Defending the arts as ‘useful’ may have the inadvertent effect of undermining their value.
On (not) speaking Arabic.
Paying tribute to an overlooked symbol
An exploration of the linguistic differences inherent in music education.
Have Asian Australian youths in Sydney developed their own English vernacular?
Everyday language downplays and disempowers sufferers of mental illness
Moving past euphemisms for disability
Madhuraa Prakash analyses how gendered language erases agender and genderqueer identities.
Jeffrey Khoo explores our continental songlines
Like all grand narratives, the one of language is one of falling empires, warring monarchs and conquest.