Myfany Tuprin

Dr. Myfany Turpin is a linguist and ethnomusicologist at the University of Sydney. She has published extensively on Aboriginal song-poetry, including a number of multi-media publications. She has conducted research on Kaytetye, a language spoken in central Australia, and has written an encyclopedic dictionary and Learner’s Guide of the language, as well as scholarly articles in lexical semantics and ethnobiology. She currently holds an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship is investigating the relationship between words and music in Aboriginal song-poetry

Articles by Myfany Tuprin

Parallelism in Arandic Song-Poetry

Volume 31, Issue 2 (October, 2017)
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