Date:2010-07-22
Description:MT genealogical tree, with MT nothing things down on a sheet of paper. Starts a second sheet of paper towards 25 min. MT also tells bits and pieces about her life, but mainly in Kriol.
Language_Name: Dalabon Language_Region: Oceania Language_Country: Australia Project_Status: Complete Year: 2010 Start_Date: 2010-07-10 End_Date: 2013-05-10
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MT genealogical tree, with MT nothing things down on a sheet of paper. MT also tells bits and pieces about her life, but mainly in Kriol. Information about miscarriage.
MT genealogical tree, with MP nothing things down on a sheet of paper. Starts a second sheet of paper. MP explains that it would be preferable to use the information already collected by the NLC. MT talks about her father and her own status as a djunggayi.
MT genealogical tree, with MT nothing things down on a sheet of paper. MT also tells bits and pieces about her life, but mainly in Kriol. MT tells about her three sons Ross, Ruppen and Isor. Isor passed away as a 1 yo, Ross as a grown up man. MT explained how her first son passed away, how there was not enough doctors/medications at the time. MT also lost her husband. Natasha Pamkal is MT's first son first wife, Tamara's mother. She then left Ross Tukumba and had two other children, with two different men. Clifton Pamkal with a man from Belyuen/Minmarrama, Clarissa from unidentified husband. Information about miscarriage: MT denies that it occurred before colonisation. Also the rest of the familly with her sisters' descent, Billy Yalawanga, Marianne Pamkal, Jessica Pamkal... Interesting use of Kriol lou in 6'00. Some information about kin terms, in Kriol and Dalabon, particularly towards the end (not transcribed). Very partial transcription.
MT genealogical tree, with MP nothing things down on a sheet of paper. Starts a second sheet of paper. About her sister's descent, Billy Yalawanga etc. MT's sister is names Alice Kunduburrburr (check spelling). Billy's children Ginelle, Edwin, Neron, Rishelle, Jeffet (?), Gela and Galidjan. Ginelle is married to Kamarrang Leon Lawrence, wrong marriage; her son calls MT doda, she calls him son. MP explains that it would be preferable to use the information already collected by the NLC. MT wants to keep going. MT talks about her father ?Bidjburuma? Djokkibba, Wakmarranj; her mother, Marrku. Her father uncle was Na-Kibun. She tells the story of how people came back with land-right and Rembarrnga occupied Dalabon land. How a mining company keeps asking her to mine (search?) her mother's land. MT lives on her father's land. She talks about her own status as a djunggayi. In Kriol and then in Dalabon. Use of wadda, marrmo.
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Identifier:oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI549622
IGS0125
Identifier (URI):https://lat1.lis.soas.ac.uk/ds/asv?openpath=MPI549622%23
Publisher:Maïa Ponsonnet
Australian National University
Subject:Undetermined language
Dalabon
Kriol language
Subject (ISO639):und
rop
Type:Video
Audio

OLAC Info

Archive:  Endangered Languages Archive
Description:  http://www.language-archives.org/archive/soas.ac.uk
GetRecord:  OAI-PMH request for OLAC format
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:soas.ac.uk:MPI549622
DateStamp:  2018-07-13
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Citation: Maïa Ponsonnet; Maïa Ponsonnet; Maggie Tukumba; Maggie Tukumba; Maggie Tukumba (speaker); Maïa Ponsonnet (recorder); Maïa Ponsonnet (recorder); Maggie Tukumba. 2010-07-22. Maïa Ponsonnet.
Terms: area_Pacific country_AU iso639_rop iso639_und

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Country: Australia
Area: Pacific


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