Speakers

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Speakers of ILARA

Speakers of ILARA offers filmed creations, interviews or original reports, produced by or in collaboration with speakers of these rare languages, which highlight those who practice them.

This series is one of the formats offered on the YouTube channel of ILARA Online, the virtual branch of the Institute for Linguistic Heritage and Diversity. It explores languages ​​that are little described, little studied, little spoken, or disappeared.

I Am Ta Nui, My Mother’s Island

In the first video of this series, meet Marie-Rose Ta Nui Agnie, a speaker of Pa’umotu, a Polynesian language of the Tuamotu Archipelago in the South Pacific. She is a trainer at the Te Fare Natura ecomuseum in Moorea.

I Am a Concrete Koori

In the second video of the series, we are introducing Konstantina (Kate Constantine), a Gadigal speaker and an aboriginal artist of the Eora Nation, from around Sydney, Australie.

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